Get 40% off Royal Caribbean cruises

Posted: 16 January 2020 1:43 pm

Mature couple standing at the railing on deck of a cruise ship, holding a drink, smiling, Mediterranean Sea

Plus up to US$400 per stateroom to spend at sea.

If you're dreaming of sailing away into the sunset, then Royal Caribbean's latest sale is sure to be a hit. With destinations on sale all across the globe you're going to want to drop everything and book.

Find yourself on the cheapest cruise with a 2-night Sydney sailing starting from $349 or a 2-night cruise from Brisbane starting from $428 per person.

So here's the fine print: prices are based on twin share and apply to all new, inclusive, local voyages that depart up until 21 April 2021 – cruises must start or end in Australia. International cruises can save up to 30% off and apply to new sailings on or after 4 December 2019. The amount of onboard credit that you receive will be dependant on the length of the cruise and whether it's a local or international sailing.

If you're looking for an international escape then look no further than Hawaii, China, Western and Eastern Europe. Our favourite sailings include a 20-night to Honolulu, New Zealand and French Polynesia from $2,789, 7 nights through Shanghai and Japan from $1,023 or a beautiful 7-night cruise to Venice, Croatia, Montenegro and Greece from $1,413 per person.

We couldn't leave out these sailings either:

  • 5-night cruise of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand from $800 per person
  • 13-night cruise of Copenhagen to Barcelona via Bergen from $1,955 per person
  • 9-night cruise of Sydney via the Pacific from $1,199 per person
  • 8-night cruise of Venice, Croatia and Greece from $2,191 per person

To book the cruise of your dreams, head over to CruiseAway now.

If you've got your eye on a particular cruise then don't wait around. This sale ends 2 February 2020, unless sold out prior.

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