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President opens Denarau Yacht Club


May 17, 2015 03:28:58 PM

President opens Denarau Yacht Club His Excellency Ratu Epeli Nailatikau last night officially opened the new Denarau Yacht Club and The Rhum-Ba.

Officiating the proceedings in front of a packed house of government officials and distinguished guests, Ratu Epeli commended the owners, Mr Mike Dennis and Mr Nigel Skeggs for their commitment to Fiji and the outstanding building that was a result of a lot of hard work and collaboration by various parties.

The Rhum-Ba and Denarau Yacht Club will be the premier Restaurant, Bar and social club not only in the Western Division of Fiji but in Fiji as a whole.

The need and desire for the Yacht Club has been present since the inception of the working marina, and has been a topic of discussion for locals for several years.

With the growing number of residents, visiting yachts and tourists to the area The Rhum-Ba and Yacht Club will be poised to cater for this growing market.

The Rhum-Ba and Denarau Yacht Club has been designed and built to cater for locals and yachties with the expectation that this will create a great atmosphere to attract the general tourist market.

Designed and built by Kyronn (Fiji) Limited with interior design by Furnz in New

Zealand, the end result is a spectacular building lifting the profile of Port Denarau Marina which only last week won the Marina Industries Association, “International Marina of the Year” award for 2015/16.

The venue is ideal to be used for large groups such as weddings, meetings, incentives, conferences and events.  Without being attached to a hotel this venue offers customers a more flexible and diverse location with unrivalled views over Port Denarau Marinas Super Yacht Jetty with the Sleeping Giant in the background.

By Reginald Chandar


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