Tonga, Fiji & Vanuatu Webinar

8th April 2021

19:00 HRS UTC

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Join us on our next live webinar as we continue along the Oyster World Rally route into the remote islands of Tonga, Fiji and Vanuatu. This live webinar will cover:

  • The passage from French Polynesia to the Vava'u group in Tonga
  • Our 5 top tips for safe coral reef navigation
  • Oyster World Rally insights on each of the islands' cruising grounds
  • Q & A session with our Oyster World Rally team

As always, our expert team will be online to answer any questions you have about Tonga, Fiji and Vanuatu or the Oyster World Rally itself. Join us Thursday 08 April at 19:00 UTC as we explore these spectacular islands by registering using the link below: 

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Tonga, officially the Kingdom of Tonga (Tongan: Pule’ anga Fakatu’ i’ o Tonga), is a Polynesian sovereign state and archipelago located in the South Pacific Ocean, comprising 169 islands, 36 of which are inhabited. The Kingdom of Tonga stretches over approx. 800km.

Vava’u is the northern group of the Tongan Islands and with its safe anchorages and secluded coves it offers one of the world’s finest cruising areas. This group of islands is a place of brilliant colours, blue lagoons, fine white coral sand beaches and lush green coconut plantations.

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The Republic of Fiji is a multicultural island nation with cultural traditions of Oceanic, European, South Asian, and East Asian origins. Set in the tropical South Pacific, Fiji comprises an archipelago of 333 islands of which 110 are permanently inhabited, and more than 500 islets amounting to a total land area of circa. 18,300 km squared.

The majority of Fiji’s islands were formed through volcanic activity around 150 million years ago and are arguably the essence of a tropical island paradise. White sandy beaches, swaying coconut trees, pristine waters and a range of exciting activities that will appeal to the most discerning traveller.

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Vanuatu is an island archipelago consisting of approx. 80 islands (of which 65 are inhabited) that stretch 1,300km.

With a population of approx. 272,000, Vanuatu boasts 113 distinct languages and innumerable dialects. This makes it one of the most culturally diverse countries on Earth. This amazing diversity is a result of 3,000 years of sporadic immigration from many Pacific countries.