The cabins of the Fiji Princess are all outside cabins which range between approximately 11-13m2 in size. All feature twin or double beds, TV, DVD player, sound system, safe, mini bar, dressing table, luxurious towels, soap, hairdryer, and are fully air conditioned. There is also an en suite in every cabin and laundry service is available.
It does not matter whether you have an adventurous palate or prefer to only eat specific kinds of foods – the MV Fiji Princess will cater for all tastes. The ship specializes in seafood and local dishes of Fiji, and you will even find staff native to the islands visited by the ship, giving you authentic Fijian flair as well as first-hand experience which you are unlikely to find in guidebooks. On board buffets and A la carte dinners with the captain will ensure all your culinary needs are catered for.
Entertainment and Activities
One of the main activities which you will encounter on board the ship is swimming and snorkeling which can be enjoyed by passengers of all ages. There is also a chance to explore the Fijian islands themselves with the fantastic onshore excursions offered by Blue Lagoon Cruises. In addition to this one can enjoy the sun on one of the open air decks and soak up some rays while the lush scenery passes by. For younger passengers there are also different activities every day from the Kids Captain. There will be a mix of passengers from different nations and thus you can have the chance to enjoy a drink with them in the bars and lounges.
Health and Fitness
For those who are concerned about their health and fitness you can keep fit with a few laps of the swimming pool to build up those muscles. A more relaxing time can be had at the Bora Bora Health Spa & Salon where one can enjoy fantastic treatments. Why not challenge the crew to a friendly game of beach volleyball?
There is no set dress code aboard the MV Fiji Princess, however as many of the activities involve swimming and/or beach excursions it is recommended that one packs swimming costumes. In order to visit some villages men will need to wear a traditional sulu which will be provided for you, ladies will need to keep shoulders covered and dress modestly.show more