Up to 30% off in the Royal Caribbean Global WOW Sale
Take to the seas with up to 30% off plus get up to US$400 onboard credit.
Bookings are now open for the Royal Caribbean Global WOW Sale, delivering up to 30% off plus US$400 onboard credit (OBC) per stateroom on all voyages booked between now and Monday 12 March.
The greatest discount we found was for cruises from Sydney to New Zealand with the Ovation of the Seas from $2,299. The 10-night cruise stops in Picton, Napier, Wellington, Dunedin, Dusky Sound and Doubtful Sound. The final stop is at New Zealand’s most Instagrammable destination, Milford Sound.
Other highlights of the sale include the following:
- An 11-night cruise to New Caledonia and Vanuatu from $1,588. Depart from Sydney and take in five tropical island ports.
- A trip with the Radiance of the Seas from Sydney to Melbourne and back. The cruise is for four nights from $899 per person.
- A five-night Tasmania cruise with two full days in Hobart. The cruise departs from Sydney and costs from $988
Eligible cruises departing from Australia include a range of local sails as well as voyages to the South Pacific, Asia and New Zealand.
If you're keen to pair a cruise with an international holiday, then consider this 12-night Mediterranean cruise departing from Barcelona from $1,866 at 31% off. Flights are currently on sale to Barcelona from $1,070 return.
Or you can try a 14-night one-way sail from Singapore from $2,012 stopping in Perth, Adelaide and Tasmania before disembarking in Sydney. AirAsia is currently having a Mega Sale to Singapore from $138 one-way.
This sale only runs for a few days, but you can make bookings well into the 2019 cruising season.
OBC is per stateroom and varies by category:
- Interior: US$100
- Oceanview: US$150
- Balcony: US$200
- Suite: US$400
You can see the full list of eligible cruises and make bookings here. The Royal Caribbean Global WOW sale is available until 12 March unless sold out prior.
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