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Royal Caribbean’s largest ever flagship cruise liner, the 362-meter long behemoth Symphony of the Seas, has finally set sail on its inaugural Mediterranean voyage after spending 3 years in construction. Read our review of these new mighty ship from Royal Caribbean here.

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Cruises are the resorts of the seas; a relaxation destination and a way to journey in style. Determining your method of travel to your cruise terminal is a critical part of your trip preparation. If you are voyaging with P&O, boarding will take place at the White Bay Cruise Terminal in Balmain. For other cruise liners, including Carnival and the Royal Caribbean, expect to depart from Circular Quay, Sydney CBD. There are numerous transport options, largely dependent on your proximity to your boarding port. Here are some recommendations for travelling to your cruise terminal.

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One of the most romantic, serene and memorable ways you can tie the knot is on a luxurious and relaxing cruise. A wedding at sea aboard a world-class cruise ship couldn’t offer a better experience for you or your guests. You can even choose to have your ceremony in some of the most untouched and exotic locations across the world, like on a glacier or an island in the Pacific.

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It's just a fact: Australians love cruising. For the past few years now, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLI) (https://www.cruising.org.au/) has named our country one of the fastest growing cruise markets in the entire world. Every year, over a million Aussies go on a cruise, and one reason for that is obvious: the world of luxury cruising simply never stands still and stagnates. So with the New Year upon us, what do cruise lovers have to look forward to in 2018?

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If you ever get a few days to spare, you have a sense of adventure and a love of the sea, and your idea of a night of entertainment is a hearty giggle, then you're going to love the comedy cruises that P&O Australia has on offer in the near future.

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Once the reserve of the wealthy, going on a cruise is now something within just about everyone's reach - and the skyrocketing popularity of this brilliant past-time is the proof of that. Why are more people than ever before going on a cruise? In short, it's simply the ultimate getaway. It's a luxurious floating hotel that cruises from luxurious destination to luxurious destination. The entertainment is laid on, lifelong friends are easy to make, and the world comes to you without a single airport queue in sight. What's not to love?

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The new NCL cruise ship Norwegian Jewel has arrived in Australia. The first of nine cruises from Sydney headed to Tassie, but Norwegian Jewel will head all around Australia, New Zealand and beyond in the next three months, including a novel trip to Kangaroo Island.

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For lovers of Australian cruising, here's some exciting news: a new Royal Caribbean cruise ship is well on the way to the high seas - Spectrum of the Seas.

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Princess Cruise’s Sea Princess has emerged from a dry dock in Singapore with a new look and many fresh luxury features.

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Coral Expeditions has opened bookings for its new ship, the Coral Adventurer. Australia’s ground-breaking cruise-line’s most recent addition will set sail on a series of maiden voyages themed around being “In the trail of the Tasman”.

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