8 nights on Pacific Pearl from $529 including port charges and govt.taxes available all members plus friends and family. Example given but more departures available

Introduction

If you are choosing a cruise for the first time, you will be very pleasantly surprised. You unpack once and your floating resort will carry you to the world’s exciting destinations.
Life on board generally offers a continual string of activities so you can choose to participate in some, none or as many as you wish. The choice is yours to be as busy or relaxed as you wish. Meals are generally a gastronomical delight – another pleasure that comes with cruising. Then there is the nightlife right on your doorstep and the exciting ports of call.

Cruises are all-inclusive! Consider that your transportation, all meals, entertainment and use of all sporting and games facilities are included in the one price.

 


P & O Cruises

www.pocruises.com.au

Sailing since 1989, Pacific Pearl arrive from the UK for her latest refurbishment. This 63,524 GT large resort ship entered P&O Australia service in late 2010. She carries around 1,752 passengers. In the growing Australian market the standard of cuisine, restaurants, public spaces and leisure activities maintains its excellence, in keeping with her sister ships Pacific Jewel and Pacific Dawn. She is ideally suited to young couples, singles of all ages and families, with plenty of open deck space, two large pools, wading pool, and extensive child and teenager facilities including indoor/outdoor play areas located aft. Pacific Pearl features a distinctive forward domed and curved observation lounge offering spectacular views. The 12 decks feature an array of entertainment venues and amenities, restaurants, bars, lounges, cinema, casino, spa, internet cafe and atrium lobby shops.

From January 2011 the Pacific Pearl offers 10-night cruises out of Auckland to Pacific Islands. From early February 2011 she sails from Sydney to Pacific Islands, New Zealand and Tasmania. In late April 2011 Pearl relocates to Auckland for cruises to South Pacific Islands and the great Barrier Reef. From late June she returns to sail out of Sydney, and at the end of 2011 from Auckland. The ship’s 2010 refit followed the lines of her sister vessels: spacious staterooms will feature refrigerator, flat-screen TV, walk-in closets and ample storage space. All twin beds can convert to queen size.

 

Conditions:    Inclusions:
  • Prices are per person share twin or Quad
  • Prices depend on availability at the time of reservation
  • Prices may change at any time
  • There is a $50 per person booking fee.

 

 
  •  Accommodation, transportation, all meals and ship’s entertainment.
Price Guide:
Best Buy

 

 

Pacific Pearl departures Sydney to Pacific Islands and New Zealand

Pacific Pearl
12 Sydney / Pacific Islands / Sydney 29 Jul 2011
  Inside Twin Cabin  $949 Inside Quad Cabin  $769   Outside Twin Cabin  $1069 Outside Quad Cabin  $919
 Itinerary: Sydney, Poum, Champagne Bay, Wala, Vila, Mystery Island, Noumea, Sydney

 

 

Pacific Pearl
9 Sydney / Pacific Islands / Sydney 10 Aug 2011
  Inside Twin Cabin  $729 Inside Quad Cabin  $589   Outside Twin Cabin  $795 Outside Quad Cabin  $699
 Itinerary: Sydney, Noumea, Lifou Isle, Isle of Pines, Poum, Sydney


 

Pacific Pearl
8 Sydney / New Caledonia / Sydney 29 Aug 2011
  Inside Twin Cabin  $649 Inside Quad Cabin  $529   Outside Twin Cabin  $729 Outside Quad Cabin  $629
 Itinerary: Sydney, Poum, Noumea, Isle of Pines, Sydney


 

 

 

 
Prices are per person twin share or quad share.

Eligibility:   All Interline Reservation Service members and their family / travelling companions & friends
Rates subject to availability at the time of reservation  A booking fee of $50 per person applies.

 

 


 
www.interlineres.com
Tel: (02) 9700 8711   •  Fax: (02) 9700 8710   •  Email: irssyd@interlineres.com
Source = Interline Reservation Service

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