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This cruise season a number of cruise lines will add new ports of call to quench their travellers’ thirst for new product. Travelbulletin dives into the new ports for four cruise lines.
will be the first for the luxury cruise line to stop by Mooloolaba on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and Victoria’s Phillip Island on separate itineraries in 2017. Mooloolaba is a fast growing cruise destination. Seabourn’s maiden call to Mooloolaba on 31 January is part of the 16-day Great Barrier Reef & Queensland coast itinerary, sailing from Bali to Sydney. Prices lead in at $13,499pp on a Veranda Suite. Cunard’s 2017 European Program includes four new ports for the fleet: Souda Bay (for tours to Chania) in Greece; Sibenik in Croatia; Brindisi in Italy and Praia da Vitoria in Portugal. Aussies can visit the new ports on Queen Victoria’s Mediterranean itineraries, departing from Rome, Venice, Athens or Barcelona between July and November and ranging from seven to 21 nights.
Stop by Italy’s “Gateway to the East”, Brindisi, on the 14-night Rome, Croatia and Trieste. Balcony Staterooms lead in at $2,999pp.
Praia da Vitoria