Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has launched a new Long Lazy Lunch cruise to its private island of Tivua and added on an additional departure night for its Sunset Dinner cruise.
The Long Lazy Lunch cruise departs at 1230pm from Port Denarau Marina returning at 6pm.
Guests set sail aboard magnificent tall ship Ra Marama to Captain Cook Cruises exclusive island of Tivua – an atoll surrounded by a circle of white sandy beach and 500 acres of coral gardens. On-board experience a traditional welcome Kava ceremony.
Once arriving guests can enjoy a delicious tropical buffet lunch including fish, chicken, sausages, salads and fruit. Beer, wine and soft drinks are also available all afternoon on the island.
After lunch spend the afternoon snorkelling the magnificent reefs, go glass bottom boating, kayak or paddle board around the island, play some volleyball, feed the fish or take part in coconut husking, weaving and Lali beating demonstrations.
Diving lovers can choose to dive at several sites around Tivua with five star PADI Diving. From beautiful coral gardens to bommies to its newest dive wreck, ‘Raiyawa’, Tivua has enough to captivate the beginners, reinvigorate the occasional diver, and fascinate the advanced divers.
Those who prefer to simply relax can lie on the beach on a comfy beanbag under a beach hut, take a leisurely swim, sleep on a hammock, have their hair braided or indulge in a spa treatment.
A complimentary Captain Kid’s Club is available for 90 minutes during the afternoon and includesspecial activities like Treasure Hunts, Sand Castle building and fun kid’s games.
The Lazy Long Lunch cruise departs daily from Denarau Marina at 12.30pm and returns at 5.00pm. Adults are priced at FJ$187 and children (3-15 years) are FJ$123. A starting special is available where one child 3-15 years is only $27 with every paying adult.
Prices include tall ship transfers to and from Tivua Island, Tropical buffet lunch, afternoon tea, beer, wine and soft drinks on Tivua, use of snorkelling gear, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, beach hammocks and volleyball, guided coral viewing on glass bottom boat, coconut husking, weaving and Lali beating demonstrations, Captain’s Kids Club and transfers from Nadi and Denarau hotels and Coral Coast hotels for a small additional charge.
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji will also be operating their popular Sunset dinner cruise on a Tuesdaynight, in addition to their Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday departures from Port Denarau Marina.
The three-hour dinner cruise includes the finest cuts of fresh fish and beef fillets, marinated chicken skewers with sautéed seasonal vegetables. Buffets are also served with half a lobster tail per person.
Guests will enjoy spectacular Pacific Island scenery as the sun goes down and Fijian cultural entertainment. An onboard bar service is also available.
The Sunset dinner cruise departs Port Denarau Marina at 5.30pm, returning at 8.30pm. The cruise is priced at FJ$169 per adult and FJ$105 per child (3-15 yrs). An optional Lobster dinner is available for FJ$75 per person.
Prices include transfers from most Nadi and Denarau resorts, a welcome drink, BBQ dinner and entertainment.
For Tivua Island high res images please click on: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4rn11kmpmjo3tpx/AAACwcNmPPSFV-S5I9ScnIVka?dl=0
For further information and bookings visit www.captaincookcruisesfiji.com