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Get away on the Sea Princess enjoying 11 relaxing nights on this Fijian Jewels Cruise to South Pacific. The voyage starts out from Brisbane and calls into 5 ports in 4 countries before returning to Brisbane. Your 4 star cruise from Princess Cruises has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Fri 19 Dec 2014 Brisbane, Australia 4.00pm
Fijian Jewels Cruise Portside Wharf Cruise Terminal at Hamilton, up-river and 6 km from the CBD, is accessed by ships that clear the twin Gateway Bridges and less than 270m in length. Pacific Dawn sails year-round from here to the South Pacific, Great Barrier Reef, New Zealand, and PNG. Pacific Aria is based here in summer months, and replaced by Pacific Eden from November 2016. Sun and Sea Princess, and Legend of the Seas also use Portwide Wharf in their itineraies. Larger vessels berth at the Port of Brisbane where the river enters Moreton Bay, 20 km from the CBD. In early 2016 P&O’s Aurora and Arcadia, and Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary II begin sectors of their world cruises in Brisbane. This semi-tropical city, situated on the Brisbane River, is the capital of the Sunshine State.

A day’s trip away are the Sunshine and Gold Coasts with their beautiful hinterlands, and the famous Australia Zoo. In the CBD take a free bus around past heritage landmarks, such as the historic Windmill and the Old Commissariat Store, some built by convicts in 1828. Do visit the newly-restored City Hall. Across the river from the CBD is South Bank, with its sandy beach and eateries, Gallery of Modern Art, Museum & Science Centre, Piazza and ferry terminal. Take a CityCat upstream to view river-side parklands, the University of Queensland, and Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary (a world top-ten zoo). Feed and handle the animals, home to koalas, kangaroos, Australian birds, Tasmanian devils, wombats, dingoes and reptiles. Be photographed cuddling a koala or a python. Climb the Story Bridge at dusk, it’s fantastic.

Take a bus to Mount Coot-tha and take in a 300 degree view of the entire city, while visiting the interesting cafes. The Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a great vantage point to see the Brisbane River and city buildings, while those wanting ‘action’ can go rock climbing and abseiling with the Riverlife Adventure Centre. Meet with the local aboriginal tribe, Mirrabooka, and share in rich Aboriginal culture presented by the Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers in the natural bushland of Kangaroo Point.

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2 Sat 20 Dec 2014 At Sea
3 Sun 21 Dec 2014 At Sea
4 Mon 22 Dec 2014 Lifou, New Caledonia 7.00am 4.00pm
Fijian Jewels Cruise Lifou is the largest of the Loyalty Islands, a north-eastern Province of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France, in the Pacific Ocean. Kanak culture is most present in Lifou, which has managed to preserve its own traditional authenticity. The welcoming people receive visitors as favoured guests. The island's natural wealth, consisting of long, deserted beaches, and crystal-clear lagoons, make snorkelling and scuba diving very popular. With multi-coloured sea life and coral fauna not found anywhere else in the world, this is not surprising. Get your camera ready to take photos of the deceptively-fast majestic turtles that roam these waters.

With rocks such as the Cliffs of Jokin rising like legendary fortresses, invigorating walks such as the 30-minute walk to the Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel on the headland are great ways to enjoy a wealth of glorious landscapes. Visit the local marketplace, and learn about the residents' imaginary environment filled with myths and legends. If possible get permission to visit the main 'hut' of the Hnathalo tribe, with its huge open fireplace that is set in a garden behind the chief's house. A visit to the Mucaweng Vanilla Plantation set within a beautiful forest is also very popular.

Lifou's beaches are also popular destinations for watersports such as canoeing, windsurfing and sailing. You can hire single canoes from $16 per person per hour and this is a great way to view the enormous cliffs from below. Other places of interest include: Luengoni Bay - on the east coast - home to a stunning turquoise lagoon with a spectacular coral rock emerging from its depths; Lifou's caves which include the Grotto D'Avio with its 4km-long stalactites and jade waterhole; and the Devil's Cave, near the village of Tingeting, which has three huge interlinked caverns.

