Pacific Cruises

The biggest ocean in the world, also means a big variety of cruises and destinations. With plenty of sailings departing from Australia, we've got the cruise for you!

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The Pacific is full of locations perfect for a cruise holiday, just waiting to be discovered. Offering inviting waters, amazing natural landscapes and interesting cultures a cruise in the region is an experience to remember. The options of cruises include trips to idyllic islands and transpacific cruises to North or South America. The Pacific is full of destinations offering an array of different holiday types available, meaning everyone will find a cruise to suit them.

From a relaxing trip to the islands of Bora Bora and Papeete to a taste of the American West Coast in San Francisco and Los Angeles, there is a wide choice of holidays available. Pacific cruising can take you from the vibrant cities of New Zealand to the pristine beaches of New Caledonia, all while experiencing incredible new cultures though the many different destinations and superior service from a range of different cruise lines. Whether you want an Alaskan adventure or a Hawaiian getaway, the wide variety of different locations and landscapes mean that you will be sure to find a cruise that is perfect for you.

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Our Recommendations
  7+ Nights
Journey with the Carnival Splendor from Sydney
Journey with the Carnival Splendor from Sydney
8 Nights with the Carnival Splendor
 February 2020 - December 2021
p.p.from $649
Journey with the Ovation of the Seas from Sydney
Journey with the Ovation of the Seas from Sydney
9 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 February 2020 - April 2020
p.p.from $1,399
11 day sail from Sydney
11 day sail from Sydney
10 Nights with the Carnival Splendor
 March 2020 - March 2021
p.p.from $799
Sailing from Sydney via Port Vila
Sailing from Sydney via Port Vila
9 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 December 2020 - February 2021
p.p.from $1,704
Vietnam, China & Japan
Vietnam, China & Japan
17 Nights Asia, ...
 Quantum of the Seas
 28.04.2020
p.p.from $2,399
  Transpacific Offers
Cruising with Royal Caribbean from Brisbane to Honolulu
Cruising with Royal Caribbean from Brisbane to Honolulu
16 Nights with the Radiance of the Seas
 16.04.2021
p.p.from $2,884
Travelling from Sydney to Honolulu
Travelling from Sydney to Honolulu
17 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 20.04.2020
p.p.from $2,300
20 day voyage to Honolulu from Sydney
20 day voyage to Honolulu from Sydney
18 Nights with the Serenade of the Seas
 17.04.2021
p.p.from $2,630
Cruise with the Radiance of the Seas from Sydney
Cruise with the Radiance of the Seas from Sydney
17 Nights with the Radiance of the Seas
 18.04.2020
p.p.from $1,998
19 day expedition to Honolulu from Sydney
19 day expedition to Honolulu from Sydney
18 Nights with the Carnival Spirit
 24.03.2020
p.p.from $2,849
  Sydney Cruises
Journey with the Carnival Splendor from Sydney
Journey with the Carnival Splendor from Sydney
8 Nights with the Carnival Splendor
 February 2020 - December 2021
p.p.from $649
Journey with the Ovation of the Seas from Sydney
Journey with the Ovation of the Seas from Sydney
9 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 February 2020 - April 2020
p.p.from $1,399
11 day sail from Sydney
11 day sail from Sydney
10 Nights with the Carnival Splendor
 March 2020 - March 2021
p.p.from $799
Sailing from Sydney via Port Vila
Sailing from Sydney via Port Vila
9 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 December 2020 - February 2021
p.p.from $1,704
Trip with the Voyager of the Seas from Sydney
Trip with the Voyager of the Seas from Sydney
6 Nights with the Voyager of the Seas
 25.02.2021
p.p.from $799
Our Recommendations
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Sail with Celebrity Cruises from Honolulu to Sydney
Sail to Sydney from Hawaii taking in some great Pacific destinations, including Papeete and Bora Bora. Also see Bay of Islands and Auckland, New Zealand.
Our advice:
Enjoy over 18 nights at sea on board the Celebrity Solstice, where you'll enjoy premium cuisine and world class entertainment.

  • Honolulu - Sydney
  • Pacific,Hawaii,New Zealand
  • 28.09.2020

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Katalin
Cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles via Santa Barbara
Embark on this beautiful 7 night break from Vancouver, Canada, sailing to Los Angeles. Visit Astoria, San Francisco and Santa Barbara on the way.
Our advice:
The stunning Star Princess offers plenty of spaces where you can relax and unwind, once rested, enjoy exciting onboard activities and riveting theatre productions.

  • Vancouver - Los Angeles
  • North America,USA West Coast,Pacific
  • 15.10.2020

from $1,496
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Top Ports in the Pacific
Sydney, Australiafrom
$248

Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is the largest city in Australia. The city is one of the most important tourism destinations in Australia, with iconic sights such as Sydney harbour and Opera House. Sydney is also home to the world-famous Bondi beach. Sydney also has an extensive arts and cultural scene with numerous galleries such as the Art Gallery of NSW offering impressive artistic displays. Sydney also has an extensive public transport system, ensuring that accessibilty will not be an issue for visitors to the city.

Hong Kong, Chinafrom
$354

What you may not know about Hong Kong is that an astonishing 70% of it is made up of green areas and mountains, filled with historical and natural wonders. Yes, it is well-known for being a shopper's paradise, but it is also so much more. As one of the culinary capitals of the world, Hong Kong offers you the opportunity to try the best of cuisines of the Cantonese, Sichuanese, Japanes or French variety, to name a few. Time your visit to coincide with a festival in the city, such as the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival or Arts Month for a truly memorable experience.

