South Sea Cruises

South Sea Cruises

Coronavirus ferry travel advice

Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.

Visit the paradisiacal Fiji Islands with South Sea Cruises, walk through forests, relax on its beaches of white sand and coconut palms or dive in its magnificent reefs.

Fiji is a country made up of more than 300 small islands surrounded by turquoise shallow waters teeming with a great biodiversity.

Whether you want to use your holiday to recharge your batteries, to enjoy with the family or to have a romantic escape, South Sea Cruises is the answer to find your own paradise!

Click on your ferry route below for a detailed South Sea Cruises timetable.


Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 30 minutes prior to departure for all passengers.

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      The check-in desk of South Sea Cruises is at the passenger terminal at Port Denarau. It is a large building at the waterfront that leads to the marina. There are taxi and bus services available to take passengers to the terminal.

      At the entrance of the terminal, you'll see the kiosk of South Sea Cruises. Its kind staff will direct you to the check-in desk and to board the vessel. They will also organize the transportation of any baggage that you could be carrying. It is recommended to check in at least 30 minutes before departure.

      If you use the bus service from the Nadi's International Airport, you will find there a check-in desk nearby the baggage carousel.

      Onboard South Sea Cruises

      The boats are equipped with WiFi. Alcoholic beverages are sold on board, but the passengers are not allowed to drink their own alcohol. Some food is also sold on board.

      The friendly staff on board will help any passenger with reduced mobility to embark.

      Please note that if you go to any village you must not wear sunglasses, hat or cap and the ladies will also need to cover their shoulders and knees.

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