American Samoa is located in the South Pacific ocean 14 degrees 20 minutes south latitude and 172 degrees 42 minutes west longitude, the only U.S. Territory below the equator. With a combined land mass totaling 77 square miles American Samoa is made up of 7 islands with the capital Pago Pago located on the largest one, Tutuila.
American Samoa has a population of approximately 67,000 people, the currency is the U.S dollar and a U.S system of law and order is operational. The supply and quality of power and water, communications and medical facilities are all of the highest standards.
Major international banks and insurance companies are represented, and the American style Post Office operates 6 days a week. Samoan and english are the two most widely used languages. The passenger terminal at Pago Pago International Airport serves flights within American Samoa, to neighboring Pacific Islands and to the United States.
Pago Pago harbor is one of the most beautiful anchorages in the Pacific, it is 2,300 miles from Honolulu, 4,800 miles from Los Angeles, and 1,600 miles from Auckland New Zealand.
Marina Developments Limited is planning to build an International Marina in this magnificent harbor.