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Mogs Travels: Yasawa Princess

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Yasawa Princess

We booked our holiday on the Yasawa Princess through The Travel Collection which is our favourite holiday company. Click on the link for all the details. We spent two weeks on her doing both the north and south cruises. I did the boat a disservice saying it was a bit basic, I love it!

As previously mentioned we were nearly locked out of our room the first night. We got in eventually with the help of four crew! Our wonky lock was replaced the following morning. The cabins are fine, not particularly big but comfy.

There were only 14 passengers each week, which apparently is about average, and 25 crew to look after us and run the boat. With such small numbers we really gelled as a group, which added to the holiday. The crew looked after us really well especially on the BBQ nights when they took generators and fairy lights, a disco and all the food, booze, cutlery, crockery etc to an island for food dancing limbo and races!

Elvie

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4 Comments:

At October 12, 2009 at 11:33 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Elvie

After doing loads of research on the Yasawa Princess and finally taking the plunge on Friday and booking for 2 weeks in January 2010 I have now found your Blog page, and how amazing are your photos. Thank you so much for sharing them as it looks even better than I had imagined.
Did your husband manage to fish everyday/night? as that would make my husbands day if he could.
Sheila

 
At October 12, 2009 at 12:08 PM , Blogger Mr and Mrs Mogs said...

Hi Sheila, glad you like the blog! There were organised fishing trips on the dhoni two evenings a week which was when most of the bigger fish were caught but you can fish off the back of the Yasawa Princess every night if you wish. Handlines are provided but LB took a light travel rod, some 4oz weights and mackerel feathers. The crew tend to use very light weights which weren't so good when the tide was running.

Elvie

 
At October 13, 2009 at 11:25 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Elvie, I know one who person is going to be VERY happy at that news, I can see him organising a travel rod as I type!!!
Sheila

 
At January 13, 2010 at 12:15 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Evie
We found your information on fishing and were excited. What do you think my husband should take. He does have a travel rod. We would love to know what your husband caught and what breaking strain line he used. Many thanks
Patricia. patricia.heselden@sky.com

 

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