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Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
 
This week sees three huge sales for 5 days only. Royal Caribbean is also kicking off a WOW Sale, with 50% reduced deposits and up to US$600 onboard spending money from 26 - 30 September. Celebrity Cruises is also offering 50% reduced deposits as well as up to US$300 onboard spending money, on sale to 28 September.

Princess Cruises is offering a last minute Flash Sale with cruises from $80/day and up to $440 spending money, on sale to 28 September. Choose from local or international cruises, and we can help with flights and other travel arrangements for your dream cruise holiday. Call 1800 121 187 to speak with a travel expert today!
 
Highlights of cruise deals from this edition...
Royal Caribbean 5 Day WOW Sale
14 FEB 2016
ex Sydney
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2014-2017 Cruises
South Pacific Cruise
Explorer of the Seas
from $834
($83/day)
Up to $300 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2014-2017 Cruises
18 NOV 2015
ex Sydney
Cruise deals on 2014-2017 Cruises 10
NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2014-2017 Cruises
South Pacific Cruise
Voyager of the Seas
from $934
($93/day)
Up to $200 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2014-2017 Cruises
18 DEC 2015
ex Sydney
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2014-2017 Cruises
NZ Christmas Cruise
Voyager of the Seas
from $1,717
($156/day)
Up to $600 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2014-2017 Cruises
19 JAN 2016
ex Sydney
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2014-2017 Cruises
South Pacific Paradise
Radiance of the Seas
from $1,300
($108/day)
Up to $200 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2014-2017 Cruises
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess Cruises Flash Sale
24 NOV 2015
ex Brisbane
Cruise deals on 2015-2017 Cruises 10
NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2013-2014 Cruises
Papua New Guinea Cruise C521
Sea Princess
From $1,299
($130/day)
Up to $110 OBC
Sale ends 28 Sep
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
29 JAN 2016
ex Sydney
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2013-2014 Cruises
South Pacific Cruise D604
Dawn Princess
From $1,149
($96/day)
Up to $440 OBC
Sale ends 28 Sep
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
9 NOV 2015
ex Fremantle
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2013-2014 Cruises
Indonesia Cruise
S524
Sun Princess
From $1,199
($80/day)
Up to $440 OBC
Sale ends 28 Sep
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
6 NOV 2015
ex Fremantle
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2013-2014 Cruises
Southern Australia & NZ Cruise M530B
Diamond Princess
From $1,549
($86/day)
Up to $110 OBC
Sale ends 28 Sep
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Celebrity Cruises Extra Sale
2 APR 2016
ex Miami
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2015-2017 Cruises
Eastern Caribbean Getaway Cruise
Celebrity Reflection
From $1,019
($146/day)
Up to $300 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
1 APR 2016
ex Sydney
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NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2015-2017 Cruises
South Pacific
Cruise
Celebrity Solstice
From $1,307
($163/day)
Up to $300 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
28 DEC 2015
ex Sydney
Cruise deals on 2015-2017 Cruises 8
NIGHTS
Cruise deals on 2015-2017 Cruises
South Pacific
New Year's Cruise
Celebrity Solstice
From $2,167
($271/day)
Up to $300 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
3 JUL 2016
ex Southampton
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Cruise deals on 2015-2017 Cruises
Scandinavia & Russia Cruise
Celebrity Eclipse
From $3,009
($215/day)
Up to $300 OBC
50% off deposits
Best Cruise Deals 2015-2017 Cruises
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
 
Unique and Amazing Ports
One of the best reasons to cruise is being able to access ports and destinations that have previously been difficult or impossible to reach over land. Below are some of our team's favourite unique places to cruise into around the world.



St Petersburg, Russia
St Petersburg is located on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea. It is the second largest city in Russia and is regarded as the most ‘Western’ city of Russia. They make a striking contrast with the historically older buildings, such as the Peter and Paul Fortress built in 1703. Attractions in St. Petersburg overwhelm even the most seasoned travellers.

