The Carnival ship will be the biggest based in Australia and cruises to the South Pacific are now available.
The 3012-passenger ship will emerge from a revamp in Singapore in November next year which will see the addition of restaurants more suited to Australian tastes and a new waterpark.
On November 25, 2019 Carnival Splendor will embark on a 15-day itinerary from Singapore to Sydney visiting Bali, Komodo Island and Darwin with inside cabins from $1999 and balcony cabins from $2899. Fares are per person and twin share.
The ship will also offer a range of eight and nine-day cruises from Sydney to New Caledonia in the South Pacific with stops at Isle of Pines, Lifou and Noumea.
Bookings for cruises in 2020 will open in June.
Travel agents, Carnival Cruise Line and 13 31 94.
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