Seaspray Day Adventure

Full Day Cruise

A magnificent day on the water! This full day cruise includes a Fijian village visit and time ashore at Modriki Island from Tom Hanks movie 'Cast Away'.

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Board our Seaspray Day Adventure for a day exploring the crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches and lagoons of the Mamanuca Islands.

This 15 metre yacht offers a stable and comfortable cruise. You'll board Seaspray at picturesque Mana Island (transfers to/from Mana are included) to cruise through the islands, first anchoring off Modriki Island. 

With a Seaspray day cruise, you can go ashore and explore the deserted island, sunbathe on the soft sand, or snorkel the colourful coral reefs. Great snorkelling spots are situated around the island, and our crew will take you on a tender to the best spots.

After Modriki, we head to Yanuya Island. On Yanuya you will visit a traditional Fijian island village. You'll be welcomed ashore with a Kava ceremony (except Sunday) then have the chance to explore the village and meet the locals. A true highlight! 

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The Adventure 

The whole day is a highlight! But two of the standout features from the day are the visits to Modriki Island and Yanuya Island.

Modriki Island
Modriki (pronounced 'Mon-driki') is a pristine little haven. The sand is vividly white, and the water is the clearest blue you can imagine. The island was made famous in year 2000 when 'Cast Away', the Hollywood block-buster movie starring Tom Hanks was released. Modriki is the island at which the movie was filmed, and although Tom’s character just wanted to escape Modriki, the last thing you'll want to do is leave!

With a Seaspray cruise you can snorkel your way to shore and explore the deserted island, sunbathe on the soft sand, or read a book under a coconut tree. You'll probably find you'll be snapping a lot of photos too as this lovely island sure is photogenic! 

Yanuya Island

When you step ashore at Yanuya, your smile will just grow wider as you meet the local villagers. This Mamanuca Island is home to a traditional Fiji Island village. The villagers welcome Seaspray guests with a Kava ceremony so you'll be able to try some kava if you wish and then chat to the locals as you browse their handicraft. 

Daily Departures 

Passengers travel to and from Mana Island (where Seaspray departs from) onboard
South Sea Cruises high-speed catamaran.

Denarau Marina 9:00am 6:00pm
South Sea Island 9:30am 5:30pm
Beachcomber & Treasure 9:45am 5:15pm
Mana 10:30am 4:30pm
Matamanoa 11:00am 4:00pm

Food and Drink 

There's nothing like a day at sea for a big appetite so we include morning and afternoon tea plus a delicious barbecue lunch. All your drinks are also included while on "Seaspray", including local wines, beers, soft drinks and tea & coffee. 

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Prices are per person, include taxes and are in Fijian Dollars. Children must be 10 to 15 years inclusive for Seaspray Day Adventure. Unfortunately, we are unable to take children younger than 10 years of age on this Day Adventure. 

Valid 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022: 

Departure Point Adult Child
Denarau Marina $239 $149
Beachcomber $239 $149
South Sea Island $239 $149
Treasure Island $239 $149
Mana $219 $139
Matamanoa $219 $139

A non-refundable credit card administration fee of 3% applies to all bookings.


All drinks including local beer, house wine, bottled water & soft drinks whilst on Seaspray Return pre-booked coach transfers to/from Port Denarau to most Nadi, Denarau & Wailoaloa hotels/resorts
Buffet lunch, morning tea and afternoon tea Visit Modriki and Yanuya Islands
Explore secluded beaches and lagoons Snorkelling gear included
Island village visit Onboard entertainment by our crew

Fiji Island Village Customs 

While visiting the village you're free to walk around at your own leisure. We ask that the following customs be observed to respect the villagers:

  • Do not wear a hat in the village including caps, visors etc. Only the chief has the right to wear a hat in a Fijian Village. Of course, you're welcome to take a hat along with you as the Fiji sun is hot, but please remove it at the village.
  • Dress modestly when in the village (women are requested to wear a sarong or long skirt whilst in the village). When on the beach swimsuits including bikinis are acceptable.

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