Captain Cook Fiji cruise line first began with an already existing Fiji day-cruising operation, and has developed into a popular and successful cruise line. Captain Cook Fiji cruises are unique in their connection with Fijian life. This connection can be strongly felt on board the Reef Endeavour ship. The close interaction of passengers and staff enables the cruisers to get an insight into the culture. Enjoy the lively onboard ambiance with traditional Fijian singing and dancing.
Captain Cook Cruises offers four types of cabins to suit different budgets: Porthole Cabins, Ocean Staterooms B, Ocean Staterooms C, and Tabua Suites.
All Rooms Feature:
- Private Ensuite Bathroom
- Air conditioning
- Hair dryer
- 240V power
- Shampoo, soaps and towels
- Internal telephone
- Serviced daily
Porthole Cabin: There are 10 Porthole Cabins. They open onto an inside passageway located on D Deck. Bedding is 2 Single Beds OR 1 Double Bed. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults.
Ocean Stateroom C: There are 16 Ocean Staterooms C and they are located on the C Deck. Bedding is 2 Single Beds OR 1 Double Bed. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults.
Ocean Stateroom B: There are 33 Ocean Staterooms B and they are located on Decks A & B. Bedding is 2 Single Beds OR 1 Double Bed. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults.
Connecting Family State Rooms: There are six interconnecting Family State Rooms and they are located on Decks A & B. They consist of two interconnecting Ocean Staterooms B. Bedding is 2 Single Beds OR 1 Double Bed per cabin. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults per cabin.
Tabua Suites: There are four Tabua Suites and they are located on Deck A. There is a Bedroom with ensuite plus a separate day room with second bathroom. Bedding is 2 Single Beds OR 1 Double Bed. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults.
Onboard Restaurant: Dining is a vital ingredient on your Fiji cruise. Whether it is an alfresco luncheon, gourmet barbecue or a-la-carte dinner, our food is prepared on board from fresh local and imported produce. The onboard cuisine is a contemporary fusion of international and Fijian flavours. There is one sitting for meals. Table seating is assigned for most evening Dinners whilst Breakfast and Lunch are free seating. We cater for most special diets in our fully equipped Galley so please let us know your requirements in advance.
- Swimming Pool
- Sun Deck
- Guest laundry
- Pool Bar
- Cocktail Bar
- Dining saloon
- Conference room,
- Gift Shop
- WIFI is available in the Tabua Suites and Yasawa Lounge
Activities (at additional charge)
- Spa treatments
- PADI Diving Courses
- Drinks from the bar
- Some optional tours
Dress standard: Clothing to cover your shoulders and knees for visiting local villages. Fijians dress modestly and revealing clothing is not permitted in public places. A Bulu shirt and Sulu are ideal and you will also need to remove headwear and sunglasses when visiting Fijian villages. Some shoes that you can wear in the water. Many of the places that we visit have wet landings and most beaches are not groomed. Sportswear and casual clothing for daytime wear. We ask that you do not wear uncovered bathing suits and beach attire in public rooms and lounges so a cover up is also a good idea. Smart casual attire is the usual standard, including shoes, for dinner time. Footwear is requested in the lounges and mandatory in the Dining Saloon due to Fiji health regulations. The opening night of the cruise is the Captain’s Welcome Dinner and your opportunity to dress up if you choose.
Departure Point: All cruises depart from Port Denarau Marina, Nadi, however some of the cruises offer the option for pick-ups from destinations on our route. Your journey with Captain Cook Cruises begins when you check in for your cruise at Port Denarau and Captain Cook does not collect you from your hotel and this service has to be booked separately. They offer complimentary transfers back to most Nadi hotels and Nadi airport after your cruise though - please advise your hotel at the time of booking.
Cruising schedule: Captain Cook Cruises offers a variety of cruise itineraries of different length and destination. The duration varies from 3 – 11 Nights and also includes itineraries to less travelled points of interest in Fiji like the Lau Island Group.