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September Cruises

Why Cruise in September?

Shoulder seasons are often perfect for cruising some of the most popular destinations for two reasons:

  • Lower prices
  • Fewer crowds

Go with one of our below suggestions for a September cruise holiday of a lifetime.

Transatlantic Cruises

Cruising from Europe to the USA or the other way around is a great way to experience and enjoy all your cruise ship has to offer:

  • Onboard entertainment
  • All the restaurants
  • Classes and presentations
  • Pools and fitness studios
  • Spas and beauty salons

September sees most repositioning cruises go down in price drastically, so what better time to enjoy one?

New Caledonia

Being one of the most sought-after cruising destinations for Australians, the paradise islands of New Caledonia can get crowded and expensive.

September is the start of the cruising season in the region, so there will be fewer people around, plus the weather is excellent for enjoying the beach and the waters.

Western Australia Coast

The splendid beaches and national parks of Western Australia will welcome you with dry and very comfortable weather in September. Being outside around the time is a dream, also because you can easily spot:

  • Humpback whales
  • Dolphins
  • Dugongs

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