EXPLORE.
DREAM.
DISCOVER.

The pricing are per person based on 2 people sharing the stateroom category. The prices in Singapore dollars (SGD) are inclusive of taxes, port expenses and on-board gratuities. However the prices in US Dollars (USD) are NOT inclusive of taxes port expenses and on-board gratuities.  From pricing is featured as a guide only. All itineraries, dates and pricing are all subject to change and availability. Please check with us at  the time of booking.  Thank you. 

 $719 SGD

 

 

3 Night Malaysia Explorer Cruise

Voyager of the Seas

Ex-Singapore Departure

2019 Route 1

Jan 18, 25; Feb 15, 22;

Mar 01, 11; 19*, 21**

2019 Route 2

 Apr 30; May 03, 10, 17, 24, 31; Jun 07, 14, 21; Oct 18, 25;

Nov 01, 08

Mar 01,11

*3-night sailing to Kuala Lumpur (port Klang) on Spectrum of the Seas

**4-night sailing to Penang on Spectrum of the Seas

Itinerary

Day 01 - Singapore 4.30 PM

Day 02 - Penang, Malaysia

                 ( 3 PM - 11 PM)

Day 03 - Cruising

Day 04 - Singapore 8 AM

(Port of call and times may vary)

Highlights

An island of rich Chinese heritage, Penang has an array of temples, ruins, museums, preserved forests, and beautiful beaches that make a trip here more than worthwhile. Top it off with the fact that this island is said to be the country’s unofficial food capital. A must see is the famous Kek Lok Si, the snake temple, the spice garden and the world class Utopia Butterfly Park. If you fancy some history, take the tram up Penang Hill, visit Fort Cornwallis, the floating mosque or if you had no plans, just  relax at Batu Feringgi beach for a cup of tea. If you stay in Georgetown, you can visit the iconic Komtar tower with a view deck at 58th floor, and don't miss all the Penang street arts displayed all over namely Jalan Penang, Muntri Street, Weld Quay, Lebuh Leith, Armenian Street, Ah Quee Street and more). There is also a Botanic garden and a Bird Park for nature enthusiast.
 

$1263 SGD

 

 

5 Night Spice of Southeast Asia

Quantum of the Seas

Ex-Singapore Departures

2019 Nov 16, 25, 30; Dec 09, 14, 23*, 28* 

2020 Jan 28*; Feb 02, 15**; 28; Mar 08, 13, 22; Apr 04, 17

 *Holiday sailing

**Similar sailing runs in reverse

Itinerary

Day 01 - Singapore 5.00 PM

Day 02 - Port Klang, Malaysia

                (8 AM till 5 PM)

Day 03 - Penang, Malaysia

                ( 8 AM till 5 PM)

Day 04 - Phuket, Thailand

                ( 8 AM till 8 PM)

Day 05 - Cruising

Day 06 - Singapore 8 AM

Highlights

Penang - Best way  to see Penang is by walking. Penang’s Street of Harmony is found along Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling and is by far one of the places which best reflect the multi-cultural uniqueness of Malaysia as a country. The street is filled with multiple places of worship catering to different faiths and it’s not uncommon to see devotees pouring in and out on a weekend or religious holiday. Some of the buildings include the Masjid Kapitan Keling (duh!), Kuan Yin Temple, St. George’s Church, the Sri Mahamariamman Temple and many more. The famous Khoo Kongsi building is also located here. And of course the food - 

From hawker food staples like Char Koay Teow to delicious broths like Penang Laksa, and even to scrumptious after meal delights like Rojak and chendol, Penang has it all.

 Phuket - Phi Islands Tour by Speedboat gives you a day of exploring the most stunning sights around these very popular and very beautiful islands in Southern Thailand. Phang Nga Bay gives you a unique, personal perspective of this amazing part of the world. The striking limestone islands and caves are a wonder to behold and the small sea kayak is the only way to get right up close, though the smallest channels and into to beautiful secret lagoons which are inaccessible by any larger boat, providing fantastic views of nature at its finest. Or take a tour - This introduction to the southern part of Phuket Island features many of the top attractions, giving you the best views, buildings and beaches in a comfortable half-day tour. Through seeing the main sights and with the help of the English-speaking guide, you will also gain a bit more of an understanding of the culture and history of Phuket. You can see the cashew nut factory, honey and gem outlets.
Of course, it is also fun to walk on your own and try some massages, enjoy local Thai cuisines and shop everywhere in Patong beach.
 

