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This week at Clean Cruising we have received great offers with some cruiselines clearing their last-minute cabins, while others are sending their best deals out 6-12 months in advance. Either way, cruising has never been more affordable for your annual break.

With more cruiselines offering short weekend specials, don't forget to follow us on Facebook where we announce these immediately, plus with our office open on Saturdays and Sundays, you can get in and book your favourite cabin before anyone else!

 
Highlights from this edition...
 

Carnival Spirit Family Cruises

We've picked out 4 of the best family cruises onboard Carnival Spirit over the Xmas holidays. Not only is she the best Family Ship in Australia, but with sailings from $98pp/day and $200/cabin spending money, you can't get a better value holiday for the family than this! Call 1800 121 187 now!
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Save on Princess Relocations

Plan now for later in the year and benefit from some fantastic savings on Princess' relocation cruises. Choose from Grand Asia, or from Rome to Sydney, sail through the top of the world from Alaska to Japan or through the Pacific from San Francisco to Sydney, from only $88pp/day!
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Princess International Sale

Princess Cruises is offering some great savings for Alaska in June, the Greek Isles in November, South America in December or Scandinavia and Russia in July from as little as $89pp/day. These are peak departures at low season prices so don't delay as these cabins will book out!
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Carnival Spirit Families from $88pp/day!
6 DEC 2012
ex Sydney
10
NIGHTS
Pacific Islands
Cruise
Carnival Spirit
from $980
($98/day)
Up to $200 OBC
Layby from $21pp/week!
Cruse Details
16 DEC 2012
ex Sydney
11
NIGHTS
Pacific Islands & Fiji Cruise
Carnival Spirit
from $1,829
($166/day)
Up to $400 OBC
Layby from $53pp/week!
Cruse Details
27 DEC 2012
ex Sydney
12
NIGHTS
Pacific Islands & Fiji Cruise
Carnival Spirit
from $2,329
($194/day)
Up to $400 OBC
Layby from $70pp/week!
Cruse Details
31 JAN 2013
ex Sydney
13
NIGHTS
New Zealand
Cruise
Carnival Spirit
from $1,799
($138/day)
Up to $300 OBC
Layby from $42pp/week!
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess Relocation Cruises from $98pp/day!
 
22 SEP 2012
ex Anchorage (Whittier)
16
NIGHTS
Alaska & Far East
Cruise
Diamond Princess
From $1,405
($88/day)
Up to $75 OBC
Cruse Details
20 SEP 2012
ex San Francisco
27
NIGHTS
Hawaii Tahiti
South Pacific
Sea Princess
From $3,640
($135/day)
Up to $50 OBC
Cruse Details
12 SEP 2012
ex Sydney
40
NIGHTS
China & Japan
Cruise
Sun Princess
From $5,299
($132/day)
Up to $85 OBC
Cruse Details
17 OCT 2012
ex Rome (Civitavecchia)
47
NIGHTS
Four Continents Grand Adventure
Ocean Princess
From $8,590
($183/day)
Up to $75 OBC
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess International Cruises from $89pp/day
 
9 JUN 2012
ex Vancouver
7
NIGHTS
Voyage of the Glaciers Cruise
Diamond Princess
From $1,113
($159/day)
Up to $50 OBC
Cruse Details
28 JUL 2012
ex Copenhagen
11
NIGHTS
Scandinavia Russia Cruise
Emerald Princess
From $1,949
($177/day)
Up to $75 OBC
Cruse Details
8 NOV 2012
ex Venice
12
NIGHTS
Greek Isles Cruise
Crown Princess
From $1,340
($112/day)
Up to $75 OBC
Layby from $40pp/week!
Cruse Details
5 DEC 2012
ex San Francisco
17
NIGHTS
Andes & South America Cruise
Star Princess
From $1,510
($89/day)
Layby from $26pp/week!
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Featured Cruiseline - Princess Cruises
 

Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises is a premium British-American cruise line based in California. Of the TV series “Love Boat” fame, Princess Cruises has a contemporary fleet of nine Grand Class, five Sun Class (Panamax-size, to sail the Panama Canal), and three smaller Explorer Class vessels. These well-maintained ships offer a well-organised cruise experience with a good range of entertainment and an excellent shore excursion program.

