Score up to 40% off Royal Caribbean cruises

Posted: 8 July 2019 4:21 pm
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Set sail from just $285 per person.

Have your sights set on a New Zealand, South Pacific or Asia cruise? Well, now's the time to seal the deal with this massive sale on select Royal Caribbean cruises.

You can save up to 40% off each guest on over 100 cruises departing from all around Australia with sailings between September 2019 and April 2021.

One of the best deals we found is for the 10-night New Zealand cruise from $1,398 twin share. You'll get to explore ports like Milford Sound, Dunedin and Picton before returning to Sydney.

For a cheap getaway, spend 3 days on the water from Sydney for just $285 per person on the Voyager of the Seas. You'll have seven restaurants, several bars, a nightclub, a pool and even an ice-skating rink to keep you occupied.

Keen to discover the South Pacific? This 10-day New Caledonia and Vanuatu cruise starts from $1,099 and has a relaxing balance of four sea days along with four different stops.

For those looking for lengthy exploration, check out the 20-day voyage to Honolulu from Sydney from $2,333 twin share. You'll get to stop in hot destinations around New Zealand, French Polynesia and Hawaii before disembarking in Honolulu.

You can see the full details of the sale and make bookings through CruiseAway here but you'll need to be quick. The sale ends on 6 August 2019.

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