Princess Cruises has just announced its sailings from Australia for April-October 2020.
Eighteen voyages will depart from Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, as well as Auckland in New Zealand which will range from a two-day Australia getaway to a 106-day world voyage.
The cruises will all be on the 2,000-guest Sun Princess or Sea Princess and go on sale on Wednesday October 10th 2018 at 11pm. It will include:
– Cruises to Tokyo from Sydney, Brisbane or Auckland, covering Asia destinations such as Hong Kong, Shanghai and Busan in South Korea
– A Pacific Ocean voyage, sailing roundtrip from Brisbane to islands including Tahiti, Bora Bora and Maui
– A ‘northern explorer’ cruise, departing from Sydney to Perth and calling at the likes of Brisbane, Cairns and Darwin
The world cruise sails roundtrip from Sydney or Auckland and visits 27 countries with 41 ports of call.
The Arctic Circle is covered aswell as destinations in Asia, Europe and North and South America and overnight stays in Dubai, Venice, New York and Lima.
The world cruise is additionally available in smaller segments, ranging from 19-70 days.
A ‘circle pacific’ cruise will also take place which will sail roundtrip from Sydney or Brisbane, taking in Asia, North America and the South Pacific along the Pacific Rim.
A variety of Alaska ports of calls are included, as well as two glacier-viewing experiences and overnight stays in Vancouver and San Francisco. Guests should note that prices begin at £1,739 per person.
Northern explorer’ cruise will set sail from Sydney on August 27th 2020 with ports of call including Brisbane, Cairns, Alotau, Darwin, Kimberley Coast for scenic cruising, Broome, Geraldton and Perth (Fremantle).
Tony Roberts, vice president Princess Cruises UK and Europe, said: “Once again Princess Cruises is offering a fantastic variety of Australia cruises, so whether you’re an experienced traveller Down Under or want to dip your toe in the water for the first time we’ll have a sailing to suit you.
From iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, to stunning vistas such as the Great Barrier Reef, there’s a cruise and a destination for everyone.”
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