Fiji Cruising, a Dive Lovers Dream
“Diving on the Reef Endeavour is a must. You visit so many more locations than you could from a resort – all different, all interesting and the dive crew can pretty much select dive sites for your preference – drift, macro, wide-angle, shark, swim-throughs – all in great visibility. We never saw another dive boat, let alone had to share a dive site. Fantastic!”February 26, 2019
Rebecca MurphyFebruary 26, 2019
Fiji offers thousands of unique dive sites and you can experience the very best of them and access the most remote and pristine areas of Fiji onboard Captain Cook Cruises small ship MV Reef Endeavour. The three, four and seven-night Mamanuca and Yasawa Island Cruises, seven Night Colonial and Four Cultures Discovery Cruises and 11 night Lau and Kadavu cruise are available year round.
Dive at different and untouched locations each day, with cruises visiting some world class dive spots and offering guests two dives each day, always in different locations. Dive groups are small in numbers and dives last about 40 minutes. All scuba diving is operated by Viti Water Sports, a PADI 5 Star Dive Centre, which caters for certified, occasional and first-time divers.
First time divers can learn to dive onboard, practicing all the basics skills in the pool and then experiencing their first open water dive in the warm clear waters.
Every dive is different, from swimming through caves and canyons, over breathtaking coral gardens, to wall diving and diving through amazing marine life including pelagics and sharks.
According to Captain Cook Cruises passenger and avid diver, Mike Agnew, “Diving on the Reef Endeavour is a must. You visit so many more locations than you could from a resort – all different, all interesting and the dive crew can pretty much select dive sites for your preference – drift, macro, wide-angle, shark, swim-throughs – all in great visibility. We never even saw another dive boat, let alone had to share a dive site. Fantastic!”
Diving the Raiyawa, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji’s newest dive site just off Tivua Island is also on most cruise itineraries. Raiyawa has been turned into a wreck divers dream. Offering an exciting dive for advanced divers, the wreck appears like a ghost ship as you descend through the rich, misty waters.
“MV Raiyawa was a great dive. Easy descent (and ascent) along the bow-line, lots of fish around and in the wreck, spooky nooks and crannies and plenty of cut-outs to allow safe penetration through big or small hatches. I thoroughly recommend it as a dive.” Says Mike.
For further information and bookings visit www.captaincookcruisesfiji.com
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