Thinking of Cruising in Australia during 2019, but cannot figure out which Cruise Ship or Cruise Brand would suit yourself as well as the ones you love the most? Here is a breakdown guide on cruise brands and cruise ships to help you make a choice that is fit for you!
P&O Cruises Australia – Cruising out of Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne & Cairns the P&O fleet is sure to offer something suitable for your cruise experience.
P&O Fleet is the Modern Australian Cruise counterpart, including the most popular ships in Australian waters; Pacific Aria, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Jewel and Pacific Explorer. P&O Cruises offer short and longer cruise itineraries throughout various destinations and departure ports.
Including the forever popular short cruises to Moreton Island from Sydney or Brisbane, making it the perfect cruise line to plan a quick getaway. Whether it be a short break from Sydney, or a longer Papua New Guinea Journey, immersing yourself in rich history and culture in the waters surrounding Australia.
P&O Cruises Australia offer themed cruises also! Including Food & Wine & Comedy themed cruises to suit any traveler on any budget; Including class acts from the Australian and International Comedy scene, you are sure to fill your belly with a whole lot of food, and then a whole lot of laugher. Food and Wine cruises consist of some of the greatest presentations and seminars from popular Food and Wine personalities, making the experience an unforgettable one.
Some of the most popular P&O Itineraries consist of:
South Pacific – Escape to the South Pacific from 7 Night sailings. Australia’s favourite cruise destination is the South Pacific. With Islands of New Caledonia and other hidden south pacific gems, this itinerary is sure to be one to enjoy.
New Zealand – New Zealand escapes are very popular in all Australian Cruising, as New Zealand consists of beautiful sounds, inlets and estuaries, making it at times a hard place to enjoy all in one go. Cruising takes the stress of the winding roads, rental cars and places to stay whilst cruising the waters of New Zealand. Favourite places visited on a New Zealand Cruise are the Milford, Doubtful and Dusky Sounds. Are you a South Island savant, or a North Island native? With itineraries going each way, and in some cases including the best of the whole country, you cannot go wrong on a New Zealand Itinerary Cruise.
Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guinea is rich in history, and a cultural experience to be enjoyed. With departures from Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns year-round. Immersing yourself in cultural surrounding full of history and exotic locations pristine for cruise passengers to take in the sights and history.
Queensland Cruises – Head up the Queensland coast, onboard P&O Cruises, including ports like Gladstone, Moreton Island, Mooloolaba, Cairns and Whisundays. No Passports required on the majority of these cruises up the queensland coast.
South Australia – Southern Australia Itineraries are another popular cruise option, with the beautiful locations of Kangaroo Island, departing from Melbourne and Adelaide year-round.
Domestic Cruising – No Passports Required! Including P&O Short Breaks, Short Break escapes and many more options. Grab your drivers license and head to the port on the day of departure to board your holiday cruise escape. Weekend and Short Cruises are a great way to experience the ocean and cruise brands to see which cruise line is a great fit for you.
With interior cabins being a great way to escape at a lower fare, oceanview cabins give you the advantage of letting the ocean pass you buy from the view of your stateroom window and the balcony cabins offer that little extra bit of room with an extended view making the journey forever breathtaking.
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