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ParrotheadDiver
02-08-2008, 11:07
the whole boat has been chartered....and it is going to be a great time:smiley20:


Fiji Nai'a Spots open - June 2008 - ScubaBoard (http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/travel-group-trips-cruises-dive-trips/220004-fiji-nai-spots-open-june-2008-a.html)

sparky
05-10-2008, 15:03
Now it is only half a cabin left, and it should probably be another male to fill the empty space because my wife won't be happy if I have to share the cabin with a female.

ParrotheadDiver
05-13-2008, 07:57
ya think...:smiley36: glad you going with us....it should be a fun trip....there are several of us that went on the T&C Aggressor last year on this trip and that was a great trip.....34 days til' wheels up:smiley20:

CompuDude
05-13-2008, 14:31
You're killing me.

Sadly, I seem to have misplaced my $2800, else I'd totally be there. ;)

mwhities
05-13-2008, 14:42
I just spent 2800.00 on a week vacation with my family to Cozumel. Maybe next time. :)

mrbheagney
08-31-2008, 20:27
Does this boat have valid license for the provision of diving and Whale Watching in Tongan waters.

ParrotheadDiver
09-01-2008, 09:55
Does this boat have valid license for the provision of diving and Whale Watching in Tongan waters.

uh..this is kind of an old thread....maybe you should contact them and ask :smiley2:NAI'A Liveaboard Scuba Diving (http://www.naia.com.fj/booking/index.html)

this is a very well run ship and they have been doing this for years...so I am sure everything is in order:smiley20:

btw it is only whale watching/swimmimg not diving with them.... Humpback Whale Watching in Tonga - NAI'A Liveaboard (http://www.naia.com.fj/tonga/index.html)

mrbheagney
09-02-2008, 19:04
It is illegal to actually dive with the Whales in Tonga. I have just heard reports that they are not licensed for Whale Watching or Diving in Tongan waters. I will ask them direct, thanks for the link.

mrbheagney
09-04-2008, 19:32
Here was their response.

Bula Brian,

When are you looking to come? Our charters are very full next year already so if you would like to join us you will need to make your reservation soon. Where will you be coming from?

Why do you need a copy of our licenses?


Questions, questions. Is it not the right of a consumer to see the valid licenses of a vessel they intend to conduct paid activities upon.

ParrotheadDiver
09-04-2008, 20:19
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Questions, questions. Is it not the right of a consumer to see the valid licenses of a vessel they intend to conduct paid activities upon.
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I don't know...have you ever ask the same question of other liveaboard operators?? if so what was there response??

If you are that interested maybe you should call them :smiley5: