Savusavu Marina Village will evolve around the Marina, the proposed site is blessed with many natural features that have made Savusavu a safe haven for yachts. The Marina is in an area with a low incident of tropical cyclones and is listed in British Admiralty chart 378 as a Hurricane Anchorage. Berthing vessels are protected by a reef almost half a mile wide, which ensure tranquil waters in most conditions. It is also a deep-water port allowing larger yachts to berth safely.
The Marina can accommodate up to 79 boats, the maximum length will be 40 metres, and the berths will have good support for yachts with electrical outlets, sewerage pump out and fresh water supply. Due to its isolation, there has been a paucity of adequate facilities for visiting yachts. The Marina will address this by providing welcome services such as a Laundromat, shower booths and sailor’s lock ups. The Sailor’s lock up has enough storage space to contain a dinghy with sleeping quarters and toilet facilities. The Marina also includes a Marina clubhouse, incorporating a café, bar and a swimming pool.
The surrounding waters around Savusavu bay offer exceptional cruising with many islands dotted around the Eastern coast of Vanua Levu up to Taveuni. Savusavu Marina is a gateway to these islands and adventurous tourists can board a charter vessel to explore the South Pacific further. The diving around Savusavu is world-renowned; a fully equipped dive centre with experienced Dive Masters is part of the Marina plan.