Get up to 49% off sailings, plus $49 deposits on Carnival
Spend some fun in the sun with this early-bird sale.
Sail up the coast to the South Pacific or down to New Zealand at up to $500 off with Carnival Cruises' latest sale.
2019 and 2020 cruises are both on sale and the best bit is that with reduced deposits, you'll only have to put down $49 now to save your spot.
There are over 50 sailings to choose from with this sale. We could wax on about them all, but we've pulled out some of the more exceptional options below to whet your interest:
The cheapest: This goes to a three-night ocean cruise from Melbourne to Sydney in March 2019. At just $300 per person, based on twin share, taking the scenic route between these two capital cities won't break the bank.
The shortest: Can't spare the annual leave but in desperate need of a holiday? Try a two-night cruise from Sydney to Melbourne instead. It sails in January 2020, costs $350 per person and is a grand way to celebrate the new year.
The longest: The Double Delights Fiji and French Flavours DreamAway Package is the ultimate cruise. It's a 19-day adventure through the South Pacific starting in Sydney and calling in at Noumea, Papeete, Tahiti and more on the way to Hawaii. It includes a hotel stay in Hawaii, selected drinks and flights back from Honolulu. Prices start at $3,199 per person and the cruise sets sail on 3 April 2019.
The most celebratory: Try this 12-night South Pacific cruise from Sydney. It sails over Christmas 2019, running from 18-30 December and you'll spend Christmas Day on the seas cruising between Suva and Mystery Island. It's priced at $2,348 per person.
Want to see what else this Carnival Cruise sale has in store? Check out the full list of sailings at CruiseAway here.
This sale ends 15 November unless cabins sell out.
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