With its friendly crew and informal atmosphere (t-shirts and shorts are the order of the day), convivial bar and partly open-air dining area, the 180-foot MV Yasawa Princess is just perfect for an intimate cruise around the remarkable atolls of the Maldives.
All meals on board are included and consist of a generous breakfast buffet, a lunchtime buffet or island picnic, and a buffet dinner. There is also a self-service tea and coffee station available all day.
A dhoni and tender accompany the Yasawa Princess, providing easy access to the various islands and sandbanks visited.
There is a fully staffed PADI dive centre on board, with a variety of courses and dive packages available - please call us for details.
There are just 28 cosy and simply-furnished cabins and four passenger decks, which offer a bar (open from midday for alcoholic drinks), restaurant, small spa area, sun deck and forward observation lounge.
Health & Fitness
The ship now also boasts a newly added aft swimming platform, so you can easily get in and out of the water.
There is a small spa area.
Kid & Teens
There are no dedicated children's facilities on board.
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