Tuesday, October 21, 2014

International Yachts Visiting Savusavu

It has been a while since my last entry, time seems to have just slipped away so quickly.

This year has been one of the best for Savusavu regarding visits from International Yachts, over the months I managed to catch a few while they were at anchor at the Copra Shed Marina.

Fishing reports haven't been good over the last month or so, we have had a long liner fishing off the reef outside the Savusavu entrance, this is not good for us small time operators.

On our way back from a trip to Koro Island on Saturday we saw one of their markers out in the ocean half way between Savusavu & Koro, so they are fishing the whole area that we go to on our charters!

Since my last blog we were in a drought, we had one tank left out of three, but thankfully at the end of September we got rain so we are now back to having enough water to keep us going.  some people on Vanua Levu are still low on supplies of drinking water.

Daylight savings comes into effect early next month so it will be getting up in the dark again to get ready for charters, so had better make use of the next few weeks to catch up on sleep.

Princess with her handy work for the Diwali festival celebrations at the Copra Shed Marina.

Happy Diwali

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