Nab free flights to New Zealand with Princess Cruises
It's smooth sailing all the way to your next holiday.
Fly and cruise packages are a godsend for anyone who prefers to get their holiday sorted in one hit. And with Princess Cruises' latest Fly Free offer, you can package up your next cruise holiday to New Zealand without having to pay a cent for your flight over.
All up, there are four cruises to choose from – all of which can be booked via Flight Centre and are for journeys between October 2018 and February 2019.
One-way flights are included in sails that return to or depart from Australia only, while return fares are included for New Zealand-only cruises.
Whichever way you look at it, you're getting to and from home without having to pay extra.
Prices start from $1,915 per person based on twin share for the Australia and New Zealand cruise that departs on 6 December 2018. It starts in Sydney and pops by Melbourne and Hobart before taking you around New Zealand to gaze upon the dazzling fjords of Fiordland National Park. It then heads up the east coast past Dunedin and Akaroa before concluding in Auckland where you'll catch your flight back to Sydney.
For something a little longer, the New Zealand and Australia cruise follows a similar course but includes a stopover in Wellington. It runs for 13 days, departs on 23 October and starts from $2,049 per person, based on twin share.
If you're coming in from outside of Sydney, this 12-night Sydney to New Zealand cruise includes free return flights to Sydney where you'll board the Majestic Princess bound for Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington, Akaroa, Dunedin and Fiordland National Park. Prices start from $2,159 per person based on twin share, and the cruise departs on 6 February 2019.
Again, for a similar though slightly longer cruise, which includes a day in Bay of Islands, this 13-night New Zealand cruise sails you there from Sydney and includes free return fares to and from that home port. Prices start at $2,449 per person based on twin share and the cruise departs 12 January 2019.
This sale ends 16 August, unless cabins sell out prior.
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