A night on board Holland America’ MS Oosterdam can go for as much as $156. However, when the ship is repositioning from Australia to the US, cruisers can book for $76 a night.
The 42-night repositioning cruise from Sydney to Seattle departs on 30 May 2014 and sails to the US via the South Pacific.
Seventeen calls will be made including two to Noumea, Lifou, Port Vila, Dravuni Island and Mystery Island as well as single stops in Lautoka, Dravuni Island, Ile des Pines, Luganville, Suva, Pago Pago, Honolulu, Lahauna, Nawiliwili Kauai and Port Angeles.
A seven-night Western Caribbean cruise on board the world’s biggest ship, Allure of the Seas can cost up to $159 a night.
However, cruisers can save around $60 a night on the ship’s repositioning cruise to Europe.
The 12-night voyage from Florida to Spain will include ten days at sea and one call to Malaga in Spain before arriving in Barcelona.
With such a multitude of sea days, guests will have ample opportunity to explore the large vessel and try out some [or all] of its thrilling activities, including the ice-skating rink, rock climbing walls, basketball court, mini-golf course, zip line, FlowRider and Vitality Spa.
Prices start from $98 a night or $1,183 per person twin share for the 12 nights.
Cruisers can book an 11-night South Pacific cruise on board Rhapsody of the Seas for $255 a night or they can purchase the ship’s 14-night repositioning cruise from Singapore to Dubai for $145 a night.
The Asia & India Cruise departs on 3 May 2014 and takes guests from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Phuket, Colombo, Cochin, New Mangalore, Goa and Bombay before arriving in Dubai.
There will be a total of five cruise days, giving passengers time to explore the ship’s features including the video game arcade, two pools, outdoor cinema and rock climbing wall.
A South Africa cruise on board MSC Opera can cost up to $84 a night, but cruisers can save around $40 a night by booking the line’s repositioning cruise from South African to the UK in April this year.
Departing 28 April, the 19-night cruise will sail to Dakar, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Funchal, Lisbon, Vigo and Cherbourg.
The journey includes 11 days at sea for guests to try the ship’s eight bars, Montecarlo Casino, Aurea Spa and Virtual Reality Games.
Cruisers can save around $50 a night on a Disney Wonder’s repositioning cruise.
A four-night cruise from Vancouver to San Diego can cost from $191 a night per person. However, cruisers can book Disney Wonder’s journey from one side of the US to the other from $140 a night.
Departing 12 September to set up in Florida during the wave season the 14-night cruise will depart from San Diego and will make calls to Cabo, San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico; Cartagena in Colombia; and Cozumel in Mexico before arriving in Port Canaveral in Florida.
There will be eight-days at sea, giving parents and their young ones plenty of opportunity to experience the magic of Disney.