04 November 2023

Due to a significant increase in fuel prices, as of the 1st of November, South Sea Cruises has made the decision to implement a fuel surcharge to take effect for customers travelling onboard our Resort Connection services only from Friday 10th of November 2023, and until further notice.

The fuel surcharges apply as of 10 November 2023 and are as follows: 

  • Resort Connections customers travelling to Serenity, Beachcomber, South Sea Island, Treasure, Mana and Tadrai, Castaway, Malolo, Lkuliku and Tropica - F$15 per adult / F$10 per child (5-15 years) for each one-way sector.
  • Resort Connections customers travelling to Matamanoa, Sheraton Tokoriki and Tokoriki Island Resort - F$20 per adult / F$15 per child (5-15 years) for each one-way sector.
  • Resort Connections customers travelling to all Yasawa Island Resorts (including Vomo) - F$25 per adult / F$20 child (5-15 years) for each one-way sector.
  • Awesome Adventures Fiji Packages or Pass customers - F$25 per person.
  • Day Trip customers travelling to the Yasawa Islands, including Yasawa Explorer, Ultimate Encounters Snorkel with sharks and Barefoot Kuata - F$25 per adult/ F$20 per child (5-15yrs) for each one-way sector.

Customers travelling on all other Day Trip are currently exempt from paying the fuel surcharge due to the shorter travel distances or operating with less reliance on fuel than our transfer services.

Customers travelling with us from Port Denarau will be asked to pay their applicable fuel surcharge for all future sectors booked whilst at check-in.
Customers who are only travelling with us on an inbound sector from their island resort (or local community) will be asked to pay the fuel surcharge upon boarding our vessels and before they return to Port Denarau.
Customers can choose to either pay the fuel surcharge via cash, international debit or credit card  (noting that international cards do attract an administration fee of between 2.5% - 3%).

Terms & Conditions are noted as follows “South Sea Cruises reserves the right to alter prices, apply a fuel surcharge, cancel departures, arrange alternative transport, and vary itineraries and services if necessary.”