Score 30% off Royal Caribbean cruises and up to US$1,000 on board credit
Sail away with a boat full of savings with the latest Royal Caribbean WOW sale.
Cruising season is knocking on our doors and for those of you seeking a last-minute escape at rock-bottom prices, Royal Caribbean has four sailings at up to 30% off.
They all range from 8-9 nights long and pull up anchor between November 2018 and March 2019.
What's more, whichever cabin you book you'll score some sweet on board credit (OBC) with internal cabins receiving a bonus US$100 to spend and grand suite cabins and above reaping the motherload with US$1,000 to do with as they will while on board.
The cheapest seats out of the country start from $1,179, which is for an internal cabin on the Pacific Island Discovery Cruise. This takes you on board the Radiance of the Seas in March 2019, departing Sydney for Noumea and Mystery Island before returning home.
For a longer getaway with extra stops, opt for the South Pacific Cruise which sails for 9 nights also in March 2019. Similarly it departs from Sydney for Mystery Island and Noumea but also calls in at Port Vila. It's priced from $1,499 per person.
Those seeking to sail out sooner rather than later can hop on the 9-night South Pacific Cruise in November. It takes its time, spending two days in Noumea and one day on Mystery Island and starts from $1,849 per person.
Last but not least is the Tropical Treats cruise. It takes off days after New Year's on 6 January from Sydney and is the most extensive cruise of the lot. It's the ultimate island-hopping cruise which sees you spend a day in Noumea, Mystery Island, Lifou and Isle of Pines. It's priced at $1,849 per person.
You've until 5 September to set your sights on the Pacific with these cruises. Bookings are being taken now through Flight Centre here.
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