RCI-Royal Caribbean International announces its 2023-2024 Australia season based on 3 liners
Ovation OTS and Quantum OTS, among the world's most technologically advanced cruise ships, return to Australia to sail out of homeports Brisbane QLD and Sydney NSW. The season also features the debut of Enchantment OTS, with homeporting in Sydney.
Royal Caribbean’s line-up is now open and available on the line’s website, and guests can celebrate with half-price deposits if they book through to April 5.
Explorers of all ages can experience the spectacular beauty of the region on varying itineraries that range from 2-night trips to 19-night journeys. Passengers can visit multiple destinations of a total of 38 gems of the Southern Hemisphere, including locales along the coasts of Australia, the Land of the Long White Cloud, and the beaches of the South Pacific.
2023-2024 itinerary highlights include:
- Quantum of the Seas (from Brisbane) is returning after her first summer season sailing from the port of Brisbane in 2022. Vacationers can choose from 3- to 13-night sailings to Queensland’s coast, including destinations like Airlie Beach and Cairns, or discover the South Pacific by visiting Port Vila (Vanuatu) and Noumea (New Caledonia).
- Ovation of the Seas (from Sydney) is setting sail on her 5th season in the region. Vacationers can choose from a mix of 20 voyages, including 9- to 11-night cruises that visit destinations along New Zealand’s coastline like Bay of Islands, Milford Sound, and Wellington. Guests can choose from a series of 3- to 9-night voyages around Australia to visit Adelaide, Eden, and Hobart, as well as journeys to the South Pacific islands.
- Enchantment of the Seas (from Sydney) is calling at new destinations for Royal Caribbean: Gladstone and Kangaroo Island. Vacationers can experience the South Pacific on 8- to 11-night cruises and visit Isle of Pines, Mare Island, and Noumea (New Caledonia), Lifou (Loyalty Islands, and Port Vila (Vanuatu). A series of special voyages are also offered, including an 11-night South Pacific & Fiji Christmas trip, and longer 16- and 18-night sailings along Australia’s Top End/West Coast, like Darwin, Exmouth, Fremantle. Passengers can combine the two itineraries back-to-back and enjoy a 34-night Australia & New Zealand adventure.