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We have more exciting cruise news this week with P&O Cruises confirming it will add two more ships to its ranks in 2015, to make it the largest fleet of cruise ships home-ported in Australia. The two ships, Ryndam and Statendam, will be transferred from Holland America Line & will be completely refurbished to offer a new level of comfort & style that will include features tailored for Australian & New Zealand passengers. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and newsletters, as full details will be announced in coming months.

In other news, we're excited to announce our Exclusive Princess Cruises 7 Day Sale. Secure a cabin on a local departure, 7 days or longer and receive 50% reduced deposits plus EXTRA onboard spending money, in addition to the current discounted prices on offer. Take advantage of these amazing bonuses and book your next family holiday or a relaxing getaway with someone special. Call today on 1800 121 187.
 
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Local Last Minute Savings

Feel like you need a break? This week we've selected 4 amazing last minute cruise deals to help you escape the Winter chills. Depart either Sydney or Brisbane and experience the warmth of the South Pacific from only $95/day or stay closer to home and visit the sunshine state aboard Rhapsody of the Seas. With limited availability you'll have to be quick - Call our team on 1800 121 187!
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Princess Cruises 7 Day Sale

Receive up to $100 onboard spending money on ALL local Princess cruises, 7 nights or longer. To make booking a cabin even easier we have also taken 50% off the regular deposit, that's deposits from only $100pp. Experience Princess itineraries departing from Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney or Singapore. On sale for 7 days only so call our Princess cruise specialist on 1800 121 187!
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Princess Cruises New Voyages

Princess Cruises are proud to announce 4 fantastic new voyages on sale now! From China & Japan to the Indian Ocean & South Africa, these voyages will give you experiences and memories that will last a life time. Sailing aboard the Sun Princess and Dawn Princess, they are sure to offer a truly unique adventure. With flexible layby plans from $43/wk you can make one of these cruises a reality.
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Amazing Last Minute Deals
29 JUN 2014
ex Brisbane
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Pacific Island Hopper Cruise
Pacific Jewel
from $889
($127/day)
Up to $50 OBC
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12 AUG 2014
ex Sydney
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Pacific Island
Cruise
Carnival Spirit
from $759
($95/day)
Up to $400 OBC
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11 SEP 2014
ex Sydney
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Getaway to Mare
Cruise
Pacific Jewel
from $899
($112/day)
50% Deposit
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28 OCT 2014
ex Sydney
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Queensland
Cruise
Rhapsody of the Seas
from $1,158
($105/day)
Selling Fast
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*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess Cruise Sale Week - 50% Deposits
24 NOV 2014
ex Brisbane
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Papua New Guinea Cruise
Sea Princess
From $1,599
($145/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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19 DEC 2014
ex Brisbane
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Fijian Jewels
Cruise
Sea Princess
From $1,899
($173/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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11 JAN 2015
ex Melbourne
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New Zealand
Cruise
Dawn Princess
From $1,800
($138/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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28 OCT 2014
ex Singapore
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Australia & Asia
Cruise
Diamond Princess
From $2,300
($121/day)
Up to $0 OBC
50% Deposit
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*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
New Voyages for Princess Cruises
9 MAR 2016
ex Sydney
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Round Australia
Cruise
Dawn Princess
From $4,949
($171/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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14 JUL 2015
ex Sydney
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Hawaii Tahiti & South Pacific Cruise
Sun Princess
From $5,829
($167/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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29 APR 2015
ex Sydney
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Cherry Blossom
Cruise
Sun Princess
From $6,439
($153/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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8 JAN 2016
ex Fremantle
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Indian Ocean & Sth Africa Odyssey Cruise
Sun Princess
From $8,339
($181/day)
Up to $100 OBC
50% Deposit
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*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess Cruises - New Ports
 
Apia, Samoa
The town and capital of Samoa, located on the northern shore of Upolu Island in the South Pacific Ocean. The only city in Samoa, Apia is the country's chief port and economic centre.

There are a range of activities to enjoy which include deep sea fishing, snorkelling, diving, caving, yachting, or even playing golf. Other places of interest are the spectacular Papapapaitai Falls, which plunge more than 150 m into a volcanic crater, surrounded by lush rain forest, and the the Papasee'a Sliding Rock, for all ages to enjoy sliding down various sized waterfalls.

Be sure to organise a cab to get you back at the end of the day. The restaurants offer a wide range of delightful food and drinks.

