Sunday, June 28, 2009
Blue Lagoon cooks up 'lovers' breakfast' special
Blue Lagoon Cruises has added to its highly romantic onboard 'private dining experience' menu serving up a new 'lovers' breakfast in bed' option for its four and seven-day 'Gold Club' cruise passengers.
Priced from FJD247* per couple (around AUD150*) the package includes a fresh fruit and juice selection and a choice of cold dishes including yoghurt, ham and camembert cheese, Danish pastries, muffins and croissants.
For those who prefer a cooked breakfast, the 'lovers breakfast in bed' menu ranges from a traditional English breakfast to four different egg choices, steak, pan fried walu and stacked pancakes layered with fresh bananas, cream and maple syrup.
The offer also includes private car transfers to the wharf from Blue Lagoon Cruises' dedicated pre-boarding lounge area in Lautoka, a 'bubbly' breakfast in bed the next day, 'his and hers' gifts at breakfast, complimentary chocolates on turn down.
Further massaging the value, the offer 'lovers' breakfast in bed' option also features a 30 minute 'his and hers' back rub.
The new breakfast option compliments the boutique cruise specialist's highly romantic candlelit 'private dining experience'.
Priced from FJD150* per couple (around AUD91*) the 'private dining experience' package includes an appetiser, entrée, main and dessert plus port, a cheese platter and a complimentary bottle of wine.
Venue for the dinners is a sealed off section of the Sky Deck on board MV Mystique Princess and the Sun Deck on board MV Fiji Princess ensuring complete privacy.
Prices for a four-day/three night 'Gold Club' cruise lead in at AUD1184* per person twin share.
The seven-day/six-night 'Gold Club' cruise is priced from AUD1654* per person twin share.
'Gold Club' program highlights include complimentary champagne and Hors d'œuvres at sunset on the first night onboard as a prelude to a 'Captain's Welcome' dinner.
All cruise itineraries include all meals and cruise activities. These range from daily shore excursions, bush walks and snorkeling safaris to fish feeding, fishing and glass bottom boating.
Cultural experiences include a 'Lovo' feast, visits to remote villages, Kava ceremonies and a day spent at Blue Lagoon Cruises' private island of Nanuya Lailai.
Prices for both the 'lovers' breakfast' and 'romantic dining' packages are valid until 31 March 2010.
*Conditions apply. Please note cruise prices do not include international airfares or beverages (other than tea and coffee). A daily fuel surcharge of FJD25 per person also applies.
See www.bluelagooncruises.com for full itineraries.
For cruise reservations telephone Blue Lagoon Cruises in Lautoka, Fiji, on +679 666 1622, facsimile +679 666 4098 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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