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Cruise into Sydney Harbour

Cruise into Sydney Harbour

Glide quietly through the heads toward Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House as the rising sun casts its glow on the waking city. Magic.

White Christmas in Antarctica

White Christmas in Antarctica

Celebrate the Whitest Christmas on a small ship Antarctic Expedition. Gifts include Weddell, crabeater and leopard seals; gentoo, Adelie and chinstrap penguins, and elephant seal sightings.

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Cruise the Norwegian Fjords

Dwarfed by the towering, snowcapped cliffs, your ship glides through fjords into Flam where you will board the famous Flam Railway, witnessing more stunning scenery trackside!

Shipboard days on the Mediterranean

Shipboard days on the Mediterranean

Your sun lounge, a warm breeze, the blue sea, a coastline dotted with whitewashed buildings. Spa time, a dip in the pool, a sumptuous dinner. A timeless day at sea on the Mediterranean. Next port, Rome.

Small Ship Cruising in the Galapagos

Small Ship Cruising in the Galapagos

Visit the Giant Tortoise Breeding program on Isla Isabel on your Galapagos Island cruise. Observe blue footed boobies, white tipped reef sharks, marine iguanas, playful sea lions, penguins and crabs in their natural habitat.

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Recent Cruise Reviews What our clients are saying about their latest cruise adventures

The Amazing Kimberley   , NSW, Australia, Aug 2022
The cruise on the Caledonian Sky was once again a wonderful adventure. This was the fourth time we have travelled on this ship. Previously we had toured with Noble Caledonian tours and we can honestly say that the service from the expedition team and hotel staff was the same which was of high quality The highlight of the trip was Montgomery's reef. ...read more If you thinking of taking this trip it would be better at the end of the wet season as when we where there in September the waterfalls were dry but the landscape was beautiful. The knowledge of the expedition team was fantastic.

The only negative was that on arrival in Broome we had not been booked into the hotel that we originally booked and paid for due to confusion between Oaks and APT but the staff of Oaks Cable Beach were able to organise with Oaks Town for us to stay with them sat the Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary. Thank you Rachael from Oaks Cable Beach.
Kimberley Cruise   , WA, Australia, Aug 2022
We had a wonderful time on the Kimberley cruise. The Caledonian Sky was very comfortable, the meals and drinks were first rate and the crew were excellent, very attentive and always polite. Overall, we’d give it 10 out of 10.
Average   , QLD, Australia, Aug 2022
We were disappointed in that we asked friends to cruise with us and their rooms were very poor indeed. The rooms at the end of the ship had such serious vibrations that neither could sleep properly on several nights. The staff were great. The food was excellent. The trouble is if you get no sleep who wants to go? One couple was compensated with ...read more a free meal on the last night. I feel bad because I recommended the the cruise. It won't be happening again!
Sailing up the Queensland coast   , QLD, Australia, Aug 2022
We enjoyed our trip with P&O. The service, food, staff were wonderful. However, our cabin had severe vibration due to it's location at the back. Other friends on board did not have this and so if you can, avoid the room at the back.

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Le Ponant's New 2023 Kimberley Cruises

23 June, 2022

Le Ponant's New 2023 Kimberley Cruises

Ponant has unveiled its Kimberley experiences on board Le Ponant for next year. Cruises are open now for the expedition program on board the three-masted sailing yacht commencing on the 7th of April 2023 with 26 new cruise departures covering the Northern Kimberley, Southern Kimberley,...

Welcome Home Pacific Explorer

09 June, 2022

Welcome Home Pacific Explorer

P&O's Pacific Explorer has made it's highly anticipated return to Sydney after 2 years away, marking the long awaited restart of cruising in the region. Pacific Explorer became the first cruise ship to return to Australia in more than two years, passing through Sydney Heads at about...

Discover Hawaii with NCL

09 June, 2022

Discover Hawaii with NCL

It has felt like a long time coming, but at last the world is reopening again for us to explore and there are many reasons why a visit to Hawaii should be high on your 'must do' list. Hawaii is one of the many things that Norwegian Cruise Lines does exceptionally well and they are ready and...

2024 Scenic Eclipse Australia & South Pacific Voyages

01 June, 2022

2024 Scenic Eclipse Australia & South Pacific Voyages

Scenic Eclipse II will sail the South Pacific and the coastlines of Australia for the very first time in 2024. Join Scenic on a voyage of discovery in this remarkable region with exclusive itineraries carefully curated by their expert journey designers. Combining innovative design and...

Common Questions Common questions about cruising

What are the most common types of cabin on a cruise ship?
There are four main types of cabin to be found on a cruise ship being an interior or inside cabin, an ocean view or outside cabin, a balcony room and a suite. The layout, position and size of these types will vary from one cruise ship to another so in order to get the most out of your cruise, it is important to...read more do your research about cabin types, prices and location on the ship before you book. We've outlined some things to consider when choosing a cabin on your cruise.
What is an inside cabin on a cruise ship?
An inside cabin is a windowless room located in the middle of the ship meaning no view to the outside or natural light. This isn't as unappealing as it may sound, there are definite upsides to being inside - the significantly cheaper price point being the main one. Booking an inside cabin leaves more of your holiday...read more budget in your pocket while still giving you access to all the ship's facilities. As you endeavour to take advantage of the extensive entertainment and activities on board you may spend very little time in your cabin and find you just need somewhere quiet and comfortable to sleep at night while your days and evenings are spent making the most of the cruising lifestyle.
Are balcony cabins worth it?
Well that depends. If budget is tight and you spend very little time in your room, you may be better off with a cheaper ocean view or inside cabin. Ocean view cabins can sometimes be more spacious as they don't have a balcony utilising the floor space. However if you have the budget, there are distinct advantages...read more to balcony cabins such as having immediate access to the fresh sea air. It is a truly special thing to be able to enjoy your morning coffee or evening glass of wine while watching the sunrise or sunset over the ocean. Depending on your location, being able to enjoy the scenery from the privacy of your own room is a major drawcard especially as the outer decks can become quite crowded when view points of particular interest.
Is forward or aft better on a cruise ship?
Forward cabins are at the front of the ship and appeal to many as they often have great views, especially when arriving at and leaving ports. Forward cabins can be more spacious and configured differently from a standard balcony cabins as they are arranged across the bow of the ship. Forward rooms can be subject...read more to more motion as the ship breaks the waves, so may not be the first choice for those prone to sea sickness. The aft is at the back of the ship and the uninterrupted views over the ship's wake are a big drawcard for these cabins as are more space and bigger balconies. This can mean a higher price point for aft cabins. There might be some vibration or noise from the engine or anchor at the aft of the ship.