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Cruises from New Zealand & all New Zealand cruises for 2017-2018-2019 

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New Zealand’s two main islands (about the size of Italy) lie in the SW Pacific to the SE of Australia. Its European, Maori and Pacific Islander population lives in a peaceful, developed, urban-cum-farming world noted for its varied geographical regions. Between the semi-tropical north with its active volcanism and thermal springs, and craggy snow-capped mountains and glaciers in the south, are long sandy beaches and rolling farmlands. Enter the 15 km long Milford Sound, surrounded by sheer rock faces that rise 1,200 metres, acclaimed as New Zealand's most famous tourist destination. Visit the beautiful ‘Scottish’ City of Dunedin, the ‘French’ Akaroa, ‘Art Deco’ Napier, the bubbling mud pools of Rotorua, and the sub-tropical wonder-world of the Bay of (144) Islands.

About 20 cruise ships will visit New Zealand in the coming year, mostly during the warmer southern months from October to April. P&O Australia, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Holland America Line and Celebrity all serve this growing market. Most cruises start (or end) from a port on the east coast of Australia (and may include a number of Australian ports). The mid-size ships of Crystal, Regent Seven Seas, Oceania, Seabourn and Silversea cruise lines add a touch of luxury to the land scenery.

Larger ‘family’ ships offer 10 to 14 night round-trip cruises out of Australian east coast ports (with some terminating in NZ and others returning to Fremantle on Australia’s west coast). All of the smaller luxury lines include NZ in the southern summer. Seven Seas Mariner (Auckland to French Polynesia) and Ocean Princess (French Polynesia to Singapore) offer longer voyages. Note that New Zealand is included in sectors of many World Cruises (Cunard, P&O, Princess).



Top 10 Daily Deals for New Zealand Cruises

Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

31

OCT 17

4

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Auckland


Ret: Sydney

$429

$107

28

AUG 17

4

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Auckland

$429

$107

13

NOV 18

10

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Melbourne


Ret: Melbourne

$1,250

$125

17

JAN 18

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Auckland


Ret: Sydney

$1,795

$128

4

FEB 18

12

NIGHTS

Up to $500 OBC

Dep: Melbourne


Ret: Melbourne

$1,599

$133

16

DEC 17

11

NIGHTS

Up to $400 OBC

Dep: Melbourne


Ret: Melbourne

$1,499

$136

26

NOV 17

13

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Sydney

$1,799

$138

30

NOV 17

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Sydney

$1,954

$140

9

DEC 17

12

NIGHTS

Dep: Auckland


Ret: Sydney

$1,689

$141

31

JAN 18

13

NIGHTS

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Sydney

$1,832

$141

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