CMV Vasco da Gama

CMV Vasco da Gama Review and Specifications

Specifications of CMV Vasco da Gama

Year built1993  /  Age : 25
Flag state Netherlands
BuilderFincantieri (Monfalcone, Italy)
ClassStatendam
Building costUSD 220 million
OwnerGlobal Maritime Group Inc
OperatorCMV (Cruise and Maritime Voyages) via Transocean Tours
Speed22 kn / 41 kph / 25 mph
Length (LOA)219 m / 719 ft
Beam (width)30 m / 98 ft
Gross Tonnage55819 gt
Passengers1260 - 1512
Crew588
Passengers-to-space ratio37
Decks13
Cabins630
Decks with cabins5
Last Refurbishment2017-2019
Sister-shipsMS Maasdam, MS Ryndam (P&O Pacific Aria), MS Veendam
Former namesMS Statendam, Pacific Eden (P&O)
Christened byKate Ritchie

Current itinerary of CMV Vasco da Gama

CMV Vasco da Gama current cruise is 3 days, round-trip Comedy, themed as "Comedy". Prices start from USD 691 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 14 Dec, 2018 and ends on 17 Dec, 2018.

Date / TimePort
14 Dec 16:00      Departing from Sydney, NSW Australia   
17 Dec 07:00      Arriving in Sydney, NSW Australia   

Review of CMV Vasco da Gama

Vasco da Gama cruise ship was launched in 1993 (as "MS Statendam" for Holland America) and operated as "Pacific Eden" (by P&O Australia) in the period 2015-2019. Vessel's sisterships are Pacific Aria (former MS Ryndam) and Pacific Explorer (former Dawn Princess).

History - construction and ownership

On March 7, 2018, the UK company Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) announced the purchase of MS Pacific Eden from P&O Australia. The ship (renamed "Vasco da Gama") starts operations for CMV via the subsidiary Transocean Tours (maiden voyage on April 23, 2019). The official christening ceremony will be held in Bremerhaven (Germany).

CMV Vasco da Gama cruise ship (Pacific Eden)

The vessel joins CMV as fleet's largest. The name "MS Vasco da Gama" was announced on March 21, 2018. Among the proposed ship names were Amerigo Vespucci, Vasco da Gama, Pytheas, Henry Hudson. The short drydock refurbishment in Singapore (April 2019) will include mainly livery change and rebranding. Then the ship will be repositioned through Suez Canal for an Inaugural cruise season in Northern Europe (May-October).

The newest CMV ship will target mainly the German and Australasian markets. During summer (May through October), the cruise ship is operated by "TransOcean Kreuzfahrten" (CMV’s German brand) and homeported in Bremerhaven and Kiel. During winter (December through March) the ship is operated by CMV and deployed in Australia (homeported in Fremantle-Perth and Adelaide), with repositioning cruises via Suez Canal between Europe and Australia.

Cruise itinerary program

CMV Vasco da Gama cruise itinerary program starts with the "inaugural cruise" from Singapore to Amsterdam Holland (April 23, 2019). The 46-day repositioning (via Suez Canal) visits ports in Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, Oman, Egypt, Israel, Greece, Italy, Spain, Gibraltar, Morocco, Portugal. The repositioning cruise is also offered as 45-day itinerary to Tilbury-London UK.

From Amsterdam and London, the new ship offers World Cruise (through Panama Canal) to ports in Caribbean, Mexico, French Polynesia, Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia.

On October 9, 2019, from London-Tilbury starts the 53-day southbound repositioning cruise to Sydney NSW (arriving December 1). In Australia, the liner will be homeported in Adelaide, Fremantle, Sydney, and Auckland NZ. From Singapore is offered the 14-day “Treasures of Southeast Asia” cruise (to Borneo, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam), that can be combined into B2B (“Tropical Escape”) - 26-day out of Fremantle.

The 71-day World Cruise from Fremantle to London-Tilbury departs on February 12, 2020.

