Sail away from as little as $65 per day in the latest Carnival Cruises sale
Plus, pay from $75 to secure your room.
If you've got vacation on the brain, then we have just the solution. You can save up to 45% and get half-price deposits when you book from select Carnival cruises in the latest Get Your Fun On sale.
All prices include meals and most entertainment onboard and are for select sailings departing between 12 March 2019 and 30 December 2020.
Most cruises start from Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane but you can also save on some one-way cruises starting from Hawaii and Singapore, like the 16-day sail from Singapore to Sydney. Not only do you get to visit five different ports in Indonesia and Australia, but you also get to experience nine full days at sea. Prices start at $1,049 per person twin share which is a massive 45% off full price.
Cruising newbie? Test the waters with a 3-day sail from Melbourne to Sydney from $249. Enjoy a long weekend on board the recently refurbished Carnival Spirit, equipped with a water park, gym, spa, 20 restaurants and bars, adults-only areas and kids clubs.
One of the sale highlights is the 9-night South Pacific cruise from $830 per person. Departing from Sydney, you'll get to visit Noumea, Lifou, Mystery Island and Isle of Pines.
Looking for something special? Check out the 10-day New Caledonia cruise sailing over Christmas from $1,629. Start a new tradition and avoid all the stress that usually comes with the holidays while exploring somewhere new.
Do you see yourself taking to the seas for your next holiday? If so, zip over to CruiseAway and get your room before it's taken.
The Carnival Get Your Fun On sale is available until 21 March unless sold out prior.
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