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Last week's cruise sale was a huge success with many of you being able to take advantage of the half price deposits & bonus onboard spending money. These cruise sales occur throughout the year & with whispers of another planned for the end of July be sure to keep an eye out in coming newsletters for details.

We are delighted to welcome a new senior consultant to our growing team at Clean Cruising. Christie Gowan joined us this week, bringing over 12 years travel industry experience & a passion for travel & itinerary planning. With a heavily stamped passport Christie will be sure to give clients informed & knowledgeable advice as well as being a great asset to our experienced team. Now let's check out this week's cruise specials below!

 
Highlights from this edition...
 

50% Deposits + Bonus OBC

This week P&O Cruises are continuing their fantastic Spring clearances. Cruise the South Pacific, with all meals, kids clubs & accommodation included from only $114/day, PLUS up to $100 spending money per cabin! Cruise from Brisbane on Pacific Dawn or Sydney aboard Pacific Jewel or Pacific Pearl & experience New Caledonia, Fiji or Vanuatu at extraordinary prices. Call 1800 121 187 for details.
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Holland America Upgrades

Is cruising the Panama or visiting South America on your bucket list? Holland America are making these destinations easier to experience with Panama cruises from $110/day or FREE upgrade offers aboard the Veendam from Buenos Aires. Cruises closer to home include FREE Upgrades aboard the Oosterdam departing Sydney this January. Call our full serviced agency to book.
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Princess from only $86/day

With many amazing itineraries & tax returns upon us what better time to book your future Princess Cruises holiday. Take advantage of our layby plans & work out flexible payments. Visit Japan during Cherry Blossom session this April & save up to 45%, layby Tahiti & Hawaii from only $125p/w or stay closer to home with NZ cruises departing Brisbane from $86/day. Cabins selling fast!
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Local P&O Last Minute Clearance + up to $100 obc
29 SEP 2012
ex Brisbane
7
NIGHTS
Week Fantastique
Pacific Dawn
from $1,099
($157/day)
Up to $50 OBC
Cruse Details
6 OCT 2012
ex Brisbane
9
NIGHTS
Island Adventure Cruise
Pacific Dawn
from $1,449
($161/day)
Up to $100 OBC
Cruse Details
24 SEP 2012
ex Sydney
10
NIGHTS
Pacific Sensation Cruise
Pacific Jewel
from $1,199
($120/day)
Up to $100 OBC
Cruse Details
9 NOV 2012
ex Sydney
14
NIGHTS
Fiji Adventure
Pacific Pearl
from $1,599
($114/day)
Up to $100 OBC
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Great Specials + Free Upgrades
 
9 NOV 2012
ex Fort Lauderdale
10
NIGHTS
Panama Canal Cruise
Zuiderdam
From $1,098
($110/day)
 
 
Cruse Details
20 Oct 2012
ex Hong Kong
20
NIGHTS
Grand Asia & Aust
Amsterdam
From $2,999
($150/day)
 
 
Cruse Details
2 JAN 2013
ex Sydney
10
NIGHTS
Pacific Treasures Cruise
Oosterdam
From $1,479
($148/day)
Up to $50 OBC
Layby $79p/w
Cruse Details
5 MAR 2013
ex Buenos Aires
13
NIGHTS
South America Cruise
Veendam
From $1,698
($131/day)
Free Upgrade
Layby $38p/w
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess from $86/day
 
18 NOV 2012
ex Brisbane
14
NIGHTS
New Zealand Cruise
Sun Princess
From $1,210
($86/day)
Up to $75 OBC
 
Cruse Details
18 OCT 2012
ex Sydney
33
NIGHTS
Round Australia & NZ
Sea Princess
From $3,382
($102/day)
Up to $75 OBC
 
Cruse Details
15 APR 2013
ex Sydney
34
NIGHTS
Hawaii & Tahiti Cruise
Sea Princess
From $4,990
($147/day)
Layby $125p/w
 
Cruse Details
6 MAR 2013
ex Sydney
40
NIGHTS
Cherry Blossom Cruise
Sea Princess
From $5,990
($150/day)
Up to $75 OBC
Layby $196p/w
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess Ports - Journeys big & small
 

Experience ports of Princess Cruises
Sea, Sun, Dawn and Diamond Princess operate from Australasian ports on regional and world voyages. Princess Cruises is a premium British-American cruise line based in California. The breadth of itineraries is a great strength for the line, from regular routes to exotic Asia and the Far East.

