Our very own Sau Bay Divers operates a first in class PADI dive operation focused on true client service, ultimate experience and above-all, diving safety.
The experience starts with our specially constructed dive shop that allows for gear checks and maintenance, secure gear storage for our guests, processing, dive lessons and briefings, and sales of a variety of SCUBA accessories. Our dive shop is located on the waterfront, right next to our restaurant.
With Sau Bay divers, your diving experience is led by highly trained, local Fijian PADI-certified instructors and divemasters, who take their time to get to know you, and will ensure that your experience is safe and enjoyable. We cater from expert to novice divers. If you haven't experienced current diving before, no problem: our staff will take you on dives designed to get you comfortable with higher current environments - so that you can experience the magic of the rainbow reef too! Our friendly staff take care of everything from gear setup, moving gear to and from the boat, rinsing and preparing for the next dive...so you can spend more time relaxing.
For our guests choosing to rent gear, aur dive equipment comprises top of the line Zeagle BCDs, Atomic regulators and Suunto computers. We have a range of different sizes of wetsuits and personal gear. Our gear is meticulously maintained and routinely replaced when showing signs of wear. We also always carry a full set of spare gear on dives to ensure that the dive experience is not interrupted.
Our main dive boat, the Sau Diver, is a custom 32-foot aluminum boat specially built for diving. It can comfortably accommodate 12 divers. However, Sau Bay Divers routinely takes only small groups of divers ranging from 2 to 6 divers on a typical dive, making for a much more relaxed and private diving experience than you will find with operators on Taveuni island. Equipped with a new 300 HP motor, the Sau Diver will reliably and quickly transport your party to and from the dive sites. The Sau Diver is also very stable in unfavorable weather conditions, in case the dive gods aren't cooperating!