In Europe, CMV Vasco da Gama is operated by company's German brand "Transocean Kreuzfahrten" and homeported in Kiel and Bremerhaven.

Cabins

CMV Vasco da Gama has a total of 630 well-appointed and spacious passenger cabins in 21 categories graded according to deck position and size. Stateroom sizes range from 176ft2 (16m2) for a standard Inside up to 1095ft2 (102m2) for a Royal Penthouse Suite, with an average size of 202ft2 (19m2).

There are 120 Superior and Premium balcony rooms as well as 29 Deluxe balcony suites including a Royal Penthouse Suite. The majority of twin bedded staterooms convert to double bed cabins. A limited number feature inter-connecting doors, suitable for family groups. 

All Vasco da Gama staterooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a TV, radio, telephone, personal safe and hairdryer.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

Vasco da Gama has three main Waterfront Restaurants onboard, including Waterfront Eurasia, Waterfront Mediterranean and Waterfront Restaurant where, unlike line's other ships, dining is flexible without fixed sittings. Passengers are free to dine where and when they want to. All meals are included in the cruise fare - breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, 5-course dinner, even late night snacks. Evening meals start with an appetiser followed by delicious soup - with lots of options to choose from. There are also two speciality restaurants, Chef’s Table and The Grill. Another option is the more relaxed buffet style Club Bistro.

CMV Vasco da Gama main courses range from seafood, rack of lamb, escalope of veal, beef medallions, chicken chasseur, Asian stir fries, Italian pastas, traditional roasts - all available for guests to savour. Vegetarian meals are available to tantalise taste buds, featured on every menu together with health-conscious dishes. Light salads to refresh are offered before you finish meals - fresh fruit, international cheese platter, or delicious desserts, including English trifle, apple strudel, blueberry cheese cake, Baked Alaska, Peach Melba, strawberry tart, creme caramel, or the famous among cruisers chocolate mousse. In all Vasco da Gama bars Australian draught beer is also offered. Fine European and Australian red and white wines collection is available to complement guests’ meal.

CMV Vasco da Gama cruise ship (Pacific Eden)

Follows the complete list of Vasco da Gama restaurants and food bars.

  • MDRs (Waterfront Eurasia, Waterfront Mediterranean and Waterfront Restaurant). The Waterfront Restaurant is the main dining room which operates with open-seating and a la carte menus (“Your Choice Dining”) for breakfast and lunch, and offers 4-course dinner menu. Part of Waterfront Restaurant is the Wine Room. It serves the CMV line’s “Chef’s Table” dinner package. 
  • The Grill
  • Club Bistro (buffet).

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

The 3-deck atrium is the focal point of CMV Vasco da Gama offering a Reception, Shore Excursions desk, shopping galleria, and photo gallery. Elsewhere onboard, guests will find a casino, cinema, Trumps & Aces bridge and card room, meeting room, library, arts and crafts area. There is also a Gelato’s ice cream bar and Cappuccino’s coffee shop.

At the 2-tiered show lounge Hollywood’s, guests may enjoy ‘big show’ entertainment from line's singers and dancers or one of the special guest acts. The Dome, with its panoramic seascapes, is a relaxing venue to watch the world sail by or chat with fellow passengers. At night, it turns into a disco. The Blue Room is the perfect venue to enjoy musical entertainment.

Vasco da Gama features extensive deck areas along with starboard and portside promenades. There are 2 swimming pools, of which the main top-deck pool boasts a retractable roof. Tennis and basketball courts are also available. The well-appointed wellness centre includes hairdressing, beauty and spa facilities, as well as a well-equipped gym.

CMV Vasco da Gama cruise ship (MS Statendam)

Onboard entertainment includes CMV Enrichment Programme of speakers, craft specialists and guest entertainers. On selected voyages, guests can enjoy guest comedians in ‘A Laugh on the Ocean Waves’. There is also a photographic expert ready to assist passengers in improving their skills. Evening entertainment consists of stylish productions, cabarets, classical interludes and guest acts. During days at sea, the entertainments team arranges activities like morning quizes or afternoon dance classes. 

