FIJI

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FIJI

PORTS OF ENTRY

Viti Levu
POE
Vuda Point Marina
POE
Suva RFYC
POE Lautoka

POEPort Denarau

Lau Group
POEFulaga (Vulaga) only via agent

Vanua Levu
POE Savusavu

Ovalau
POE Levuka

Rotuma
POE Oinafa

ENTRY EXIT REQUIREMENTS

DOCUMENTATION
Passport Valid for at least _ months; requires one blank page
Boat Documentation Coast Guard Doc (Original)
Insurance
Crewlist Required at checkin/out
Zarpe Required at checkin/out
Fishing License
Official Procedures
Official Country Visa
Immigration Visa
Required Permits
Upon Arrival Visit: Immigration; Customs; Port Captain/Authority
Upon Departure Visit: Immigration; Customs; Port Captain
Total Entry & Exit Fees:
Notes:
Recommended Agent: Other: Required Vaccinations None Pets Currency:FIJI DOLLAR

WEATHER

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SEVERE WEATHER

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FIJI Covid Entry Rules from Yacht Help Fiji

 

Fijiโ€™s COVID Entry Rules known as the Blue Lane initiative, allows yachtsย  to enter Fiji.

The basic principles of the Blue Lane initiative are below:-

  • Crew and Guests require Covid tests prior to departure for Fiji.
  • 2 weeks quarantineย at anchor minus uninterruptedย passage time.
  • Crew canย fly in on a case by caseย basis and require 2 weeks hotel quarantine.
  • Owners/guests can fly in on private or commercial aircraft.
  • Owners/guests can board their yachts directly from the airport.
  • The yacht can cruise in a quarantineย state, with owners and guests anywhere in Fiji.
  • Owners/guests cruising in quarantine canโ€™t have any contactย with the local population for the first 2 weeks.
  • Watersports and beach visits are all permissible.
  • Yachts cruising in quarantine are required to hire a shadow boat with an official from the Navy onboard to ensure that none of the local population approach the yacht.

Fiji has lots of uninhabitedย islands and beaches. So far captains, owners and guests have commented that the cruise went off as normal and the shadow boat was completely unobtrusive.

View the article โ€œCruising in The Time of Covid, Fiji Styleโ€ for more details andย captains perspective.

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National Emergency Numbers

910 Fire Emergency Temporary Allocation
911 Emergency
913 FEA Emergency
915 Reserved for National Disaster
917 Police Emergency Service
919 Crime Stoppers Help Line

The Authority is responsible for the oversight of all national emergency numbers and emergency communications services.

(2) A provider of voice telecommunications services must provide access to emergency numbers to their subscribers free of charge.

(3) The Authority must ensure such services are maintained to the highest standards practicable and that all carriers allocate priority and sufficient quality of capacity on their networks to ensure the expedient transmission of emergency calls to appropriate services.

EMERGENCY

HOSPITALS

Hospital name Served Population (2007) Bed Capacity Sub-division Role
St Giles Hospital 850,000 136 N/A National Referral Centre (NRC)
Tamavua/Twomey Hospital 850,000 91 N/A
Colonial War Memorial Hospital 330,245 458 N/A Divisional and NRC
Korovou Hospital 22,287 17 Tailevu Province Subdivisional Hospital (SDH) โ€“ Level 2
Nausori Maternity Hospital 47,891 15 Rewa Province
Navua Hospital 26,220 12 Serua Island/ Namosi Province
Vunidawa Hospital 19,332 21 Naitasiri Province
Wainibokasi Hospital 14,434 14 Rewa Province Area Medical
Lakeba Hospital 8,149 12 Lakeba Island SDH โ€“ Level 2
Lomaloma Hospital 26,220 16 Lomaloma District
Levuka Hospital 16,400 40 Lomaviti Islands
Vunisea Hospital 10,285 22 Kadavu Island
Rotuma Hospital 2,479 14 Rotuma Dependency Area Medical
Matuku Hospital 650 5 Matuku Island
Lautoka Hospital 345,810 339 Ba Province, Lautoka City Divisional and NRC
Ba Hospital 60.7 50 Ba Province SDH โ€“ Level 1
Tavua Hospital 28,160 42 Tavua District SDH โ€“ Level 2
Rakiraki Hospital 30,940 22 Ra Province SDH โ€“ Level 2
Nadi Hospital 80,688 85 Nadi Conurbation SDH โ€“ Level 1
Sigatoka Hospital 54,400 60 Nadroga-Navosa Province SDH โ€“ Level 1
Labasa Hospital[8] 133,070 161 Macuata Province Divisional and NRC
Savusavu Hospital 32,204 58 Cakaudrove Province SDH โ€“ Level 1
Nabouwalu Hospital 14,660 31 Bua Province SDH โ€“ Level 2
Waiyevo Hospital 15,328 33 Taveuni Island SDH โ€“ Level 2
Pacific Specialist Healthcare[Note 1] 40 Rewa Province, Suva
P.J. Towmey Hospital[Note 2] Makogai Island
Suva Bayview Hospital Rewa Province, Suva
Nasese Private Hospital 40 Nasese
Ra Meternity Hospital 7 Ra Province

Fiji Maritime Surveillance & Rescue Coordination Centre

Our National Search & Rescue Authority is the Fiji Maritime Surveillance & Rescue Coordination Centre

Fiji Maritime Surveillance & Rescue Coordination Center

  • Contact โ€“ +679 3315380/3316205
  • Toll free โ€“ 1539
  • Viber โ€“ +679 7231000
  • Email: operations@rccfiji.org
  • Office โ€“ Eliza St, HQ Repuplic of Fiji Navy, Walu Bay, Suva
  • P.O.Box 12387, SuvaIf you are in imminent danger and require urgent aid, use MAYDAY.
    1. Switch to 2182 kHz or 6215 kHz or 156.8 MHz (VHF Chanel 16)
    2. Alarm signal, say: โ€œMAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY.

    This is YOUR BOAT, YOUR BOAT, YOUR BOAT, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAYโ€

    Give your position State the nature of your distress. State the nature of help required.

    Give any other information that will assist the rescue operation.

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