directions_boatCruise in New York, Canada, Ecuador, Peru, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Iceland, Scotland, Wales, Morocco, New Zealand, Bora Bora, Tahiti, Singapore, England, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Easter Island, Greenland, Bali & Turks And Caicos Islands

108-night World Cruise from Sydney or Brisbane, departing June 2021

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Cruise to far-flung corners of the globe and discover hidden wonders on a journey of a lifetime. A World Cruise delivers the most incredible places to explore. Tick off UNESCO World Heritage sites and famous landmarks that fulfil your bucket-list dreams. See breathtaking gems off the beaten path. Embrace the subtle details of adventure that every intrepid traveller enjoys, like the mist from sea spray and watching the sun sink below the horizon.

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108-night Around the World Cruise from Sydney or Brisbane
  • 108 nights on the Sea Princess
  • Round trip departing Sydney 03 June 2021
  • Round trip departing Brisbane 05 June 2021

The much-loved Sea Princess sails on her longest World Cruise round trip out of Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland, with 44 destinations in 29 countries on six continents.

This handcrafted 108-night circumnavigation of the globe features top-rated ports, including the iconic city of Québec as well as THREE destinations in Greenland. With 10 NEW destinations to add to your bucket list, Sea Princess takes guests on an epic journey that you'll never forget!

More Ashore: With Late Night calls (9 p.m. or later departures) you will not only enjoy local life by day, but also have a chance to experience the unique nightlife of nine ports, including Aqaba, Barcelona and London (Dover). And with overnight stays in Dubai, New York and Lima (Callao), you can dive into even more of the culture of these destinations.

Contact our travel team now on 1300 414 198 to secure your cabin on this sellout annual sailing!



108 nights on the Sea Princess

  • Anytime Dining or Traditional Dining
  • 24 hour Room Service
  • Casual Dining Venues
  • Beverages (Iced Tea, Lemonade, Water, Tea varieties, Non-Specialty Coffee)
  • Price includes taxes, fees and port expenses. ($4986.65 pp twin share included.)

World Cruise firsts: The World Cruise will cross 32,800 nautical miles and feature 10 maiden World Cruise ports; Nuuk (Greenland), Elba (Italy), Marseille (France), Malaga (Spain), Liverpool (England), Holyhead (Wales), Invergordon (Scotland) and Grand Turk (Turks and Caicos), Tangier (Morocco) and a maiden call for Princess in Red Bay (Canada).

UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The 2021 World Cruise offers access to over 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Old Québec (Québec), Thingvellir National Park (Reykjavik), Medina of Tétouan (Tangier), Historic Centre of Lima (Callao), Cultural Landscape of Bali (Benoa), The Castles and Town Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd (Holyhead), Sacred City of Kandy (Colombo) and more.

Sydney | Brisbane | Bali (Benoa) | Singapore | Sri Lanka (Colombo) | Muscat (Mina Qaboos) | Dubai (overnight) | Aqaba (for Petra) | Transit the Suez Canal | Mykonos | Salerno (for Amalfi Coast, Capri & Pompeii) | Rome (Civitavecchia) | Elba (Portoferraio) | Marseille (for Provence) | Barcelona | Malaga | Tangier | Lisbon | Cork (Cobh - for Blarney Castle) | Glasgow (Greenock) | Liverpool | Holyhead | London (Dover) | Inverness/Loch Ness (Invergordon) | Shetland Islands (Lerwick) | Reykjavik | Nanortalik | Qaqortoq | Nuuk | Red Bay | Quebec | Saguenay | Saguenay Fjord (Scenic Cruising) | Sydney (Cape Breton Island) | Halifax | New York (overnight) | Grand Turk | Panama Canal Full Transit Historic Locks (including the Miraflores, Pedro Miguel and Gatun Locks) | Manta | Lima (Callao) (overnight) | Pisco (General San Martin) | Easter Island (Scenic Cruising) | Tahiti (Papeete) | Bora Bora | Cross International Date Line | Auckland | Sydney


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Sea Princess
Sea Princess Cruise Ship

Step aboard Sea Princess and prepare for a vacation that will dazzle your senses. From the four-story Atrium to tantalising dining options, a Vegas-style casino and a variety of incredible entertainment choices, including Movies Under the Stars, you'll find a relaxing retreat that's as captivating as the places you'll visit during the World Cruise on this grand vessel.

