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Cruise Holiday Australia & Asia from Sydney – Royal Princess – 2 April 2024

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Royal Princess. Christened by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge on June 13, 2013, Royal Princess is dazzling its guests with exciting new features. Called one of the "Most Popular Ships at Sea" by Cruise Critic, she's already won five prestigious Travel Weekly Magellan Awards in the Large Ship, Atrium, Spa, Pool, and Mobile App Design categories.


YOUR CRUISE HOLIDAY INCLUDES
  •  2 Night Hotel Stay Sydney
  •  2 NIght Hotel Stay Tokyo
  •  All Flights
  •  Cruise
  • SHIP DETAILS
  • SHIP CABINS

ROYAL PRINCESS

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Built 2013
  • Tonnage: 142,229
  • Number of Decks: 19
  • Passenger Capacity: 3,560
  • Total Crew: 1,346
  • Number of Cabins: 1,780
  • Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes
  • Number of Pools: 2
  • Number of Restaurants: 12
  • Kids Club: Yes

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Australia & Asia from Sydney – Royal Princess – 2 April 2024 Cruise Holiday Itinerary

Day 1-2
02 Apr 2024
Fly to Sydney, Australia

Enjoy your overnight flight to Sydney, Australia.

Day 2-4
03 Apr 2024
Sydney, Australia - 2 Night Hotel Stay

Sydney Australia. With its iconic Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Darling Harbour and of course Bondi beach it ranks as one of the world's most stunning cities. Enjoy Sydney’s natural beauty, from unspoilt beaches to public gardens, Before discovering its thriving restaurants and markets. Top it off with a trip to the Blue Mountains, a popular excursion among locals.  

Day 5
06 Apr 2024
Sydney, Australia - Embark Royal Princess

Sydney Australia. With its iconic Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Darling Harbour and of course Bondi beach it ranks as one of the world's most stunning cities. Enjoy Sydney’s natural beauty, from unspoilt beaches to public gardens, Before discovering its thriving restaurants and markets. Top it off with a trip to the Blue Mountains, a popular excursion among locals.  

Day 6
07 Apr 2024
At Sea

At Sea You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends.

Day 7
08 Apr 2024
Brisbane Australia

Brisbane Australia. Sophisticated galleries, subtropical beaches, cool-climate vineyards: the greater Brisbane region delivers gasp-inducing contrasts. The region's star is Brisbane itself. The traditional home of the Jagera people, Queensland's capital has a flourishing restaurant, bar, and cultural scene. Lapping at its eastern fringe is Moreton Bay, where low-lying sandy isles beckon with turquoise waves and the passing parade of whales, turtles, and dolphins.  

Day 8-11
09 Apr 2024
At Sea

At Sea You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends.

Day 12
13 Apr 2024
Darwin

Darwin. One of the most remote and sparsely populated regions in the country. Built on the Timor Sea, the city is the gateway to some of Northern Australia’s most striking natural scenery, while its proximity to South East Asia has fuelled Darwin’s status as a bridge between the country and neighboring Indonesia.  

Day 13-17
14 Apr 2024
At Sea

At Sea You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends.

Day 18
19 Apr 2024
Hong Kong

Contradiction is part of Hong Kong’s attraction. While the city buzzes with modern commerce, soaring skyscrapers, and sophistication, it remains a place of ancient beliefs and intriguing local customs. Few cities balance old and new like Hong Kong. A city as fiercely modern as it is traditional, life here pulses with vigour and vitality while still honouring ancient customs and beliefs.

Day 19
20 Apr 2024
At Sea

At Sea You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends.

Day 20
21 Apr 2024
Taipei - Keelung

Taipei. In many ways, this 300-year-old city is like a living museum. The Taoist temples buzz with the prayers of the hopeful. The wooden boards of Japanese-era mansions creak under the feet of visitors. The pilfered treasures in the National Palace Museum date back 5000 years. Merchant villas to military barracks have been restored, reworked, and now live again as a museum or a shopfront.  

Day 21
22 Apr 2024
At Sea

At Sea You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends.

Day 22
23 Apr 2024
Kagoshima

Kagoshima. Capital of Japan's southernmost prefecture, Kagoshima faces the Kinko-wan Bay and the Sakurajima Volcano. Visit the Iso-teien Garden laid out in 1660 by the Shimazu lord of the time or one of the city’s many museums, including the Shōkō Shuseikan, next to the Iso Garden, the City Art Museum or the Kagoshima Prefectural Museum of Culture on the site of the former Tsurumaru-jo Castle. Livorno, Italy

Day 23
24 Apr 2024
Kochi

Kochi. There are a variety of cultural traditions that have been nurtured in Kochi over a long period of history. Including traditional handmade Japanese paper. Historical town-scapes such as Kochi Castle, old sake breweries, and railways are well preserved. These spots are popular with many local residents not just because of their value as historical legacies but also as symbols of their hometowns.  

