Destinations





Triple 888 Eight tours the Pacific Islands from June to November as well as the Whitsunday Coast in Australia from December to May.

VANUATU

THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH.

Vanuatu is home to some of the friendliest people and stunning scenery. It is an extremely popular location for diving with beautiful coral reefs teeming with fish.

 

Vanuatu also offers easily accessible diving to many sunken wrecks including the SS President Coolidge near Espiritu Santo.

NEW CALEDONIA

DIVE THE WORLD’S LARGEST LAGOON.

The Caledonian lagoon is a World heritage site. At 24,000 km2 it is a boating playground. You can discover wild islets and meet dolphins, turtles and dugongs.

 

 

There are many shipwrecks to dive but you can also just use a snorkel to see clownfish, parrotfish and butterfly fish.

FIJI

THE HEART OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC.

Fiji is famous for its pristine natural environment, its coral diving and white sand beaches. Here you can see lush jungle with secluded waterfalls and plenty of wildlife right on the fringe of the beaches.

 

Fiji has been called the “Soft Coral capital of the World” as it has a maze of coral reefs surrounding its 333 islands. There are many world-class dive sites to suit the novice or experienced diver

On the mainland there are many attractions to be enjoyed. These range from bushwalks through the rainforests like the Conway National Park enjoying the native fauna and flora to a crocodile safari.

WHITSUNDAY ISLANDS

The Whitsundays Region is a very popular holiday destination.

It is ideally situated in the warm climate of tropical North Queensland which ensures excellent weather for most of the year.


The Whitsundays Region includes 74 wonderful islands and the Great Barrier Reef. The majority of these islands are uninhabited national parks where you can feel like you are castaway on your own island – with your luxury accommodation just offshore so you can enjoy a sunset cocktail on board after your day exploring the islands, walking along the pristine beaches and swimming in the warm tropical water.

GREAT BARRIER REEF

The World heritage listed Great Barrier Reef is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world.

Stretching over 2,600km it’s the largest reef system in the world, made up of over 900 islands, 2,900 individual reefs.


The Whitsundays Region is the closest point on the Queensland coastline to the Great Barrier Reef so it makes an ideal starting point to explore the reef.


From your luxury accommodation on the super yacht Triple 888, you can cruise along the reef to a secluded spot, away from the thousands visiting the reef daily and snorkel or scuba dive to experience the marine life and appreciate the natural beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.