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Topic: fiji in march

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gary pascoe

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fiji in march

« on: February 06 2006 01:02:00 »

as i have never been to fiji,i have booked for the 19th of march.i am staying at plantation island.
what are the closest breaks to the island
what are their ratings
are they easy to get to
thank you



RE: fiji in march

« Reply #1 on: February 28 2006 18:02:00 »

Hi Gary, going to plantation for 8 days on 6th march. will let you know what the go is when i get back through this site. i have average surfing ability and am looking forward to some clean little waves. have heard "big johnny" does boat trips to various breaks from plantation for about 30 bucks.



RE: fiji in march

« Reply #2 on: March 01 2006 02:03:00 »

mate i don't know much about that side but like the surf i use to go to is at a place called pacific harbour from the you can get an hour boat ride to an island where you'll saty before you surf at Frigate passage mate...a left had surf that can get pretty huge but good fun though try it out...just ask for an american Guy name Dan who own the surf resort Batiluva beach resort on the island of yanuca or just do a web search on batiluva beach resort and you'll see what i'am talking about
enjoy your stay and watch out for the "kava" and "Taki system" mate



RE: fiji in march

« Reply #3 on: March 15 2006 22:03:00 »

Hi Gary. Just got back from plantation. Heres the deal with the surf - Johnny or Manasa will ferry you to Wilkes reef for $40. This is pretty much all you can surf, There is a lot of politics going on with these reefs. The trip takes 20 - 30 minutes in the boat. Cloudbreaks can only be surfed from plantation on saturdays but very limited spots. I surfed Wilkes at about 6-8 ft and perfect but it is unpredictable and bad cuts when caught inside. I was lucky to hook up with a guy named Suji who operates from Musket cove around the corner. He pulled some strings and got 2 of us out at Namotu lefts, on the other side of the channel from Wilkes. 4-6 ft and perfect. This is a much easier, flowing wave to ride and not too nasty reef-wise.

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