“When guests go diving, they want colour and a variety of life forms. We are trying to maintain that here at Tivua Island with Captain Cook Cruises."
Sitting Captain Cook Cruises is walking the talk through its marine ecology programme, in which it aims to revive and restore reefs.
Christopher Doughty, one of four marine biologists employed by the company, credits his ‘boss’, chief operations officer, Alifereti Koroilavesau, for the continued success in building on marine ecology in waters chartered by the cruise company.
“He came up with the programme,” the young Mr Doughty says of Mr Koroilavesau.
“When guests go diving, they want colour and a variety of life forms. We are trying to maintain that here at Tivua Island with Captain Cook Cruises.”
The underwater life in Tivua – a destination that Captain Cook Cruises services – is likened to a 3D movie.
Mr Doughty is part of the balanced team of four marine biologists employed by Captain Cook Cruises, in which there are two women.
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A day cruise to Tivua Island in the Mamanucas to experience paradise first hand with Captain Cook Cruises.