Mike Ratunamasa, NAI'A first and longest serving employee, passed away
NAI'A's Blog: The Divemasters' Diary - NAI'A News
Massive coral bleaching events and destructive storms are devastating coral reefs more often as the ocean warms. The stunning and crucial reefs we have long taken for granted are under increasing threat.
Cat Holloway joined the NAI'A team for the first full charter following Cyclone Winston to survey both our well-known divesites and those nearby.
Now the Big Dawgs have arrived. The Fiji Government and the major aid agencies are fully up to speed and the recovery effort is well in hand.
NAI'A departed Lautoka Tuesday night absolutely stuffed to the gills with food, supplies and building material that was donated by businesses and individuals in Fiji or purchased with cash donations from overseas.
What happened under the water? Are the dive sites devastated? Is NAI’A still the coral reef diving trip of a lifetime?
This is a book not only for those interested in adventure in the ocean, Polynesian life, marine biology, sailing and diving but also those who aspire to escape a humdrum life and become a pirate!
Here are my first aerial shots of NAI'A in Fiji. At this year's DEMA show all the old pros who came by our booth were talking about drones, so I went out an bought one on my last day in Las Vegas.
We just found this wonderful new way of looking at the weather, both present and future.
The wind is finally dropping over Fiji as Severe Cyclone Evan moves away to the south. NAI'A survived the night unscathed in her safe hurricane hole and our office and homes in Pacific Harbour are okay.
TC Evan Update
Severe Cyclone Evan strikes Fiji
Video Highlights by video pro Nick Hope of Bubblevision
Winner of free NAI'A charter in DAN contest
Dr. Greg Stone discusses the Phoenix Islands
“After 60 years of diving all over the world, Fiji still surprises and intrigues me. Fiji is a destination uniquely safe and easy to reach yet it is the colour of our dreams.”
~ Stan Waterman, pioneering diver and filmmaker