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Best Summer Cruises From Brisbane in 2017

Cruise fans living in south-eastern Queensland have plenty to cheer when the summer arrives, with more ships operating from the growing cosmopolitan hub of Brisbane.


New Zealand on Legend of the Seas

The Land of the Long White Cloud is at its dramatic best during the summer, and on this 14-night round-trip cruise you’ll get to explore the best of New Zealand’s top destinations. After a leisurely three-day crossing to Auckland, you’ll visit a line-up of ports including Tauranga, Napier, Wellington, Akaroa and Dunedin, followed by scenic cruising of the country’s three famous sounds, Dusky, Doubtful and Milford. Three more relaxing sea days follow to enjoy facilities including a Vitality Spa, rock climbing and several pools, and to wrap up this high-seas holiday.

Need to know: Legend of the Seas departs Brisbane on January 15, 2017.


Papua New Guinea on Sun Princess

The popular mid-sized Princess ship, Sun Princess, heads to PNG several times during the summer of 2017, and on this 11-night itinerary, she’ll call at five diverse destinations in the exotic archipelago. The cruise begins with two sea days to unwind, followed by calls at Alotau, Kitava, Rabaul, Kiriwina Island and Doini Island. At the end of the voyage, there’s scenic cruising of the Kawanasausau Strait and famous Milne Bay to enjoy, followed by three more days at sea to catch your breath and prepare for home.

Need to know: Sun Princess departs Brisbane on January 22, 2017.


Singapore on Pacific Dawn

P&O’s Pacific Dawn heads north on this two-week-long cruise, combining plenty of relaxing sea days with key ports of call in Australia and Indonesia for sightseeing and on-shore fun. Two sea days start the voyage, followed by stops at popular tropical destinations including Port Douglas and Darwin. After another sea day you’ll visit Dili in East Timor, then go dragon spotting on Komodo Island, and enjoy a day of beach fun or culture in Bali’s Benoa. Two final sea days complete a fascinating itinerary before your arrival in Singapore.

Need to know: Pacific Dawn departs Brisbane on February 4, 2017.


Kobe on Queen Mary 2

This is an ideal cruise for lovers of sea days and old-school glamour, combining both on a 13-night cruise on the Queen Mary 2 during her annual summer sortie to Australia. This leisurely itinerary has nine full sea days to enjoy the many features of this iconic ship, including a five-day South Pacific crossing from Alotau in Papua New Guinea to Okinawa, and a stop at Yorkey’s Knob allowing for a full day of sightseeing… or to get back your land legs in Cairns.

Need to know: Queen Mary 2 departs Brisbane on February 28, 2017.


South Pacific on Pacific Aria

Luxury meets affordability aboard this new addition to the P&O fleet, and among Pacific Aria’s 2017 itineraries is this week-long round-trip hop to New Caledonia and Vanuatu. The seven-night cruise begins with a relaxing sea day, followed by day-long stops at three popular South Pacific ports of call: cosmopolitan Noumea, idyllic Mare and bustling Port Vila. Two more sea days wrap up this high-seas holiday before arriving back home in Brisbane.

Need to know: Pacific Aria departs Brisbane on March 3, 2017.

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