Blue Lagoon Cruises – Celebrating 70 Years of Cruising!
Posted on December 13, 2019 by APTC in APTC FIji

Blue Lagoon Cruises offers amazing cruise experience on Fiji’s Yasawa Group of islands.

Blue Lagoon Cruises route map

With their signature vessel, the iconic MV Fiji Princess, Blue Lagoon Cruises continues to perfect the art of small ship cruising, making it one of the brilliant ways to see more of the hidden and hard-to-get-to places in Fiji, including Naviti, Nanuya Lailai and Nacula. These more secluded spots have arguably the best beaches in the Yasawas. To reach just one of these islands by ferry takes around 5 hours one way, so why not enjoy the slow scenic route on a cruise instead?

Blue Lagoon Cruises vintage photo of cruise passengers disembarking on an island


Blue Lagoon Cruises invites you to celebrate their upcoming 70 years in the cruise business with some amazing deals and offers.

Welcome Back to Paradise

Blue Lagoon Cruises welcome back to paradise

Welcome Back to Paradise is a celebration of Blue Lagoon Cruises returnees with a specially created itinerary. These 7-night cruises will take in the highlights of Blue Lagoon Cruise’ standard cruise itinerary as well as a few new one-off locations.

Returnees are encouraged to bring their friends or family and show off their favourite experiences! There will be an adult’s only departure and one for families.

Guests on these cruises will also receive a commemorative Blue Lagoon Cruises beach towel and a limited edition Pacific Islands print.

  • Family cruise date is 25 September – 2 October 2020
  • Adults only (over 14 years) cruise date is 20-27 November 2020
  • Clients do not need to be a Returnee to travel on these dates

Celebrate Your Anniversary on Ours!

Blue Lagoon Cruises anniversary
From 01 April until 31 December 2020, any guests celebrating their anniversary while on-board will receive a special anniversary package that includes a candlelit dinner for two on the beach at Nanuya Lailai, a celebration cake on the day of their anniversary and commemorative champagne flutes as well as a bottle of French sparkling wine to kick start their cruise.

Quote the code CELEBRATE when booking along with the clients anniversary date.
A limited number of celebration dinners are available per cruise – confirmed at time of booking.
This offer can be combined with Blue Lagoon Cruise’ annual cruise fares and all specials in market.

Photograph the Fiji Islands – 7 Night Cruise

Blue Lagoon Cruises photography cruise 70th anniversary

Created for guests with a love of photography and who would like to expand their current skills. Professional photographer and educator, Ian Preece will be on board to up-skill our guests while they enjoy everything the 7-night Escape to Paradise Cruise has to offer.

Daily skill workshops, guided photo shoots, optional “one on one” sessions as well as ‘shot of the day’ competitions will have guests taking enviable travel shots in no time!

  • 7-night cruise only 13-20 November 2020

Cheers to 70 Years – 4 Night Villa Maria Wine Tasting Cruise

Blue Lagoon Cruises 70th anniversary with Villa Maria Wine

Raise a toast to Blue Lagoon Cruises 70th Anniversary with this specially curated wine cruise with the highly awarded Villa Maria Wines. Guests are joined on board by Villa Maria Wines chief wine maker for this 4-night Wanderer Cruise.

Celebrate each evening with a pre-dinner varietal wine tasting session, wine matched evening meals and wine themed evening entertainment, all of which is included in our standard cruise pricing.

  • Valid for the 4-night cruise on 26-30 October 2020
  • Clients booking a 7-night cruise (departing 23 October 2020) will enjoy the first 3 nights as per our normal cruise itinerary (only the last 4 nights will have the wine tasting)

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Founded by Captain Trevor Withers – a New Zealand stockbroker with a passion for the sea – in 1950, Blue Lagoon Cruises was one of Fiji’s first ventures into tourism. The cruise was named after the original version of the film Blue Lagoon, which was filmed in the Yasawa islands in 1948. Subsequent versions of the film were also shot in the Yasawas.


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