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ONE of the world’s leading cruise lines, Princess Cruises has an­nounced de­tails of its big­gest Bris­bane sea­son as cruis­ing in Queens­land continues to boom.

The cruise line’s new 2015-16 itin­er­ar­ies in­clude nine months of cruises from Bris­bane, with its 2000-pas­sen­ger Sun Princess to be based in the city from Au­gust to Novem­ber next year and sis­ter ship Sea Princess sail­ing from the Queens­land cap­i­tal from Novem­ber 2015 to April 2016.

The move re­flects the in­creas­ing pop­u­lar­ity of Princess Cruises’ hol­i­days from Bris­bane.

The ex­tended Queens­land sea­son is a high­light of the new pro­gram, which also fea­tures Princess Cruises’ first sum­mer sea­son in Fre­man­tle and the Aus­tralian de­but of the 2600-pas­sen­ger Golden Princess, which will be the big­gest ship ever to home­port in Mel­bourne.

Both Sun Princess and Sea Princess will of­fer a range of cruises to Pa­pua New Guinea, the South Pa­cific, Queens­land, New Zealand as well as a new China and Ja­pan sail­ing roundtrip from Bris­bane in April 2015. Fares start from $1119pp for a seven-night Queens­land cruise and $1629pp for a 10-night cruise to Pa­pua New Guinea.

MORE DE­TAILS: For more in­for­ma­tion and book­ings see a li­censed travel agent, call 13 24 88 or visit

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