Pay just $1 to secure your next Princess Cruises sail

Cristal Dyer 12 April 2019 NEWS

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Take a break. You deserve it.

Princess Cruises is one of the most luxurious cruise lines in the world, so when they have a sale we stand up and listen.

This time around, you can get pampered on the high seas with just a $1 deposit for over 500 cruises around Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the South Pacific and Alaska.

They run for as little as $298 twin share and as short as 2 nights so you don't even have to take time off. For a stylish mini-break, check out this Sydney to Brisbane cruise on board the Sun Princess. Sail one way to Brisbane with a whole sea day in between to really unwind.

One of the best deals we found is for the 14 day New Zealand cruise from Sydney. Cruise through popular ports including Bay of Islands, Fiordland National Park, Wellington and Akaroa along with five sea days to really unwind. Prices start from $2,349 twin share.

Keen to couple a cruise with some time away? This 7-night Japan cruise is hard to pass up with prices starting from $698 twin share. That's just $87.25 a day! You'll really get to see more of Japan with stops in Okinawa, Ishigaki and a day in Taipei as well.

Cruises are available throughout 2019 and 2020 and are on sale until 18 April 2019. There are even some super last minute sailings as early as 15 April if you happen to have any spare leave up your sleeve.

Well, what are you waiting for? Make your way over to CruiseAway online to pay your $1 deposit and then get ready to (literally) sail away.


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