$2197 SGD

 

 

7 Night JAPAN & PHILIPPINES

Ex-Hong Kong Departure

Voyager of the Seas

2019 Apr 14

Spectrum of the Seas

2019 Nov 24; Dec 22**

2020 Jan 02**

*Similar 7-night sailing available from Shanghai (Baoshan)

**Sailing visits llocos (Salomague), Philippines instead of Ishigaki, Japan

Itinerary

Day 01  Hong Kong, China 5 PM

Day 02 Cruising

Day 03 Okinawa, Japan

              1.30PM - 9.30 PM

Day 04 Ishigaki, Japan

              13.30 AM - 8.30 PM

Day 05 Cruising

Day 06 Subic Bay, Philippines

               10 AM - 8 PM

Day 07 Cruising

Day 08 Hong Kong, China 7 AM

Highlights:

 Okinawa - A chain of islands further south from mainland Japan, Okinawa is a favourite getaway destination for many Japanese, and it’s not hard to understand why. Whether we’re talking food, culture, or nature, Okinawa is stunningly multi-faceted and uniquely captivating. The inner child in all of us will be jumping in excitement at the Churaumi Aquarium - think majestic giant whale sharks, manta rays, tropical deep sea fish, and colourful corals. With more than 700 different species, the aquarium is spread over three floors and houses the largest tank in the world - the Kuroshio Tank.

Catch daily Eisa performances at Okinawa world, a traditional folk dance native to the island, performed by young people to honour the spirits of their ancestors. Vibrant, loud, and full of energy. You can even join in if you like!

Just a 15 minute drive away from the main island, and a stone’s throw away from the airport is the Ashibinaa Outlet Mall houses over 100 luxury boutiques such as Marc Jacobs, Salvatore Ferragamo, as well as mid-tier high street outlets such as Banana Republic, and Levi’s, with crazy discounts, Or visit The Makishi Public Market isn’t known as “the Kitchen of Okinawa” for naught - with its glorious array of freshly caught seafood, meat, and tropical fruit; you’ll be eating your way through the typical life of an Okinawan. See Palace to the Ryukyu Kingdom some 600 years ago, the Shuri Castle was destroyed multiple times over the centuries by wars and fires before its reconstruction back in 1992. Or visit 

  the Peace Memorial Museum, home to this treasured piece of Okinawa’s history, which so permeates the island’s culture and way of living. In addition, visit the Peace Memorial Park, a sobering ode to some 200,000 lives lost in the Battle of Okinawa.

$917 SGD

 

 

4 Night Gem of Southeast Asia  

Voyager & Quantum of the Seas

Ex-Singapore Departures

 2019 : Jan 03, 14, 21;

Feb 02+, 11, 18, 25;

May 06*, 23*, 20*, 27*;

Jun 03*, 10*, 17*;

Oct 21*, 28*; Nov 04*

2020 : Jan 20; Feb 11, 24; Mar 31; Apr 13, 26**

*Sailing visits Penang instead of KL (Port Klang)

**4-night Phuket getaway cruise

+Holiday sailing 

Itinerary

Day 01 - Singapore 4.30 PM

Day 02 - Kuala Lumpur

                (Port Klang), Malaysia                    7PM-3PM

Day 03 - Phuket, Thailand 

                 (10 AM - 10 PM)

Day 04 - Cruising

Day 05 - Singapore 8 AM

 
Highlights
Phuket  The wonderful thing about Phuket is that there is always something to do – on and off the island, come rain or shine, and regardless of your age and ability. From chilling on your beach of choice to adrenaline activities and from romance to party revelry – the list of things to do is practically endless. Many of the places have in-house spa’s which are just perfect for an indulgent treatment. Try your hand at some of the watersports available to you or perhaps take a class in Muay Thai Boxing, yoga or cooking. When you are ready to explore further, discover the abundance of stunning beaches, delve into the rich history of Old Phuket Town and don’t forget to sample the fantastic dining and nightlife choices. Not to forget the beautiful islands of Phi Phi Island, and Phang-Nga Island for some snorkeling and sun bathing. 