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108 Nights World Cruise Round trip Sydney - departs 03 Jun 2021

  • Interior - from $24,497 pp twin share
  • Oceanview - from $30,297 pp twin share
  • Balcony - from $37,696 pp twin share
  • Mini-Suite - WAITLISTED!
  • Club Class - WAITLISTED!
  • Suite - WAITLISTED!

108 Nights World Cruise Round trip Brisbane - departs 05 Jun 2021

  • Interior - from $24,497 pp twin share
  • Oceanview - from $30,297 pp twin share
  • Balcony - from $37,697 pp twin share - Limited Availability!
  • Mini-Suite - WAITLISTED!
  • Club Class - WAITLISTED!
  • Suite - from $83,297 pp twin share - Limited Availability!

Contact our travel team now on 1300 414 198 to secure your cabin on this sellout annual sailing!

*Advertised fares are available until allocation is exhausted and prices may fluctuate during the campaign period without notice.



03 June | Sydney
Step onboard Sea Princess and get ready for a world of discoveries.

04 June | At sea
Cruising the South Pacific Ocean

05 June | Brisbane
Lying on the banks of the meandering river, Brisbane boasts elegant 19th-century sandstone buildings, a lively cultural scene and superb parklands. A dazzling array of adventures abound on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

06 -11 June | At sea
Cruising the Coral, Arafua, Timor and Savu Seas

12 June | Bali (Benoa), Indonesia
For over a century, Bali has fascinated the Western imagination. The island embodies the very essence of the exotic and mysterious East. Steep hillsides of tropical green reveal terraced rice paddies while plantations of coffee, banana, cacao and fragrant spices line the roads. Monkeys haunt the grounds of a sacred temple in a forest, while traditional villages produce intricately stylised batik, superb jewellery and beautiful paintings. Bali may be accessible, but it remains forever exotic.

13 -14 June | At sea
Cruising the Java Sea (cross the Equator)

15 June | Singapore
What will tempt you in vibrant Singapore? The world-class shopping, the 'open concept' famous Singapore Zoo or Jurong Bird Park? Perhaps the Raffles Hotel,immortalised in novels and history books – where you can sit at the Long Bar fora famed 'Singapore Sling'.

16 - 18 June | At sea
Cruising the Malacca Strait and Indian Ocean

19 June | Colombo, Sri Lanka
Discover the exotic beauty of the capital and explore British colonial influences that exist in tandem with ancient temples and flavourful culinary traditions.Visit the last Sinhalese kingdom of Kandy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

20 - 22 June | At sea
Cruising the Arabian Sea

23 June | Muscat, Oman (Mina Qaboos)
Oman is famous for its exotic culture, gorgeous desert scenery and crystal-clear blue waters. One of the most spectacular sights of Muscat is the Grand Mosque.A visit to Bait Al Zubair offers displays of weaponry and art.

24 - 25 June | Dubai, UAE (Overnight)
With two days in spellbinding Dubai, you can visit the eye-catching Burj Khalifa and check out the observation deck taking in views of the city, beaches and desert. To experience the thriving culture, pay a visit to the massive JumeirahMosque with its impressive minarets and a soaring dome.

26 June - 01 July | At sea
Cruising the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Aden and Red Sea

02 July | Aqaba, Jordon (for Petra)
On a shore excursion view one of the more awe-inspiring places in the world, theLost City of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the tombs of ancient rulers, a massive amphitheatre and 'Al Khazneh', The Treasury.

03 - 04 July | Suez Canal Transit & Scenic Cruising
Take in the breathtaking views as you enjoy a scenic transit from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea.

05 July | At sea
Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

06 July | Mykonos, Greece
Thanks to its proximity to the mainland, Mykonos was one of the first Greek islands to become an international travel destination. During the late '60s and early '70s, Mykonos was famed as a haunt for the rich. The island's nightlife - then and now - was a glittering whirl of coloured lights, music, and parties. But there's another side to Mykonos - the neighbouring island of Delos. In classical mythology, Delos was the birthplace of Apollo and his twin sister Artemis. Travellers to Delos can stroll among the island's vast ruins, which include three temples consecrated to the Sun God and the famed Lions Walk. Mykonos town features hip boutiques, restaurants, jewellery stores, souvenirs, taverns and cafés. The island's famed windmills are found just south of the waterfront.

