Save up to 55% off your next Princess Cruises sail
Plus your 3rd and 4th guests can cruise from just $76.
The Princess Cruises Spring Clearance Sale is happening right now making this luxurious cruise line that little bit more affordable.
You can save up to 55% per person off launch fares plus your third and fourth guests sail from just $76 per person.
The best deal overall is for a 10-night sail from Singapore around Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. If you're keen for an extended holiday, then this one can save you a massive 55%, bringing the price down to $799 per person twin-share.
For something starting closer to home, check out this 11-night Papua New Guinea cruise from Brisbane from $1,349 per person. You'll get to visit six spots around the islands with four relaxing cruise days included.
Cruising newbies can test out their sea legs with the 3-night sampler cruise from Sydney aboard the Ruby Princess from $464 per person. There are 10 dining options, 7 bars, 2 pools, a nightclub, theatre for nightly performances, movies under the stars, karaoke, live music and comedy shows to keep you entertained throughout your mini-holiday.
Got the South Pacific on your mind? This 14-night cruise from Sydney to Vanuatu, Fiji and New Caledonia is just the right length to get you in the holiday mood. Starting from $1,698 per person, you'll get to visit stops like Lifou, Port Vila, Suva and Noumea with plenty of sea days mixed in.
In total, you've got 37 cruises to choose from, covering destinations around Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia. Cruises depart as early as 30 September 2019 through to 5 April 2020.
Explore your options and book your spots through CruiseAway before the sale ends on 26 September 2019.
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