Captain Cook Cruises MV Reef Endeavour Transformed

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Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has continued its promise to refurbish its cruise ship the MV Reef Endeavour with the completion of a soft refurbishment on all outdoor and indoor furnishings.

The MV Reef Endeavour now has brand new modern outdoor furniture around the pool and new sun lounges on B deck and on the sun deck. There is now comfortable el fresco dining furniture around the pool and on the sundeck, in addition to the elegant air-conditioned dining room. New carpet has been laid in the ship’s lounge and dining saloon with new furniture completing the make-over. All Staterooms have been fitted with new bedspreads.

The ship now looks even more elegant and modern and the soft refurbishment comes after the MV Reef Endeavour had an extensive rebuild and renovation last year with the building of brand new suites, interconnecting family rooms and a refurbished spa and gymnasium.

“These rebuilds and refurbishments complete a whole new experience for our many repeat passengers and give 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 Jackie Charlton, CEO, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji.

In 2011 the ships top deck Tabua Staterooms were transformed into luxurious and much larger one bedroom Tabua Suites featuring separate bedroom and lounge areas, two ensuite bathrooms, television, mini-bar and tea and coffee

Families 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 Endeavours Senikai Spa and gymnasium also had a complete refurbishment.

Additional Tabua suites and interconnecting family rooms are planned to be built in 2012.

For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises on T: +61 9126 8160 or from within Australia: 1300 To Fiji (86 3454), Email: or visit

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