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So long and thanks for all the fish

Destination: Bligh Waters & Koro Sea
Trip Date: Jul 7th - Jul 14th, 2012 - Comments
Author: Erwin
Welcome Back: Bruce & Allen Warner

We had just had a nice long break in eastern Fiji, surfing, reading books, diving and relaxing, and although we had a wonderful time, it was great to get back on the Nai’a and get back to work.

The group we had aboard this week was a mix of Americans from Texas, California, Jersey and Michigan, and a french man.  Some had been to Fiji before and some hadn’t so it was a good mix of people to be around.

Somo Somo Village By Josiah

Somo Somo Village By Josiah

Somo Somo Village by Josiah

Somo Somo Village by Josiah

Bring it on!  By Eileen

Bring it on! By Eileen

Cleaner by Jim

Cleaner by Jim

Clingfish by Jim

Clingfish by Jim

Nigali Passage by Jim

Nigali Passage by Jim

Randals Salifin Goby by Jim

Randals Salifin Goby by Jim

Brown & Marla predive

Brown & Marla predive

The weather was a little windy but the diving - as always - was great!  It was nice to remind ourselves just how healthy the reefs here are and to see all our regular sites with fresh eyes.

The trip started off with a bang with Joe finding a little frogfish on Mellow Yellow!

Nigali was again a highlight.  Many of the divers were well impressed by our large resident groupers.  We must get around to naming them one day..

The night diving was particularly good this week.  It’s getting darker a little earlier too now because of the winter months meaning that we can get two night dives in to our five dive schedule.  Works for me!

I was the lucky one this week, along with Jim.  We got the Hammerhead sighting in Wakaya this time around.  Made my day, that did.

Not long now and we’re off to Tonga!

Our Guests...

Patrice
Patrice
Tom
Tom
Alex
Alex
Marla
Marla
Wayne
Wayne
Brown
Brown
Jim
Jim
Josiah
Josiah
Jeremy
Jeremy
Ann
Ann
Allen
Allen
Ellen
Ellen
Bruce
Bruce
Eileen
Eileen
Stephen
Stephen
By Josiah
By Josiah
By Josiah
By Josiah

Comments

“Lomaiviti is nationally significant for its important role in reseeding Fiji’s reefs and providing fish refuges.”

Dr. David Obura, Cordio and WWF Marine Biologist

~ Dr. David Obura, Cordio and WWF Marine Biologist