Sun Princess Cruise Sale

Posted on Saturday, July 11, 2009 |
Cruise SaleThe Sun Princess made the news in October, 2007 as the largest ship to ever cross beneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge while entering the harbour for the first time, with a vertical clearance of approximately 2.5 meters to spare at low tide.

If you're interested in booking a cruise ship holiday, check out the cruise sale deals at http://cruisesalefinder.co.nz.

I found a cool story on a blog by someone who has just returned from teaching art during a 16-day cruise aboard the Sun Princess. You can read it here, but there's an excerpt below:

"The classes on board were a huge hit, we were told that most art/craft classes on board usually had around 30 attendees, due to the fact that there are so many other activities running concurrently onboard at any one time...... ha ha

Our first class was for 60 people - and we completely filled the area we were allocated to work in, and had to turn away another 47 people!!!!!

That set the scheme of things pretty much for all our classes. Full to capacity, lots of creativity, mess and enjoyment.

The Cruise Director actually asked us if we could 'repeat' a class and gave us some $ to go spend in Singapore to purchase more materials. So we gladly accepted and they had a 'back by popular demand' class for us too! woohoo :)"

The Sun Princess sets sail around Australia on a 28 day voyage commencing 17 October. there are huge savings to be had at the moment with some fares reduced by 75%. Twin cabins are from NZ $2790 pp and triple cabin fares from NZ $3214 pp. Check out the cruise sale deals at http://cruisesalefinder.co.nz.


Video:
Footage of the Sun Princess in Sydney's Darling Harbour

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cruising under Sydney Harbour Bridge on this ship is very cool... there are a few metres of clearance but you still feel like you are going to hit the bridge! Sydney Harbour is one of the best to cruise out of.

alaska cruise said...

I just have came back from long and fascinating cruise holidays of Europe. It was memorable experience for me and I would love to go at Sydney at my next cruise holidays..

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