Even more from Cruise Passenger
Welcome to our Autumn edition. As the cruise industry celebrates the end of another successful Australian wave season, Cruise Passenger has been busy creating new products to help you choose from the truly astonishing range of cruise styles and destinations.
Our new digital cruise guide – thecruiseguide.com.au – has been designed to give you as much information as possible so you can compare what’s on offer. It’s for new-to-cruise and seasoned travellers. Take a look and let us know what you think.
And we’ve answered the call for a site and newsletter covering the burgeoning river cruise market, which has seen enormous innovations. River ships can now be found in Africa and India, as well as upgraded vessels in China, Asia and South America. Firm favourite Europe has seen new lines, including U by Uniworld, aimed at millennials – the freshest take on this style of journey in many years.
Go to our new site, rivercruisepassenger.com.au and sign up for our newsletter. You’ll be surprised!
You can read about rivers’ new products in our special report starting on page 47.
We also look at the great range of destinations that are just coming out of winter. With low airfares and a strong dollar, it’s a good time to consider the Med, Caribbean or Asia. Our round-up will ensure you can carry on cruising whatever the weather at home – see page 24.
At the end of the year, we’ll see an amazing array of new ships in Australia. Our luxury ßeet is swelling, with Regent Seven Seas, Viking, Ponant, Oceania, Azamara and more sailing our waters for longer. Majestic Princess will be the star of the Sydney season, while Norwegian Jewel’s facelift will make her second season even more popular.