Calliope House (Main Hotel)
Calliope was known for "one of the most famous episodes of seamanship in the 19th century", when the vessel was the only one present to avoid being sunk or stranded in the tropical cyclone that struck Apia, Samoa in 1889. The house was built and used by the Masonic lodge was named after HMS Calliope.
Long term en suites for volunneters and contracts for 3 months to 2 years. The house is within 5 minute walking distance to the Calliope House. The house has 3 kitchens and en suites.