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 Vanuatu - General Info

Time Zone

UTC +11. Summer time UTC +12 end of September to end of March.

Electrical Supply

Voltage: 230 V

Frequency: 50 Hz

Money

Vatu (Vt) of 100 centimes. Aus$ are widely accepted and credit card transactions are done in Aus$.

Communications

SSB
See Pacific List of Radio Nets

The Namba Net for cruisers operates on SSB 6516 at 0815 local Vanuatu time for vessels cruising New Caledonia and Vanuatu. (June 2012). Please note that the Namba net only operates when there are sufficient cruisers prepared to act as net controllers. Ideally 7 people but it usually starts with 4. It starts usually sometime in June and finishes in October. The 8 meg frequency covers Vanuatu. New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands and the Louisaides.

The Vanuatu Net, operates daily at 2030UTC on 8230kHz USB daily between May and October. Run by Eric & Anne Simmons who have been travelling to Vanuatu since 1998.

International dialing code for Vanuatu is +678

Mobile Phones - There are two mobile telephone providers in Vanuatu and the reception is generally good, although to ensure reception on all islands you may need a SIM from each.

Telecom Vanuatu Ltd. (TVL) has a user friendly Smile Visitor Welcome Pack. If you already have a GSM mobile phone, you simply buy the Visitor welcome pack, put in the SIM card and start calling immediately. You don't even have to register. The card is good for 2 months which means you have to use it up in that time. You can refill the card at any "refil station" and add VT500, 1000, or more as desired.

Lini Highway Post Office
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 07:30-16:30; Sat 07:30-11:30. Public Holidays and when there is a cruise ship in port - 07:30-15:00.

Transport

Budget Car and Truck Rental
(Next to Museum opposite Parliament House)
Tel:+678 23 170 Fax:+ 678 23 13

Diplomatic Missions

Events

April/May: Land Divers of Pentecost Island

July: Ruan Cultural Festival (Our Way), Nobul, North Ambrym - first week of July, featuring initiation rites, mask dances, traditional dances and more.
July: Espiritu Santo, Big Bay Cultural Festival. For more information contact akehana@vanuatu.gov.vu.

July 17th and 18th, 2014 - Fanla Rom Dance & Black Magic Festival, Fanla Village (oldest village in Ambrym).

July 28th to 30th, 2014 - Maskelynes Canoe Race and Festival, Peskarus Village, Maskelynes, South Malekula

6th and 7th August 2013 - Nalawan Festival, Malekula. Contact Willie Isno (5366168) / Yegor Makhiboroda (5617845) for further information.

2nd and 3rd August 2014 - Port Sandwich Art and Culture Festival, Malekula Island.

18th August 2014 - Pentecost to Ambrym Yacht Race
For all boats sailing north, this is the first year this race has been run. Organised by two Chiefs, prizes are being sponsored and there will be some amazing cultural activities happening alongside.

22nd - 24th August 2013 - Back to Roots Festival - Olal Village, North Ambrym.

23 & 24 August 2014 - The Lakona Bay Kastom Festival

End of August: Toka Dance, Tanna Island.

September: Arts Festival & Island Yam Festival, Vureas Bay, SW side of Vanua Lava, Banks Group.

September 20: Rah Island Canoe Race, yachties welcome.

Port2Port Rally
Vanuatu and New Caledonia to Bundaberg, Queensland. Organised by the Bundaberg Cruising Yacht Club. End of October every year - 2012 was the 13th year. Not running in 2013.
The rally consists of cruisers from many nations, many of them circumnavigators who use the rally as a fun way to finish their Pacific crossing, with many children taking part as part of a family adventure.

