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Flight Centre

So much more than just flights, Flight Centre recently look CruiseAbout completely under its wing and all the cruise deals from them will now be available directly through Flight Centre.

  • Online chat, phone support and in-store assistance are all available if you need help with your cruise booking
  • Pair your cruise deal with flight, accommodation, tour and other offers Flight Centre has.

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P&O

Sailing around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, P&O Cruises offers stress-free holidays that are packed with entertainment, activities and unique ports of call.

  • Frequent deals offering low deposits, free onboard credit and discounted sailings
  • Award-winning company for its shore excursions, family-friendly service and itineraries

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Cruiseaway

With more than 15 years of experience in the Australian cruise market, CruiseAway offers a huge range of sailings and deep discounts of up to 70%.

  • Best cruises prices guaranteed
  • Offers prices below the brochure rates on many sailings
  • Cruises available from more than 70 lines including Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Princess, P&O, MSC, Norwegian and Viking River Cruises

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My Cruises

Offering luxury cruise packages that take the stress out of booking a holiday, My Cruises creates the ultimate sailing packages to the Mediterranean, Alaska, India, the South Pacific and many more.

  • Packages all incude flights, plus extras like day tours or land-based extensions, onboard credit and more
  • Get up to $4,000 in bonus value with your package

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Uniworld

An award-winning cruise provider that offers luxury river cruises across Europe and around the world.

  • All-inclusive cruises are available
  • Tours and sailing holidays worldwide
  • Dedicated deals section where you can browse the best offers available

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U River Cruises

The youthful counterpart of Uniworld, helping adventure seekers explore Europe by riverboat.

  • Sleek, contemporary cruise ships come with a social club for like-minded travellers to meet
  • Unlike cruise liners, U River Cruises' riverboats mean you'll dock right in the heart of the city where all the action is

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Contiki

Youthful and dedicated to good times, Contiki is the company to go for if you like to let your hair down.

  • Meet friends and travel with your own age group. The trips are only available for 18–35 year olds
  • Last minute deals available
  • Contiki's sailing trips are on smaller boats do you can visit much more than just major cruise ports

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G Adventures

Embark on a cruise with a twist of adventure and combine the best of both worlds.

  • Trips focus on getting off the beaten track and into a more authentic experience
  • Commitment to sustainable travel
  • Expedition cruises offer the chance of a lifetime to see some the world's most extreme and remote destinations

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P&O Cruises P&O Cruises

$1 deposits + up to $900 in onboard credit

Available cruises departing after 27 August 2019 to the Whitsundays, Queensland coast, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Fiji and more. Onboard credit amount depends on the length of your cruise and cabin booked.

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MSC Cruises MSC Cruises

Get 2-for-1 rates on last-minute cruises

Valid for travel until December 2019, including over Christmas. Destinations include Venice, Italy, France, Japan, South Africa and more. T&Cs apply.

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CruiseAway CruiseAway

50% off deposits + Up to $600 OBC with 11-day South Pacific cruise

Valid for travel between March 2020 - March 2021 departing from Sydney with Carnival. Includes daily meals, entertainment and more. T&Cs apply.

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CruiseAway CruiseAway

50% off deposit + Up to $500 OBC with Holland America cruises

Valid for travel on select dates in 2020-2021. Includes $25 beverage card for kids, complimentary pinnacle grill dinner and more. Destinations include Auckland, Sydney, Christchurch, Tasmania and more. T&Cs apply.

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G Adventures G Adventures

2-for-1 on select sailing and cruise tours

Biggest discounts are available on Sri Lanka sailing tours and France river cruises. Also save up to 20% on select Antarctica tours.

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U River Cruises U River Cruises

8-day Europe river cruises from $2,499

Cruise through Germany, Netherlands, Hungary and see Europe's Christmas markets on select dates until December 2019.

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CruiseAway CruiseAway

$1 deposit and up to $900 OBC with P&O

Valid for cruises until 23 December 2019. Destinations include Sydney, Brisbane, Noumea, Port Douglas, Sunshine Coast and more. T&Cs apply.

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MSC Cruises MSC Cruises

Kids sail free with MSC cruises

Kids under 11 years old sail free on select cruises, including over Christmas. Kids under 3 years old receive free bottle warmers, bouncing chairs, strollers and more. T&Cs apply.

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MSC Cruises MSC Cruises

Up to 50% off Europe cruises with free drinks and Wi-Fi

Valid for travel on select dates in 2019 - 2020, including over Christmas. Destinations include Barcelona, Civitavecchia, Croatia, Amsterdam, St. Petersburg and more. T&Cs apply.

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Uniworld Uniworld

Up to $2,200 off cruises

Valid for travel on select dates in 2019 - 2020 including Christmas season. Destinations include Europe, France, Asia and more. T&Cs apply.

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21 Aug 2019 50% off deposits + Up to $600 OBC with 11-day South Pacific cruise ********
21 Aug 2019 50% off deposit + Up to $500 OBC with Holland America cruises ********
20 Aug 2019 2-for-1 on select sailing and cruise tours ********
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    TimApril 15, 2019

    Hi! I note that the CruiseDirect is a USA site dealing in US dollars. Will they accept bookings from Australia and is there additional costs in dealing with this site as well as costs involved in the currency exchange, above the normal conversion rate to US dollars? Thank you.

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      MaiApril 16, 2019Staff

      Hi Tim,

      Thank you for reaching out.

      Yes, CruiseDirect is a US based company but they accept bookings world wide. They will only charge you for whatever the fee of your fare is plus an international surcharge which you will see before you confirm your booking. If you will pay using your card, then you may need to check with your bank the charges when you pay a booking in USD and check the conversion fee, exchange rate, etc.

      Hope this helps!

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