The Superyacht Gathering reunited in the warm waters of the South Pacific last week for their sold-out Fiji event between August 23-24.
A total of 47 local and international guests from Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Ecuador, the UK and the US attended, marking a 47 per cent increase from last year.
Founded in 2019, The Superyacht Gathering’s mission is to connect members of the superyacht industry through experience-based events in exclusive locations, with the aim of promoting positive change. Attendees ranged from superyacht company leaders and boat crew to charter agents and marina representatives.
Trip highlights included Hobie Cat sailing, watersports and a surf and turf luncheon at renowned yacht club Musket Cove Resort, as well as cocktails and tropical tidbits at Denarau Island’s Waitui Private Beach Club.
Captain Setareki Ledua also made an appearance alongside his Drua canoe, Uto Ni Yalo. Having sailed the wooden catamaran over 80,000 nautical miles since 2010, the captain offered stories of his adventures at sea and allowed guests an opportunity to learn more about South Pacific maritime heritage.