07 July | At sea
Cruising the Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas

08 July | Salerno, Italy
Inhabited since antiquity, Salerno found its place as a Roman colony in 197 B.C. After the fall of Rome, a who's who of European kingdoms conquered the city including the Goths, the Byzantines and the Lombards. It's easy to see why. The warm Mediterranean sun and rolling hillsides beckon with new adventures and pinch-me-I must-be-dreaming experiences. Hike the jaw-dropping Mount Vesuvius, feel the centuries unfold as on a guided walk through the amazing cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, or soak up the scenery with a cruise along the dazzling Amalfi Coast. Whatever you choose, Salerno offers precious memories that will last a lifetime.

09 July | Rome, Italy (from Civitavecchia)
The Eternal City eternally beckons. Get a feel for the grandeur of a ruling empire when you discover the Sistine Chapel, the Roman Forum and Saint Peter’s Square and Basilica. Wonder at Rome’s grandest monument, the Colosseum.

10 July | Elba, Italy (Portoferraio)
Elba is a magnificent small island located in the Tuscan archipelago (and is part of the region). It is lapped by pristine turquoise waters. Only few people know that Elba is connected to Napoleon. He has been an extremely important character for the island, which still celebrates him and preserves his major works, such as villas, theatres, museums and houses. One of the best examples of this is Villa dei Mulini, an ancient Medici villa refurbished and redesigned by Napoleon.

11 July | Marseille, France (Provence)
The largest port on the Mediterranean, Marseille is France's second largest city and a virtual melting pot of peoples and cultures. It is also a place of striking contrasts, from the fishing boats and pleasure craft of the picturesque Vieux Port to the modern Canebiere. Dominating the harbour is the infamous Chateau d'If, the rocky prison from which Alexandre Dumas' Count of Monte Cristo escaped. Marseille is also your gateway to Provence. Explore the countryside around Arles and Avignon, immortalised in the canvases of Van Gogh, Cezanne, Matisse and Picasso.

12 July | Barcelona, Spain
Cultural Barcelona is a favourite port for world travellers. Stroll Las Ramblas to the medieval Gothic Quarter, visit the palatial Picasso Museum and the spires of Gaudi’s Basilica La Sagrada Familia.

13 July | At sea
Cruising the Mediterranean.

14 July | Malaga, Spain
One of Spain's oldest cities, Malaga has been inhabited since the time of the Phoenicians, who called it Malaka. A city of narrow streets, whitewashed houses, churches and sunny plazas, Malaga offers an idealised image of Spain. Andalusia's main port is also your gateway to the resorts of the Costa del Sol. No visit to Malaga would be complete without a trip to Granada and a tour of the fabled Alhambra. Malaga was the chief port for the Kingdom of Granada, the last stronghold of Moorish Spain. The city fell to Ferdinand and Isabelle in 1487. The re-conquest of Spain ended with the fall of Grenada in 1492, the year Columbus discovered the New World.

15 July | Tangier, Morocco
Tangier - the very name conjures up an air of mystery and adventure, a place where Berber tribesmen, Europeans and assorted adventurers meet and mingle in the narrow streets of the Kasbah. The city's history and culture does little to dispel that sense of mystery. Founded by Carthaginians in the 5th century B.C., the city has seen great powers and would-be conquerors come and go; the city always abides. There is also the Tangier of the mind. Since the 19th century, European and American painters, poets and writers have been drawn to the narrow streets of old city. Delacroix first immortalised Tangier's landscaped and publicised its charms, giving Europe a taste for the exotic. And American writers like Paul Bowles, William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg made the city a veritable suburb of modern American literature.

16 July | Lisbon, Portugal
Once the centre of a vast trading empire, Lisbon has a rich tradition of bold explorers – a cultural spirit that is captured in the city's Monument to theDiscoveries. The Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery and Alfama Quarter are some of the highlights.

