Lautoka (Fiji)

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Lautoka cruise port

Region
Australia - New Zealand - Pacific Ocean Islands

Locode
FJLTK

Coordinates
-17.60145 S, 177.44231 E

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Lautoka is the 2nd largest port city of Fiji (after Suva), located to the west of Viti Levu Island and approx 24 km (15 ml) north of Nadi. Lautoka is in the heart of sugar cane growing region/ Famous as "Sugar City", Lautoka covers land area of 16 km2 (6 ml2) and has population over 50,000.

Port Lautoka (Fiji) cruise port

City's main Sugar Mill was opened in 1903, and is currently the biggest employer. Built between 1899-1903 for Colonial Sugar Refining Company (Australian company founded 1855), today Sugar Mill employs around 1300 workers. Other major industries include clothing manufacturing, timber milling, brewery, distillery, blending, jewellery, steelworks, hatchery, paints, construction, fishing.


Highlights: Coral atolls, Firewalkers, beaches

Port Lautoka cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Lautoka, Fiji. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

DayShipArrivalDeparture
22 September, 2018
Saturday
Princess Cruises Cruises cruise lineMajestic Princess07:0018:00
24 September, 2018
Monday
Compagnie du Ponant Cruises cruise lineL'Austral
25 September, 2018
Tuesday
Compagnie du Ponant Cruises cruise lineL'Austral

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