Frequently Asked Questions

When do we depart?

Departure is at 10:00 am from Port Denarau. Boarding begins at 9:50 am.

When do we return?

The “Whale’s Tale“ shall return to Port Denarau approx. 17:00 hrs. During the return sail the guests can enjoy entertainment and drinks on board.

What food and drinks will be included?

A continental champagne breakfast will be available from 9:50 am. This will include fresh-baked scones, danish, toast, fresh fruits together with champagne, a selection of fruit juices, coffee, tea, and milk.

The lunch will include chicken, fish, roast beef, and sausages along with cole slaw, potato & tossed green salad with a selection of salad dressings along with fresh bread & butter. Dessert will include a selection of fresh local fruits. (note: all meals are freshly prepared by your own onboard chef).

Soft drinks, Fiji bitter, Fiji gold & wine, coffee, tea, milk & fruit juices will be available during the entire day free of charge.

Do you do anything special for birthdays and other special occasions?

If you or your client is celebrating a birthday, honeymoon, anniversary or any other special occasion our onboard chef will bake you a special cake and our crew will present you with a complimentary “whale’s tale” sulu. (please advise us of the special occasion when your booking is made).

How many days a week do you operate ?

We operate 7 days a week.

How much does this experience cost?

The fare: Nadi & Denarau area hotel/resorts = f$229.00per adult.
Sonaisali & Coral Coast hotel/resorts = f$229.00 per adult.

Children: 5-10 years = $119.00
Juniors: 11-16 years = $169.00
Infants under 5 years = free of charge

Return ground transfer is included in the above rates.

Do you provide ground transfers ?

Yes, We provide ground transfers from Nadi & Denarau area, Sonaisali & Coral Coast hotel/resorts all included in the base booking fee.

What is the route of the trip?

Guests shall visit your own private & exclusive uninhabited “schooner” island paradise and sail/cruise by 4 additional islands (non-stop) namely malamala island, south sea island, bounty & treasure island in the mamanutha group. This is the only one day sail/cruise offering this 4 island spectacular sightseeing.

You mentioned snorkeling. Will equipment be provided?

Mask, snorkel and fins will be provided free of charge.


  1. Hello, there are six of us coming over in October and this sounds like a lovely outing for us. Just wondering though how we get to shore from the boat as we are in our 60’s and I have little trouble getting in and out of boats! LOL cheers Louise

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