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Best New Cruises from Sydney in 2016

P&O continues to expand its rollcall of ports throughout the region. In June 2016, Pacific Jewel will become the first cruise ship to call at Conflict Islands as part of P&O’s Papua New Guinea itineraries. The group of 21 islands surrounds a lagoon that’s home to one of the world’s most biodiverse reef systems. P&O negotiated with eccentric entrepreneur and conservationist Ian Gowrie-Smith to bring ships to his islands – one of the few parcels of freehold-owned land in PNG.

Best Australian Cruise Ship Drinks Packages

Buying a beverage package, whether it’s for soft or alcoholic drinks, can save you money and also allow you to know exactly what you’ll spend at the bar. It’s worth working out how many drinks you’re likely to consume to see if you will save money – check if there’s a service charge for the package, too. Here’s a rundown of beverage packages offered on board the major cruise lines that operate in Australia, either year-round (Carnival Cruise Lines, P&O Cruises) or on ships that visit during the summer season (October to April).

New Zealand Discovered – Top Cruises in 2016

Cruising in New Zealand is as easy as falling off a log. With blockbuster scenery, great food and wine and some of the friendliest people in the world, it’s as if the two-island nation was crafted by Mother Nature for the very purpose of cruising. When researching a cruise in New Zealand, consider the choices. It’s possible to leave from and return to Australia, fly to New Zealand and maximise your time visiting the islands or choose a cruise that sails to New Zealand as part of a longer voyage. Then, of course, you can take any of these cruises on a big, mid-size or small ship. Here are some hand-picked ideas to whet your appetite for cruising in New Zealand.

Ultimate Summer Cruises from Fremantle in 2017

Western Australia’s cruise hub has grown in popularity in recent years, and for good reason. Not only are there are more ships visiting during the summer months, but also more cruises beginning and ending in Fremantle, aiming to explore the jewels of the west and further north. Here are five tempting options to consider for the summer of 2017.

Plan Ahead – 2017’s Best Summer Cruises from Sydney

There are plenty of reasons to consider a cruise for your next summer holiday; you get to visit many destinations in one trip, and you also only have to unpack once. And for cruise fans living in or near Sydney, there are plenty of exciting ships and alluring itineraries to consider. Here are five of the best for the summer 2017.

The Best New Cruise Ships of 2016

The cruising industry just keeps delivering, with bright new ships big and small debuting in 2016. And with more than a million Australians cruising each year, the nation’s passion for cruising means its waters and neighbouring South Pacific are big business for cruise ship companies. That means great new ships debuting in the region.

Ovation of the Seas Infographic

Get ready for your dream cruise onboard Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas. Take a stroll with us along the sweeping decks of our latest infographic and find out what’s in store!

Ovation of the Seas is a magnificent vessel that stands apart from other cruise ships. At 1,141 feet in length and 16 decks high, there’s ample space and entertainment for a staggering 4,905 passengers. 

Legend of the Seas Infographic

Preparing for your dream cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s Legend of the Seas? Get up close with our Legend of the Seas infographic. Stretching 867 feet in length, Legend of the Seas offers the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure for 1,832 passengers over 11 decks. 

Why Princess Cruises Are Good For Families

Not many holiday destinations can match the offerings of cruise ships when it comes to their ability to cater for the needs of young children, teenagers, parents and grandparents – at one all-inclusive low price.

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