Dream Cruises have confirmed that Explorer Dream will be returning to sail her second Australia, New Zealand season in October 2020.
The line releases details of the ship’s second local deployment as her inaugural Australia and New Zealand season comes to a close at the end of February.
“We are so grateful for the support we’ve received from our travel partners in response to Explorer Dream’s first season down under” says Dream Cruises Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Brigita Devries. “The feedback we’ve received from passengers has been overwhelmingly positive and the local market has really embraced the Dream Cruises experience.”
Explorer Dream’s return deployment will offer new itineraries such as Singapore to Fremantle via Broome and Exmouth, with the option to cruise on to Sydney via Adelaide and Melbourne.
The ship will then head over to Auckland where she will be homeported during November and December for a series of 7-night itineraries around New Zealand plus a South Pacific cruise visiting New Caledonia.
From January 2021, Explorer Dream will return to Sydney, offering a choice of seven-night Tasmania round-trips departing each Sunday, visiting ports such as Port Arthur, Hobart, Burnie, Eden, Phillip Island and Melbourne, until the ship departs local waters at the end of February.
New season fares start from A$611 per person for a seven-night cruise from Sydney to Auckland.
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