Carnival Cruise 72-hour sale has sailings from $576

Andrew Munro 16 August 2017

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It's a splash sale, for 72-hours only.

Carnival Cruises has just kicked off a sale with sailings going for as low as $72 per day for 72-hours only.

These deals are all about straightforward great value and cut prices, on a select range of voyages departing from Sydney and travelling the Pacific islands.

All prices include meals and accommodation and are for select sailings departing between October 2017 and December 2019. Here's what you can get for the next 72-hours:

  • A Glitzy New Caledonia Sail from $576 - 8 nights aboard the Carnival Legend, travelling the South Pacific and visiting New Caledonia. Bookings are available at this price right through to December 2019.
  • A Journey Through the Pacific from $576 - 8 nights on the Carnival Spirit, with bookings available from late October 2017 right through to December 2019.
  • The South Pacific Ocean from $629 - 8 nights in the South Pacific, on board the Carnival Spirit, stopping in at New Caledonia's best.
  • Pacific Legends Sydney roundtrip from $699 - 8 nights on the Carnival Legend, departing for the Pacific islands on 10 October 2017.
  • Magnificent Islands of the Pacific from $792 - 11 nights on the Carnival Spirit, departing on 17 October 2017 only.

Which one floats your boat? Scope out the deals, and get detailed itineraries and ship information at CruiseAway. These prices are only available until 18 August, or rooms are sold out.

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