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CAPTAIN Cook Cruises Fiji is offering massive savings with its cruise seven nights pay four nights deal on all seven night cruises including its Yasawa Islands Cruise, Discovery Heritage Cruise and Discovery Cultural Cruise. 

Discover the pristine beaches, turquoise waters and remote villages of the 'real' Fiji on Captain Cook Cruises seven night cruises aboard the 120-passenger, fully accommodated MV Reef Endeavour cruise ship.

Offering a truly cultural experience, guests visit unspoilt Fijian villages, schools, churches and handicraft markets and experience traditional village sevusevu ceremonies. 

As well as being immersed in Fijian culture there is plenty of time for relaxation and appreciating the beautiful marine life while snorkelling over amazing coral reefs, lazing on warm white sandy beaches, basking in crystal clear waters or diving in spectacular blue lagoons.

The seven-night Yasawa Islands Cruise is the ultimate Yasawa Island experience and departs every Tuesday and Saturday from Denarau Marina at 1pm, disembarking every Tuesday and Saturday at 9am.

The Discovery Heritage Cruise to Levuka, Savu Savu and Taveuni departs Lautoka Wharf at 1pm and departure dates include: March 6, May 1, July 3, September 4 and November 6, 2012 and January 1 and March 5, 2013.

The Discovery Cultural Cruise exploring the four cultures of Northern Fiji departs Lautoka Wharf at 1pm and departure dates include: February 7, April  3, June 5, August 7, October 2 and December 4, 2012 and February 5, 2013.

Seven night fares are $1700 per person in stateroom accommodation and include all meals, guided village and island tours, glass bottom boat excursions, on board entertainment and use of the ship's facilities including swimming pool, spa, pool bar, sun deck, sauna, cocktail bar, day spa and library.

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