OVER the Christmas period you may have seen plenty of new activity from Naisoso Island.
Whether you live in Suva or the West, you've probably noticed many new billboards, seen the television commercials, and heard the buzz about Naisoso Island.
If you live in the West, you may also have seen photographers, building and construction consultants, architects, soil testers, the list goes on.
Managing director Bob Lowres said, "We're set for our biggest year yet", with all this activity resulting in the bussiest December and January ever, according to the amount of visitors to their beachside sales office and to their website.
But Mr Lowres said despite the strong start to 2013 and imminent exciting news for the island, he had always maintained that getting things right takes time and there's no way he will cut corners.
"2012 was a difficult year for everyone, but I'm proud to say that we've survived the floods with absolutely no damage and Cyclone Evan hardly put a scratch on our marina."
"We've taken our time to make sure Naisoso Island will be a profitable long term development—not just for us but for those that have bought on Naisoso."
"We're here for the long haul and we're determined to ensure that everything we do is to the highest standard. Good things take time," he said.
Whilst Tropical Cyclone Evan destroyed most of Naisoso Island's billboards and the loss of a handful of palm trees, the island itself was largely untouched.
Most impressively of all, was their Marina, which has now proven itself to be a safe haven for boats.
The jewel in the crown at Naisoso Island is the beachfront blocks.
Of the 122 freehold blocks of land, only a handful of beachfront land remains in the final stage and with strong interest these are expected to sell quickly. Naisoso Island is open daily from 10am to 5pm.