Sail away with Carnival Cruises at up to 37% off

Posted: 23 July 2019 1:24 pm News

Carnival cruise

Plus score up to $500 in onboard credit.

Carnival Cruises has released its latest Treat Yourself sale, cutting prices on a selection of cruises in the South Pacific, Asia, New Zealand and around Australia. You can save up to 37% per person and score up to $500 of onboard credit.

There are dozens of cruises to choose from on sailings between August 2019 and December 2020. The best deal we found is for the 9-night New Caledonia cruise from Sydney. Prices start from $1,149 per person twin share and include stops in Lifou, Isle of Pines and Noumea.

New to cruising? Test your sea legs with a weekend sampler to get a taste of life on the water. This 2-night Sydney to Melbourne cruise starts from $299 per person on the Carnival Spirit, which is somewhat of a destination in itself. From three-course meals in one of the many restaurants, a water park, comedy club, and daytime and night-time activities and performances, there's something on board for everyone.

If you've got some time on your hands, then check out the 18-night Hawaii to Brisbane cruise from $3,149. You'll get plenty of relaxing sea days along with stops in Maui, Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Tonga and Vanuatu.

All sailings are available to book until 22 August, unless cabins sell out earlier.

Pull up anchor and treat yourself now with a free quote on your Carnival Cruise sailing through CruiseAway here.


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