Save up to 40% off Royal Caribbean cruises

Posted: 17 July 2019 2:36 pm

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Plus nab up to US$300 in onboard credit across hundreds of sailings.

If you've been dreaming about a cruise holiday with some big-ticket savings, then now's the time to seal the deal. Royal Caribbean cruises are not just on sale, they also come with up to US$300 onboard credit to sweeten the deal.

There are hundreds of sailings on offer worldwide but if you take a select local cruise, you can save up to 50%.

For eligible sailings that start and end in Australia, you'll get up to 40% off the 1st and 2nd passengers' fares. The 3rd and 4th passengers will also receive between 25% and 50% off.

The best deal we found is for the 10-day South Pacific journey on the Voyager of the Seas from $1,098 twin share. Save up to 29% and visit Nouméa, Maré and Lifou in New Caledonia and exotic Port Vila in Vanuatu topped off with 4 relaxing sea days to enjoy everything the ship has to offer.

Keen to explore New Zealand? Check out this 10-night North and South Island cruise on sale departing on 19 November 2019. Spend 11 days onboard the Radiance of the Seas from Sydney from $1,548 with stops in Dunedin, Akaroa, Wellington and Picton.

If you're keen for a last-minute adventure, we found this bargain 7-night Alaska cruise from $1,296 departing on 9 August 2019. You'll save a whopping 44% and get to visit ports like Ketchikan, Juneau and Hubbard Glacier.

Departures are available through to 21 April 2021, but to get these savings, you've got to book by 5:00pm on 23 July 2019.

You can see the full details of the sale and make your booking through CruiseAway here.

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