Dunedin The principal city of the Otago Region of New Zealand. It was founded in 1848 by Scottish migrants, and today the city still contains many Scottish relics, including a statue of the Scottish Bard Robbie Burns. Dunedin is a vibrant city surrounded by a giant outdoor playground. Dunedin, or the Quirky Capital – named after its quirky annual events – is packed with historic architecture, cafes, bars, art galleries and New Zealand designer fashion. A city tour ending at The Otago Settlers Museum will uncover the tales of those who settled in Dunedin from early Maori, Scottish pioneers and Chinese gold miners. Definitely do not leave without taking note of Baldwin Street, officially named the world's steepest street by the Guinness Book of Records.

Honolulu The birthplace of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the Unites States, Honolulu is the cultural, industrial, commercial, and governmental centre of Hawaii, with Waikiki Beach the epicentre of the tourist industry. It is a thriving world-class city, with nearly one million people in its metropolitan area. Oahu is the most popular of the Hawaiian Islands and it is easy to understand why there as there is so much to do in this southernmost major U.S. city. While most of us are aware that the beaches around Honolulu are exquisite and include the world famous Waikiki Beach as well as Kahaloa and Ulukou Beaches that offer superb swimming and plenty of activities for the whole family, the city is packed with sights, activities, and tourist attractions to be explored. Places that could well make up your short list are: the excellent Honolulu Zoo where animals wander around at will and includes a petting zoo, the beautifully restored 19th century Iolani palace, and a free visit to the Royal Hawaiian Hotel that is a fascinating landmark of Waikki Beach.

Bora Bora An island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia and is possibly the most famous island in the world, as the mysteries and romance associated with the words 'Bora Bora' bring an almost mystical presence to the island. art of the allure has to be its almost unbelievable beauty. Two towering peaks of sheer black rock dominate the centre of the island and make an impressive backdrop to an assortment of blue waters that will dazzle the eyes. Bora Bora is predestined for snorkelling and scuba diving in and around its lagoon, its most treasured feature, while you can also jet ski, windsurf, or simply bask in its warmth! Many species of sharks and rays inhabit the surrounding body of water, and there are a few dive operators on the island offering manta ray, and shark-feeding dives.

Nagasaki The City, on the island of Kyushu in Japan, lies at the heart of Nagasaki-hanto Peninsula, and is a port city that developed itself up along the steep slope of a mountain, while it also stretched horizontally to hug the Nagasaki Gulf. Nagaski is best known for being the second and to date last city in the world to be subject to nuclear attack. Reminders of this fact are reflected in the many sights tourists visit in connection with this disaster. These include the Nagasaki Peace Park and nearby Atomic bomb Hypocentre, Atomic Bomb Museum, Museum of History and Culture, Atomic Bomb Hypocentre, and the National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims, all of which are designed to appeal to the desire for peace in the world.

Hong Kong Situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and the South China Sea, is a kaleidoscope of life, a sophisticated fusion of East and West, a city of diversity where new and old meet at every turn. Hong Kong offers a host of memorable tourist attractions within its compact area, with The Peak, Victoria Harbour and the Giant Buddha among the most awe-inspiring. Experience the culture, perhaps by visiting the Heritage Museum, that makes Hong Kong unique. If staying overnight then take advantage of the wonderful sunset/night harbour cruises which usually include a delightful dinner. Shorter day-time cruises include the Pink Dolphin Watching cruise, while there are numerous tours which present delightful sights of Hong Kong. Take a half day tour of the island for an overall picture, visit Ocean Park (a Buddhist Monastery), Kowloon and the new territories, Long Island, or Hong Kong Disneyland Theme Park. You could even choose to make a simulated flight landing in Kai Tak in Hong Kong.

Noumea The capital city of the French Territory of New Caledonia. It lies on the south of the country's main island Grande Terre. Noumea enjoys a sunny, moderate climate, similar to that of the south of France, and truly is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, where the South Pacific meets the Riviera. The city maintains much of New Caledonia's unique mix of French and old Melanesian culture, while the U.S. wartime military influence lingers. This is evidenced both in the warmth that many New Caledonian people feel towards the U.S., as well as some of the very 'American' names of several of the quarters of the city. Noumea has excellent museums, restaurants, designer boutiques, markets and shopping areas, which you are sure to enjoy, here in the Paris of the Pacific.

To experience one or more of these beautiful destinations aboard Princess Cruises call us on 1800 121 187.
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