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Location

Savusavu is a Port of Entry on the south east coast of the  large northern island of Vanua Levu, 125nm NNE of the capital Suva.

Most yachts from Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu & Wallis-Futuna sail directly to Savasavu as it is well located for clearance for yachts wishing to cruise in the east of the archipelago and to Lau after clearance.

As one of Fiji's clearance ports, this town has worked very hard to make clearance here friendly, simple and straightforward. It is an attractive and friendly small tourist town which allows visitors to experience the traditional Fijian way of life. Between 230 and 400 boats clear in here every season.

The town is located on the shore of Nakama Creek, which is considered a cyclone refuge and normally 100% occupancy during the cyclone season. The attraction of spending cyclone season here, is that there are many beautiful anchorages just a short sail away (Cousteau Resort, Lomaiviti Islands), within running distance back to safety should the weather start deteriorating.

Savusavu has however been starved of a good marina, dry dock or haul-out facility. But this will change when the Nawi Island Resort and Marina opens in late 2017.

Security: In the past the town has suffered periods of crime against cruising boats (attempted break-ins, stolen dinghies etc.). See reports adjacent. Cruisers should be vigilant and take due normal care, avoid putting temptation in view and employ normal security on their vessel and ashore, as they would anywhere in the world.

Savusavu Cruising Guide
http://cruisingsavusavu.blogspot.com

Useful map and directory of services for yachts put together by cruisers.

Interesting varying comments from cruisers who have spent some time in Savusavu can be found at this noonsite report and at the bottom of the page.

Position 16°45'59.85"S, 179°18'35.80"E

Clearance

Refer to the main Fiji Formalities page for detailed clearance information including prior notification before arrival.

On arrival, and before entering the creek, yachts should first hail the Port Authority on VHF Channel 16. It is unlikely you will get an answer, so then proceed to contact either the Copra Shed Marina or Waitui Marina on Channel 16 (they are the only two operations who undertake International Clearance whether you are using their respective facilities or anchoring out).

Do not enter the creek until advised. You can anchor between the commercial wharf and the red markers on the reef off Nakama creek entrance while you wait. Or you will be told to pick up one of the quarantine mooring balls near the entrance. The marinas will call all the relevant officials and arrange for them to be brought to your yacht.

Important: Yachts are not permitted to anchor anywhere in Fiji waters before checking into a Clearance Port, and the rules state that you MUST check-in the day of your arrival. Cruisers warn of substantial fines.

Cruisers arriving here on a Sunday have reported that the authorities forced them to clear in the same day and pay the appropriate overtime fees. Bear in mind that clearance on weekends and holidays have much higher charges so time your arrival accordingly if possible.

Boats are visited first by a Health Officer then followed by Customs and Immigration, Quarantine and Bio Security. The Copra Shed Marina or Waitui Marina will use their chase boats and staff to forward officials back and forth - both charge approx. FI$15.00 for this service.

Note: If you are clearing-in via Copra Shed Marina and not planning to stay on one of their mooring balls for the night, make this clear whilst on the quarantine mooring buoy as the short (3 hr) stay on their ball will cost you a full 24 hr stay at approximately FI$17.

The I’Taukei Cruising Permits which include Lau are issued free of charge (see Documents for more details), but there are administrative charges ($5.00 to $10.00) from the three marinas for obtaining these permits from Suva if you don't want to go yourself.

Last updated April 2017.

Docking

Nakama Creek is deep water, but the various marinas and representatives of several cruising associations rent moorings here. There are currently between 50 - 60 moorings for rent.

A new 40 meter [130 feet] channel is being dug into the creek to facilitate the new resort being built on Nawi Island on the opposite shore, for access to their proposed marina which will be dug out of wetland reef and mangroves of the island. This has meant that several moorings have been removed and some relocated.

Currently only two of the marinas have alongside berthing. The new 150 slip Nawi Marina is due to open in late 2017.

Marinas

When entering the creek, the first marina on the right is Waitui Marina (see photo taken from their facebook page); the next marina on the right is Copra Shed; next is Curly and finally Savusavu Marina.

All marina hours are from 0800/0830 to 1700. It is recommended that you contact the marinas in advance by e-mail to find out availability prior to arrival.

Note for alongside berthing, cruisers have reported a problem here with rats and invasive birds, so it is advisable to take the necessary precautions.

Visitor Moorings

Moorings are all coloured according to the owners - make sure you pay your mooring fees to the correct owner! Waitui Marina has 20 orange Helix moorings, Curly has 7 yellow cyclone moorings and Copra Shed's moorings are white.

The creek is an internationally recognised cyclone hole, however, moorings have been known to fail. Be sure to double check the strength of your mooring before leaving your boat unattended.

Note: The Savusavu Marina is located to the east of the mooring field. Access through the reefs to Savusavu Marina’s mooring field is a challenge for first-timers. It is advisable to call Savusavu Marina on VHF 16 for their boatman escort.

