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About $800,000 is pro­jected to be spent on the up­grad­ing of ac­com­mo­da­tion at the Tur­tle Is­land Re­sort in the Ya­sawas. Di­rec­tor Richard Steven­son Jnr said: “We are look­ing into up­grad­ing our Fi­jian villas and that is still a work in progress.” “The up­grad­ing will fo­cus on the in­te­rior de­sign­ing work and ex­te­rior de­sign up­grade.” “We still have de­sign­ers work­ing to come up with a con­cept that we will be happy with. Hope­fully that work will be­gin to­wards the end of the year.”

Fore­cast for year 2016

Mr Steven­son added that last year was a great year with 2016 looks very ex­cit­ing for the prop­erty. “And 2005 was a very suc­cess­ful for us so as to 2014.We con­tin­ued to see growth over the year which is ex­cel­lent,” he said. He added that book­ings for the rest of the year has not been dis­turbed by Cy­clone Win­ston which dev­as­tated parts of the na­tion on Fe­bru­ary 20. “In 2016 we took off with a very strong book­ing in Jan­uary and Fe­bru­ary.”

The pri­vate is­land con­sists of 14 Fi­jian villas hous­ing a to­tal of 14 cou­ples at a time.

Tur­tle Is­land Re­sort in the Ya­sawa’s.

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