Nowadays, there are
terrific cruises available that cost less than $1000, particularly if you have
your funds ready to snap up last-minute bargains and can take time off without
too much notice. Conversely, the further ahead you book, you’ll likely to find
early-bird bargains and have a greater choice of cabins. Overseas cruise lines
operate in the region between October and April, so there are more ships to
choose from during the summer months – but be aware that fares are generally
cheaper outside school holidays. Here’s a snapshot of cruises in 2016 that cost
less than $1000 – per person, twin-share in an inside cabin.
you’re exploring the wine-growing region of WA, the coral reef and jade-green
jungles of tropical North Queensland or joining inner urbanites for a jaunt to
Melbourne, there are a plethora of cruises you can take without your passport.
Here are five short’n’sweet itineraries that are guaranteed to give you a
different perspective on the island nation of Australia.
fans living in south-eastern Queensland have plenty to cheer when the summer
arrives, with more ships operating from the growing cosmopolitan hub of
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.
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.
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.
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.
It’s Australia’s big day, an annual event in the middle of the summer season which gets everyone out and about to celebrate. And for many savvy travellers, there’s nothing quite like enjoying a traditional big bash on the high seas. There are a number of options to consider for a cruise combining a relaxing high-seas getaway with the chance to enjoy the Australia Day festivities. Here are five true-blue options.
Here's the collection of all the cruise ship infographics we've posted so far. We will keep this post updated with upcoming cruise ship infographics.
in our own backyard is enormously appealing – no long-haul flights, ships that
sail from ports in every state, short cruises and round-Australia
circumnavigations – and every year there’s more choice than ever before. Here’s
our pick of the best Aussie cruises in 2016.