Boutique Cruise Liner to Get $1.2M Makeover

Fiji Princess the 68 passenger boutique cruise liner operating cruises throughout Fiji is to be withdrawn for a major makeover.
The three week refurbishment program will cost $1.2 million and sees the little ship re enter service on April 27th.
Operated by Fiji’s Blue Lagoon Cruises the company’s Chief Executive Officer Peter Duncan said, “All interiors will be completely made over, and, paying tribute to the company’s long maritime history, the theme is nautically inspired.”
He added, “We have made several changes based on customer feedback including brand new itineraries with a maximum of four hours cruising each day, more activities and a more personal experience of the Fijian culture.”
 “It’s high time she had a rest and a makeover.  This refurbishment has been a long time in the planning, and is a major investment not only into our vessel and product offering, but it will also raise the bar of cruising experiences available in Fiji.”
“We are using all Fijian businesses to do the work on the vessel in line with our commitment to an all Fijian crew and providing as authentic an experience as we can.”

Fiji Princess will receive an intensive “re-launch” through the travel trade industry at FTE and through travel media internationally.