Day 24
25 Apr 2024
Osaka

Osaka is one of the best cities in Japan to see spectacular cherry blossoms. Head to Kema Sakuranomiya Park, where seemingly endless rows of cherry trees can be admired from the scenic riverside promenade or Osaka Castle where you can sit and enjoy a picnic among the 4,000 cherry trees on its grounds. St. Barthélemy Island

Day 25
26 Apr 2024
Shimizu - Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji Japan. It is one of Japan's three holy mountains and was first ascended by a monk in 663, with women being forbidden to climb it until the Meiji Era, in the late 1800s. The volcano is now dormant and last erupted in 1708. Mount Fuji, or Fuji-san, as it is more commonly known in Japan, has been the subject for many artists over the years, from the famous "ukiyo-e" woodblock prints of Hokusai to being printed on the back of a JPY 1,000 note.  

Day 26
27 Apr 2024
Tokyo - Disembark Royal Princess

Tokyo. From high-end sushi to quick-slurped noodles, Tokyo lives up to its rep as a culinary powerhouse. In areas like Shibuya and Shinjuku, the city delivers the crowds and neon travelers envision. Elsewhere it balances the brash with tranquil gardens and old ways. With its jurisdiction stretching from western mountains to remote southern islands, the capital goes way beyond the expected.    

Day 26-27
27 Apr 2024
Tokyo - 2-night Hotel Stay

Tokyo. From high-end sushi to quick-slurped noodles, Tokyo lives up to its rep as a culinary powerhouse. In areas like Shibuya and Shinjuku, the city delivers the crowds and neon travelers envision. Elsewhere it balances the brash with tranquil gardens and old ways. With its jurisdiction stretching from western mountains to remote southern islands, the capital goes way beyond the expected.    

Day 28
29 Apr 2024
Fly overnight UK

Despite such a long flight we hope you enjoy it and arrive home safely.

Day 29
30 Apr 2024
Arrive UK

Welcome home, we will be contacting you in a few days to check that your holiday cruise met your expectations and that you had a wonderful time.

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Australia & Asia from Sydney – Royal Princess – 2 April 2024

Australia Cruises

Australia is regularly voted one of the world’s top cruise destinations. Why? Some say it’s the endless summer weather or the oversupply of beaches. Others suggest it could be Sydney’s scenic, natural Harbor and iconic landmarks, including the opera house and Harbour Bridge.

Australia is also much more than just Sydney. Coastal cruises visit the other major port cities and open opportunities to venture inland to wineries, national parks, tourist attractions and shopping precincts. Beyond the urban sprawl, there are vast mountain ranges, UNESCO World Heritage natural and historic sites, cultural and Indigenous attractions, and a world of fun for both adrenaline seekers and those who prefer a more relaxed or cultural experience

Best Time to Go

Australia is a year-round cruise destination, although the so-called “Wave Season” (October to April) is when Aussies go particularly cruise-crazy, and you’ll find the greatest choice of departures, vessels, and itineraries. While winters (June to August) in the southern states can be chilly, you won’t need snowshoes or thermal undies. Summers (December through February) can be hot — darned hot — so if you’re visiting over the Christmas period, be prepared with wide-brimmed hats, sunscreen, and water bottles for those days when temperatures get into the 30s Celsius (high 80s and 90s Fahrenheit).

Best Itineraries

Sydney offers most of the departures, but Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and increasingly Fremantle (Perth) also feature local stalwart P&O, its ships venturing down to Tasmania and across to South Australia. For locals, the choice of both vessel and destination is expanding rapidly. For visitors, cruising in Australia presents three basic options: to, from, and within.

Circumnavigation of Australia. In recent years, Princess, Holland America, and Cunard have offered complete circumnavigations. These sell out well in advance, however, as they present a superb opportunity to see every port in the country, and they’re popular with local cruisers.

Great Barrier Reef. Cruises through the world-famous coral reef are popular, but if you want a true “Finding Nemo” experience, you’ll need to spend a bit more time ashore at ports like Townsville or Cairns. Big-ship cruises along the Queensland coast will offer day trip opportunities for reef-snorkeling and diving, but small-ship operator Coral Princess offers the most immersive overnight experience.

Kimberley and Australia’s Northwest. Itineraries have been developed to incorporate a growing number of ports of call in Tasmania, Victoria, and South Australia seasonally. Popular destinations include Burnie, Hobart, Port Arthur, Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula, Portland, Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, and Port Lincoln. South of Sydney, near the border with Victoria, Eden is also a new port of call that appears occasionally on itineraries, while in Western Australia, itineraries from Fremantle (Perth) venture south to scenic Margaret River or Esperance, or north to Geraldton, Exmouth, and tropical Broome.

The South Pacific. One of the most popular local choices is a cruise to or from an Australian homeport to the islands of the South Pacific. Departures are mostly from Sydney but also increasingly from Brisbane and Melbourne. Traditionally, the well-worn route pioneered by P&O across the Tasman to the South Pacific included Fiji, Noumea, Auckland, and Port Vila, but it has been expanded to include all New Zealand, more of Vanuatu and New Caledonia, and some of Samoa and Tonga, with occasional forays as far as French Polynesia and Hawaii.

New Zealand. Most local cruise lines cross the Tasman to New Zealand each summer, including P&O, Holland America, Cunard, Celebrity, and Princess. Itinerary options include shorter one-way trips from Sydney or Melbourne to Auckland, or the reverse, or longer roundtrip cruises that also take in the spectacular Fiordland on the South Island.

 

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