Pacific Blue Cruises – Vanuatu

Pacific Blue Cruises operate the MV Lycianda which is a small boutique cruise ship offering a vastly different experience to big ship cruise lines. Her small size enables her guests to travel to Vanuatu’s remote islands while still enjoying the

Their vessel the MV Lycianda is a small boutique cruise ship offers a relaxed and informal experience that is ideal for independent travellers, groups, families and for those looking for a comfortable way to experience the exquisitely remote Vanuatu Islands, many that cannot be reached by air and are only accessible by sea.

The 39 metres (128 feet), 385 tonne, vessel has 21 air-conditioned cabins, a 60 seat dining saloon, with DVD/video and book library, two sun decks, a cocktail bar and laundry.

All cabins have a private bathroom, vanity, hairdryer, and a view to the ocean. There are 2 accommodation decks: the Promenade deck provides views to the islands with doors opening to the sea breezes whilst the “Ocean” deck provides views from their portholes.

The Lycianda cabins have been categorised into three areas:
* Promenade Cabins
* Ocean Cabins
* Family Cabins

Saloon Deck: 60 seat dining room, rear sun deck and cocktail bar.
Promenade Cabins (9 cabins): Are located on “A” deck. Cabin configuration comprises of a double bed, with fold out single bunk bed. The average size of each cabin is 8.5 square metres (94 square feet). Maximum occupancy is 3 persons per cabin.
Ocean Cabins (8 cabins): Are located on “Main Deck” deck. Cabin configuration comprises of a double bed, with fold out single bunk bed. The average size of each cabin is 9 square metres (101 square feet). Maximum occupancy is 3 persons per cabin.
Family Cabins (4 cabins): Are located on both decks. Cabin configuration comprises of four single bunk beds. Maximum occupancy is 4 persons per cabin. The average size of each cabin is 9 square metres (101 square feet).

Guests with Disabilities
Regrettably the ship is not equipped for people with special needs; however they will do their up most to welcome and accommodate any passenger with a physical disability.

She cruises mostly at night in order for passengers to spend a maximum of time during the day ashore exploring remote islands, swimming, snorkelling, or just relaxing with a good book.

Departure Information: Boarding time is one hour before scheduled time of departure. The ship will leave on time, any expenses
incurred by the passenger to join the ship after boarding time is borne by the passenger.
Return Information: Check out time is within one hour of arrival into port.

All cruises depart from: –
Port Vila – from the harbour in from of Namba Wan Café. Boarding time is 3.30pm for a 4pm depature.
Santo – from the Harbour front

Inclusions:
* Passenger accommodation onboard cabins with private facilities
* Cruise transportation and services
* Morning & afternoon tea
* Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
* Cruise entertainment
* Shore excursions including entrance fees
* Activities included in the cruise schedule including lectures, briefings, visual presentations
* Ship to shore transfers
* Free use of any water sport equipment (snorkeling gear, kayaks etc)
* Welcome tropical cocktail
* Captain’s cocktail night
* Port & landing fees
* 12.5% government tax plus Vanuatu tourism development levy

Extras:
* Pre & post flights
* Airport transfers
* Personal items such as laundry, beverages (other than tea/coffee/juice as provided during a meal)
* Travel insurance
* Optional tours

Every morning will see you awake to a new piece of South Pacific paradise. Remote tropical islands fringed with the beautiful Pacific Ocean and colourful coral reefs brimming with fish of all descriptions.

Their boutique cruise ship will make your tropical holiday dreams come true, with their dedicated crew ensuring that you will have the adventure of a life time. Travel to unspoilt islands, relax on unspoilt beaches, swim in pristine tropical waters and experience Vanuatu custom villages up close and personal.

Come with us on a holiday adventure on a timeless voyage of discovery through the stunningly beautiful islands of Vanuatu. Islands of fiery volcanoes, rugged rain forests, beautiful beaches and colourful coral reefs await you. Cruising a few short hours each day will enable you plenty of time to explore the many sites to see – or alternatively relax on a remote beach and enjoy the island tranquillity.

