Larry Page And Sergey Brin Are Vacationing In Fiji

The Dragonfly has important guests.
Google's cofounders are vacationing in the South Pacific, the Fiji Times reports.

CEO Larry Page and Sergey Brin have long shared ownership of a fleet of private jets with Google's chairman, Eric Schmidt. The newspaper photographed one of their planes, a Boeing 767ER, at the Nadi airport.

From there, Page, Brin, and a group of relatives and friends reportedly traveled to the Lau, Mamanuca, and Yasawa archipelagos on board the Dragonfly, a 73-meter megayacht.

According to, the Dragonfly has nine cabins and accommodates 18 guests and 16 crew.

So our first question: If Page is up to traveling, does this mean he's gotten his voice back?

We asked a Google spokesperson for comment and will update you if we hear back.

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