Emergencies

Police Vila - Dial 22222
Police Santo - Dial 36222
Fire - Dial 22333
Ambulance - Dial 22100
Air/Sea Rescue - Dial 22371

Publications

IMRAY AND ADLARD COLES PILOT BOOKS are available at a discounted price for Noonsite.com users via World Cruising Club

NEW Vanuatu Cruising Guide 2014
Anne and Eric Simmons volunteered as photo journalists May-October 2013. Together, they sailed around the islands of Vanuatu, working on yachting tourism for the Vanuatu Tourism Office and developing a Cruising Guide to promote Vanuatu’s outer islands as a destination for cruising yachts. .
http://www.vsa.org.nz/blog/volunteer-blogs/anne-and-eric-simmons-vanuatu/

Nautical Rocket Guide to Vanuatu
This interactive program offers aerial photographic views, chart overlays, waypoints, and points of interest for all major anchorages. The 2014 version has been updated with more anchorages and routes. The cruising guide comes with a companion program, the Rocket Guide to Vanuatu - a comprehensive tourism guide to Vanuatu with all the activities and points of interest of every Vanuatu island. The electronic cruising guide works on both Windows (XP or later) and MacIntosh (10.7 or later).
The Guides can be ordered online from www.Cruising-Vanuatu.com.

South Pacific Anchorages
By Warwick Clay
Publisher: Imray,Laurie,Norie & Wilson Ltd; 2nd Revised edition edition (1 Mar 2001)
ISBN-13: 978-0852884829

The Pacific Crossing Guide
By Michael Pocock, Revised by Ros Hogbin
Publisher: Adlard Coles; 2nd edition (August 2011)
ISBN-13: 978-0713661828
See the detailed review

Vanuatu and New Caledonia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)
By Jocelyn Harewood, Tione Chinula, and Vincent Talbot
Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications; 5th Revised edition (1 July 2006)
ISBN-13: 978-1741042962
A general travel guide that includes some information specific to yachts.

British Admiralty Pacific Islands Pilot Vol ll(The Central Groups)
Published by UK Admiralty and available from Imray Publications (11th edn 2006)
ISBN : 9780707718330 (ref. NP061)
This covers the islands of the South-West Part of the Pacific Ocean including: Nouvelle-Calédonie and îles Loyauté Vanuata, Banks and Torres Islands, Santa Cruz Islands, Fiji Islands, Samoa Islands, Tuvalu, Kiribati (Gilbert and Phoenix Groups), Marshall Islands.

Vanuatu Customs: Notice of Masters of Visiting Yachts

Cruising Guide Vanuatu
Nautical Guide to the Vanuatu Islands and Anchorages

http://www.vanuatucruising.info/
Vanuatu Cruising is a resource centre for cruisers visiting or wishing to visit Vanuatu. It provides up to date news, current events and information to make cruising in Vanuatu more enjoyable. The facebook page supports the website where you will be able to find more detailed information.

Vanuatu Cruising Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/Vanuatucruising

Vanuatu Visitors Bureau

Visual Film Clips of Vanuatu Islands
Shot by Noonsite regional editor Luc Callebaut who has spent 4 years cruising Vanuatu.

Vanuatu Travel Guide

The Rocket Guide to Vanuatu
Fast and to the point.

The Vanuatu Culture Centre Website
Offers information on interacting with local communities.

Project VEO
An international charitable organisation that aims to send school books and educational materials to the schools of Vanuatu with the help of visiting yachts.

SY Wizard's Eye Trip through Vanuatu to the Solomon Islands

Update History

September 2014: Official list of Ports of Entry checked & updated
September 2014: Customs section with details of permitted length of stay for visiting yachts updated with new info. from Customs website.
July 2014: Clearance and Customs updated with information from the main Customs website.
November 2012: Information on flying into Vanuatu from Jules of SV Sirius
November 2012: Clearance information update from Jason Trautz of SY Yolo.
September 2012: Up to date Fees passed on by John Neal of SY Mahina Tiare III.
March 2012: Amendment to Nautical Rocket Guide to Vanuatu on the Publications page.
March 2012: Immigration fees updated from data sent by Anna Huggett.
June 2011: Notification of Anelcauhat now a Port of Entry from Donald Bryden.

Noonsite welcomes information and updates especially regarding clearance, customs and immigration procedures from cruisers visiting this country.

Please E-mail noonsite with any new information, updates or corrections. Even just a short email confirming that the current data is accurate would be most helpful.