Getting Ashore

All yachts are welcome to use the Copra Shed Marina dinghy pontoon as a means of access to the business premises within the Copra Shed building. Those who are not on a Copra Shed mooring and who wish to use the dinghy pontoon solely as a means of getting into town or to do personal errands outside of the Copra Shed building, are required to pay a fee of $1.00 per day.

Waitui and Savusavu Marina do not charge for the use of their dinghy docks.

Curly’s shore access is via Surf and Turf Restaurant / Waterfront Buildings large pontoon which is free to all cruisers.

Note on speed limits: Be aware that there are resident sailors living on their boats in the harbour and cruisers need to be aware that there is a 5 knot speed limit and it is a no wake zone.

For information on yacht security here, see Curly's blog http://curlycarswell.blogspot.com.es/p/anti-crime.html

Cruising Locally

A short distance from the bay, yachts can anchor off Cousteau Resort, a convenient little spot where one can snorkel and do night diving off the point, and close enough to run back for shelter from cyclones. Also, a little further on and also within reach of a safe return, are the islands of Lomaiviti which includes the world renowned dive sites of Namena Reef.

Last updated April 2017.

Copra Shed Marina
Location 16°46'40.29"S, 179°19'59.50"E ,
P.O. Box 262, Savusavu , Fiji Islands
Tel:(679) 885 0457 Fax:(679) 850 344 ,VHF Channel 16 & 17
Full service marina with 28 alongside berths (a few for larger boats) and 20 (white) moorings. Fuel, laundry, restaurants, bar, chandlery, dive shop, internet cafe, travel agency and apartments. Dolly Singh is still the friendly and helpful manager. Help with clearance. Dinghy dock free for marina berth holders, charge for outside use.
Curly
The House Boat , Nakama Creek , Savusavu, Fiji Islands
Tel:Cell (679) 868 0878
Curly has cyclone moorings (yellow) - long term rental only. Curly also runs the cruiser's net every morning - 0800 hours Monday-Saturday VHF Chanel 68. Offers weekly Nav/Cruising Seminars. Is the Island Cruising Association Port Captain.
Nawi Island Marina
Tel:+679 777 6669 / +679 772 6575
New Marina, Dry Dock and Haulout Facility (75 ton travelift) as part of a resort on Nawi Island, adjacent to Savusavu town, planned opening 2017. 150 slips planned (10-60m) with power and water to all berths. Fuel berth, pump out, ferry/taxi pontoon, Cafe/Bar, mini-market with chandlery. Ten minutes from Savusavu airport.
Savusavu Marina and Boatyard
PO Box 186 , Eastern Nakama Creek , Savusavu, Fiji Islands
Tel:+(679) 8853 543 / 9005 003 Fax:(679) 8853 422
Small marina with space for approx. 8 alongside berths and 20 screw moorings. Power and water on the dock plus 1 shower and toilet, laundry, small kitchen with freezer, garbage disposal, vet. Free dinghy dock. There is 4m at the dock at LW. See note above about approach to the marina through the mooring field.
The marina has a fully equipped workshop and boatyard plus Curly’s haulout for smaller catamarans.
Short dinghy ride or inexpensive taxi ride to town, or about a 10 min. walk.
Waitui Kelekele Marina
Location 16°46'43.08"S, 179°19'49.74"E ,
P.O. Box 465, Savusavu , Fiji
Tel:(679) 835 3913 ,VHF Channel 16 - Good radio
Located in Nakama Creek, Sauvsavu Bay. Assistance with Government Clearances, including transport of government officials to your vessel.
No alongside berths but has 23 Helix moorings (orange) with 3 meters of 19mm studded ship chain at the bottom (available for short or long term stay). Facilities include 1 hot shower, 3 toilets, laundry, free garbage disposal, day use of deep freeze, free water, dive shop, restaurant, cruiser-friendly bar, book exchange, butcher, DHL Express Agent. Help with filling of gas bottles and charging of electrical appliances. Free dinghy dock.

Yacht Clubs

Savusavu Yacht Club is located in the Copra Shed complex. They offer cruisers a free 90 day membership. There is a bar and TV and a great youth sailing team.

Noah D.
Noah D. says:
Jun 30, 2017 03:24 PM

NAVIGATION HAZARD
Reported by Ted Simper - 30 June 2017

The yacht Kia Ora sank near Nasonisoni pass in Fiji. The mast is partially exposed a low water and the wreck is a hazard to navigation. Fortunately it is out of the main pass area. It is located at 16 56.21S 178 59.049E.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Oct 25, 2016 03:05 PM

NAVIGATION HAZARD
Reported by Roger Jones - 30 September, 2016

Savusavu update. There is a sunken boat near the entrance to the mooring field – a casualty of hurricane Wilson. It will be on your left just as you pass into the area. It is visible at low tide but not at high tide. Favour the right side as you enter.
Based on where my charted track goes crazy, my best guess is it is near S 16 46.661 E 179 19.731. Apparently they have tried to mark it with a bottle on a rope.

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