$2499 USD

 

 

14N Southeast ASIA

Celebrity Millenium

ex-Hong Kong Departure

2019 Mar 2*; Dec 07, 21*

2020 Jan 04; Feb 15, 29*

*Cruise operates in reverse

 

Itinerary

Day 01 Hong Kong, China

Day 02 Hong Kong, China

Day 03 At Sea

Day 04 Hanoi (Halong Bay)

             Vietnam

Day 05 Hanoi (Halong Bay)

              Vietnam

Day 06 Hue/Danang

              (Chan May) Vietnam

Day 07 At Sea

Day 08 Ho Chi Minh (Phu My)

              Vietnam

Day 9 At Sea

Day 10 Bangkok

            Laemchabang, Thailand

Day 11 Bangkok

            Laemchabang, Thailand

Day 12 At Sea

Day 13 At Sea

Day 14 Singapore

Day 15 Singapore

Highlights:

Hong Kong - enjoy some dim sum or shop at Tsim Cha Tsui or Kowloon. Check in at the ship terminal for your 9 nights cruise.

Disembark at NhaTrang, also known as the Riviera of the South China Sea, offers a six-kilometre stretch of beautiful coastline with white sandy beaches, clear waters with an abundance of marine life and thriving reefs, verdant mountain ranges at each end, as well as 19 untouched islets that are just a short boat ride away. Offering a myriad of sightseeing and recreational activities, the coastal town itself is steeped with breath-taking structures that date back to the Champa Kingdom, Buddhist temples, and gothic-style Catholic churches, as well as natural hot springs, salt fields, and unique waterfalls.

Pho My, Vietnam, proceed to Ho Chi Minh City for a historical & cultural sighseeing around the city.

At Laem Chabang Port, Bangkok most people would take the coach to Bangkok. The overnight stay offers more experience in this vibrant capital, like the bustling night markets and dinner in chic rooftop restaurants. Wat Pho is the famous reclining Buddha and of course shopping at Siam Square or the Pratunam distric for fashion boutiques selling both retail and wholesale.

$1763 SGD

 

 

7 NIGHT BEST OF JAPAN

Quantum and Spectrum of the Seas

Ex-Shanghai Departure

Quantum of the Seas

2019 May 21; Apr 26*; May 24

Spectrum of the Seas

2019 Jun 06; Jul 16; Oct 01, 17

*A special 8-night sailing to Shimomoseki. Kyoto (Maizuru), Niigata and Kakodate

Itinerary

Day 01  Shanghai (Baoshan)                      China 4.30 PM

Day 02 Cruising

Day 03 Osaka, Japan 

              (1 PM till 10 PM)

Day 04 Kobe, Japan

              7 AM - 3 PM

Day 05 Tokyo (Yokohama),                        Japan 11.30 AM - 11 PM

Day 06 Cruising

Day 07 Shanghai (Baoshan)

              China 7 AM

Highlights:

Kobe - Kobe is a port city in Hyogo Prefecture, 33km west of Osaka, and one of Japan's most pleasant cities for both residents and visitors alike, with a laid-back cosmopolitan feel.

Now completely rebuilt after the devastating earthquake of 1995, Kobe's dramatic location, sandwiched on a narrow strip of land between mountains and sea, allied to its great food and lively nightlife make the city an ideal place to go if you are visiting nearby Kyoto or Osaka.

Visit Kobe's Chinatown (also known as "Nanking Machi") is west of Sannomiya, just south of Motomachi Station, but suffers slightly in comparison with Yokohama's more vibrant and authentic Chinatown. still a great place to sample a wide variety of Chinese cuisine and shop for Chinese souvenirs such as Chinese tea, lanterns, incense and all things panda-related. Notable presences here are Kobe City Hall (with good views of Kobe from the top), the Daimaru Department Store and Kobe City Museum, with its fine collection of nanban (lit. "southern barbarian") art, namely wood block prints detailing Japan's early Western visitors, both traders and missionaries.

Also The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art is a world-class art museum near the waterfront about 2.5km east of Sannomiya Station. A must see is Meriken Park which has a spacious, waterfront with museums, memorials and luxury accommodation. The iconic red, cylindrical 108 m-high Port Tower overlooks Meriken Park, provides fine high-rise views of the city, and has a revolving cafe. 

In the bay just south of the main Sannomiya center are two artificial islands: Port Islandand Rokko Island. Among Rokko Island's attractions is the Kobe Fashion Museum, Japan's first museum dedicated to fashion (Mon-Sat 11am-6pm, 500 yen).

