Sail away with Carnival and save up to $800 off per cabin
Plus pay half price on your deposit.
Carnival has just released its Nautical But Nice Sale, cutting prices on trips heading to the South Pacific, Asia and around Australia. You can score discounts up to $800 off per cabin plus secure your spot with a half-price deposit.
The best deal we found is the 10-night Pacific island cruise for $999 per person twin-share. Departing from Sydney, stops include Nouméa, Isle of Pines, Lifou, Mystery Island and Mare and the cruise includes five relaxing days at sea.
Another great deal is the 12-night New Zealand cruise sailing from Melbourne. See way more of New Zealand than you ever thought possible in one trip with stops in Wellington, Napier, Picton, Akaroa, Dunedin and Fiordland National Park. Prices start from $1,699 per person twin-share, saving you 33%.
New to cruising? Test out your sea legs with a sample size cruise you can fit in over the weekend like this 2-night sail from Sydney to Melbourne starting from $249 per person. You'll get to spend your mini-break onboard the Carnival Spirit, which comes complete with a water park, three pools, a comedy club, a mini-golf course, eleven restaurants and even an adults-only retreat.
If you've got the time and want to make a big trip out of it, check out the 19-night sail from Honolulu to Brisbane from $2,999 per person. You'll get to explore stops in Hawaii, French Polynesia, Tonga and Vanuatu including Maui, Bora Bora and Tahiti.
Overall, there are 60 cruises on offer departing as early as 18 September 2019 through to 7 January 2021.
Do you see yourself taking to the seas for your next holiday? If so, you can zip over to either Cruise Away or Flight Centre to get your room before it's taken.
The Nautical But Nice sale is available until 30 September unless sold out prior.
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