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Up to $800 off sailings, plus half-price deposits on Carnival Cruises

Posted: 4 February 2019 1:19 pm
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Take to the waves and save up to 47% on your next vacation.

Carnival Cruises has released its latest Funbelievable sale, cutting prices on a selection of cruises in the South Pacific, New Zealand, Asia and around Australia. You can save up to $800 per cabin, get half-price deposits and if you book before 13 February, you can enjoy a free upgrade.

Make yourself a cuppa and get comfy because the deals on this one just keep on going. There's up to 47% of savings to be had, with the biggest discount being for the 3-night getaway from Melbourne sailing one-way to Sydney for $300 per person twin share. A great short cruise giving the opportunity to explore two cities.

Keen for something longer? The 7-night New Caledonia cruise from $550 per person is a steal at up to 46% off. Departing out of Sydney, you'll visit Noumea and Isle Of Pines on the journey.

If you want to make a big vacation out of it, then check out the 16-day sail from Singapore to Sydney on the Carnival Splendour from $1,499. With stops in Bali, Komodo, Darwin, Airlie Beach and Moreton Island, you also get nine relaxing cruise days before finishing your journey in Sydney.

Want to see what else this Carnival Cruise sale has in store? Check out all the sailings on offer at CruiseAway here.

This sale ends 1 March or until cabins sell out.


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