“Astute investors must keep themselves of investment opportunities in the tourism sector in the Pacific Islands region,” says Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand Chief Investment Officer Manuel Valdez. He was speaking in reference to the investment projects across the Pacific region that are continually being listed on PTI NZ’s trade and investment listings website www.pacifichub.co.nz.

“In the past few months a number of new investment projects have been listed on Pacific Hub,” he said. The most recent listings are from the Cook Islands, from where there are listings of a mix of tourism-related projects – from hotels, resorts, holiday apartments and restaurants to travel and tours businesses, he added.

One of these is Rarotonga’s largest twin propeller 50-foot outer reef charter vessel that caters extremely well to the high demand of visitors wanting to relax and enjoy the stunning views of Rarotonga from the ocean.

The vessel is fully kitted out with the latest safety, navigational and fishing equipment, and has all round viewing with a lounge to relax.  It comes with four cabins, a couple of bathrooms, and full kitchen facilities.

A highlight of the boat is the perfect, stable platform for whale watching, which is included as part of the daily lunchtime and sunset cruises during humpback migratory season from July to October.

The business offers private half day and full day fishing charters for up to 30 people, whale watching and sunset cruises to suit demand. Everything is provided to enjoy a half or full day out on the ocean, including fishing gear, bait/tackle, snorkels and masks, food, and refreshments.

The business also caters to weddings, hen and stag parties, birthdays, and other events as well as offshore fishing trips.

Rarotonga’s relatively newly redeveloped (2013) Avatiu port is the principal port of the Cook Islands. It provides a greater capacity to cater for larger vessels and the deeper harbour entrance and turning circle allows for larger vessels to berth in the harbour.

The vessel will be sold with privatised rented mooring at Avatiu wharf.

What is more, the boat comes with an option to purchase with a superbly appointed lifestyle home or boutique lodge.

“It’s a great opportunity for someone who is looking to invest in a tourism related business that has an ongoing clientele and is all about lifestyle and fun,” Mr Valdez said.

For more information on this investment and other attractive proposals, email PTI NZ Chief Investment Officer Manuel Valdez at manuel.v@pacifictradeinvest.co.nz or visit www.pacifichub.co.nz

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