Partners – Fiji Shark Dive
The Shark Foundation has been committed to the protection and research of sharks since 1997 and sees itself as the sharks’ lobby.
Save Our Seas Foundation
Save Our Seas Foundation is a non-profit making organisation headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Its purpose is to implement and support diverse programmes centred around the protection of the Earth’s marine environment.
Niuwave Media Group Limited is a dynamic company leading the industry as the first Premium media company in Fiji. Our aim is to revolutionise the industry by ensuring that only high quality work is produced.
MAI TV is Fiji’s second commercial free to air TV network. The company was founded by Richard Broadbridge in 2006 and began broadcasts in June 2008. It is full privately owned and broadcasts using the latest IP technology.
Mai Life is an award-winning magazine and publishing company regarded as one of the best in the region. The company is recognised for having some of the most dynamic and talented people in the print business, from cutting edge journalism, writing, photography and graphic design.
Resort Support helps small-medium size tourism businesses during their development and growth, and have a range of services to assist you in times of change. Their approach enables just the right level of support to suit your own particular circumstances, so that you can achieve a higher level of consistency in product, service and profitability!
Shark Free Marinas Initiative
The Shark-Free Marina Initiative has a singular purpose, to reduce worldwide shark mortality. We encourage shark conservation at sport fishing and resort marinas by prohibiting the landing of any shark at the participating marina.
Year of the Shark 2009
THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE SHARK was inspired by the finding that at the current rate, common shark species will be extinct in 10 to 15 years. In large regions, species that were once numerous have fallen to 1% of their original numbers. Studies of open ocean sharks estimate 80 to 90% of heavily fished species are gone.