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Get up to 40% off your next cruise with Royal Caribbean

Posted: 6 December 2019 2:55 pm
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Plus up to US$400 onboard credit and a bonus up to US$300 in savings.

Get ready to sail the seas with the latest Royal Caribbean offer.

Enjoy up to 40% off every guest, up to US$400 onboard credit per stateroom to spend at sea and up to a bonus US$300 in savings. The amount of onboard credit will vary depending on the length of your selected cruise and the type of room. Cruises must start and end in Australia with prices based on twin share.

The wide range of destinations includes Australia, Honolulu, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Spain, the USA, Singapore, China and Canada.

If you're craving a cruise on a budget we found the cheapest fares from $339 per person for 2 nights in Sydney or cruise away on the Radiance of the Seas from Brisbane from $428 for 2 nights.

For those of you who are no strangers to a cruise, bring in your new year with an 8-night cruise Brisbane via Mystery Island from $1,594 or a 12-day sail from Sydney from $1,599.

If you happen to have some time up your sleeve we recommend one of the longer options including the 17-night cruise to Honolulu from $3,019 or the 19-day cruise from Perth to Sydney from $3,719, perfect for the annual getaway.

With the option of domestic and international cruising options, there's something for every type of traveller.

This one doesn't need a lot of convincing, so head over to CruiseAway to book your fares.

This deal is sailing away soon, it's available until 5pm AEDT on 10 December 2019.

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