New Rooms and Refurbishments for Fiji’s MV Reef Endeavour

In just about two weeks, I will be heading to Fiji. I will be attending a meeting of the Freelance Council of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). However,  before the meeting I will be sailing for several days on the MV Reef Endeavour. The small cruise ship is operated by Captain Cook Cruises and sailing only in the islands of Fiji.

So I was happy to learn today that Captain Cook Cruises has recently completed an extensive rebuild and renovation the MV Reef Endeavour, with the ship now featuring brand new suites and interconnecting family rooms and a refurbished spa and gymnasium.

Tabua suite

The ships top deck Tabua staterooms have been transformed into luxurious and much larger one bedroom Tabua Suites. The suites feature separate bedroom and lounge areas, two ensuite bathrooms, television, mini-bar and tea and coffee facilities.

Families will now have the choice between the new and spacious interconnecting family rooms which sleep two adults and two children or the inside family cabins which sleep four people in bunk style accommodation.

The Reef Endeavour’s Senikai Spa has had a complete refurbishment. The spa is now in a more spacious Tabua Stateroom and can offer couples massages at the same time, perfect for honeymooners who book a “His & Her” package.

Senikai Spa has also undergone a total new colour design and now features plush blue carpet, freshly painted beige walls and black wooden furniture and room trimmings, giving the spa a new chic, modern but relaxing atmosphere.

An outdoor massage area has also been set up next to Senikai Spa, so passenger can combine a relaxing spa treatment with spectacular views of the Yasawa Islands. Massages are still available by Senikai Spa on all the islands the cruise visits.

Passengers can now get their daily exercise in the Reef Endeavour’s new gymnasium that has been fully equipped with two bikes, treadmill, rowing machine, weights, gym ball and boxing gear.

“These rebuilds and refurbishments complete a whole new experience for our many repeat passengers and something exciting and unique for passengers embarking on their first cruise. Now passengers will continue to be welcomed by the friendliest people in the world in an even more comfortable and relaxed environment.” said Nick Hortle, CEO, Captain Cook Cruises.

For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises at phone  +61-2-9206 1111, Email: fiji@captaincook.com.au or visit www.captaincook.com.au.

I will be writing about my trip so stay tuned!

About Cynthia Boal Janssens

Cynthia Boal Janssens is the editor and chief blogger for AllThingsCruise.com. She is a former national president of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). She has sailed on over 40 cruises all over the world.

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