Royal Caribbean sale: Up to 30% off for families – plus, 3rd and 4th passengers sail from $29 per day

Posted: 16 March 2018 12:28 pm

Are you looking at your next family vacation?

Wave goodbye to home and take the whole family on vacation with up to 30% off on your next Royal Caribbean cruise plus kids can sail from $29 per day.

While this offer is targeted at families if you book two full-price guests then the third and fourth sail for $29 a day. There are no age limits and you don't have to be a family so feel free to take advantage of the savings however you can.

The best savings we found is for the New Zealand cruise from Sydney from $2,449 per person. Experience 10 nights on the Ovation of the Seas with stops in Picton, Napier, Wellington, Dunedin, Dusky Sound, Doubtful Sound and Milford Sounds. After this cruise, you would have seen more of New Zealand than most.

For just a little taste of life on the seas, you can check out the 4 day cruise to and from Sydney from $849 per person. A great way to ease your family into longer voyages.

Other highlights include:

  • 12 day expedition to New Caledonia from Sydney. Explore four tropical ports in New Caledonia and Vanuatu from $1,599.
  • 6 day cruise from Sydney to Hobart and back from $899 per person.
  • 15 day Singapore cruise from $2,147 per person . An indulgent cruising adventure heading one-way from Singapore to Sydney.

To book: Head to CruiseAway for the full list of cruises on offer and to book your cabin.

The offer ends on 9 April unless sold out prior.

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