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All bookings need to be confirmed by payment at least 48 hours prior to departure, either directly at our agency at Anse Vata or before you arrive by credit card. We accept all major credit cards, cash and foreign currency. You can also pay online.
All our tickets can be changed to another day without extra cost even on your departure day.
We offer a full refund in exchange of ticket, so please do not lose it!
You can take your baby and your baby equipment – pram, pushchair and other necessities. On the island there is plenty of shade for you and your baby, and our staff can help you heat up your baby food before mealtimes.
Our staff will of course help handicapped or wheelchair-bound people to board and disembark. Currently we do not have toilets with wheelchair access but again, our friendly staff are there to help if needed. We offer an all-terrain wheel chair free of charge for use on the island.
The hire of masks, snorkels and flippers/fins is included in the cost of your daytrip. However a deposit of 1000 CFP is required. Please enquire at the shop.
Yes. You can shower on the island after your swim but please be aware that fresh water is limited so please save water when showering.
No, it is not possible to hire these on the island, but you can hire stand up paddle boards (2000F per hour).
It is not advisable to do so as we do not have a security boat in the event of an accident but you can hire stand up paddles on the island– ask at the boutique.
Yes, for persons over 60. Please mention this when you book.
Yes, wetsuits and dive slippers are available for hire on the island.
We are a family of 2 adults and 4 kids aged 1, 6, 11 and 18. Is there a special price for big families?
Yes, we have family packages with special prices for children under 12 and also for students under 18. Please ask when booking.
No. Nobody except the lighthouse keeper is authorised to stay on the island overnight.
The ‘tricots rayés’ are local sea snakes in New Caledonia. They can be deadly but fortunately they are not aggressive creatures if left alone.
We can make an announcement over the microphone during lunch and our beautiful dancers will invite him for a local island dance during the show.
Yes. Our bar is open all day except during lunchtime.
We have a boutique on the island where you can buy souvenir T-shirts and sarongs, postcards, stamps and other souvenirs, sun cream, batteries and other things that you may need.
We would like to go snorkelling but we have a baby. Is there a babysitting service available while we go diving?
If we can help in anyway, our friendly staff are there to assist you. Please let us know about any such special requests when you book.
We are leaving New Caledonia the same night after the Amedee daytrip. Is there a place where we can leave our luggage on the boat as we have to check out from our hotel before boarding?
Yes. You can safely leave your luggage on our boat during your trip.
You can buy bottled water at the bar. Otherwise during the meal, drinking water is provided.
No. We only operate one trip per day. For your information the Amedee island is 24 km from Noumea.
We operate 5 times per week on a regular basis on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and sometimes other days of the week. Please ask when you book.
Yes, we welcome disabled persons and offer free all-terrain wheelchair use during the day (boat and island access). Please ask for more details when you book.