Ship Review: Blue Lagoon Cruises’ Fiji Princess by: Roderick Eime

VITAL STATISTICS. Passengers: 68 in 34 twin cabins on 3 decks (72 maximum) Built: 2000, in France Demographic: Typically mature, active couples and groups but equally suitable for younger couples and even families. Facilities: Single-sitting dining saloon, sky deck bar and saloon bar, lounges, boutique, Senikai Spa, pool, excer-cycles, four sun decks, coffee machine, glass bottom boat, free wi-fi (where reception allows) and guest laundry. Itineraries: Blue Lagoon Cruises offers 3, 4 and 7-night cruises from Port Denarau into the nearby Yasawa Island chain as well as Modriki and the Sacred Islands. Occasionally, special ‘history and culture’ ...
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