Southeast Asia cruise with Princess Cruises from Flight Centre - Cruises
- 12-night cruise on Sun Princess
- From Fremantle to Singapore
- Calls in at Lombok, Port Kelang, Penang, Langkawi and Phuket
- Departs on November 2019
Fremantle is a major port in Australia that offers cruises to destinations that are close to home or around the world. Whether you’re looking to set sail for only a few days, weeks or even months, Fremantle offers cruises to destinations across the globe.
Ships from Fremantle depart to Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Auckland, Singapore, Benoa, Bali, London and Cape Town.
Itineraries range from round-trip cruises to round-the-world cruises from 1-40 nights.
Cruise lines that depart from Fremantle include Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises, Cunard, Regent, Azamara, Crystal Cruises and North Star Cruises Australia.
See Asia, Australia and beyond with cruises that range from 8-40 nights. Popular itineraries are 12-nights long and include stops in Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Phuket and more.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Singapore:
Cruises that include a stop in Broome range from 15-40 nights and cover destinations such as Northern Territory, South Australia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Singapore and more.
The most popular cruises are around two weeks long and conclude in Sydney or Brisbane.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Broome:
The length of cruises from Fremantle to Sydney vary from 12-17 nights and include popular itineraries around the south of Australia and New Zealand.
Stops often include Melbourne, Adelaide, Christchurch, Wellington and more.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Sydney:
Cruises that include a stopover in Margaret River are typically 3-6 nights and explore south and western Australia ending in Adelaide, Melbourne or a round-trip back to Fremantle.
These short cruises start at $240 per person but round-the-world cruises can also stop in Margaret River as well.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Margaret River:
Popular cruises to Brisbane are 15-nights that stop in Australian ports and Papua New Guinea. Cruises from Fremantle to Brisbane travel north stopping in ports such as Broome, Darwin and Port Douglas.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Brisbane:
Cruises that include a stopover in Esperance range from 5-17 nights that stop in destinations such as Western Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand with round-trips available. Cruises start from $585 per person.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Esperance:
There is a limited number of cruises departing Fremantle for Hong Kong during the cruising season.
These are generally part of longer round-the-world trips and can visit destinations around Australia and New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and more.
To increase your options, you may wish to consider departing from Sydney or Brisbane instead.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Hong Kong:
Explore the south of Australia with popular cruises from Fremantle to Melbourne that are 6-8 nights long stopping in destinations such as Albany, Adelaide, Margaret River and Kangaroo Island.
Cruise lines that offer sailings from Fremantle to Melbourne:
Cruises depart from the Fremantle Cruise Terminal. The closest airport to Fremantle is the Perth Airport which is approximately a 50-minute taxi ride to the cruise terminal.
Public transport via Transperth will take you to the city of Fremantle or myAirshuttle offers direct transfers to the Fremantle Cruise Passenger Terminal. An Uber costs approximately $43-57.
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Image: Fremantle Ports
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