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Princess Cruises has announced that the 2019/2020

Australian cruise season will be the largest in its

history. A total of five ships will travel to over 100

destinations and carry 200,000 guests.

Sailings will depart from Sydney, Perth (Fremantle),

Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland.

They include voyages around Australia, New

Zealand and beyond including Singapore, Hong

Kong, Fiji and Bali.

Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises' vice president UK

and Europe, said: "UK bookings to Australia have

nearly doubled year-on-year in 2018 so it's fitting

we're now gearing up for our largest ever Australia

and New Zealand season. We're anticipating an

increase in UK visitors to the west coast of Australia,

including historic Perth and its stunning coastal

setting, and have ensured we'll spend more time

there so guests can take advantage of everything

the region has to offer.

"From Sydney Opera House to the Great Barrier

Reef to our 'Lord of the Rings' tours in New Zealand

we have unprecedented choice for anyone looking

to sail across this stunning part of the world."

The season includes the return of the 3,560 guest

Majestic Princess, the line's newest ship, as well as

the maiden arrival of the 3,100-guest Ruby Princess.

Both ships will sail out of Sydney with a total of over

100,000 guests.

South Australia will see a surge in cruise ships sailing

to and from the region, with the 2,600-guest Golden

Princess, 2,000-guest Sun Princess and Majestic

Princess completing itineraries to and from Adelaide.

Four Princess ships will spend 141 days cruising

from Perth, the longest period of time a cruise line

has visited the region. Sun Princess will spend a

dedicated season based in Perth from November

2019 to March 2020.

In Brisbane, the 2,000-guest Sea Princess will

return to complete itineraries spanning two to 35

days, calling at destinations across New Zealand,

Australia, Papua New Guinea, the Coral Sea, South

Pacific and Hawaii. Highlights include a new 10-day

voyage to Tasmania, with calls to Burnie, Port Arthur,

Hobart, and Sydney.

Golden Princess returns to Melbourne, sailing to

destinations in New Zealand, South Australia and

the South Pacific. Highlights include a new 14-day

Queensland cruise with calls to Airlie Beach, Yorkey's

Knob, Port Douglas, Brisbane, Newcastle and

Sydney and a new seven-day 'Southern Australia

Explorer' with late night calls in Adelaide.

Princess Cruises reveals largest ever Australia

and New Zealand season in 2019/2020

"From Sydney Opera House to the

Great Barrier Reef to our 'Lord of

the Rings' tours in New Zealand

we have unprecedented choice for

anyone looking to sail across this

stunning part of the world."

4 Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit

www.jetlinecruise.com/cruise-packages/majestic-australia-new-zealand-508

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