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The health of coral reefs linked to forest conservation

Article citing other sources |  
When deciding on the location of terrestrial protected areas, planners often focus only on terrestrial conservation goals, ignoring potential linked benefits to marine ecosystems.

Sharks thrive in marine reserves

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Compared with waters where fishing is allowed, there are up to four times as many reef sharks in a protected zone, a new study shows

New Yacht for Siren Fleet

Press releases |  
Our ever growing fleet of luxury liveaboards will expand again in 2013 as we add the S/Y Fiji Siren to the list of Phinisi Schooners.

Coral Gardening - a new profession for resorts?

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Coral farms can ideally be managed by local communities and tied into restoration of coral reefs. This will also allow the indigenous communities to benefit directly from improvements in local biodiversity that follows. As cultivation will replace greenhouse culture overseas, there will also be an overall reduction in CO2-emissions.

Fabulous Fiji

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" I’d like to introduce you to some of our friends, enthused our guide Manasa, a.k.a Papa, as he held aloft a well-worn loose-leaf binder. The photographs within produced nervous laughter and a couple of anxious glances amongst a few of the divers. Then again, with names like Scarface, Hook and Big Mama, these were no ordinary friends. They were sharks, and we would soon be making their acquaintance. "

Fabulous Fiji

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Scott Bennett writes: I’d like to introduce you to some of our friends, enthused our guide Manasa, a.k.a Papa, as he held aloft a well-worn loose-leaf binder. The photographs within produced nervous laughter and a couple of anxious glances amongst a few of the divers. Then again, with names like Scarface, Hook and Big Mama, these were no ordinary friends. They were sharks, and we would soon be making their acquaintance.
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