Cruise the South Pacific & New Zealand.
The South Pacific is the most popular cruise region for Australian travellers; always has been, always will be and what’s more it’s a beautiful part of the world with a near year-round mild to warm climate.
It has become so popular, cruise lines work constantly to introduce new destinations whilst seemingly passengers are just as happy to revisit familiar ports and often on a different ship to the last.
Lifou, Isle of Pines, Mare and Fijian Islands are among favourites with cruisers and well known for their world class snorkelling and diving.
New Zealand has also become a very popular cruise region, sometimes journeys are combined with the pacific islands. As well, and as itineraries are on the increase, Australian Circumnavigation cruises are popular especially for those who don’t want to particularly leave the Australian Coast.
Relocation cruises are probably the new and all time, most popular – but the number of journeys are restricted. Whether sailing away or to Australia, itineraries are available with seasonally based ships between Asia and AU; USA/Hawaii and AU or can be a sector cruise on a World Voyage. Fares for these cruises are usually more than attractive and cruiser can expect a lot of sea days.
Cruise lines operating year-round include P&O Australia, Carnival Australia and Princess Cruises whilst cruise lines operating seasonally (during our warmer months) include Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Carnival Legend and additional Princess Cruises ships.
Cruising downunder has also attracted travellers from elsewhere in the world; to experience the beauty and charms of the South Pacific.
Choose you cruise wisely, there’s a strong difference between the ships that operate here. Do your research or call one of our cruise professionals to point the differences out!