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Book CCC Fiji to cruise free

Kate Webster

Travel agents can earn a free cruise for themselves and a partner simply by booking clients on a 3, 4, 7 or 11 night Captain Cook Cruise in Fiji aboard the small ship, MV Reef Endeavour.

If agents book a 3 or 4-night cruise for a client, they receive one free night for themselves or their partner sharing an Ocean View Stateroom aboard the MV Reef Endeavour per adult booked.

If agents book a 7 or 11-night cruise for a client, they receive two free nights for themselves or their partner sharing an Ocean View Stateroom aboard the MV Reef Endeavour per adult booked.

The incentive means agents can accumulate their credits and have until 31 March 2018 to go on their Captain Cook Cruises Fiji cruise holiday. Additional nights not yet earned, can also be booked at a special rate of only $160 per person per night.

All 3, 4, 7 and 11 night cruises are aboard the 130-passenger, fully accommodated MV Reef Endeavour small ship cruise vessel which discovers parts of Fiji larger ships cannot get to. Passengers visit remote villages, churches and schools and take part in traditional village sevusevu ceremonies and Meke and Lovo feasts.

As well as being immersed in Fijian culture there is plenty of time for relaxing on warm white sandy beaches, swimming in crystal clear waters, snorkelling over amazing coral reefs and diving in spectacular blue lagoons. Stay onboard and laze by the pool or spa or be pampered at the ship’s Senakai Day Spa.

A complimentary Kids Club is available for children 5   9 years where children can make new friends, have lots of fun and learn about and experience the Fijian culture. Kids Club operates between 9.00am and 12noon, 2.00pm to 5.00pm and from 6.30pm and 9.30pm.

There are plenty of options for clients to choose from.

The three-night Southern Yasawa and Mamanuca cruise departs Port Denarau every Saturday and guests will discover the beauty of the Southern Yasawa Island group including the islands of Waya, Naviti and Viwa and the friendly warmth of its people.

The four-night Northern Yasawa and Mamanuca cruise departs Port Denarau every Tuesday and visits the private island of Tivua, the Sawa-l-Lau limestone caves and blue lagoon and cruises the spectacular passage from Yaqeta Island to the Yasawa’s northern reaches.

The seven-night Yasawa Islands and Mamanuca cruise departs Port Denarau every Tuesday and Saturday for the ultimate Southern and Northern Yasawa Island experience.

The seven nights 4 Cultures Discovery cruise circumnavigates Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island and visits four distinctive Fijian cultures including Ellice Islanders (Polynesians), Banabans (Micronesia), Fijians and Indians.  The cruise visits the islands of Kioa, Rabi, Labasa Town on Vanau Levu, Kia Island and the world’s third longest barrier reef, “The Great Sea Reef”.

Fares include shipboard accommodation, all meals, guided village, school and island tours, snorkelling and glass bottom boat excursions, daily island stopovers and water activities, hikes and Kayak safaris, on board entertainment, kids club (5-9yrs), onboard Wi-Fi, 24-hour self-service tea and coffee bar, post cruise transfers to Nadi and Denarau hotels and Nadi airport and use of the ship’s facilities including a swimming pool, spa’s, mini gym, sun deck, cocktail bar and library.

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