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7-Night Yasawa Islands Fiji Cruise

  • See native wildlife in their natural environment
  • See the underwater world without getting wet
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
7-Night Yasawa Islands Fiji Cruise
From US$2,079.83
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Porthole CabinMost Popular
Located on the lower deck. Accommodates up to 4 adults. A twin or double bed cabin will be allocated for bookings of up to 2 people. A bunk-bed cabin will be allocated for bookings 3 or 4 people
From US$2,079.83
C Ocean Stateroom
Located on the middle deck (C DECK). Accommodates up to 2 adults. Staterooms have either 2 twin beds or 1 double bed.
From US$2,446.39
B Ocean Stateroom
Located on the middle decks. Accommodates up to 2 adults. Staterooms have either 2 twin beds or 1 double bed.
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Spend six days and seven nights cruising through Fiji's Yasawa Islands aboard a small ship. Get to know the rugged scenery of these volcanic islands and spend lots of time participating in water activities. Guided island tours, water sports, all meals, and use of snorkel equipment included.
What to Expect
The Yasawa Islands, a chain of 20 volcanic islands northwest of Fiji's main island, Viti Levu, stretch for 50 miles (80 kilometers) in the stunning South Pacific. The islands’ dramatic rocky landscapes, pristine beaches and lagoons make for some of Fiji's most spectacular locations, which you’ll see on this 7-night small-ship cruise. 

Your cruise begins as you depart Port Denarau in the afternoon on Day 1. Feel the relaxation wash over you the second you step aboard. Each morning or afternoon is spent at a different island location, and cruising is done at night or during meals so you can spend your days exploring island beaches and villages. Do whatever you wish, from sunbathing on the beach and snorkeling the coral reefs to visiting local villages and experiencing traditional Fiji life. Snorkeling equipment is included, as are as glass-bottom boat and village tours. If you’d like to scuba dive, you can pay the additional cost right on board. 

The ship has 63 air-conditioned cabins, staterooms and suites, all with private bathrooms. Cabins are located on the lower deck (D Deck) and are approximately 150 square feet (14 square meters). They open to an inside passageway and have portholes. Twin-bed, double-bed and bunk-bed cabins are available. Staterooms, also approximately 150 square feet, are located on the main decks (B Deck and C Deck) and have either two twin beds or one Queen bed. They have two picture windows and open onto an outside deck. The Tabua Suites are located on the top deck (A Deck) and are approximately 300 square feet (28 square meters). Each Tabua Suite features a twin or queen bedroom with separate lounge area and a second bathroom.

Facilities on board include a freshwater swimming pool, spa pool (hot tub), sun deck, mini-gym, glass-bottom boat, snorkeling and diving vessels, two bars, two lounges, single-sitting dining saloon, day spa, gift shop, chart house, library, guest laundry and 24-hour self-service coffee and tea bar.
Reviews (18)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fantastic Cruise

Captain Cook Cruises is the way to go than to be stuck on a resort. As well as seeing other islands, you have the option to do snorkeling, scuba diving, glass bottom boat tours, kayaking, visit small villages, or just kick back on the beach....More

Thank trippychick2009
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile
Bliss on the sea

I travelled with the tour group “Two’s a Crowd” which specialises in tours for solo travellers. You get your own room with no single supplement. On this trip there were 60 passengers & 50 crew to look afterwards. I cannot recommend this trip more highly....More

1  Thank S3300JOvictorias
Reviewed 22 September 2018
Two's a Crowd on Captain Cook Cruise of Fiji

Best holiday ever Great new friends - everyone friendly Staff were fantastic - a real family Food was excellent Snorkelling superb Great mix of water activities and culture

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank melbviccath
Reviewed 21 September 2018
7 Night Yasawa and Mamanuca Island Cruise.

Amazing crew,nothing too much trouble all done with a smile .Thoroughly enjoyed the cruise.My cabin on C Deck was perfectly situated,near the dining room,pool and the bar 😊.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank gaylem244
Reviewed 20 August 2018
7 night cruise to see the real Fiji

We did the 3 night then 4 night Yasawa Cruise with an extended family group in July. We can highly recommend the 7 night option - 3 or 4 nights would not have been enough. The best bits; small boat can get in close so...More

Date of experience: July 2018
2  Thank AndrewsFamilyNZ
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Response from Rosemary D | Reviewed this property |
I thought the bar prices were very reasonable. My husband took a liking to the local rum with cola F$11 a time (NZ$7.70) , stronger than the imports, cheaper @ F$12 (NZ$8.40) and very smooth . Wine was cheaper by the bottle... More