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5 Tue 23 Dec 2014 Santo (Luganville), Vanuatu 10.00am 7.00pm
Fijian Jewels Cruise Santo is the largest island in Vanuatu. It belongs to the archipelago of the New Hebrides in the Pacific region of Melanesia, and is home to Vanuatu's highest peak, the 1,879 m Mount Tabwemasana. The town of Luganville, on Santo's SE coast, is Vanuatu's second-largest settlement, and the provincial capital. The island is possibly best known for its renowned diving and snorkelling spot, Million Dollar Point, where visitors can 'feel' the US and Allied forces’ presence from WWII. This equipment grave, including tractors, aeroplanes and millions of 7-Up and Coca-Cola bottles lined up on the seabed, makes for an unforgettable experience.

There are also many reefs and beautiful beaches to visit. The main road – wide enough to accommodate four army trucks – is home to interesting shopping at all-in-one stores, as well as tourist boutiques, crafts markets, local restaurants, and most importantly, friendly faces. Activities include tours to villages, riding a horse along a tropical beach, trekking through exotic jungle, taking a buggy tour to visit coconut plantations, and paddling a dugout or a kayak. You could hire a cab, scooter, or taxi, to explore the island at you own pace, and even visit a cave or grab a rod and catch a fish.



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6 Wed 24 Dec 2014 At Sea
7 Thu 25 Dec 2014 Nadi, Fiji 7.00am 5.00pm
Fijian Jewels Cruise Nadi, known as the 'gateway to Fiji', is the third largest centre in Fiji. It is popular among travellers seeking to take ferries to island resorts in Fiji's western Mamanuca Group of islands. Nadi Town is tourist oriented and a great place to experience, while Namaka, near to the international airport, is also renowned for its shopping. Other places of interest include Sri Siva Subramaniva Temple, the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere, with a range of sacred statues of Indian influence. Visit the Waqadra Botanical Gardens, and the Sleeping Giant Gardens which house Raymond Burr's magnificent orchid collection. One may then choose to take an easy 33 km side trip to Lautoka, Fiji's second largest city, a genteel contrast to Nadi.

Denaurau Island is just a matter of minutes away across a short bridge, and whisks you from the Third World into the First World, with its shopping complex at Port Denaurau. You can take long walks on the beautiful warm water beach, play volleyball or simply enjoy swimming. There are a range of organised day trips on which you could visit the Nausori Highlands or the Sabeto River Valley. Also on offer is some great diving, with a wide variety of dive sites including wall dives, swim-throughs, caves, canyons, and picturesque reef dives. Take a helicopter or hire a boat and enjoy many beautiful islands. Nadi certainly lives up to its reputation of 'the most often visited Fijian city'.



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8 Fri 26 Dec 2014 Suva, Fiji 7.00am 4.00pm
Fijian Jewels Cruise Suva is the capital and largest city of Fiji is perched on a hilly peninsula between Laucala Bay and Suva Harbour in the SE corner of the island of Viti Levu. It is a beautiful tropical city full of colour and diverse cultures. Although it is the only place in Fiji where you will see buildings taller than palm trees, local folk traditions such as fire walks, welcoming ceremonies, wood-carving and the fabrication of tree-bark cloth, remain strong. Hire a taxi for the day or take a tour and enjoy its tall modern buildings which are beautifully balanced by rich traditional colonial architecture. Interestingly, restaurants offer a great selection of cuisines including Chinese, Indian, traditional Fijian and European.

Well-known landmarks worth visiting include Suva City Library, Government House, the official residence of the President, the largest University in the South Pacific Islands, and the Fijian Museum that . There are also numerous parks such as theThurston Gardens which house the new Takashi Suzuki Garden, and Apted Park with its picturesque location at Suva Point. Albert Park, made famous when Charles Kingsford-Smith made an emergency landing here on his 1928 trans-Pacific flight, also attracts many visitors. Then there’s the Fiji Museum that displays archaeological findings dating back 3500 years, as well as cultural objects reflecting the Fijian manner of life during the past 100 years.

Colo-l-Suva Forest Park offers hiking trails, swimming and bird watching. Along with its modern shopping plazas, and the vibrant and colourful shopping area of Cumming Street, is the sprawling complex of municipal markets near the waterfront where you will find an assortment of artefacts and handicrafts. For those who love shopping, a visit to the air-conditioned shopping mall of Tappoo City is essential, though others may prefer to bargain for artefacts at the Municipal Handicraft Centre.

