23 Feb to 7th April 2013, 43 nights

A truly spectacular adventure starts with two nights at Sydney's Park Royal Hotel in Darling Harbour, a chance to discover this fantastic city. Private transfers will take you down to the spectacular port of Sydney to join Fred Olsens Balmoral as she continues on her annual world voyage.

Settling into your cabin in anticipation of a once in a life time 38 night cruise that will include calls to Brisbane, Hamilton Island for the Great barrier Reef,

Darwin, Komodo,home to the Komodo Dragon, and Semarung in Indonesia, Ho Chi Minh City in Veitnam, Laem Chabang and Phuket in Thailand, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Fijairah reaching your final port of Dubai on 5th April, private transfers will take you the Park Regis Hotel for a 2 night stay, a chance to explore the old and modern that is cosmopolitan Dubai.

Komoda National park

Your Itinerary:

23 Feb 2013 - Fly from London to Sydney
24th Feb - Arrive in Sydney and transfer to the Park Royal, Darling Harbour
24th to 26th Feb - 2 nights pre cruise at the Park Royal, Darling Harbour
26th Feb 2013 - 5th April 2013, 38 nights on board Balmoral
26th and 27th Feb - Sydney
1st March - Brisbane
3rd March - Hamilton Island (Great Barrier Reef)
8th March - Darwin
11th March - Komoda, Indonesia
13th March - Semarung, Indonesia
16th and 17th March - Ho Chi Minh City, Veitnam
19th and 20th March - Laem Chabang
23rd March - Singapore
25th March - Phuket, Thailand

28th and 29th March, Colombo, Sri Lanka
3rd April, Fijairah
4th and 5th April, Dubai

What does the Balmoral offer ?

The largest and newest cruise ship in Fred.Olsen's fleet, Balmoral offers a wide range of facilities, yet still enjoys a home-from-home atmosphere. Named after the Scottish home of the Royal Family, Balmoral has accommodation for about 1,300 passengers, through 710 cabins and suites. All the ship's public rooms have a Scottish theme: its principal restaurant, Ballindalloch, is named after a Speyside village and castle; while the ship's other two formal restaurants, Avon and Spey are named in honour of two of Scotland's loveliest salmon rivers.

Eat informally in the Palms Cafe, or more formally in the Ballindalloch, Avon and Spey restaurants on board your cruise ship. Balmoral also benefits from an on-board pub, which offers evening entertainment as an alternative to the main cabarets and dancing in the Neptune or Lido Lounges. Or you could just relax with a drink in the Observatory Lounge, with it's spectacular views out to sea and later in the evening dance the night away there on its popular disco-dancefloor - that's the beauty of a cruise holiday on board Balmoral, there's always so much to do!

A spectacular holiday for less than £88 per day. Includes overseas transfers, 2 nights pre and post cruise and London flights

Inside cabin £3759

Ocean View £4099

Are you travelling alone ? Single inside £4999

Single ocean view £5899