Your Cruise to Australia/New Zealand

14 Nights/Australia/New Zealand

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Day 1
Melbourne

The second largest city in Australia is renowned for its beautiful parks, passionate football fans, 'upside down' Yarra River and avant-garde attitude. Once voted "Most Livable City in the World," it is elegant, cultured and modern.

Day 2
At Sea

Day 3
At Sea

Day 4
Fjordland National Park

Lakes, fjords, and snow-capped peaks - this is what you?ll find at the Fjordland National Park, which is part of the International World Heritage recognized Te W?hipounamu. While here, you can also trek toward the stunning scenes of Great Walks, with Kepler, Milford, and the Routeburn Tracks for an immersive and grounded experience.

Day 5
Dunedin

A university town of Scottish heritage, New Zealand's oldest city is set around a sheltered harbour amidst a magical landscape. It possesses a unique combination of cultural riches, fine architecture and world-famous wildlife reserves.

Day 6
Lyttelton

Lyttelton is a port town on the north shore of Lyttelton Harbour, at the northwestern end of Banks Peninsula and close to Christchurch, on the eastern coast of the South Island of New Zealand

Day 7
Wellington

Perched on the edge of a spectacular harbour and encircled by green, towering hills, Wellington is a stunning and compact city. Vibrant, exciting and cultured, New Zealand's capital combines the sophistication of a big city with the quirkiness of a charming village.

Day 8
At Sea

Day 9
Auckland

Auckland is a lively fusion of international style, local creativity and Polynesian charm. Its urban personality is bold, fast and fashionable, while its seaside ambiance ranges from rugged and untamed to smooth and tranquil.

Day 10
Auckland

Auckland is a lively fusion of international style, local creativity and Polynesian charm. Its urban personality is bold, fast and fashionable, while its seaside ambiance ranges from rugged and untamed to smooth and tranquil.

Day 11
Bay of Islands

Here you can see where modern New Zealand was born. The Bay of Islands is located 140 miles north of Auckland, New Zealand, in the long finger-like stretch that runs from Auckland to Cape Reinga. Geographically speaking, the Bay of Islands is a "drowned river system" - an area where the sea has inundated a series of river valleys. The Bay of Islands is the finest Maritime Park in New Zealand, with secluded bays and an abundance of marine life. Ever since Captain Cook sailed into this bay containing nearly 150 islands, the region has become a sightseer and settler's delight. Every imaginable water sport is pursued with big game fishing a particular favorite. The Bay's three principal towns Waitangi, Paihia and Russell provide excellent tourist facilities while retaining many monuments to their lively histories.

Day 12
At Sea

Day 13
At Sea

Day 14
At Sea

Day 15
Melbourne

The second largest city in Australia is renowned for its beautiful parks, passionate football fans, 'upside down' Yarra River and avant-garde attitude. Once voted "Most Livable City in the World," it is elegant, cultured and modern.

Arrival7:00 AM

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Athletic/Exercise Facilities

  • Fitness Center

Children

  • Children Center
  • Nursery

Dining

Entertainment/Recreation

  • Art Gallery
  • Casino
  • Library
  • Movie Theater/Cinema
  • Photo Shop and Photo Gallery
  • Pools - Outdoor

Health and Beauty

  • Massage and Treatment Rooms

Services

  • Barber Shop
  • Beauty Salon
  • Chapel

Ship Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Guest Self-Service Laundry
  • Observation Lounge
  • Purser's Office
  • Reception
  • Travel Desk

Shopping

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