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South Sea Cruises increases the frequency of services to the Yasawa Islands

Bula from the team at South Sea Cruises.

We are excited to be receiving positive forward booking numbers for travel to the Yasawa Islands for the second half of 2022 and a number of our resort partners have confirmed that they too are seeing substantial bookings for the same period.  As a result, we would like to confirm that we will be increasing the frequency of our resort connections on Route 7 (Yasawa Islands) as follows:

Yasawa Island Resort Connections – Route 7

  • 01 April – 30 June 2022 – will remain operating 4 times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday)
  • 01 July 2022 onwards –  we will resume services on a daily basis

Please click here to view our website to download our revised Resort Connection Timetables (this page also has our Coach Timetables).  

Yasawa Island Day Cruises
The resumption of daily services will also mean that the following Yasawa Day Cruises will operate on a daily basis from 01 July 2022 (other than Mantaray Experience as this has limited dates)

  • Yasawa Islands Explorer
  • Barefoot Kuata Day Trip
  • Ultimate Encounters Snorkel with Sharks) 
  • Seaspray Day Adventure

Awesome Adventures Packages
As per above, this will also mean our Yasawa Island packages & passes will revert to daily departures from 01 July 2022

Please kindly update your systems (revised rate sheets / online brochure links will be sent out in due course).  Feel free to reach out to us for clarification or answers to any questions on these changes.

Vinaka Vakalevu.

Alyssa Field
General Manager – Global Sales
South Sea Cruises 
Loretta St Julian-Ooms
General Manager – Fiji & Asia Sales
South Sea Cruises 

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