17 - 18 July | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

19 July | Cork, Ireland (Cobh for Blarney Castle)
From Cork, stroll the narrow country lanes of romantic Ireland and see theLakes of Killarney. Scale the narrow passages of Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone and see if you’ve been gifted the power of eloquence.

20 July | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

21 July | Greenock, Scotland
The ship docks in Greenock, which is approximately 45 minutes from Glasgow. Glasgow was Scotland's great industrial centre during the 19th century. Today, the city remains the commercial and cultural capital of the Lowlands. Lying on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow boasts some of the finest Victorian architecture in the entire United Kingdom, including the stately City Chambers. Elegant Princes Square offers excellent shopping, and among the host of museums and galleries, the Burrell Collection features a superb treasure trove of paintings and art objects.

22 July | Liverpool, England
This great industrial port grew to prominence as a result of trade with the Americas. That tradition continued in the '60s as the Beatles mounted the first wave of rock 'n' roll's "British Invasion". Actually, the city possesses cultural charms beyond the Beatles. Liverpool is home to two of the finest neoclassical buildings in Europe. At nearby Port Sunlight, magnate William Lever built a model industrial village and created the Lady Lever Gallery. The museum is home to a superb collection of English paintings and furniture.

23 July | Holyhead, Wales
Since the time of Elizabeth I, the road running from London to Holyhead has been a vital strategic route, linking England, Wales and the sea route to Ireland. Approaching Holyhead from the sea, your first image is of towering sea cliffs rearing above the waves. Natural beauty abounds on the island of Anglesey, the northernmost part of Wales. Anglesey has a long and turbulent history, it was the last stronghold of Druids resisting the Roman invasion, and it was the last refuge of the Welsh princes who resisted English conquest and dominion. Today, Holyhead and Anglesey are your gateway to Wales, a land with a strong and proud Celtic tradition and with some of the most beautiful countryside in the British Isles.

24 July | At sea
Cruising the Norwegian Sea

25 July | London, England (Dover)
Visible for miles from sea, the White Cliffs of Dover are an instantly recognisable symbol of England. Modern highways make Dover the doorstep to London - Britain's ever-fascinating capital. Visitors to this great city have a wealth of pleasures to choose from. Explore the notorious Tower of London and view the Crown Jewels. Visit Windsor Castle or see Westminster Abbey. The choices are fascinating and endless. Dover is also your gateway to Kent's green countryside, dotted with old medieval towns and castles. Dover has played a major role in world history since the days of the Norman invasion. Today 13th century Dover Castle dominates a harbour filled with cross-channel ferries and merchant and passenger shipping.

26 July | At sea
Cruising the Norwegian Sea

27 July | Inverness/Loch Ness, Scotland (Invergordon)
In 1933, an enterprising editor in Inverness enlivened a slow news week with the story of an odd sighting in Loch Ness. The legend grew overnight - and today individuals still scan the dark waters of the Loch for a sight of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. Legend goes back as far as the 6th century and insists that the celebrated Loch Ness Monster inhabits a cave beneath the picturesque ruins of Urquhart Castle. Welcome to Invergordon, your gateway to Loch Ness and that area of the Highlands known as the "Great Glen."

28 July | Shetland Islands, Scotland (Lerwick)
The Shetlands are the most northerly of the British Isles and consist of over one hundred islands, of which a mere 16 are inhabited. Lerwick is the capital of the archipelago. Located on the eastern shore of Mainland, the largest Shetland Island, the town was largely developed by Dutch herring fisherman in the 17th century. The islands are renowned for their superb crafts ranging from woollen and cashmere knitwear to intricate lace shawls and fine jewellery.

29 July | At sea
Cruising the Norwegian Sea

30 Jul | Reykjavik, Iceland
From volcanoes to glaciers, thermal springs to icy rivers, Reykjavik offers many of Iceland's contrasting wonders, including the famous Blue Lagoon, a stunning outdoor geothermal spa.

