Captain Cook Cruises Fijis MV Reef Endeavour is a small boutique ship which has an informal and relaxed atmosphere. The ship can navigate around Fijis more remote islands so guests can snorkel and dive around some of the worlds most pristine reefs. There are 64 suites and staterooms as well as a spa on board. There is also a small pool as well as a dining room, two bars, gym, guest laundry and more.
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The MV Reef Endeavour can accommodate for up to 130 passengers in comfortable air conditioned suites and cabins. The MV Reef Endeavour offers passengers three levels of accommodation and cabins over four levels. Each cabin is around 14 square metres and has a private ensuite bathrooms, hair dryer, shampoo, soaps and towels as well as an internal phone. The Tabua Suite has a bedroom with a separate lounge area, chair, desk, LCD screen TV and DVD player as well as refrigerator, tea and coffee facilities and second bathroom. The MV Reef Endeavour also has six connecting family staterooms which open onto the outside deck. There are 11 cabins on the lower deck which open to the inside passageway.
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Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in the dining room on the MV Reef Endeavour. Breakfast and lunch are buffet style where seating is free and easy. Guests will find breakfast includes hot food like eggs, bacon, sausages, sautéed mushrooms and grilled tomatoes, as well as a selection of fruit, yoghurt, cereal, pastries and toast. Lunch is also buffet style with a selection of roast meats, fish, pastas, salad as well as some traditional South Pacific cuisine. Dinner, most nights is semi-formal with a three course meal. The food is a combination of western cuisine with regional dishes, using produce from the area. There are some casual evenings where the chefs will focus on the local cuisine.
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The ship has babysitting services for children so if mum and dad wish to explore the Fijian reefs for a day, the kids and stay on board the ship with their peers. While there are no kids areas, the children are free to roam around the ship. There are also lots of shore excursions, which the cruise lines offer like hikes, visits to the local villages and schools as well as snorkelling and swimming which the kids can partake in.
– Cruise Passenger
I love snorkelling and scuba diving, so the 7-night cruise to the Yasawa Islands is perfect for me. Each morning and afternoon we are at a different reef, so there’s always new sights to see. There are fully qualified scuba dive masters who can take you diving at amazing sites (at an additional cost ;-). Cultural visits and hikes are also provded. Great itinerary.
– Cruise Critic