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.
As part of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) month of sales throughout October, eligible bookings can save up to 50 per cent off the second passengers’ cruise fare while kids cruise from just $19 a day.The P & O Pacific Dawn is doing a stunning sale that’s perfect for first time cruisers.
Source:AAPFlight Centre have launched what they’re calling ‘The Biggest Cruise Sale’— and includes rates for ocean cruises, luxury cruises and even river cruises. So if it’s time to book your next holiday, get your sea legs ready — because these are three of the top deals we have seen for the month:
P & O Cruises handing out free soft drink and ice creamFor just$549 per person, this P & O Cruiseon board the Pacific Dawn is the perfect option if you’re new to cruising.It will have you cruising from Melbourne, through to Kangaroo Island before returning to Melbourne again after four nights away.
Pacific Dawn will do a great taster trip from Melbourne to Kangaroo Island next year. Picture: P & O CruisesSource:SuppliedThe sale through Flight Centre comes with a sweet inclusion — a bonus soft drinks package, an Edge Adventure Park Blue Pass and unlimited New Zealand Natural Ice Cream.
Departing in November 2020, you will need to get in quick — because the sale will be over on 22nd October 2019.Royal Caribbean seven nights at sea from $845 per personRoyal Caribbean is known to offer guests the ultimate family getaway, with plenty of activities on-board to keep everyone entertained while sailing to awe-inspiring destinations. But this deal in particular is perfect for those who like a bit of thrillseeking while at sea, with the ship
Ovation of the Seasoffering travellers plenty of action-packed activities both on and off the deck.This seven night cruise on board Ovation of the Seas will set you back less than $1000.Source:News Corp AustraliaDeparting 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.
From just $845,Cruise Europe from $1699 with Celebrity CruisesIf it’s a European cruise you’re after,during its early bird European sale. And what’s better? You may also be eligible to get up to $500 off staterooms if booked by October 31st.If it’s a European cruise you’re after, Celebrity Cruises might have a deal for you.
Source:SuppliedFrom twilight walks in Barcelona to bike rides along the canals of Amsterdam, European cruises are a completely different experience to the South Pacific options offered out of Australian ports. With most of the early-bird sales taking placeRead more: news.com.au »
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