Auckland (New Zealand) to Bali (Indonesia) on Seven Seas Voyager

6 March 2018
Fly Cruise for 18 nights

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Tuesday 06 March Auckland (New Zealand) 0600 1800
Auckland is highly-ranked in international quality-of-living surveys, and its nickname, 'City of Sails' comes from the large number of yacht-owners in the population. Shoppers head for the Golden Mile or the up-market area of Ponsonby, well-known for its restaurants. Visit Antarctic Encounter to experience a re-creation of Scott's 1911 expedition and for views of the city, go up the 1076-foot Sky Tower, or climb the extinct volcanic cone of Mount Eden.
2 - Wednesday 07 March Bay Of Islands 0700 1700
3 - Thursday 08 March Cruising The Tasman Sea
4 - Friday 09 March Cruising The Tasman Sea
5 - Saturday 10 March Sydney (Australia) 1300
Arriving in the port of Sydney, take the escalator to the top deck to take in the famous view of the Opera House. There is much to see in the vibrant city of Sydney, including Bondi Beach, the fashionable Rocks area and Tuaranga Zoo across the harbour. The grand Queen Victoria Building and the Strand Arcade are upmarket shopping destinations. Harbour Bridge climbs are available, crossing catwalks to the summit for views of the Blue Mountains.
6 - Sunday 11 March Sydney (Australia) 1800
7 - Monday 12 March Cruising The Tasman Sea
8 - Tuesday 13 March Brisbane (Australia) 0800 1800
Portside Wharf is the destination for all but the largest cruise liners visiting Brisbane and facilities include a visitors' centre with a shorebird roost built for migratory birds. Brisbane is a relaxed, riverside city with 26 miles of beaches along the Gold Coast, prestigious boutiques along Edward Street and a thriving caf' culture. Wildlife lovers will enjoy visiting the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the rain forest of Lamington National Park.
9 - Wednesday 14 March Cruising The Coral Sea
10 - Thursday 15 March Townsville 1100 2000
11 - Friday 16 March Cairns (Australia) 0800 2200
Cairns is Australia's busiest cruise port, situated in the heart of the city and offering visitors shops, restaurants and tours to the Great Barrier Reef. It has a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere, with broad, tree-lined esplanades and a backdrop of mountains and farmland. Besides the spectacular reef, nearby places of interest include the beaches, steam railway and forest-top cable car of Atherton Tablelands, and the hippie town of Kuranda close to Barron Falls.
12 - Saturday 17 March Cooktown (Queensland, Australia) 0700 1600
13 - Sunday 18 March Cruising The Torres Strait
14 - Monday 19 March Cruising The Arafura Sea
15 - Tuesday 20 March Darwin (Australia) 0900 1700
Darwin is surrounded by the wild outback and is one of Australia's most modern cities, having been rebuilt twice since World War II. It is famous for its exotic restaurants serving up buffalo, kangaroo and crocodile, and the Asian night-market at Mindil Beach. The Museum of Arts and Sciences has an excellent collection of Aboriginal art and artefacts. Beyond Darwin is Kakadu National Park and the leaping crocodiles along the Adelaide River
16 - Wednesday 21 March Cruising The Timor Sea
17 - Thursday 22 March Komodo Island (Indonesia) 1100 1800
The Indonesian island of Komodo is one of the few places to see the remarkable Komodo Dragon, the world's heaviest lizard which grows up to 10 feet and a weight of 200lbs. Visitors can observe them soaking up the sun on the riverbanks from the safety of a protective enclosure. Komodo also has a dazzling variety of exotic plants, coral reefs, mangroves and a population of orange-footed scrub fowl and Timor deer.
18 - Friday 23 March Bali (Indonesia) 1200
The resort island of Bali has two main ports, Benoa and Pedang Bay, both in the south. North of Pedang Bay is the Blue Lagoon, a reef rich in marine life, and both ports are close to the sandy beaches for which Bali is famous. Inland are paddy fields, rain forests and volcanoes. Sights include the murals at Kerta Gosa Courthouse and 13th-century Kehen Temple in Pedang.
19 - Saturday 24 March Bali (Indonesia) 1800
Code Category Status Latest Price
H Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £6422pp
G Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £6639pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £6856pp
E Concierge Suite GUARANTEE £7159pp
D Concierge Suite GUARANTEE £7383pp
C Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £7656pp
B Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £7929pp
A Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £8202pp
SS Seven Seas Suite WAIT LIST £10841pp
VS Voyager Suite WAIT LIST £12759pp
GS Grand Suite WAIT LIST £15230pp
MS Master Suite WAIT LIST £16882pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: Included; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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6 March 2018£6422pp