Board Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Solstice in Sydney this November, and set off on a 14-night adventure that encompasses some of the most spectacular scenery in the Southern Hemisphere for just $2049 per person, twin share when you book with Cruise1st.com.au.
Saving up to $400 off the cost of the same package on other dates in November, this New Zealand cruise, stay and fly deal includes US$100 on board credit per stateroom and all meals on board and as well as the following:
Upgrade to an Ocean View Stateroom for just $300 extra per person including US$100 credit per cabin; to a Balcony Stateroom for just $470 extra per person with US$200 credit per cabin; or to a Suite for $1400 extra per person with US$300 credit per cabin.
Departing from the harbour city of Sydney, Celebrity Solstice will make her way down to cosmopolitan Melbourne before crossing the Tasman Sea to New Zealand.
Here, passengers will get to see the three sounds -- Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound -- each spectacular in its own right, teeming with native species, steep cliffs and cascading waterfalls. Next stop is the historic city of Dunedin with its Scottish architecture, followed by New Zealand’s capital city Wellington and the city of Tauranga before the final leg of the journey into Auckland Harbour.
This package is also available departing from Sydney for $1499 per person, twin share; Brisbane or Melbourne for $1599 per person, twin share; and Canberra or Adelaide for $1849 per person, twin share.
Valid for departure on 28 November.
To receive the free on board credit, book by 11 May. Package without credit can be booked until 15 May.
About the ship: One of the most decorated ships from Celebrity Cruises, the 5-star Celebrity Solstice was named among the ‘Best Cruise Ships of 2011’ by Frommers. The innovative ship features spacious staterooms and specialty restaurants, as well as luxury amenities like a casino, designer shopping, a theatre and an AquaSpa by Elemis. Another luxury feature is the Lawn Club -- a full half-acre of living grass complete with bocce courts and a putting green -- and a Hot Glass Show where passengers can watch the creation of intricate glass artworks.