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Partnership with Experts

Partnerships with individual experts and credible organizations are crucial. NAI'A teammates include several post grad marine science students from universities in Fiji, Australia and the USA as well as respected professionals such as Conservation International biologist, Dr Gregory Stone, and research biologist, Dr Norman Quinn. We have hosted special research diving trips in conjunction with The University of the South Pacific, New England Aquarium, the South Pacific Humpback Whale Project, the Wilderness Conservation Society and the World Wildlife Fund. Equally important are the long-term relationships we have with government departments in Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu and Kiribati.

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Eco-tourism and NAI'A

Eco-tourism and NAI'A

Scuba divers on NAI’A are excellent citizen scientists contributing to coral reef monitoring and marine baseline studies in Fiji and whale identification in Tonga.

Protection of the Phoenix Islands

Protection of the Phoenix Islands

The remarkable diving in the Phoenix Islands World Heritage Site was first discovered by NAI’A in 1997. The ship has made the 2,000-mile expedition ten times.

Participation by Passengers

Participation by Passengers

NAI’A passengers often participate in marine eco-tourism projects using their skill and experience to contribute to science and enhance their own experience.

Presentation of Knowledge

Presentation of Knowledge

Having learned from guest scientists, NAI’A crew present the knowledge to our guests to add value to the scuba diving experience in Fiji or whales in Tonga.

“Thanks for team of NAI’A ship!!! For the best time what I spent in Tonga whale watching trip. ”

Damir, Kazakhstan. 12 years old

~ Damir, Kazakhstan. 12 years old