This 40% off Princess Cruises sale lets you sail from just $81 per day
Plus, 3rd and 4th guests sail from just $179 per person.
Princess Cruises is heating up your summer with massive discounts on cruises around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
At up to 40% off launch fares, they're pretty difficult to beat.
And with 2-night sailings from $199 per person, based on twin share, they could wind up cheaper than spending the weekend at home.
For that price you could be sailing from Brisbane to Sydney on the Sea Princess in early March. Just in time to cure the Christmas blues.
Live in Melbourne? No sweat. There's a $199 per person 3-day cruise on sale too that takes you from Melbourne to Sydney in April. Of course if you tack on two extra friends/family members they can join you from $179 per person.
Longer cruises are also on sale. If you're keen to stretch your wings far and wide, we're loving this South Pacific cruise from Sydney. It's 9-days on board the Sea Princess and at $799 per person based on twin share, or $88.78 per person per day, you'll be singing all the way to the South Pacific.
Altnernatively you can head in the other direction, toward our neighbours in New Zealand. At 48% off, this 13-day Christmas cruise is the bargain you'll want to splurge on. It'll set you back $1,449 per person (down from $2,049) and takes you to Melbourne, Hobart and around New Zealand's north and south islands. Bring two kids (or two adults, we don't judge) to share a 4-bed cabin and that goes down to a whopping $1,054 per person. That's just $81 per day per person.
Get on this now by requesting a free quote on your desired itinerary through CruiseAway here but be quick, this sale ends at 5pm on 24 October 2019, unless cabins sell out earlier.
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