From the Mariinsky Theater to splendid suburban palaces and dozens of smaller museums, today's St Petersburg is there to explore and enjoy. The Historic Centre of St Petersburg, with some 36 historical architectural complexes and around 4,000 outstanding individual Monuments, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is also home to the world-famous Hermitage Museum (the largest in the world) and the Russian State Museum with its rich collection of Russian art.

The city’s famed palaces include Peterhof Palace built for Peter the Great, and the Yusopov Palace where the horrific murder of Rasputin took place. Famous for its rich and diverse musical carnivals as well as their world renowned ballet companies, ‘Peter’ is definitely one of the world’s leading centres of culture.

Our tip: Choose an itinerary that has an overnight stay for a truly memorable experience. Also if you choose to book your shore excursions through your cruise company your Russian visa will be arranged for you.



Ketchikan, Alaska
Alaska’s ‘first city’ Ketchikan is situated along the shores of Alaska's Inside Passage within the heart of the Tongass National Forest. Evergreen mountains rise out of the water, the lush green landscape nurtured by the abundant rainfall of the temperate rainforest environment. Ketchikan’s impressive variety of shops and galleries feature work by many of the island’s resident artists as well as an assortment of souvenir items and unique gifts that make shopping a ‘must-do’.

Truly worth visiting are the Ketchikan Alaska Museums and Heritage Centres that are home to fascinating totem poles and native Alaskan artefacts, along with preserving and promoting local traditional arts and crafts. Bear viewing has also become a popular activity around Ketchikan and usually involves an air taxi flight or boat cruise.

If possible enjoy the amazing local food on offer, such as king crab, salmon and halibut, Ketchikan's seafood specialties that are always fresh.

Our tip: See the largest collection of 19th century totem poles in the world at the Total Heritage Centre.

Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea
Milne Bay is home to almost five hundred islands, ranging from typical tropical islands and atolls through to huge volcanic and continental islands. It is situated at the easternmost inlet on the coast of Papua New Guinea, and gives good access to coral reefs and diving.

With no roads connecting it to the rest of the world, it truly is a quiet piece of paradise. It has some of the richest marine biodiversity in the world, and is fast becoming an established mecca for divers, as well as a destination for game and sports fishermen. Alternatively, one can hire a boat and explore the nearby islands, or take a local cultural cruise.

The provincial capital, Alotau, is a busy port with fascinating markets, and amazingly friendly people who widely speak English. Due to a well-known battle fought there during WWII, the bay is of interest to historians, who can examine a range of war relics. No matter what you enjoy, from bird-watching to simply soaking up the natural beauty of the bay, where stunning rain forest meets the water's edge, you will thoroughly enjoy Milne Bay, a 'World within a world'.

Our tip: Trek through the jungle in Alotau and be one of the few non-natives to ever experience it.

Dubai
Dubai, in the Arabian Gulf, has the world’s largest cruise terminal capable of handling 14,000 passengers per day. Regarded as a shopper’s paradise (everything is available!), price negotiation is often acceptable, especially in the market district.

Although much of Dubai is of ultra-modern construction and design, one should not forget that it is home to a wealth of sites with Old World appeal. A ‘must see’ is the Dubai Museum, a former fort constructed in the eighteenth century. Here one finds amazing artefacts - from weapons to musical instruments - that relate to traditional Arabian life down through the centuries.

Visit the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, and the inspiring Dubai Fountains. Experience the culturally significant Bastakiya Quarteror ride in a wooden boat taxi and take in the sights and smells of the Souks. Visitors can even go skiing at the indoor Ski Dubai resort located in one of the largest shopping malls in the world. It also offers snowboarding and tobogganing, or simply playing in the snow, and even provides chair lifts to the top of the 5 runs.

Visits to the Heritage, Diving (pearl) villages and the Museum with artefacts from 3000 B.C are also recommended. Dubai is a place of fascinating contrasts where the East and the West meet, the ancient and the modern merge, and the desert and the sea blend.

Our tip: If you can, do a Desert Safari Tour for an authentic Arabian experience.



Our team of experienced travel consultants have travelled extensively throughout their careers. To get the best support on your travel arrangements call our team on 1800 121 187 today.

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