Princess is an industry leader in Alaska/Northwest Canada (with strong pre-and post-cruise land options), and the Mexican Riviera. The breadth of itineraries is a great strength for the line, from regular routes to exotic Africa and the Far East. Princess fleet offers one of the highest percentages of balcony cabins in the industry.

Innovations are a feature with Princess. It has just rolled out its adults-only Sanctuary facility onto 214 of its fleet members. Anytime Dining is available on all ships except for the Explorer Class. The giant LED screen above the main pool presents Movies Under the Stars. The ScholarShip@Sea program is available fleetwide, with features ranging from cooking to digital photography to ceramics. Computers@sea (for a fee) teaches how to master Photoshop, HTML and Web design.

This is the first line to bring Nintendo's highly coveted Wii Fit system onboard. Passengers come from a widespread passenger demographic, as its ships vary so widely in style and services. The large and mid-range ships attract everyone from solo travellers to family groups. For a small fee cruise travellers can invite friends and relatives to visit them onboard before sailing away.

The Princess line's small ships provide a more intimate atmosphere on ships with less than 700 guests. The Pacific visits Alaska, Asia, Tahiti and Hawaii; the Royal goes to Hawaii, Tahiti, Polynesia and the South Pacific; and the Ocean has itineraries in the Mediterranean, Africa and Asia.

Dining options include a traditional dining room, two specialty restaurants, and casual grab-and-go eateries. A swimming pool, spa, casino and art gallery are available for entertainment along with a variety of bars and lounges. The staterooms are slightly smaller than those on Grand Class Ships, but larger than the accommodations on a Sun Class Ship.

The Princess Cruise Line has nine Grand Class ships. The Caribbean, Crown, Emerald, Golden, Grand and Ruby travel to the Caribbean and Mediterranean; the Diamond visits Alaska and the Mexican Riviera; the Sapphire has itineraries in Alaska, Australia and Asia; and the Star goes to the Caribbean, Europe, Canada and New England. Each ship has a casino, theater, several bars and lounges, at least four pools and an art gallery. The Lotus Spa, a lap pool and golf simulator are available for additional recreation.

These ships provide one traditional dining room where guests eat at an assigned time, and either two or four anytime dining rooms. Specialty dining locations include an Italian restaurant and a steakhouse; a pizza bar, ice cream bar and wine bar are available for a quick bite. All but the Sapphire and Diamond ships have an on-deck Movies Under the Stars Theater.

Staterooms include a refrigerator, television, 24-hour room service and a private bathroom. Interior rooms and oceanview rooms range from 160 to 194 square feet; oceanview rooms with balconies are 214 to 307 square feet; mini-suites are 323 to 354 square feet; and suites are 461 to 706 square feet. Select ships have Grand Suites with a bedroom, sitting room, dining area, private balcony, wet bar and whirlpool tub in more than 1,200 square feet of space.

Princess Cruise Line's Sun Class cruise ships are slightly smaller than their Grand Class counterparts. The Sea and Island travel to Alaska, Mexico and the Panama Canal; the Dawn and Sun are based in Australia; and the Coral has itineraries in Alaska and the Panama Canal. These ships have two, three or four pools and each has a Lotus Spa, fitness area, digital golf simulators, a Princess theater with Broadway-style shows, art gallery and casino.

The Dawn, Sea and Island ships have on-deck Movies Under the Stars theaters. The Dawn, Sea and Sun provide one traditional restaurant and one specialty steakhouse. The Island and Coral ships give guests the options of traditional and anytime dining as well as two specialty restaurants.

All Sun Class ships have a variety of casual dining options. Stateroom amenities on the Sun Class ships are the same as those in the Grand Class, though the rooms are slightly smaller.

Call us to book one of these amazing Princess cruises on 1800 121 187.
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