The 4* Yasawa Princess was built in 1984 and has been recently refurbished. This is a comfortable ship with good facilities including a bar, lounge and informal dining area serving excellent cuisine. The 33 cabins are compact and simply furnished with double beds, or twin beds with wooden accented furniture. There is a rear access platform to the sea with ladders for easy access to the water.
The ship offers a wonderful carefree, relaxed holiday cruise to visit the pristine islands of the Maldives.
The dining room, bar area and forward lounge are open plan on the middle deck. Food is served in the informal dining area, meals are buffet style offering international cuisine. Maldivian dishes are available on request. The long held tradition of the Captain’s Dinner takes place near the end of the week. Situated at the rear of the boat the bar has an entirely open aspect with seating outside, where you can sit and enjoy a drink after dark whilst looking out for the Dolphins chasing flying fish around the ship. The bar serves an extensive list of drinks to choose from, premium imported brands are available at a small supplement.
The dress code is casual and informal: T-shirts & swimsuits!
All 33 cabins are non-smoking and spread over three decks with sea views:
Lower Main Deck (12 Cabins): situated on the lower deck of the ship but slightly larger with a double bed or twin beds with porthole.
A Deck (14 Cabins): situated on the middle deck of the ship, with a double bed or twin beds deck window and door opening onto an outside walkway.
Bridge Deck (7 Cabins): situated at the very top of the ship next to the Sun Deck, with a double bed or twin beds, deck window and door opening onto an outside walkway.
Each room has: