Island Dancer II Liveaboard

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Island Dancer II is an intimate yacht for ten discerning passengers, who enjoy cruising in smaller groups. It offers carefully crafted scuba diving itineraries around Fiji.

Special attention has been given to providing a unique diving holiday experience. The Yacht copies the Dancer Fleet® standards, services, facilities and safety which are well-known as the best among these kinds of cruising.

Every guest cabin has private en-suite facilities and all indoor spaces are equipped with air conditioning. We have a beautiful lounge, just to relax or watch a movie and there is also an ample room available to guests to watch their own videos or just check out the photos they’ve made. During the surface intervals you can enjoy your book on main deck.

Fiji Warm Welcome

Fiji is a breathtaking destination and it’s easily assessable with direct and regular flights from many cities around the world. Make sure you check it out on your diving list.

The cruise is seven days long and guests will set off the cruise in Suva and explore the Nigali Pass walls and sea mounts, Wakaya and Koro coral reefs. They will also get to meet Namenalala Island, which is one of the South Pacific’s most diversified reef ecosystems. It leaves breathless all our guests, with the diversity of corals, both hard and soft, along with prolific and blossoming marine life, no matter how experience in scuba diving they are. Underwater Adventures around The Fiji Islands are known as the Soft Coral Capital of the Pacific loaded with a variety of fish, nudibranchs and other sea creatures. We also offer a beautiful drift dive along the top of the deeper reef on route. Turtles, Mantas and Eagle Rays abound. During the winter months a good place to spot whales, sharks and other big groupers.

We have also arranged a stop at one local Fijian village and our guests will take part in warrior dance and Kava ceremony. They will all be required to wear sulu, a traditional wrap, but don’t worry if you don’t have one – we will provide it for you!

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