$2599USD

 

 

14 Night JAPAN, CHINA & TAIWAN

Celebrity Millennium

(Prices excluding (Port charges, fees & gratuities)

2019 Nov 23

Day 01 Tokyo (Yokohama)Japan

Day 02 Mt Fuji (Shimizu) Japan

Day 03 Kobe, Japan

Day 04 Kobe, Japan

Day 05 At sea

Day 06 Kagoshima, Japan

Day 07 At Sea

Day 08 Shanghai (Baoshan)

Day 09 At Sea

Day 10 Taipei(Keelung) Taiwan

Day 11 Taipei)Keelung) Taiwan

Day 12 Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Day 13 At sea

Day 14 Hong Kong, China

Day 15 Hong Kong, China

Highlights:

Mount Fuji - As Japan's highest mountain, the legendary Mt. Fuji stands 12,388 feet (3,776 meters) tall. Travelers from around the world head to Hakone National Park to see the mountain, and over 1 million of them hike all the way to the top each year for the 360-degree views of Lake Ashi, the Hakone mountains, and the Owakudani Valley.

 Kaohsiung is a massive port city in southern Taiwan. It's home to many skyscrapers, such as the 248m-tall Tuntex Sky Tower, and is known for its diversity of parks. Its focal point is the Love River, with walking paths and cafes along its banks, and cruise boats navigating its waters. Shopping options range from high-end malls to the Liuhe and Ruifeng night markets.

$1068SGD

 

 

4 Night Malaysia Getaway 

Quantum of the Seas

2019 : Nov 21; Dec 05, 19

2020: Jan 16, 24*; Feb 07, 20; Mar 04, 18, 27; Apr 09, 22

* Holiday sailing

Itinerary

Day 01 - Singapore 5.00 PM

Day 02 - Kuala Lumpur

                Port Klang, Malaysia 

                 (7 AM till 5 PM)

Day 03 - Penang, Malaysia

                 (8 AM - 7 PM)

Day 04 - Cruising

Day 05 - Singapore 8 AM

 
Highlights
Penang -  With its colonial past, it’s hardly surprising that Penang features more than a few tourist-worthy attractions. Listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 2008, the capital – Georgetown – is the embodiment of Penang, so much so that the two names are almost interchangeable. The conurbation holds most of the ‘Isle of the Betel Nut’s sightseeing spots from the Kek Lok Si Temple and Khoo Kongsi clan house to Fort Cornwallis and the Botanical Gardens.
Penang Hill, or Flagstaff Hill (Bukit Bendera) as it is officially known, rises 821 metres above sea level, providing a welcome break from the heat below. One of Penang’s most popular attractions, a trip up is a not-to-be-missed experience, providing visitors with breathtaking views of the whole island all the way to the top.
Amongst the largest Buddhist temple complex in Southeast Asia, Kek Lok Si Temple stands on top of a hill in the little town of Air Itam. Founded more than a hundred years ago, the complex is filled with beautifully-landscaped gardens and sacred temples. Also the home of an influential Chinese industrialist in the early 1890s, the award-winning Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion represents the best of 18th and 19th-century Chinese architecture. Fort Cornwallis is one of Penang’s most well known landmarks. Within its ten-foot-high walls (which are laid out in the shape of a star), you can see a 17th century chapel, some prison cells, ammunition storage area, and more.
Penang’s Khoo Khongsi is a Chinese clanhouse for individuals with the surname Khoo. A clanhouse acts as a representation of a specific family’s social and spiritual commitments between extended relations, ancestors and the outside community. Visit a Thai temple built in 1845, Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram houses the giant Reclining Buddha statue.
Not to forget, Penang is known in the world as the street food haven with a must try dish of "Assam Laksa", "Char Keow Teow" (fried noodles), Rojak, Chendol and Nasi Kandar. 
 

$2549 USD

 

 

14 NIGHT CHINA, SOUTH KOREA & JAPAN

Celebrity Millennium

(Prices excluding (Port charges, fees & gratuities)

2019 Mar 30; Oct 26

2020 Mar 28

Day 01 Shanghai (Baoshan)

Day 02 At Sea

Day 03 At Sea

Day 04 Beijing (Tianjin) China

Day 05 Beijing (Tianjin) China

Day 06 Beijing (Tianjin) China

Day 07 At Sea

Day 08 Jeju Island, South Korea

Day 09 Seoul (Incheon)

Day 10 At Sea

Day 11 Kobe, Japan

Day 12 Kobe, Japan

Day 13 Mt Fuji (Shimizu) Japan

Day 14 Tokyo (Yokohama)

Day 15 Tokyo (Yokohama)

Highlights:

Beijing -  Beijing, China’s sprawling capital, has history stretching back 3 millennia. Yet it’s known as much for modern architecture as its ancient sites such as the grand Forbidden City complex, the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Nearby, the massive Tiananmen Square pedestrian plaza is the site of Mao Zedong’s mausoleum and the National Museum of China, displaying a vast collection of cultural relics.

