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I was fortunate enough to happen upon Claire and Justin from Vanuatu Yacht Services soon after I arrived in Port Vila.
I actually arrived by plane several days ahead of Alive (a 66ft canting keel reichel pugh racing yacht) and her 16 person crew as they completed the Melbourne to Vanuatu yacht race. My daunting task was to prepare all the things needs to get a Grand Prix racer and her large crew through customs, through quarantine, fed, accommodated, and prepared for the return journey as well as a organise a large function to celebrate the...
Every so often, we have the opportunity to showcase some of Vanuatu’s treasures. Pascal Guillet is the owner and operator of Vanuatu Ecotours. Pascal shares our passion for bringing people close to the real Vanuatu, while integrating and empowering indigenous Ni-Vanuatu through training and employment.
Pascal is practical and adventurous, so you can feel safe in the hands of this boy scout extraordinaire. Whether hiking into the wilderness, kayaking, horse riding or one of the numerous sports and activities Pascal is adept in, you can...
It is the middle of May, so we are in between seasons. Autumn is a favourite time of year for food, as farmers begin to grow typical temperate “summer” vegetables like tomatoes.
Today we found a few delicious avocados remaining, next week there may be none.
Firm and tasty pumpkins have begun to grace the marketplace.
There is a great quantity of citrus in particular the sweet and organic mandarins. Get used to seeds… there is no hybrid fruit in Vanuatu. Only ORGANIC.
We anticipate tomatoes, wild raspberries and pineapples,...
If you read the Events Calendar for 2014, you will have noticed that the island of Ambrym is the center of ceremony and festivals in Vanuatu.
Known for its volcanoes and wizards, Ambrym is the magical heart of Vanuatu.
Ten Reasons to Visit Ambrym:
Many festivals and ceremonies
Lots of accommodation
Active volcano and ash plane
You can get around on foot
You can get around by truck
Proximal to major centers, Port Vila and Santo
Best trekking and hikes
See Vanuatu Aelan Walkabaot for...
Please visit Vanuatu’s Tourism Website to read their Calender featuring sporting events and other important events and...
When you use Yacht Services Vanuatu not only do you get the dedicated & professional services of Vanuatu’s best superyacht agent, you also have access to a full compliment of goods and services provided by our own established businesses.
These businesses are the only fully insured and licensed marine businesses in Vanuatu.
1) Port Vila Boatyard (Technical Support Team and Marine Store)
2) Marine Surveyors & Consultants Vanuatu (Specialist Surveyors for the IYB and IIMS)
3) Southern Cross Creations (Fine yacht...
Port Vila Boatyard Crew Welding the Stainless Handrail at the New Vila Central Hospital Project.
New drive from Vanuatu and New Zealand Governments to attract more visiting superyachts to the South Pacific region.
See Vanuatu Customs Website here: Superyacht charter information
See Tourism New Zealand’s website here: ‘Destination New Zealand Superyacht Attraction...
Yacht Services Vanuatu has just received the official notice from the Department of Customs outlining the new requirements for superyacht charters.
This updated notice (Dated 1st April 2014) supersedes any and all previous notices that may have been released through various channels to the yachting industry.
Yacht Services Vanuatu, Vanuatu’s Department of Customs and other Government agencies are committed to facilitating all superyachts visiting our shores. Our collective goal is to ensure a smooth, straight forward process for all...
From my very first email from Justin I realized I was in good hands in regards to any yacht services I may need whilst in Vanuatu and points beyond, as we know Justin is a master mariner who has traveled the world extensively with superyachts for many years before settling on the tranquil Vanuatu archipelago. He knows exactly what a superyacht may need whilst in a new port.
Clearance was made easy by Justin’s knowledge of the formal procedures. He even brought the officers to the yacht which was anchored in the quarantine area.