MV Fiji Princess cruise ship offers 3, 4 or7-night trips to the beautiful Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands in Fiji. Explore the warm, turquoise clear waters with coconut tree lined white sandy beaches in comfort and style, and experience local Fiji culture first-hand. The Fijian people are known to be some of the friendliest in the world, and will delight in showing you their way of life, including their traditional performance of song and dance, known as 'Meke', or share a drink of Kava as they invite you to join in the 'Lovo', a truly magnificent Fijian feast. During the cruise guests will have countless snorkelling opportunities, as well as the chance to participate in sport fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, abseiling, basket weaving, Fijian cooking lessons and attend a village church service. And of course, there is still plenty of time to relax and soak up the sun on the many secluded beaches. Or why not take a trip out on the glass bottom boat to take a peek of what is going on under the water.
Topside, the beautiful 55m M/V Fiji Princess offers 34 high-standard cabins for up to 68 guests. Each cabin is located above the waterline, and all have large windows offering beautiful ocean views. All cabins also have ample storage space, AC, TV/DVD player, hair-dryer, towels and en-suite bathrooms with fragrant soaps. The Orchard cabins, located on the mid and upper decks also include a welcome fruit platter, daily stocked mini-bar (including bottled water, soft drinks, beer & wine), sun care pack and tea and coffee making facilities. There is plenty of space to relax on board with sun loungers located on the upper sky-deck, the Senikai Spa offering a range of massage & beauty treatments, a small splash pool and shaded sky deck bar and salon bar. Meals are served in the open air dining room which offers spectacular ocean views. The on board chef offers a variety of delicious dishes with a choice of local and international foods. Special dietary requirements can be catered to with advance notice.
The experienced, friendly and professional crew are waiting to welcome you abord the MV Fiji Princess to show you the beautiful Fijian Islands. Call us or book online today to start your dream vacation.
Choose your departure date adventure cruise | snorkelling only
Included: VAT, Accommodation, Complimentary toiletries, Transfers/pickups from airport, All meals, Towels Provided, Transfers/pickups from hotel, National Park Fees, Snorkel Gear, Kayaks
Excluded: Diving (opportunities to dive offered at Drawaqa and Blue Lagoon stops), Sports fishing trips, Alcohol and drinks (filtered water and juice supplied), Massage and beauty treatments, Gratuities at own discretion, Purchases from the boutique. Please Note: A 'donation' is added to the bill which goes to the Vinaka Fiji trust. This can be removed or reduced at the passengers discretion
Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you and you can confirm with a payment later.
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Food & Drinks
If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.
The crew speaks English.
Drawings & Vessel Layouts
- Length 55m/179ft
- Max guests 68
- Number of cabins 34
- Number of bathrooms 34
Boat Navigation and Safety
Fiji Princess Reviews
- 9.4 Superb
- 2 Verified Reviews
- Vessel 9.0
- Crew 10.0
- Food 10.0
- Activities 9.0
- Value 9.0
An amazing 5 days in beautiful Fiji islands.
We loved every minute of the trip. Being on a small boat like this almost felt like sailing and we got to know a lot of the guests. When visiting the islands it felt real and not at all a tourist trap.
- Recommended for
- Snorkeling, Blue Lagoon and meeting people from all over the world.
We was cruising with Blue Lagoon 30 years ago and we loved it. This year cruise was very nice but we lack of entertainment provided by by singing and guitar-playing crew in the evening on the ship. Instead there were disco with quite old fashion music. It is a long way from the image of the islands. Visit to the Sawa-I-Lau Caves: the first cavern is ok, but the second one was overcrowded. Impossible to admire quietly this limestone cave. It is really necessary to make two groups (as announced), max 10 person. The same in the underwater passage, let people by 2-3 go through, rest 2 minutes, so they have time to proceed further and their eyes to get used to dark, before next small group arrive.
- Recommended for
- School visit, evening meal in Tamusua, last snorekling in Drawaqa