Blue Lagoon Cruises offer three boutique itineraries, each taking you on a journey into Fiji's spectacular Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. Sail to uninhabited tropical islands, anchor in private lagoons, spend countless hours lazing on golden beaches and swim, snorkel or dive in clear blue waters.
Blue Lagoon Cruises ship, Fiji Princess has been purpose-built for cruising and selected for the ocean going conditions of the Fiji waters, especially around the Yasawa Islands. The small size of the Fiji Princess is just one of the things that makes a cruise with them so special. Come aboard and discover the hidden treasures of Fiji.
Blue Lagoon Cruises offers two types of cabins: Hibiscus and Orchid.
All Rooms Feature:
- Air conditioning
- Private deck with outdoor furniture
- Free WiFi
- Inhouse movies
- Cable/satellite TV
- Tea/coffee making facilities
- Bar fridge
- Ceiling fans
- DVD player
- iPod sound dock
- Iron/ironing board
- Mosquito nets
- Organically produced bathroom products
- In-room Safe
Hibiscus Cabin: The Hibiscus Deck sits below the Orchid Decks, but still has windows well above the water-line with gorgeous views. Situated on the same deck as the Saloon, it has 2 cabins with queen or twin single beds and 4 cabins with queen beds averaging 11 square metres (117 sq ft) in size with queen beds.
Orchid Cabin: The Orchid Decks are situated over two levels and the cabins are approximately 13 sq m (142 sq ft) in size. The Upper Orchid Deck features 3 cabins with queen or twin single beds and 9 cabins with queen beds and the second Orchid Deck (middle level) features 4 cabins with queen or twin single beds and 12 cabins with queen beds. All Orchid Deck cabins include a welcome fruit platter, complimentary daily stocked mini bar (beer, wine, soft drinks & bottled water), a Pure Fiji sun care pack, in cabin Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities.
Onboard Restaurant: Dining is a true delight due to the skilled work from the chef, the variety of delicious dishes and the beautiful locations you dine in. Exotic barbeques, magnificent buffets, freshly made omelets and beautifully designed traditional Fijian meals are all on the menu. All meals plus morning and afternoon tea are included on your cruise. Tea, drinking water and juice are included in the cost of your cruise as is barista coffee (yes, we have a great coffee machine on-board!). The only thing that is not included is alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. If you have any special dietary requirements, every effort will be made to meet your request. Please advise us at time of booking.
- An open-air dining room with views out over the sea to the rear of the vessel
- Shaded sky deck bar and saloon bar
- Sun loungers on the large upper sky deck
- Glass bottom boat
- Stand up paddle boards
- Clear kayaks
- A boutique with a range of souvenir items
- Senikai Spa offering a range of massage and beauty treatments
- Splash pool
- A library of reading materials and games
- In room DVD viewing
- Free WIFI (available where reception allows)
- Self-service guest laundry
Senikai Spa: The Senikai Spa is offering a range of massage and beauty treatments
Dress standard: On board casual and informal, even at dinner. To enter villages men will require a sulu (provided) and women need to dress modestly with shoulders covered.
Transfer Vessels: Blue Lagoon Cruises use a high-speed transfer vessel 'Cougar II' to transport passengers on the 3 Night and 4 Night itineraries one-way (either to, or from the Sacred Islands). This allows for Blue Lagoon Cruises' vessel, Fiji Princess, to remain in the islands, only returning to Denarau Marina once a week. For transfers between Mamanuca Island resorts and Fiji Princess we use local operator RIBs or similar. These vessels are known for their comfort and sea-keeping qualities.
Cruising schedule: Once a week, Fiji Princess departs Denarau Marina for her voyage into the enchanting Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. There, she spends seven days cruising from one spectacular setting to the next before returning to Denarau (this is our 7 night cruise). We also operate a high-speed transfer vessel, which meets Fiji Princess in the Sacred Islands, connecting our 3 and 4 night guests with the cruise. Operating our itineraries in this way means one thing: we spend more time cruising the Yasawas, and less time getting there!