Apia, Samoa


Moorea, French Polynesia
Moorea is Polynesia's second-most popular tourist attraction after Tahiti. Located a mere seven kilometres west of the island of Tahiti, Moorea, with its jagged peaks cloaked with lush greenery, its white and black sand beaches that are among the finest in the world, encircled by a lagoon of translucent green, fringed by the deep blue of the ocean and sky is delightful.

Go hiking, climbing, fishing or bicycle riding, or even take a flight tour. Relax at a motu picnic, or enjoy the range of food choices, including ‘Ma'a Tahiti’ the traditional Tahitian meal cooked in an underground oven, at the fascinating restaurants.

Moorea, French Polynesia


Nagasaki, Japan
Nagasaki City, on the island of Kyushu in Japan, lies at the heart of Nagasaki-hanto Peninsula. As one of Japan's closest port cities to the Asian mainland, Nagasaki has played a prominent role in foreign trade relations for many centuries.

For an excellent view of the city one should go to the top of Inasa. The night view is absolutely amazing. Nagasaki is best known for being the second and last city in the world to be subjected to nuclear attack. Reminders of this are reflected in the many sights tourists visit.

These include the Nagasaki Peace Park with its amazingly large statue, the nearby Atomic bomb Hypocentre, and the Atomic Bomb Museum, a well-done commemoration of one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century.

Nagasaki, Japan

Rabaul, Papua New Guinea
Rabaul is a town on the Gazelle Peninsula in East New Britain province, Papua New Guinea. A busy commercial centre, it is situated on Simpson Harbour, a sheltered inlet of Blanche Bay. Almost the entire old town of Rabaul is buried under volcanic ash, the result of a volcanic eruption in 1994, and one is in awe of the scenery, which resembles an alien prehistoric landscape.

Visit the market and get a feel for the local way of life, with various root starches for sale, delightfully woven baskets, and beautifully patterned and coloured shopping bags that simply grab your attention. Another ‘must’ for shoppers is the unusually named PNG Diabetic Centre that is a treasure trove for artefact hunters, with its masks, necklaces, shells, carvings and other souvenirs.

Rabaul, Papua New Guinea
Chennai, India
Chennai, formerly known as Madras, located on the Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal, is the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is a major commercial, cultural, and educational centre in South India.

The attractions of the city boast fine specimens of Raj architecture, pilgrimage sites connected with the apostle Doubting Thomas, superb Chola bronzes at its state museum, and classical music as well as dance performances.

For religiously minded people, a visit to the Kapaleeshwar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, and Parthsarthy Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, is a must.

Chennai, India


Port Louis, Mauritius
Port Louis is the capital of Mauritius, located on the NW coast of the island. The very large city is dominated by the Citadel from which almost the whole city can be observed, and it is surrounded by a range of mountains.

As Mauritius is a duty-free country, shopping is a favourite activity of visitors. The shopping centres and boutiques offer some great bargains. However don’t miss shopping at the Central Market that somehow, for tourists, is far more enjoyable. Visit the National History Museum and other private museums, and if possible drive to the top of Signal Mountain for an expansive, relaxing, view of the Capital.

Port Louis, Mauritius


Maputo, Mozambique
Maputo, a port city on the Indian Ocean, is the capital and largest city of Mozambique. The centre of many cultures - the Bantu and Portuguese cultures dominate, but the influence of Arab, Indian, and Chinese cultures is also felt - it is often referred to as ‘The Land of Smiles’.

It has some beautiful beaches such as Catembe and Ponta d'Ouro, and is also home to a plethora of landmarks. During its five centuries of colonisation the city has gained priceless wonders of Portuguese architecture. Interestingly, most of the note-worthy buildings are former colonial administrative buildings. The Municipal Palace is one of the greatest gems of colonial architecture in Maputo.

Maputo, Mozambique

Mahe Island, Seychelles
Mahe is the largest and most important island of the Seychelles archipelago. While this spectacular island is only 27 km long it is dominated by a mountain range with its tallest peak Morne Seychellois, at 930 m in height, being central to a wonderful national park. There are also some delightful marine national parks off the island.

Visitors enjoy the beautiful beaches, such as Petit Anse and Beau Vallon Beach, where many take the opportunity to engage in a variety of water sports including snorkelling and diving. Also on offer are tours that include a traditional creole barbecue with fascinating local foods such as octopus curry, along with the opportunity to visit the local creole homes. The Spice Garden in the hills, surrounded by forest, is very beautiful as well as informative about the local spices. Here visitors have the opportunity to scratch the giant tortoises’ necks while they are being fed.

Mahe Island, Seychelles
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