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Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Sep 07, 2014 01:41 PM

Posted on behalf of Peter Wederell of Total Marine Solutions:
There’s a new boatyard being developed on Santo which should be operational early next year. It has a 60 ton travel lift and plans are to have a multihull haulout facility as well.

Val Ellis
Val Ellis says:
Sep 30, 2014 10:25 AM

Posted on behalf of Anthony Swanston of s/v/Wild Fox
Port Vila Boatyard, Efate
Just a few words about this out of the way boatyard. It was taken over by Justin, a South African, about two years ago. They offer a full range of repair and caretaker services including cyclone certified moorings. The small repair job they did for me was carried out very expertly and at reasonable cost. All the employees are long serving. I watched them haul a catamaran and they had two divers in the water to ensure that everything was OK.

Efate is not somewhere you would automatically think of when getting work done but my experience demonstrates that it is a location that should be on your list.

svpelican
svpelican says:
Oct 03, 2014 11:50 PM

Warning re unleaded fuel in Vanuatu. I recently returned from Vanuatu. In September Pacific Fuel, the supplier off most fuel in the country, managed to distribbute unleaded fuel that contained not 10% ethanol but 30%! This has resulted in damage to outboards that used it, including my tender's 8hp Mariner. Cruisers need to check their fuel before using any Pacific Fuel product. The company still distributed their faulty product rather than recalling it.

svpelican
svpelican says:
Oct 03, 2014 11:56 PM

I recommend Mele Bay as an anchorage. It is much better holding than Port Vila and has good protection from SE if you tuck into the corner near the big red racing cat mooring. Beach bar has good food & entertainment. Port Vila market is only 15 mins away y public bus at 150 vatu. Quiet anchorage without all the jet skis.

svSegue
svSegue says:
Oct 07, 2014 11:35 AM

Hi, first comments here on noonsite.

First off, I'd like to comment on just how amazing a country Vanuatu is to visit by yacht. Without exception, every encounter with the myriad of officials we all must deal with entering countries have been outstandingly friendly, accommodating, polite -- and did I mention friendly??

A few comments to be helpful. On the Vanuatu Customs Website, there is a form to fill in for advance arrival. It doesn't work. Nor do any of the phone numbers. They're having some IT issues. Use the email address: customsborder@vanuatu.gov.vu for the required advance notification of arrival.

We stayed in touch with customs on our crossing from Fiji. We requested clearance for Port Resolution as is now required. Within 30 minutes of dropping the pick down -- we were boarded and cleared into Vanuatu by two of the friendliest government officials we've ever encountered! Yes, it did cost some extra money to clear-in to port resolution -- as opposed to Lenaki on the other side of the island -- but after experiencing the experience of traversing the two ports in the back of a 4x4, it's worth the expense!

Some other notes about Tamna. There are NO ATMs that will work with foreign cards. Full stop. None. You MAY be able to find OEM guest-house or other business on the other side of the island in Lenakel that MAY have enough cash in they're 'till to help you out, but DON'T count on it. Of coming from Fiji, go to the airport with your passport, and, most important, your customs paperwork -- and you can exchange whatever dollars you might have for Vanuatu Vatu. Clearing in at port resolution will cost v$10,000 ($100.00). Bring lots more V$ with you as everything will cost money. Going up the volcano, visiting custom villages, etc., all require vatu$. And every penny spent is worth it!

... More coming ...

svSegue
svSegue says:
Oct 07, 2014 11:44 AM

Regarding bringing crew into Vanuatu. This is NO PROBLEM. We read here that bonds might be payable equal to a flight home. Or that a return ticket was required. This is simply not the case. The process is very simple. Provide a letter to immigration in Port Vila stating that "John doe" is joining your yacht, and will be arriving on flight <insert flight details>, etc... Along with a copy of the crew's passport. Bring this to the immigration office in Port Vila and Vatu$6,000 ($60.00) and you're set. Dead easy. And the immigration folks are amazingly easy to work with. Love this country!

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Oct 07, 2014 01:29 PM

The Vanuatu Customs website is now working perfectly and all forms are available to download.

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