Mystique Princess Entertainment
Onboard entertainment is limited to the crew singing island melodies around the Sky Deck bar or to watching movies in the cabin. An evening spent at Nanuya Lai Lai, Blue Lagoon's private island, features on shore singing, dancing and a comical, passenger talent contest.
Mystique Princess Public Rooms
The burl-paneled, Yasawa Observation Lounge is a refreshingly cool place to kick back, sink into a cushy loveseat and take in tropical landscapes through a wall of forward-facing windows. The lounge, however, is rarely used. When not frolicking on the beach, passengers usually nap in their cabins or relax on two small aft sun decks. The upper Sky Deck offers a large teakwood sunning area supplied with white plastic lounge chairs and tables. The Sky Deck bar is the favored gathering spot for pre-dinner cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. The sun decks are doubly popular, as smoking is only allowed outside and not permitted in cabins or public rooms.
The decks are linked by an aft, outdoor stairway and by a central indoor staircase. A boutique featuring logo T-shirts and hats, sunscreen and travel books is tucked behind the reception desk, located in the foyer. A self-service laundry room can be found opposite cabin 23 on Main Deck. The complementary facility (soap too) has two washers, two dryers, ironing boards and irons.
Mystique Princess Spa & Fitness
Mystique Princess has no pool or workout facilities onboard, but with daily stops at idyllic islands there's no lack of exercise. The possibilities include swimming, snorkeling, scuba, boating and hiking. Kayaks and spy boards (floats with peek holes) are available free of charge on Nanuya Lai Lai. Beach mats and towels are provided.