Kobe -  Kobe is a city on Osaka Bay in central Japan. It is known for its signature marbled beef and scenic setting of mountains framing the harbor. The Ikuta Shrine, dating to the 3rd century, is among Japan's oldest Shinto shrines. Antique cable cars connect Kobe to Mt. Rokko, which offers panoramic views over the port. Beyond the Mount Rokko hills are the outdoor hot springs of Arima Onsen.

Kobe is famous for its own Kobe beef. Kobe Beef is a prized Japanese delicacy and probably the most widely-known regional specialty food in Japan. It is one of several breeds of Wagyu, or Japanese cattle, which are bred throughout the country and often associated with the area where they are raised.

Kobe Beef is usually served as steaks, shabu shabu (thin slices of meat quickly boiled in a broth) or sukiyaki (meat slices simmered in a hot pot). One of the best ways to enjoy Kobe Beef is at a teppanyaki restaurant, where a chef grills the meat on an iron plate in front of his guests

$2605SGD

 

 

9 Night SOUTH PACIFIC

Ovation of the Seas

2019 Jan 13*; Feb 02**; Mar 21; Apr 09; Nov 23**; Dec16*

2020 Jan 05*, 24; Feb 13, 22*; Mar 12**, 23*; Apr 11

Mar 01,10*,29*; Apr 05*,13**

* Similar shorter sailing

**Similar 12-night sailing

Day 01 Sydney,Australia 6.45PM

Day 02 Cruising

Day 03 Cruising

Day 04 Noumea, New Caledonia 

              (8 AM till 5 PM)

Day 05 Mystery Island, Vanatu

              (8 AM till 6 PM)

Day 06 Cruising

Day 07 Cruising

Day 08 Brisbnae, Australia

Day 09 Cruising

Day 10 Sydney Australia 8 AM

Highlights:

 Nouméa is the capital of the South Pacific archipelago and overseas French territory New Caledonia. Situated on the main island, Grand Terre, it's known for beaches and its blend of French and native Kanak influences. The Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre showcases Kanak heritage, and the Musée de Nouvelle-Calédonie has exhibits from across the Pacific region. The Aquarium des Lagons introduces local marine life.

Mystery Island is a tiny, uninhabited island 10 mn away by boat from the big island called Aneityum situated in Tafea Province, Vanuatu. Tiny Inyeug (Mystery) Island can be reach only via cruises ships, local boats and by planes (Air Vanuatu) 3 times a week on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday from Port Vila and Tanna landing. You can take a leisurely stroll around the island for about 40 minutes. This incredibly beautiful conglomeration of pure white sand, palm trees and coral reefs provides the perfect place to relax and unwind. The Island itself has remained virtually untouched. The indigenous name of Mystery Island is Inyeug. According to the locals, the island was changed to Mystery Island because a reporter writing about Queen Elizabeth’s II 1974 visit kept asking for the name of the small island that she visited. The reporter was told the name is “Inyeug” meaning “Small Island”. Mystery Island itself has some modern amenities for cruises passengers such as newly jetty recently build in April, 2016. With the new jetty, it could now accommodate at least four tender boats that transfer tourists from the cruise ship to the island. When ships berthed, locals from nearby Aneityum island (south of the larger volcanic island of Tanna), will come to sell trinkets, lobsters, Homemade Organic Coconut Oil, Local foods, cold soft drinks, kava, local coffees, local coconuts and other souvenirs items include handicrafts and artefacts so guests can spend his/her day relaxing on the sand while a band of locals play songs for donations.

$1241 SGD

 

 

5 Night Spice of Southeast Asia

Voyager of the Seas

Ex-Singapore Departures

2019 Feb 06; Jun 24; Nov 11**

 *Holiday sailing

**Sailing visits Malacca, Penang & Phuket

Itinerary

Day 01 - Singapore 4.30 PM

Day 02 - Penang, Malaysia

                (3 PM till 10 PM)

Day 03 - Langkawi, Malaysia

                ( 8 AM till 7 PM)

Day 04 - Phuket, Thailand

                ( 8 AM till 8 PM)

Day 05 - Cruising

Day 06 - Singapore 8 AM

Highlights

Penang - Best way  to see Penang is by walking. Penang’s Street of Harmony is found along Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling and is by far one of the places which best reflect the multi-cultural uniqueness of Malaysia as a country. The street is filled with multiple places of worship catering to different faiths and it’s not uncommon to see devotees pouring in and out on a weekend or religious holiday. Some of the buildings include the Masjid Kapitan Keling (duh!), Kuan Yin Temple, St. George’s Church, the Sri Mahamariamman Temple and many more. The famous Khoo Kongsi building is also located here. And of course the food - 

From hawker food staples like Char Koay Teow to delicious broths like Penang Laksa, and even to scrumptious after meal delights like Rojak and chendol, Penang has it all.

