Take a cruise for a tiny $449 as Royal Caribbean turns 10 down under.
To celebrate its tenth year cruising in Australian waters, Royal Caribbean has launched a birthday sale with savings of up to 40 per cent on international and local itineraries.
Cruises can be snapped up from $449, and kids can travel from $69 per day.
Ovation of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will be Sailing from Sydney to the South Pacific, New Zealand and around Australia this summer.
For those new to cruising, Voyager of the Seas is offering a sampler with a three-night “cruise to nowhere” from Sydney. Departing February 2, an interior stateroom is now selling for $449 per person twin share.
Family fun can found on Explorer of the Seas' nine-night South Pacific cruise departing Sydney on February 12. Calling at Mare, Port Vila, Mystery Island and Noumea, it now costs $889 per person twin share in an interior stateroom.
For those wanting to cruise New Zealand’s beautiful coast, there is a 12-night roundtrip cruise from Sydney on Ovation of the Seas, departing on October 17 this year. It is now priced from $1819 per person twin share in an interior stateroom.
The sale ends on October 31.
For more information or to book, visit royalcaribbean.com.au, call 1800 754 500 or see your local travel agent.
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