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Cruise Lines

Offering adventure and relaxation on the high seas, these cruise lines have long been trusted names in the business. Allowing you to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a reputation for excellence, our range of cruise lines are almost as diverse as the destinations themselves. Each cruise line offers its own unique benefits, however the biggest names in the business are all competitive on price, onboard facilities and itineraries.

P&O Australia

A name synonymous with cruising, P&O Australia boasts architect-designed superliners and an excellent array of on-board facilities visiting Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia.

Princess Cruises

One of the most recognised names in the industry, Princess Cruises rose to stardom with the concept of cruising holidays. Beginning with a single cruise in 1965, Princess now boasts an impressive fleet of ships.

Carnival Cruise Line International

With a reputation for fun, Carnival pioneered affordable cruises. Featuring décor and entertainment inspired by the neon lights of Las Vegas, Carnival cruises are ideal for the young and young-at-heart.

Royal Caribbean

Boasting one of the newest and most innovative fleets in the industry, Royal Caribbean cruises offer some of the most unique facilities of any cruise line including the now-famous observation capsule.

Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises sets the standard with its grand style and spacious staterooms. Holiday like a star with Celebrity and enjoy large pools, signature nightlife, elegant spas and aft-glass dining rooms.

Norwegian Cruise Line

An innovator in the cruise industry, Norwegian Cruise Line pioneered the introduction of the Freestyle Cruising concept. NCL has a proud 48 year history of pushing the boundaries of traditional cruising.

Azamara Cruise Lines

Azamara Cruise Line is known for its smaller ships and intimate cruising experiences. With a focus on spending more time in port, Azamara allows guests to truly immerse themselves in the destination.

P&O Cruises

Perhaps the most famous name in the cruising industry, P&O Cruises offers a relaxed pace and a true sense of extravagance for guests visiting Asia, South America, the South Pacific and the Middle East.


Sailing aboard a Cunard ship is like stepping back in time to the grand old days of ocean voyages. Steeped in maritime history, Cunard is famous for luxury and elegance, representing a bygone era of cruising.

Holland America Line

Holland America commenced its first Transatlantic voyage in October 1872. During its initial quarter century it carried over 400,000 people from Europe to the America’s. Today Holland America’s 15 ships take guests all over the world.


Sailing on a Seabourn ship is like sailing on your own private yacht. These are intimate ships with less than 300 suites onboard. Guests share large open decks, inviting venues and the personal attention of extraordinary crew.

MSC Cruises

MSC Cruises is a brand leader in the cruise industry boasting amongst the most dynamic and state of the art fleets at sea with each ship featuring MSC Cruises ‘trademark blend of innovative design and traditional elegance.

Last Minute Cruises

Last minute cruises are available for both domestic and international destinations and still offer all the quality, comfort and excitement of regular cruises. Boasting all the same inclusions such as most meals, complimentary activities and live entertainment, last minute cruises are the ideal way to just pack your bags, jump ship and get away from it all for a while. However there are a few things to keep in mind when considering booking last minute cruises. If you’re travelling spontaneously or have planned the cruise as a last minute surprise for a special occasion, it’s important to make sure you and any travelling companions have your passports up to date, particularly if you intend to travel to an international destination.

Travellers wishing to book last minute cruises should also keep in mind the need for flexibility when it comes to travel dates and destinations. If you’re simply looking to bag a bargain holiday option, last minute cruises are definitely the way to go however it may be a risky option if you have your heart set on certain travel dates or destinations. It may also limit your options when it comes to choosing your cabin type and location on deck. You may even be required to share a four birth cabin with other passengers. However like on any cruise, your fellow passengers aren’t strangers for long and you will quickly make friends. If you’re ready for an affordable adventure, last minute cruises are certainly the way to go.

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