Musket Cove Island Resort


Sailing & Cruises

Dolphin Safari and Barrier Reef Snorkelling with Take a Break Cruises

This half day cruise travels out to Wilkes Passage near Namotu Island in search of wild dolphins. We will then take you to the Barrier Reef for swimming and snorkelling before returning home via Tabasalusalu Passage. Freshly baked morning tea is included and there is a cash bar on board available for cool drinks throughout the journey.

  • Operating Monday and Thursday from 9.30 to 12.30pm.

Sunset Cruise with Take A Break

Set sail into the Sunset on our famous Sunset Cruise. We cruise around Malolo Lailai and surrounding Mamanuca Islands to music with a cash bar available for beer, wine and soft drinks.  A cruise truly sets the scene for a romantic South Pacific Sunset and is "A Must Not Miss" cruise that could well be the highlight of your holiday.

  • Operating Tuesdays and Fridays. 

25ft Speedboat "Energizer"

Available for island hopping to other resort islands and deserted snorkelling spots, Energizer offers a speedy way to explore the Mamanucas.  Operating everyday 10:00am to 4:00pm discover some of Fiji's best Islands and snorkelling spots including Beachcomber, Treasure, Mana & Malolo Resorts stopping at one for lunch. Put your own group together or ask at the Musket Cove Boat Bure and they will help organise your day.

  • Private charters also available at an hourly rate (minimum 4 hours). Operated by "Dulcinea Charters".
  • Cost: $69.00pp (minimum 6 persons).

Lazy Wednesdays – Snorkel and Lunch Safari with Take a Break Cruises

Take a trip out to Wadigi Reef where you can snorkel and discover where Nemo and his cousins live.  Have lunch while we stop at the Funky Fish Resort and check out this new upmarket backpacker Resort.

  • Cost: $60.00pp when there is a min 4 adults per trip (kids half price) lunch not included in price 
  • Trip leaves at 10.30 and returns 2.30pm.

The Uninhabited Island Adventure on the Dolphin Star

Take a cruise on Dolphin star out to Navadra Island in the outer Mamanuca Islands, the filming base for the Survivor TV programmes.  See the stunning coral and swim in the warm clear waters to the beach where you’re footprints will be the first in the sand.  Take a picnic lunch and enjoy this secluded Island for your very own.

  • Operating every Tuesday from 8.45pm returning at 4pm.  Bring your own lunch or have the Coffee Cove prepare a picnic for you.  We’ll keep your drinks cool on the boat.