So sad to hear 😞 it was a beautiful boat . But great to hear everyone is okay
We are very sad to announce that during her current cruise Fiji Siren has been lost and we are currently conducting a full and thorough investigation.
Most imp...ortantly, all guest and crew are safe and well with arrangements being made for our guests to begin their journey home. No guest or crew member was injured during this incident and we commend the actions of our team for following our stringent emergency training protocols which resulted in the swift evacuation and handling of the situation.
As our loyal, repeat customers know, Worldwide Dive and Sail and the Fiji Siren, customer and crew safety is our highest priority. We have consistently refined our safety standards and procedures to deal with any emergency situation and it is a testament to these high standards, that include weekly emergency training, drills and on board state of the art safety equipment, that this unfortunate event was managed so well.
The team at Worldwide Dive and Sail are already looking at options for customers currently booked with the Fiji Siren. If you are due to travel aboard the Fiji Siren our team will be contacting you shortly. We would be very grateful for your patience as we are prioritising immediate upcoming trips. However, if you have urgent questions about your booking then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your support and understanding and remain grateful that this situation was not of a more serious nature.
A fond farewell to the United Boeing 747
United is celebrating the retirement of our iconic Boeing 747 on Tuesday, November 7. Her farewell flight from San Francisco to Honolulu on flight UA747 will be the same route as her first. Since her induction into our fleet 47 years ago, the Boeing 747, known lovingly as the Queen of the Skies, has been one of our most recognizable aircraft, with her unique upper deck. Over the years, she’s earned a considerable fan base and won the hearts of aviation enthusiasts and employees worldwide.
Before she flies into the sunset next month, join us as we pay homage to the Queen of the Skies after 47 years of service with United by sharing your 747 memories with the hashtag #UA747Farewell.
Ra Divers, the on-site dive operation at Volivoli Beach Resort, has announced a new addition to the fleet of dive vessels – the Volivoli Cat.
The three Darling boys owner operators of Ra Diver, Volivoli Beach Resort have decided to go to a Hydrofoil Catamaran Hull for the new addition to their dive boat fleet. They believe the catamaran will offer divers more stability at rest and under power, also offering the added benefit of more room on the dive deck.
Named the “ Volivo...li Cat” the vessel will be surveyed for 24 passengers meaning groups of 18 Divers plus crew can comfortably enjoy a fast and smooth ride to the dive sites daily. The boys are expecting to take delivery of this brand new custom built dive boat in December 2017. The Darling family are also partners in the ownership of the Fiji Siren – making Volivoli Beach Resort the only resort in Fiji to offer both a land based and live-aboard experience to their divers
10.9m LOA (Length Overall)
75BOA Breadth Overall)
Head on forward Port Side
twin 300 Suzuki engines
Twin side doors for easy giant stride entry
Single centre ladder
Hull Is a Noah Thompson Hydrofoil Design
Name: Volivoli Cat
Join us at DEMA Show 2017 and find out what’s new in the industry (insert link here).
It's coming! We'll be at DEMA Show 2017—will you?
Stop by and say hi!! Booth 1045