31 July - 01 August | At sea
Cruising the Norwegian Sea.

02 August | Nanortalik, Greenland
Nanortalik means "place of bears" in Greenlandic. Summer visitors to this extraordinary - and extraordinarily isolated - port may spot polar bears on the offshore flow ice. Those offshore waters also teem with seals and Minke, humpback and fin whales. Ashore, brightly painted wooden houses cluster to a rocky peninsula in the harbor. Dramatic boulders dot the landscape, and mountains surround the port. (Nanortalik is well known to the world's elite rock climbers.) Ruined Viking farmsteads and ancient Inuit sites dot the surrounding countryside. The port was founded 1797 as a Danish whaling station. Today, Nanortalik is a fishing port, and many people are traditional seal hunters.

03 August | Qaqortoq, Greenland
If you're a seasoned traveler with a taste for destinations untrammelled by modern tourism, Qaqortoq is the ultimate port of call. The ship's launches drop you off at the pier, providing you with the opportunity to stroll the streets, visit the small local museum, talk to the local residents, buy a souvenir stamp at the Post Office and perhaps purchase an Inuit handicraft as a remembrance of your visit to one of the unique communities on the planet.

04 August | At sea
Cruising the Arctic Ocean

05 August | Nuuk, Greenland
Although Greenland is the world's largest island, it remains relatively unknown to most people. Only about 15 percent of Greenland is NOT frozen year-round. Although city's are a relatively new concept for Greenlanders, Nuuk is the island's capital and largest city, at about 16,000 people. It lies on a peninsula along the central west coast and is the key to an extensive system of fjords. Like most places in Greenland, it displays a magnificent vista of mountains and valleys. Nuuk's formal history generally dates from 1728, when a Lutheran missionary Hans Egede, came from Denmark to join 12 Greenlandic families in this place, which was then called Godthåb. He built a trading post, a Lutheran mission, and opened the doors to slow, but steady integration between Inuit and European people. The ship's launches drop you off at the pier, providing you with the opportunity to stroll the streets, talk to the local residents, buy a souvenir stamp at the Post Office and perhaps purchase an Inuit handicraft as a remembrance of your visit to one of the unique communities on the planet.

06 - 07 August | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

08 August | Red Bay, Canada
Red Bay, a coastal community and National Historic Site in Canada, is a beautiful introduction to rural Labrador. Tiny Red Bay has the hallmarks of rural Newfoundland and Labrador: colourful saltbox houses, craggy coastline and complete peace and solitude. The town can be easily walked in a short amount of time, and the effort is worth it. Wander around the beach and soak up the history

09 August | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

10 August | Quebec, Canada
To visit Québec is to experience France without crossing the Atlantic. The architecture, the ambience, and the animated conversation on the street confirm the impression that a bit of France has been permanently imbedded in North America. Stroll along the streets of the atmospheric Latin Quarter and explore the historic stone and brick houses of Old Québec, the only remaining walled city north of Mexico. Visit the Place Royale and Notre Dame des Victoires, the oldest stone church in North America, and marvel at the turreted Château de Frontenac.

11 August | Saguenay, Canada
The Saguenay Fjord Route is an outstanding landscape of sea, mountains and rising cliffs protected by three National Parks. Its exceptional natural beauty can be discovered by land, sea or air. With a decidedly French atmosphere and a touch of the Old World, the banks of the Saguenay Fjord are lined with charming villages surrounded by beautiful landscapes.

12 August | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

13 August | Sydney, Canada (Cape Breton Island)
Cape Breton is fabled as a magical travel destination and the Port of Sydney is the gateway. Known for its beauty and unique Celtic music and culture, Sydney puts some of the Island's greatest sights and attractions at your fingertips when you disembark into the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion. The dockside pavilion offers an array of Shopping Boutiques, a Craft Market and the World's Largest Fiddle. You will also find wireless Internet services, a Visitor Information Centre, and the Cape Breton Island Exhibition Centre featuring artefacts, images and an overview of the rich culture and heritage of this historic Island. Or you can simply sit and savour our local seafood cuisine at the Range Light Cafe, or enjoy a glass of wine on our second level balcony.

14 August | Halifax, Canada
Head to Lunenburg, a colonial seaport town which has an Old Town designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be sure to visit Peggy’s Point Lighthouse,at Peggy's Cove, a quaint, historic fishing village dating back to 1811.

15 August | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

16 - 17 August | New York, USA
It's impossible not to be awed in New York. From the Statue of Liberty to Times Square, from urban Central Park to the Rockefeller Center, New York spreads an irresistible feast for all. With an overnight stay, you'll have time to walk the famous Brooklyn Bridge to take in the sights.