 Phuket - Phi Islands Tour by Speedboat gives you a day of exploring the most stunning sights around these very popular and very beautiful islands in Southern Thailand. Phang Nga Bay gives you a unique, personal perspective of this amazing part of the world. The striking limestone islands and caves are a wonder to behold and the small sea kayak is the only way to get right up close, though the smallest channels and into to beautiful secret lagoons which are inaccessible by any larger boat, providing fantastic views of nature at its finest. Or take a tour - This introduction to the southern part of Phuket Island features many of the top attractions, giving you the best views, buildings and beaches in a comfortable half-day tour. Through seeing the main sights and with the help of the English-speaking guide, you will also gain a bit more of an understanding of the culture and history of Phuket. You can see the cashew nut factory, honey and gem outlets.
Of course, it is also fun to walk on your own and try some massages, enjoy local Thai cuisines and shop everywhere in Patong beach.
 

$2158 SGD

 

 

8 NIGHT SINGAPORE TO HONG KONG

Voyager of the Seas

Ex-Singapore Departure

2019 Mar 22; Apr 23*; Sep 03*

*A Similar 7-night sailing from Hong Kong to Singapore

Itinerary

Day 01 - Singapore 5 PM

Day 02 - Cruising

Day 03 - Ho Chi Minh (Phu My)

                 6.30AM - 6.30 PM

Day 04 - Nha Trang, Vietnam

                 9 AM - 6 PM

Day 05 - Hue/Danang

                (Chan May) Vietnam

                10 AM - 5 PM

Day 06 - Hanoi (Halong Bay)                         8.30 AM - 8 PM

Day 07 - Cruising

Day 08 - Hong Kong 8 AM

Day 09 - Hong Kong            

                

Highlights

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime in Asia with all new experiences aboard Mariner of the Seas®. Depart from the cultural melting pot of Singapore to the beautiful calm straits of Malacca to Port Klang, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi and Phuket. Onboard the luxxury cruiseliner, experience the expanded Casino Royale® or shop in luxury stores like Coach® while you cruise to your next exotic port on a 7 night cruise. Colorful dragon boat festivals in Phuket, Thailand. Hushed grottos and Batu Caves and the iconic skycrapper Twin Tower in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Majestic and towering skyscrapers in Singapore's cityscape. The natural world and man-made marvels are on display in Asia's southeast destinations. It's the perfect fusion of modernity and history, where fascination happens every day. 

While on-board, enjoy fine dining experience and the sumptuous buffet at the Windjammer or just laze away by the pool side enjoying the sea view over an ice cream. When the night comes, you can dance the night away, or enjoy all the live shows on stage or shows at the ice skating rings; The activities are endless while you cruise your holidays away with your loved ones o your family.

$2399USD

 

 

12 Night NEW ZEALAND

Celebrity Solstice

(Prices excluding (Port charges, fees & gratuities)

2019 Oct 27

Itinerary

Day 01 Sydney, Australia

Day 02 At Sea

Day 03 Hobart, Tasmania

Day 04 At sea

Day 05 At Sea

Day 06 Milford Sound

Day 06 Doubtful Sound

Day 06 Dusky Sound

Day 07 Dunedin, NZ

Day 08 Akaroa, NZ

Day 09 Picton, NZ

Day 10 At Sea

Day 11 Tauranga, NZ

Day 12 Bay of Islands, NZ

Day 13 Auckland, NZ

Highlights:

Milford Sound - Milford Sound is a fiord in the southwest of New Zealand’s South Island. It’s known for towering Mitre Peak, plus rainforests and waterfalls like Stirling and Bowen falls, which plummet down its sheer sides. The fiord is home to fur seal colonies, penguins and dolphins. Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory offers views of rare black coral and other marine life. Boat tours are a popular way to explore

Akaroa is a town on the Banks Peninsula, southeast of Christchurch, New Zealand. Akaroa Beach is on the eastern shore of Akaroa Harbour, where rare Hector’s dolphins swim. The Akaroa Museum includes 3 heritage buildings and chronicles the town’s development, especially its 19th-century British and French colonial history. The Giant’s House has terraced gardens and features colourful sculptures and mosaics.

 

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