PLANNING an Island wedding, no problem, SeaFiji Fast Boat Transfer Service will get you to your island destination in record time

PLANNING an Island wedding, no problem, SeaFiji Fast Boat Transfer Service will get you to your island destination in record time. SeaFiji operates 24/7 on demand so your schedule is our schedule.

Just say yes, to an Island wedding

Flight changes, no problem, no need to rush to meet the last ferry or miss your flight, SeaFiji operates day and night, so you go direct to your destination with no need for pre or post accommodation. That means you can spend all your time on the island with Seafiji Fast Boat Transfer.

Luggage, as much or as little as you want at no extra cost, no problem!

SeaFiji has no restriction on luggage so you and your luggage will get there.

For group bookings, our fleet can move 100 passengers in an instance.

If your wedding party arrives on different flights, no problem, our meet and greet service and the Nadi Airport Courtesy Lounge awaits your arrival.

When you book with SeaFiji, you get all the extras included, at no extra cost.

PLANNING an Island wedding, no problem, SeaFiji Fast Boat Transfer Service will get you to your island destination in record time
PLANNING an Island wedding, no problem, SeaFiji Fast Boat Transfer Service will get you to your island destination in record time

Had enough of airports?

Make your way to Port Denarau Marina and enjoy the shopping complex commercial centre.  SeaFiji will store your luggage while you enjoy a drink or grab some supplies from the local stores while you wait for your group to arrive.

When you’re ready, a quick SeaFiji safety briefing and our porters will transfer your luggage to the vessel and if you are looking for something to do, no problem!

SeaFiji has got you covered when it comes to day-trips, including Fiji’s best value Jet Ski Safari and island-hops. SeaFiji Direct to MalaMala includes transfers, food and drinks at unbeatable value.

SeaFiji have never missed a flight. We got you covered.

Keep calm and let SeaFiji handle it.

FIJI TIMES
Friday, March 18, 2016