Australians love cruise holidays. May be it’s because we are often half a world away from the world’s biggest events to truly partake in the festivities.
Whatever the reasons may be, you will find below a cornucopia of cruise companies from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands that have coined a reputation for offering fantastic cruising options, Antarctica included.
This means you have a varied choice of itinerary to make your pick from depending on your needs. The list below comprises companies with such a diverse range of destinations on offer that it’s basically hard to miss an Australian cruising holiday that is right for you; complete with multiple departure dates spread across the calendar year.
If a cruise ship is not your thing, or maybe you want to try a different experience this time, how about playing captain yourself and embarking on a holiday aboard a charter yacht? You will have several amazing protected waterways to choose from, a perfect example of which includes the stunning Whitsunday region of Queensland.
» CAPTAIN COOK CRUISES
» CORAL PRINCESS CRUISES
» NORTH STAR CRUISES
»ORION EXPEDITION CRUISES
» P&O CRUISES
» PRINCESS CRUISES
» ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES
» ANACONDA III
» BAREFOOT CRUISES – CORAL TREKKER
» WHITSUNDAYS SAILING ADVENTURES
BARE BOAT CHARTERS
» CHARTER YACHT AUSTRALIA
» QUEENSLAND YACHT CHARTERS
» SUNSAIL YACHT CHARTER
» WHITSUNDAY RENT A YACHT
The beauty about Australian cruises is that by trademark, they tend to offer great value what with the inclusion of various offerings that are sure to make your cruise worth the while. Think a range of accommodation options, mouthwatering dishes, lavish entertainment and fun activities, client-tailored services, and much more.
There are many ways to kill the time in between any two ports of call.
You can choose to lounge by the pool, enjoy drinks in the multiple bars aboard each liner, perhaps a workout or wind down in a first-class spa, catch live comedy or other show if available, attend a lecture or class, among a host of other activities. If you have kids in tow, worry not: you are certain to find a cordoned and supervised kid centre, although this is a service more likely to be present on family-friendly cruises.
Of course, you don’t need reminding that the best way to enjoy a cruise holiday is by unplugging. It’s a best practice.
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