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9 Sat 27 Dec 2014 At Sea
10 Sun 28 Dec 2014 At Sea
11 Mon 29 Dec 2014 At Sea
12 Tue 30 Dec 2014 Brisbane, Australia 7.00am
Fijian Jewels Cruise Portside Wharf Cruise Terminal at Hamilton, up-river and 6 km from the CBD, is accessed by ships that clear the twin Gateway Bridges and less than 270m in length. Pacific Dawn sails year-round from here to the South Pacific, Great Barrier Reef, New Zealand, and PNG. Pacific Aria is based here in summer months, and replaced by Pacific Eden from November 2016. Sun and Sea Princess, and Legend of the Seas also use Portwide Wharf in their itineraies. Larger vessels berth at the Port of Brisbane where the river enters Moreton Bay, 20 km from the CBD. In early 2016 P&O’s Aurora and Arcadia, and Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary II begin sectors of their world cruises in Brisbane. This semi-tropical city, situated on the Brisbane River, is the capital of the Sunshine State.

A day’s trip away are the Sunshine and Gold Coasts with their beautiful hinterlands, and the famous Australia Zoo. In the CBD take a free bus around past heritage landmarks, such as the historic Windmill and the Old Commissariat Store, some built by convicts in 1828. Do visit the newly-restored City Hall. Across the river from the CBD is South Bank, with its sandy beach and eateries, Gallery of Modern Art, Museum & Science Centre, Piazza and ferry terminal. Take a CityCat upstream to view river-side parklands, the University of Queensland, and Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary (a world top-ten zoo). Feed and handle the animals, home to koalas, kangaroos, Australian birds, Tasmanian devils, wombats, dingoes and reptiles. Be photographed cuddling a koala or a python. Climb the Story Bridge at dusk, it’s fantastic.

Take a bus to Mount Coot-tha and take in a 300 degree view of the entire city, while visiting the interesting cafes. The Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a great vantage point to see the Brisbane River and city buildings, while those wanting ‘action’ can go rock climbing and abseiling with the Riverlife Adventure Centre. Meet with the local aboriginal tribe, Mirrabooka, and share in rich Aboriginal culture presented by the Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers in the natural bushland of Kangaroo Point.

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Sea Princess is based in Sydney from April 2016.after returning from her Cherry Blossom cruise of 42 nights around SE and E Asia. In April 2016 Sea Princess makes a 35-night round trip from Sydney that stops at Tonga, Samoa, Hawaii (5 ports), French Polynesia (3 ports) and New Zealand. In May each year Sea Princess begins a World Cruise. Embark and disembark from many ports in Australia or Auckland. These cruises have excellent itineraries, including the Baltic Sea and South America, and both intriguing canals, Suez and Panama. A range of sectors gives many options for shorter cruises. Princess Cruises organises on-shore tours that can be booked before sailing or during the cruise. For some voyages pre- and post-cruises tours are available to extend your stay in major ports.

Accommodation
There are six main categories of staterooms - Suites with balcony, Mini-Suites with balcony, Balcony, Oceanview Deluxe, Oceanview, and Interior – and 28 grades, which give a broad choice according to guests’ needs of space and price. All cabins have pleasing décor and reasonable storage space, satellite TV, refrigerator, and 24-hour room service. Fresh fruit (by request), evening bed turn-down, bathroom lotions, and bathrobes (by request) come with every stateroom. Standard cabins are well-designed and functional. Some cabins accommodate a third and even a fourth person. Generally twin beds can be made up into a queen-size bed. Bedding is top quality. There are no interconnecting or single cabins. There are many wheelchair-accessible cabins, and guests with disabilities are well catered for. An in-cabin dining menu is available 24-hours.

Food and Dining
There are two main dining rooms (no Anytime Dining), and dinner is served in two set sittings in each dining room with the same waitstaff and assigned tables and tablemates. Dress code is smart casual, and on cruises longer than three days dress for a formal night for every week of sailing. Breakfast and lunch are provided in an open seating arrangement. (Of course a continental breakfast can be delivered to your stateroom, and there is a stateroom menu.) The alternative eating venue is Stirling Steakhouse (extra charge, reservations) for really good steak and barbecued chicken. Passengers booked in cabins with balconies can order several special, romantic meals to be served restaurant-style on the verandah - Ultimate Balcony Dining (cover charge).

