Minerva Reef Diving Expedition
The Minerva Reefs are a group of two submerged atolls located in the Pacific Ocean, south of Fiji and Tonga. The reefs were named after the whaleship Minerva, wrecked on what is now known as South Minerva after setting out from Sydney in 1829.
Many other ships would follow and become shipwrecked, making the reefs an excellent diving spot where you can explore the sunken wrecks, dive for crayfish and lobster and swim with whales, turtles and manta ray.
Boat: R.V. Braveheart
When: 7 August – 22 August 2021 (16 days)
Cost: $14,500 per person (for a single-berth in a cabin, cabins are shared)
What’s included: Meals, refreshments (including water, tea, coffee and soft drinks), bait, dive fills
Availability is limited – register your interest below to reserve your place on the trip.
Embark on the R.V. Braveheart and depart from Tauranga.
As we set off, get familiar with the boat, meet your expedition mates and settle into your new home for the next 16 days.
* Please note, the proposed activities are weather dependant and may change.
Register your interest
Complete the form below for further information and details on how to reserve your place.