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Families, couples and singles hoping to save on a summer escape should look no further — because this sale won’t last long.

8.10.2019

Families, couples and singles hoping to save on a summer escape should look no further — because this sale won’t last long.

As Spring has well and truly sprung, families, couples and singles hoping to save on a summer escape should look no further.

P & O Cruises handing out free soft drink and ice cream

on board the Pacific Dawn is the perfect option if you’re new to cruising.

Royal Caribbean seven nights at sea from $845 per person

offering travellers plenty of action-packed activities both on and off the deck.

Departing from Sydney on 22 February 2020, the seven night cruise will venture to Noumea in New Caledonia, Mystery Island in Vanuatu and then back to Sydney.

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