Ns fo r 2016/17

Travel Bulletin - - CRUISE REPORT -

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

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