Viti Levu

We’re in Musket Cove! Such a famous watering hole and it lives up to expectation. The resort is yachtie friendly, a rare treat! There is also a yacht club and we are on a mooring just outside the resort and allowed to use the swimming pools, beach and all its facilities. The kids are ecstatic and a few days of fun and relaxation are well deserved.

It took us a three days to sail all the way from Naigani island on the north-east side of the main island (Viti Levu) to the west side. We weaved our way through the numerous reefs and enjoyed some flat water sailing. Heavenly.

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Sailing along the north-side of Viti Levu, weaving our way through the reefs

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Anchored for the night in Vitogo bay, Viti Levu

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Back to school!

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Wahoo for dinner! Yum!

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After three failed attempts, I got the bread making process right! It takes practice…

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Rehua’s tropical fruit basket

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Happy locals

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As we get more west, beautiful sandy islands start appearing everywhere…

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…some are exclusive island resorts

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approaching Malololailai island

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Musket cove, Malololailai island

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Kids can’t get enough of the pool …

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4 thoughts on “Viti Levu

    • Hello Delviento! We hope to catch up with you too! Enjoy the Scuba lessons girls! Our boys also did some Opti sailing in Savusavu. We are in Denerau at the moment to pick up a replacement solar panel and then heading to another anchorage for a few days. Thinking of departing for Vanuatu end of next week …

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