Snap up to 30% on sailings with this Royal Caribbean Family Flash Sale

Posted: 28 June 2019 10:09 am

Royal Caribbean

Plus score up to US$300 of onboard credit and kids pay from just $19 per day.

Wave goodbye to your ordinary holiday and take to the sea, with a boatload of savings on Royal Caribbean cruises.

The Royal Caribbean Family Flash Sale lets you save up to 30% off the first two guests, get up to US$300 of onboard credit and also take your kids with you from just $19 per day.

There are 16 different sailings on sale starting with the 8-night Queensland cruise from Sydney aboard the Voyager of the Seas. Pay from $899 per person twin-share with stops in Brisbane, Willis Island and Airlie Beach.

Here are some other highlights of the sale

  • 10-night New Caledonia and Vanuatu cruise from $1,399 per person. Visit Lifou, Isle of Pines, Port Vila, Mystery Island and Nouméa before returning to Sydney.
  • 12-night New Zealand cruise sailing from Sydney. Enjoy 8 different spots around both the North and South Islands aboard the Ovation of the Seas from $1,800.
  • 17 nights exploring Asia and Australia from $1,960. Spend time in Vietnam, Singapore, Darwin, Airlie Beach and Brisbane on this one-way cruise from Hong Kong to Sydney.

Departures are available from November 2019 to November 2020 but to get these savings you'll have to book by 2 July 2019.

For a full list of cruises on sale as well as where to inquire for more information, head over to CruiseAway.

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