Full Day and Sunset Cruises in Suva
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is excited to announce commencement of new Suva based Day and Dinner and Event Cruise experiences from 16th October 2020.
Due to market demand in the Suva area, Captain Cook Cruises have designed two wonderful cruises aboard their 200 passenger vessel – the largest sailing catamaran in the Pacific. A romantic, fun Sunset Dinner cruise and secondly, a relaxing, adventurous Nukulau Island day cruise.
The Sunset Dinner cruise departs Princess wharf at 6pm for 3 hours of romance and culinary delights afloat whilst sailing the protected waters of Suva harbour. Be entertained by our talented crew whilst enjoying a delicious, served buffet of fresh fish, chicken, beef and array of salads and vegetables. Lobster can also be pre-booked for an additional charge.
The Nukulau Island Day Cruise will depart from Princess wharf on Saturdays and Sundays at 9am, returning at 4pm. Board the majestic sailing catamaran to a sumptuous morning tea. Relax and enjoy the music on the spacious foredeck while you sail to Nukubuco Cay for your first stop to enjoy a snorkel, beachcomb or swim in the crystal clear water. On returning to the vessel, guests will be served a delicious lunch while they sail to Nukulau Island for the afternoon. Afternoon tea on the return journey completes a perfect escape from Suva’s hustle and bustle.
Captain Cook Cruises are launching their Sunset Dinner and Nukulau Island adventure experiences for Fiji residents at a special locals’ price of only $99 per adult and $49 per child 3-15yrs. These fabulous Suva sailings will be available at this special rate from 16th October 2020 on Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays. Prices are a big reduction Captain Cook’s usual tourist pricing.
The 200 passenger vessel is also available for private charters and events with the day or evening tailored to the organiser’s needs. The launch is perfectly timed for the festive season and Captain Cook Cruises welcome requests for group and charter quotes.
“We have been asked to commence operations in Suva for a number of years now and know that the sailings will be welcomed and deliver a great experience for guests” says Marine Operations Director, Alifereti Koroilavesau.
Captain Cook Cruises have implemented a company-wide policy of strict cleaning, hygiene, and health protocols to ensure the safety of its passengers and there is a purchase bar available aboard.