18 - 19 August | At sea
Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean

20 August | Grand Turk
Grand Turk, the capital of the Turks and Caicos Islands, is a small island bursting with turn-of-the-century Caribbean charm, retaining the look and feel of the Caribbean 40 years ago. Grand Turk was founded by Bermudan salt rakers some three centuries ago and its Bermudan-British-colonial architecture surrounded by colourful local dwellings make the island a treasure to visit. It is recognised as being one of the first places in the New World where Christopher Columbus landed and also gained worldwide attention when John Glenn splashed down near Grand Turk on his historic first mission to space. Grand Turk is six miles long and just over a mile wide with a population of only 6,000. It is blessed with miles of uncrowded, beautiful beaches and is close to several uninhabited cays such as Gibb's Cay, home of the stingray encounter. While there are many land-side attractions to explore such as the Old Prison, Lighthouse Park, and the re-created salt salina, the real beauty of the island lies underwater. Grand Turk is world-famous for its healthy and beautiful coral reefs that surround the island, stretching almost from the coastline to the 7,000-foot vertical wall just offshore.

21 - 22 August | At sea
Cruising the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea.

23 August | Panama Canal Transit Scenic Cruising
Appreciate the engineering feat of the Panama Canal on a full day transit.

24 August | At sea
Cruising the Pacific Ocean

25 August | Quito, Ecuador (Manta)
Quito boasts a wealth of South American history as well as phenomenal views of the Andes. One of the most unique attractions is the Equatorial Monument where you can ‘stand on the equator’. Check out the post office, and send yourself a letter from ‘Middle of the Earth’.

26 - 27 August | At sea
Cruising the South Pacific Ocean

28 - 29 August | Lima, Peru (Callao)
One of the highlights will undoubtedly be the Gold Museum, which boasts one of the largest collections of Incan jewellery in the world. The famous Indian Market offers unique items for that special souvenir. From Lima you can take an excursion to Machu Picchu.

30 August | Pisco, Peru (San Martin)
Truly astonishing, the Nazca Lines, can be best viewed on a flight. From this unique perspective, you can see the hundreds of geoglyphs etched into the surface below. Thrill to the sight of birds, fish, llamas, jaguars and monkeys. The wildlife sanctuary of Islas Ballestas is often called the ‘Galapagos of Peru’ and easiest explored on a shore excursion.

31 August - 03 September | At sea
Cruising the South Pacific Ocean.

04 September | Easter Island, Chile
The monoliths of Easter Island are puzzling and fascinating. The oldest of the Moai, as the great monoliths are called, date back to 700 A.D. See the quarry, visit the statues and take in the views on a shore excursion.

05 - 08 September | At sea
Cruising the South Pacific Ocean.

09 September | Tahiti, French Polynesia (Papeete)
Tahiti is a traveller’s paradise. Aquamarine lagoons, white sand beaches and lush tropical forests with plunging waterfalls lure you ashore. Visit Point Venus, where Cook’s expedition observed the transit of Venus across the sun in 1769.

10 September | Bora Bora
Majestic mountains sculpted by ancient volcanoes, a shimmering lagoon and a barrier reef dotted with tiny motu, or islets - welcome to Bora Bora, perhaps the most stunning island in the South Pacific. Only 4,600 people live a seemingly idyllic lifestyle in the main villages of Vaitape, Anau and Faanui. No wonder those generations of travellers - including novelist James Michener - regarded Bora Bora as an earthly paradise.

11 - 12 September | At sea
Cruising the South Pacific Ocean.

13 September | At sea
Cross the International Dateline.

14 - 15 September | At sea
Cruising the South Pacific Ocean.

16 September | Auckland, New Zealand
Sailing into Auckland's harbour you'll realise why this is called ‘the City of Sails’. The city has a vibrant style, whilst a visit to the ‘island of wine’ may be a perfect place to spend a day. Waitomo's glow worm grotto is a true geological phenomenon of nature and close by.

17 - 19 September | At sea
Cruising the Tasman Sea.

20 September | Sydney
Be greeted by the famous Opera House, and say goodbye to new found friends.


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