Auckland, New Zealandfrom
$379

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and is situated on the North Island of the country. The skyline is iconic due to the highest tower in the southern hemisphere, the Sky Tower, rising proudly from the City of Sails about 328 m high. The city offers plenty of ways for adventure seekers to get their fix with activities like kayaking, sailing and bungee jumping available. The beautiful surrounding areas and islands are the perfect example of stunning New Zealand and the amazing natural landscape of the country.

Brisbane, Australiafrom
$248

Brisbane is the capital of the sunshine state, Queensland. Brisbane is surrounded by the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast. The perfect way to view this scenic city is from the Kangaroo Point cliffs, where you can expect a panoramic view of the skyline. Brisbane is also a gateway to many stunning locations like Moreton Island and Noosa. Brisbane is divided into a number of suburbs, each with it's own unique vibe. In this modern and vibrant city you are sure to find numerous ways to discover the city, from a stroll through the entertaining South Bank to a paddle down the Brisbane River, perfect for all visitors.

Vancouver, Canadafrom
$198

Vancouver is located on the west coast of Canada, between the sea and mountains, which provide a beautiful backdrop. A cosmopolitan city which is nestled in the great outdoors, Vancouver is the ideal place to discover the best of Canada, where you can enjoy skiing on the internationally renowned mountains Whistlers and Blackcomb and also experience a huge array of fine bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Stanley Park is a highlight of Vancouver, featuring beautiful beaches, paved and dirt trails and Canada's largest aquarium.

Melbourne, Australiafrom
$241

Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia with over 4.4 million people calling it home. The city is an eclectic mix of stlye, dining and sport, making it an ideal place to visit and soak in the culture. The City Circle Tram loop will take you around the city to attractions like the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Healesville sanctuary. Taking a stroll through Melbourne's cobbled laneways will lead you to an array of cafes, coffee shops and unique shopping boutiques, the perfect way to discover the laid-back city. Highlights of Melbourne Try some Australian wine on a wine tour and tasting Witness the natural beauty of the Port Campbell National Park for yourself Catch a movie at the Monnlight Cinema at the Royal Botanic Gardens throughout the Summer

International Date Linefrom
$1,810

The International Date Line is an imaginary line in the Pacific Ocean, which marks the changing between two calendar days.

Panama Canalfrom
$1,845

The Panama Canal connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans together. Since the canals opening in 1914, this channel has become one of the most important waterways in the world, earning itself the title of one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Over 815,000 ships have traveled this canal in the last 100 years. Not only does the Panama Canal allow for passage between two of most immense oceans but it also provides great access to some of the most culture rich and vibrant destinations in Panama.

Yokohama (Tokyo), Japanfrom
$219

The Japanese city of Yokohama is known as an industrial and commercial city and is part of the metropolitan area of Tokyo. After Tokyo, Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan. The geographical position of the city is on the bay of Tokyo which adds to its charm. Yokohama is particularly popular due to its lively arts scene and impressive bay area.

Wellington, New Zealandfrom
$472

Wellington, nicknamed "Windy Wellington", is the capital city of New Zealand. Boasting a compact and charming downtown which is diverse in it's architectural styles and also ideal to explore on foot. From Mount Victoria, rising above the city, catch glimpses of ships sail through the harbour and see the city light up as the sun goes down. The city is well known for having a "cafe culture", being home to countless intimate restaurants and coffeehouses.

Honolulu, Hawaii, USAfrom
$991

Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, is often the first stop for tourists. The Wakiki beach is the centre of activity in Honolulu, with an impressive crescent shaped beach front and a large amount of hotels close by. Known for surfing, Honolulu is ideal for anyone with an interest in watersports, from canoeing and kayaking to snorkeling and swimming. Honolulu is also known as a hotspot for arts, culture and nightlife. With a large number of clubs, restaurants and bars in Wakiki and Chinatown you are sure to find the ideal place for you.

Shanghai, Chinafrom
$219

Shanghai, the most populated city in China, is a renowned international metropolis drawing in visitors from all over the world. Due to Shanghai's colonial history, the city is a unique fusion of East and West. Enjoy the stunning skyline views on an evening cruise, or perhaps take a leisurely stroll down the Bund promenade and watch the ships sail by. Shoppers are sure to be impressed by the variety of pop-up boutiques, contemporary designer-outlets and trendy vintage stores! From chilled-out jazz venues to lively night clubs, Shanghai's nightlife options are endless.

Tauranga, New Zealandfrom
$1,030

Tauranga is located on the North Island of New Zealand and boasts several popular beaches, beautiful, lush parklands and mountains, lakes and cascading waterfalls. As it is located on a faultine, the area is home to numerous dormant volcanoes, including "White Island". For those interested in watersports, the city is conveniently located around a large harbour with opportunities galore to pursue your passion. The Strand waterfront area is a modern hive of activity, with an array of restaurants, clubs and bars.

Tokyo, Japanfrom
$229

Tokyo is one of the most famous of Asia’s metropolises and deservedly so. With a mixture of both ancient traditions and modern architecture, the city makes for an unforgettable experience and is a must see for any kind of traveller. With so much going on it’s hard to pick what to do but you should definitely pay a visit to the Tsukiji outdoor market. Here you’ll find an unparalleled selection of the freshest seafood. Another highlight for many cruise passengers is the Imperial Palace. There are several guided tours in English making for a great shore excursion.

Nagasaki, Japanfrom
$720

Nagasaki is located on the third-largest Japanese island of Kyushu on the south-west coast. The city became well known in 1945 when it suffered a nuclear bombing. The city is home to a range of museums, one of which is the atomic bomb museum which commemorates the city's past.

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