By introducing Caledonian Sky to their fleet, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is heralding a new era of small ship luxury expedition cruising in Fiji.
The new ship will replace Reef Endeavour and embark on a series of new high-end cruise experiences not yet seen in Fiji.
Caledonian Sky will start exploring Fiji from November 2023. She will sail from Nadi. She will further develop Reef Endeavour’s pioneering itineraries. As well as offering more refined onboard accommodation and hospitality.
In addition, the company has revealed a new product offering by expanding her itineraries even further into the most remote parts of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa.
Captain Cook Cruises was founded in 1970 by Trevor Haworth and his wife. It was a family business and grew from an original single boat with twice weekly departures to 30 departures a day.
At its peak, the Captain Cook Cruises group included more than 29 ships. In four destinations they carried over one million passengers a year.
Today, the company’s cruises visit more than 90 of Fiji’s 333 islands. All cruises offer water and beach-based adventures with daily swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkelling. There are also glass bottom boat tours over pristine coral reefs.
With a firm commitment to marine science and sustainability, the company’s onboard marine biologists provide expert knowledge through guided activities. They offer lectures to help educate passengers on how to best protect and preserve Fiji’s natural environment.
Tailormade for the adventurous
Caledonian Sky is tailormade for the adventurous traveller. The ship offers spacious boutique comfort whilst also being small and manoeuvrable. She will take guests to corners of the Pacific not accessible by larger ships.
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji will continue to deliver an intimate cruising experience with a capacity of just 114 passengers across 57 spacious ocean view suites.
Guests can enjoy the luxury of their own private balconies, elegant suites, alfresco dining, and an expansive sky deck.
Caledonian Sky continue servicing the existing itineraries until March 31, 2024.
From April 1, 2024, these will be complemented by additional seven-night Northern Lau and Southern Lau itineraries. Plus there are 14-night voyages journeying through Lau to Tonga and to Samoa.
All experiences will be enhanced by an expansion of the onboard expedition team of marine biologists and cultural experts plus a fleet of 10 Zodiacs.