It’s time that you took the journey of a lifetime, a journey aboard a Princess cruise ship.
Experience activities from a wealth of diversions for almost every interest, feast on captivating cuisine and a fusion of flavours, and enjoy Broadway-calibre shows and entertainment. Simply put, a cruise aboard a Princess ship delivers an experience of a lifetime.
Every Princess ship is a destination in itself, and this year the cruise line has five of her best ships lined up and ready for a season Down Under. Aussies will be spoilt for choice welcoming Sapphire Princess, Royal Princess, Coral Princess and Emerald Princess departing from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The 3560-guest Royal Princess and 3080-guest Emerald Princess will both be calling Sydney home, while Brisbane will be welcoming the 2000-guest Coral Princess, and Melbourne will host Sapphire Princess. All boast wide-ranging amenities, elevated culinary experiences and activities, and, MedallionClass, the latest in cruise contactless technology. Just slip it onto your lanyard and it will speed up embarkation, unlock stateroom doors, enable onboard payments and so much more.
In 2021 Princess will also be offering itineraries setting sail through Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Royal Princess and Coral Princess will cater to the close to home market cruising within local waters for the first time ever. If you’re keen to dip your toe in the water, no passport required, then look no further. Emerald Princess, Sapphire Princess and Pacific Princess will also cruise in and around our sunburnt country, as well as journeying across the ditch to Kiwi shores. The cruise line has recently invested significantly into its ‘Across the Ditch’ shore excursions. They have been designed to take cruisers into the heart of Kiwi life – from watching glittering glow worms inside Auckland’s Waitomo Grotto to seeing delightful, white-flippered blue penguins and baby fur seals basking in the sunshine.
For those who are feeling cruise-deprived and are ready to take on the high seas, Coral Princess will be offering the first round trip world cruise from Australia in 2022, but you’d better lock in a cabin quickly, it’s becoming very popular, very fast. For cruisers seeking even more luxury and convenience, the new Club Class Mini-Suites might be right up your alley. They boast the new Princess Luxury Beds plus guests receive priority services, enhanced amenities, private seating, special menus and other exclusive benefits of Club Class Dining.
You can join a Princess cruise from just $1379, the cost to cruise Queensland’s Coast ex Brisbane, but it’s not just the competitive prices that will interest you. They are offering bonus onboard credits of up to $200 per stateroom, specialty dining offers for two* and a new flexible ‘Cruise with Confidence’ policy. It allows customers to cancel their cruise up to 48 hours prior to departure, with the option to move their sailing date or receive a future cruise credit equal to the amount of the original cruise fare. It applies to cruises departing between 12 Jun 20 & 30 Apr 21 when booked prior to 31 Jan 21.
Still knot shore which Princess cruise is for you? Get in touch with our Flight Centre travel experts and they will help you navigate the waters of cruising today. Cabins for 2021 are selling fast though, so don’t miss the boat!
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