MV Reef Endeavour OCEAN AMBASSADOR
MV Reef Endeavour’s 3rd Cadet, Samisoni, has been appointed Ocean Ambassador and will work with our Marine Biologist in raising awareness in the environment amongst passengers and crew.
In the first week they collected 74kg of rubbish, with the help of many aboard, that had washed up on the beautiful beaches of the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Much of the rubbish removed was plastic that can injure wildlife and also end up in the food chain.
15th – 22nd May 2018 – Voyage #657 Ocean Ambassador results- click here to view.
28th – 2nd April 2018 – Voyage #653 Ocean Ambassador results – click here to view.
17th – 20th March 2018 – MV Reef Endeavour results from the Mamanucas – click here to view
17 Jan – 22nd January 2018 – MV Reef Endeavour results by Janice – click here to view
29 Nov – 4th December 2017 – MV Reef Endeavour Ocean Ambassador results – click here to view
21-28th November 2017 – MV Reef Endeavour Ocean Ambassador results – click here to view.
7-18th November 2017 – MV Reef Endeavour Ocean Ambassador results – click here to view.
25-30th October 2017 – MV Reef Endeavour Ocean Ambassador results – click here to view
10-16th October 2017 – MV Reef Endeavour Ocean Ambassador Project – click here to view
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Environmental Policy
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is committed to providing world class experiential cruise products that are nature- based experiences with a focus on protecting the natural environment.
Aiming for the best industry practice in all operational aspects, Captain Cook Cruises will monitor the impact on the natural environment surrounding our sea and land operations and seek continual improvement to minimise environmental impact.
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji will work with employees, contractors, suppliers, customers and the community to achieve ecological sustainability.
We are committed to preserving and maintaining the natural environment for our children and generations to come.
To achieve this Captain Cook Cruises Fiji will:
*Promote a Zero-Spill culture within the organisation
*Maintain an effective Environmental Management System and allocate necessary resources to comply with the requirements of the
*Comply with and endeavour to exceed environmental legislation and
*Commit to best practice by identifying and eliminating environmentally unsafe practices from our workplaces.
*Advise and educate employees of our Environmental Policy and procedures and encourage valuable
*Commit to biodiversity protection by taking necessary and practical steps to reduce energy consumption and where possible prevent
*Actively encourage sustainable use of resources by applying reduce, reuse and recycle
*Monitor our environmental performance through effective records management and continually strive to
This policy statement applies to all Captain Cook Cruises workplaces and will be regularly reviewed in light of developments, including changes to legislation and our understanding of best practices.