The Australian Open 2021 is one sail away with P&O Cruises
Got some major FOMO from missing out on the Australian Open this year?
If you're sitting on your couch (or maybe at work) streaming the best players in tennis tear up the court and wishing you were there, P&O Cruises has you covered for the 2021 games.
The sailings start off from $849 per person on a 7-night cruise from Brisbane to Melbourne. You'll be sailing from 16 January - 23 January 2021, and receive up to $100 in onboard spending credit.
Get the full package with a holiday and Australian Open tickets in one. So here's what's included: enjoy two days in Melbourne with two ground passes per person, transfers between the ship and Melbourne Park, a meet and greet with tennis personalities, a photo opportunity with the Australian Open trophies, main meals and entertainment onboard. Keep in mind the lowest fares are based on a 4-person share.
If you're departing from Sydney you can climb aboard the Pacific Adventure for a 5-night sailing from Sydney to Melbourne from $901.50 per person. You can enjoy up to $50 in onboard credit and will depart from 20 January - 25 January 2021.
For all of you who are already two steps ahead and want to organise your tickets for the 2022 games, P&O Cruises also has you covered. Depart from 19 January - 23 January 2022 with up to $50 in onboard spending money on a 5-night Sydney to Melbourne sailing starting from $1,011.50 per person.
All cruises return to their original departure port.
Don't need anymore convincing? Head over to P&O Cruises now to lock in your 2021/2022 Australian Open experience.
These cruises aren't a part of a specific sale, so you'll have to get in quick before they sail away!
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