Entertainment
In the evening having two show lounges (both theatre and cabaret style) is a great way to give passengers more entertainment choices. During her 2009 refurbishment additions included a Movies Under the Stars screen in the main pool area for new movie releases, sporting events and concert videos. Adults have their own private sunbathing area, the Sanctuary, at the front of the ship. Add seven bars and lounges, nightclub and dance floors, and the casino, to the list of evening options. Alternatively, just stroll around and shop duty-free, or for a quiet time retire to the Library/Card Room or Internet Café. Weddings are officiated by the Captain.

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Get away on the Sea Princess enjoying 11 relaxing nights on this Fijian Jewels Cruise to South Pacific. When: Ship: Sea Princess Category: Cruise Cabins from $ per person
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Cruise summary

Cruise: Fijian Jewels Cruise
Duration: 11 nights
Ship: Sea Princess
Star rating:
Departs: Brisbane
Returns: Brisbane
Ports of call: 5
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • Defence Force (active and ex-serving) onboard credit program (ADF & NZDF)
  • AUD in/out Australia
  • REST & RELAXATION
  • Piazza-style Atrium
  • Shops duty free
  • COMPLIMENTARY DINING
  • Main dining room
  • Traditional Dining
  • 24-h Room Service, Menu complimentary
  • Formal dining (1/week) (rental wear)
  • COVER CHARGE DINING
  • Ultimate Balcony Dining
  • Chef’s Table (for 10) (not in Australia)
  • Stirling Steakhouse
  • CASUAL DINING
  • Horizon Court
  • Pizzeria (poolside)
  • Burger & Hot Dog Grill (poolside)
  • Ice Cream Bar
  • English Pub Lunch
  • Chocolate Journeys (new)
  • Internet café
  • Pâtisserie
  • Soda, coffee packages
  • Afternoon tea; Cookies & milk in Piazza
  • Special diet requests (order ahead)
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Show lounges (2)
  • Lounges, bars, nightclub, disco, dance floors
  • Movies Under the Stars
  • Onboard games, parties, tours
  • Casino
  • ScholarShip@Sea enrichment courses
  • Library, writing room
  • Art, photo, video gallery
  • Celebration packages
  • Weddings (enquire)
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Pools (3)
  • Whirlpools Spas (6)
  • The Sanctuary adult oasis (pay)
  • Fitness Centre, jogging track, Zumba classes
  • Lotus Spa & Fitness
  • Japanese bath
  • Ultimate Ship Tour (pay)
  • Sports court & table games
  • Shuffleboard
  • UNDER 18
  • Youth Remix Center (3-12y)
  • Teen Lounge (13-17y)
  • Kids-only Dinners
  • Pelicans (3-7 y centre)
  • Shockwaves (8-12 y centre)
  • Group kidsitting (3-12 y, pay)
  • Port Days activities
  • Children with special needs
  • Video arcade
  • OTHER
  • Medical centre (pay private rate, no Medicare)
  • No tipping, bar charges ex Australia
  • ATM on board (costly)
  • Internet, Wi-Fi (pay)
  • Mobile phone at sea (pay provider)
  • Laundromats self-serve
  • 220, 110 V cabin power
  • Wheelchair cabins, service animals
  • No wheelchair access to The Sanctuary
  • Daily newsletter

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Australia: Gratuities for Sun and Dawn Princess departures, and Sea Princess departing and returning to Australia.
  • All main meals on-board
  • Coffee, tea & milk 24 hrs
  • Oplen/anytime dining (not in Australia)
  • Traditional/set time & multi-venue dining
  • Cocktail or champagne reception
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Complimentary mini-bar setup (Suites)
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Kids clubs & teen programs (3-17 yrs most ships)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Onboard newsletter
  • Port maps and/or guide books
  • Destination seminars and/or lectures
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues
  • Room service menu items (unless specified)
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Outside Australia: Service charge USD 11.50 (suites USD 12) pp/night all ages. Adjust or remove on board.
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Outside Australia Service charge: bar and wine 15%
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Laundry services (Complimentary for Suites & Elite Capltain's Circle
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Childcare night services (3-12 yrs, 10pm-1am)

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