Princess Cruises to deploy five ships on Australia, NZ sailings

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Princess Cruises has unveiled itineraries for its upcoming Australia and New Zealand 2021-2022 season, which includes sailings to the South Pacific destinations of Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia and Vanuatu.

One of its largest deployments ever offered, five ships will sail to 82 destinations across 19 countries on 59 unique itineraries. Royal Princess, Emerald Princess, Sapphire Princess, Coral Princess and Pacific Princess will cruise this season with voyages ranging from two to 36 days.

Princess Cruises unveils largest-ever Australia and New Zealand deployment for 2021-22 cruise season

Options abound with sailings between a variety of homeports including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Auckland, as well as journeys to South-east Asia and North America.

Itinerary highlights of the programme which will start from October 2021 through April 2022 comprise roundtrip New Zealand sailings ranging from 11 to 14 days, from a variety of homeports in Australia including Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

Royal Princess and Emerald Princess will offer four one-way Australia and New Zealand voyages between Sydney and Auckland travelling to key home ports including Melbourne and Christchurch. A Round Australia voyage departing from Sydney and Brisbane will bring cruisers to circumnavigate the Down Under continent.

Other highlights include Discover Tasmania, a roundtrip voyage departing from Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney; and a variety of voyages to the South Pacific islands including Fiji, Hawaii & Tahiti, New Caledonia & Vanuatu or Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands.

Two cruisetour options – Australian Outback and Ultimate Australia – offer guests the opportunity to visit the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru National Park’s Ayers Rock, combining a multi-night land tour with a traditional cruise. Guests also spend time in cities like Sydney, Darwin and Cairns.

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