Their vessel the MV Lycianda is a small boutique cruise ship offers a relaxed and informal experience that is ideal for independent travellers, groups, families and for those looking for a comfortable way to experience the exquisitely remote Vanuatu Islands, many that cannot be reached by air and are only accessible by sea.

Vessel Features:
The 39 metres (128 feet), 385 tonne, vessel has 21 air-conditioned cabins, a 60 seat dining saloon, with DVD/video and book library, two sun decks, a cocktail bar and laundry.

All cabins have a private bathroom, vanity, hairdryer, and a view to the ocean. There are 2 accommodation decks: the Promenade deck provides views to the islands with doors opening to the sea breezes whilst the “Ocean” deck provides views from their portholes.

The
Lycianda cabins have been categorised into three areas:
* Promenade Cabins
* Ocean Cabins
* Family Cabins


Saloon Deck: 60 seat dining room, rear sun deck and cocktail bar.
Promenade Cabins (9 cabins): Are located on “A” deck. Cabin configuration comprises of a double bed, with fold out single bunk bed. The average size of each cabin is 8.5 square metres (94 square feet). Maximum occupancy is 3 persons per cabin.
Ocean Cabins (8 cabins): Are located on “Main Deck” deck. Cabin configuration comprises of a double bed, with fold out single bunk bed. The average size of each cabin is 9 square metres (101 square feet). Maximum occupancy is 3 persons per cabin.
Family Cabins (4 cabins): Are located on both decks. Cabin configuration comprises of four single bunk beds. Maximum occupancy is 4 persons per cabin. The average size of each cabin is 9 square metres (101 square feet).

Guests with Disabilities
Regrettably the ship is not equipped for people with special needs; however they will do their up most to welcome and accommodate any passenger with a physical disability.

She cruises mostly at night in order for passengers to spend a maximum of time during the day ashore exploring remote islands, swimming, snorkelling, or just relaxing with a good book.

Departure Information: Boarding time is one hour before scheduled time of departure. The ship will leave on time, any expenses
incurred by the passenger to join the ship after boarding time is borne by the passenger.
Return Information: Check out time is within one hour of arrival into port.

All cruises depart from: -
Port Vila – from the harbour in from of Namba Wan Café. Boarding time is 3.30pm for a 4pm depature.
Santo – from the Harbour front

Inclusions:
* Passenger accommodation onboard cabins with private facilities
* Cruise transportation and services
* Morning & afternoon tea
* Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
* Cruise entertainment
* Shore excursions including entrance fees
* Activities included in the cruise schedule including lectures, briefings, visual presentations
* Ship to shore transfers
* Free use of any water sport equipment (snorkeling gear, kayaks etc)
* Welcome tropical cocktail
* Captain’s cocktail night
* Port & landing fees
* 12.5% government tax plus Vanuatu tourism development levy

Extras:
* Pre & post flights
* Airport transfers
* Personal items such as laundry, beverages (other than tea/coffee/juice as provided during a meal)
* Travel insurance
* Optional tours

The experience...
Every morning will see you awake to a new piece of South Pacific paradise. Remote tropical islands fringed with the beautiful Pacific Ocean and colourful coral reefs brimming with fish of all descriptions.

Their boutique cruise ship will make your tropical holiday dreams come true, with their dedicated crew ensuring that you will have the adventure of a life time. Travel to unspoilt islands, relax on unspoilt beaches, swim in pristine tropical waters and experience Vanuatu custom villages up close and personal.

Come with us on a holiday adventure on a timeless voyage of discovery through the stunningly beautiful islands of Vanuatu. Islands of fiery volcanoes, rugged rain forests, beautiful beaches and colourful coral reefs await you. Cruising a few short hours each day will enable you plenty of time to explore the many sites to see – or alternatively relax on a remote beach and enjoy the island tranquillity.

Pacific Blue Cruises operate the MV Lycianda which is a small boutique cruise ship offering a vastly different experience to big ship cruise lines. Her small size enables her guests to travel to Vanuatu’s remote islands while still enjoying the modern world’s comforts. Air-conditioned en-suite cabins, a large dining room and bar are combined with outdoor decking areas to give you every onboard comfort, while the roomy galley allows their chef to surprise you with unique creations from the freshest local ingredients and delicacies to treat your taste buds.

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