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Royal Caribbean 3-day WOW Sale: Up to 44% off cruises and half price deposits

Posted: 8 January 2019 12:06 pm

Get in before 10am on 10 January 2019.

Take to the seas with this flash cruise sale and score up to 44% off your next holiday. Royal Caribbean has pulled out the big guns with cruises from $1,086 per person and sweetened the deal with half-price deposits.

The catch is you've only got 48-hours to make your choice with this sale ending on 10 January. All cruises in the sale range from 6-15 nights long and pull up anchor between February and December 2019.

The cheapest seats out of the country start from $1,086, which is for an internal cabin on the 7-night South Pacific cruise. This takes you on board the Explorer of the Seas in March 2019, departing Sydney for Noumea and Lifou before returning home.

For a longer getaway with extra stops, opt for the New Zealand cruise which sails for 10 nights. Also departing from Sydney, you'll get to cruise through Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound with stops in Dunedin, Wellington, Napier and Picton. It's priced from $1,849 per person.

For cruise fanatics looking for something different, check out the one-way Sydney to Singapore cruise from $1,898. Explore some classic Aussie ports including Brisbane, Airlie Beach and Yorkeys Knob with an overnight stop in Darwin.

See what else takes your fancy over at Cruise Away but you'll need to be quick. This sale is on until 10am on 10 January 2019.

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