If you’re wondering what happened to Nai’a following her drydock accident in February 2010, you’ll be glad to hear that her cruises have been seamlessly taken over by MV Lycianda with great success since then.
The renowned Nai’a liveaboard is scheduled to return in all her glory by May and is already fully booked until July. Best to book your spot right away to cruise the best Koro Sea diving in Bligh Water which includes Wakaya, Nigali Passage and Gau Islands.
Nai’a‘s sturdy Dutch steel structure and effective fire prevention measures helped her escape serious damage at the time of the explosion. Taking advantage of this opportunity, the owners have re-designed the interior to accommodate double beds that easily convert to singles, as well as upgrading the finishes and facilities to the most modern options available.
The Nai’a is one of Fiji’s flagship liveaboards known for the most competent, professional and friendliest crew in the market. Nai’a specialises in top-drawer Fiji diving through liveaboard safaris, and also schedules trips to experience the humpback whales of Tonga.