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Free Nights For Blue Lagoon Cruises Passengers

July 1, 2015 Cruise Deals No Comments Print Print Email Email

Ship at Nanuyalailai-0020771Passengers cruising the islands of Fiji can take advantage of free nights at Accor hotels in Denarau or Nadi thanks to an offer being launched tomorrow by Blue Lagoon Cruises.

 When two adults book a seven night cruise they receive two free nights at the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa at Denarau.  When two adults book a four night cruise one free night is included.  Accommodation is in superior ocean-side rooms.

When two adults book a three night cruise they receive two free nights at Novotel Nadi Hotel in a deluxe room.

 The offer goes on sale tomorrow (July 01) and runs through until March 31 2016, with travel to be taken between November 01 and March 31 2016.

 Blue Lagoon Cruises has over 60 years of experience and knows all of the best places to go in Fiji, as well as the best things to do!  A daily changing vista allows passengers to be treated to crystal clear water, pristine white beaches and Fijian culture while enjoying the facilities aboard the boutique Fiji Princess, Blue Lagoon’s flagship which last year received an extensive $1.2 million makeover.

At 55 metres in length, the Fiji Princess is able to explore and anchor just about anywhere in the beautiful Yasawa and Mamanuca islands of Fiji.  Her captain takes particular delight in visiting small islands and secluded bays inaccessible to bigger ships.

 Blue Lagoon Cruises offers three, four and seven night cruises with overnight anchorages, including one where the Fiji Princess is tied up to a coconut palm.


The all-Fijian crew can arrange a private beach picnic for two or dinner under the stars, or weddings (proposals too), or screen movies out on deck, including that famous Blue Lagoon starring the young Brooke Shields.  Recent additions to the on-board toys of kayaks, snorkelling and handline fishing gear, are stand-up paddleboards and a glass-bottomed boat that is favoured by passengers who want to stay dry but still admire the coral and sea creatures (turtles are a regular sight).

Added to this, the crew quickly get to know their guests by name – there’s ratio of one crew member to every two passengers – and they are legendary in their genuinely warm welcome and fun-filled on board entertainment that centres on their harmonious singing voices, guitar and ukulele playing skills.

In other news Blue Lagoon Cruises recently announced increasing demand for the style of ‘coastal cruising’ the company offers will see sister ship Mystique Princess back in service.  Mystique Princess will receive a stem to stern refurbishment and the plan is to re-launch her early in 2017.

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