Vuda point marina is a unique commercial marina complex, operating as a hub for yachtsmen and yachtswomen traveling to the South Pacific during the southern hemisphere winter. It is conveniently located at Vuda Point (arrival place of the first indigenous Fijians), which is situated on the western end of Viti Levu (Fiji's largest island) between Nadi International Airport (15mins by car) and Lautoka city (main point of entry).
The marina is a great place to be based year round. Its crossroads location and close proximity to key areas on the mainland and offshore islands is unique in Fiji. The marina also offers a unique convenience for those wishing to explore the Mamanuca and Yasawa islands (Fijis premiere resort locations and beautiful chain of islands ) situated just off-shore and within eye view.
Accessible through a reef channel 25 metres wide, the marina entrance is marked with beacons and green leading lights and is easily arrived at by approaching the highly visable British Petroleum storage tanks from the south west.
Cruising Lau waters
Finally after decades of campaigning the Fiji cruising fraternity is proud to announce that cruising to Lau is now open to everyone.
As per new regulations there are now no fee's for this. Permits to sail there along with the usual Cruising Permit can be had from any e'Taukei Affairs office in either Suva or Lautoka.