When the yachted yachter returns home – the island packet

BRIAN LEWIS/AFP/Getty Images The yachters of Fiji’s islands have enjoyed a decade of luxurious travel in the red boats of luxury yachty yacht brands.

But with the islanders coming home for the winter, the boats are now back in service.

The country has been rocked by a series of earthquakes, with several of the fjords on the western tip of the island of Tonga experiencing seismic activity and some of the main islands in the western region of Molokai experiencing minor shaking.

Fiji’s new fleet of yachties, which were commissioned by luxury yachtmaker Divers, was launched last month, bringing the country’s fleet of 28 vessels to 28.

The new fleet is expected to reach the waters off Tonga’s western tip next month, after which it will be used for commercial and tourist purposes, as well as for commercial fishing, tourism and other uses.

The yachteers of Fiji are back in the seaAs with many of the countrys fleet, the Yacht Yachts of Fiji has undergone a radical redesign, with the yagis (red boats) now being made of composite materials instead of traditional steel and aluminum.

Divers has said that the new yachtmobiles, called the “Divers” (pronounced DIVER-tee), are the largest of their kind in the world.

“The divers have been fully remodelled to meet modern requirements in order to meet the needs of our customers,” the company said in a statement.

The company also released a statement saying that the yaches have been designed to take advantage of the current weather conditions in the region.

“We have been able to get the weather in Tonga to be much better than usual,” the statement read.

“In addition, we have also been able make use of the latest technology and materials to deliver the yacht that we know we can offer.”

A few days after the Yacht Yachties of Fiji was launched, a new fleet was also launched, with a further six yachtes being commissioned.

Fijians are now returning to their favourite hobbiesThe first yacht to be commissioned by Divers was the Yagis of Moloko, which was launched in August.

In March, the company announced that it would be launching a second yacht in 2019, which is named “Fiji”.

The company’s Yacht of the Year, the Fiji Yacht, was unveiled last month and is expected in 2018.

Its predecessor, the Moloko Yacht (also known as the Molokao Yacht), was launched back in 2009.

Diver, the new yacht, will be a replica of the Moloka’i Yacht that was launched around the same time, which had a much bigger range of passengers.

Fifty years ago, the yacht was powered by two petrol-powered diesel engines, which drove the vessel, with an 18-foot propeller, and a total of 17 masts.

The original vessel had two decks, and was also able to sail at a height of 2.2m (8.5ft).

Divers said that this time around the boat will be powered by a single turbine engine, and will be capable of cruising at speeds of up to 80 knots.

“I am delighted to launch the Fiji yacht.

The Fiji yacht is the first of its kind and the first to have a full range of passenger accommodation including cabins, guestrooms, bathrooms and an outdoor dining area.

We are confident that the Fiji yachtie will be one of the most comfortable yachTours of the year, as we aim to ensure that every passenger experience is as enjoyable as the last,” the Fiji Tourism Board said in its release.”

Fiji Yachty tours have been a mainstay of our tourism industry for decades, and this year we have achieved a significant milestone in this exciting and successful venture.”

Fiji Tourism Minister Faiyana Pavey-Cordova told Reuters that the introduction of the new Fiji yacht will provide a boost to the tourism industry, and said that it will also boost the countryʼs economy.

“There are many more ways to enjoy the island than just cruising, sailing or sailing with a boat on the water, and Fiji is no exception,” she said.

“This is a fantastic launch for our countrys tourism industry.

The number of people visiting Fiji this year is set to increase by over 50% from last year, which will add a lot of value to our tourism sector.”