CMV Vasco da Gama wiki

The cruise ship started its carrier under the name "MS Statendam". It was operated by Holland America Line (1993 to 2015), when was drydock refurbished and transfered to P&O Australia's fleet as "Pacific Eden" (homeported in Sydney NSW). Another newcomer for PandO was Pacific Explorer (former Dawn Princess) - joined the fleet in early 2017. By design, the vessel is identical with Pacific Aria (former ms Ryndam), and also to the Holland America Line ships Veendam and Maasdam.

Fun fact is, that this CMV ship has two namesakes - the CroisiEurope-owned riverboat ms Vasco de Gama and the CMA-CGM-owned boxship Vasco De Gama. The 2015-launched container vessel is 175,000 GT tons and can carry up to 18,000 TEUs (containers).

Next are listed ship's inaugural cruises for CMV.

46-day repositioning cruise from Asia to Europe (Singapore to Amsterdam). Fly-cruise deals were offered with cruise fare-inclusive flights from UK (London or Manchester) on April 22, 2019. CMV promo delas "buy one get one free" were initially priced from GBP 3500 pp (full fare GBP 7000) for 2 passengers sharing inside cabin.

23 AprDeparting from Singapore
26 Apr 07:00 - 17:00Pulau Penang Island, Georgetown, Malaysia
27 Apr 07:00 - 17:00Phuket, Phuket Island, Thailand
01 May 08:00 - 23:00Colombo, Sri Lanka
03 May 06:00 - 23:00Cochin, Kochi, India
05 May 07:00 - 15:00Mormugao, Goa, India
06 May 08:00 - 20:00Mumbai, Bombay, India
10 May 08:00 - 17:00Salalah, Oman
15 May 04:00 - 20:00Safaga, Egypt
16 May 09:00 - 21:00Aqaba, Jordan
18 May 04:00 - 17:00Suez Canal
19 May 05:00 - 20:00Ashdod, Jerusalem, Israel
21 May 07:00 - 13:00Santorini Island, Greece
21 May 18:00Mykonos Island, Greece
22 May 08:00 - 22:00Piraeus, Athens, Greece
24 May 08:00 - 18:00Valletta, Malta
25 May 08:00 - 18:00Messina, Sicily, Italy
26 May 08:00 - 19:00Naples, Italy
27 May 07:00 - 22:00Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy
29 May 08:00 - 23:00Barcelona, Spain
31 May 09:00 - 18:00Gibraltar, UK
01 Jun 07:00Casablanca, Morocco
03 Jun 08:00 - 14:00Lisbon, Portugal
06 Jun 09:00 - 07 Jun 16:00London Greenwich, England
08 Jun 09:00Arriving in Amsterdam, Holland

54-day repositioning cruise from Europe to Australia (Amsterdam to Sydney)

08 Oct 17:00Departing from Amsterdam, Holland
09 Oct 08:00 - 20:00London Greenwich, England
13 Oct 08:00Lisbon, Portugal
15 Oct 07:00 - 21:00Casablanca, Morocco
17 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Santa Cruz de la Palma, Canary Islands
20 Oct 08:00 - 18:00Mindelo, Sao Vicente Island, Cape Verde
25 Oct 20:00 - 26 Oct 17:00Bridgetown, Barbados
28 Oct 09:00 - 16:00Oranjestad, Aruba Island, Dutch Antilles
30 OctPanama Canal
02 Nov 08:00 - 18:00San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
05 Nov 08:00 - 22:00Acapulco, Mexico Riviera
13 Nov 08:00 - 18:00Nuku Hiva Island, Marquesas, French Polynesia
16 Nov 08:00 - 19:00Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia
17 Nov 08:00 - 18:00Bora Bora Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia
19 Nov 08:00 - 18:00Rarotonga Island, Cook Islands
23 Nov 08:00 - 23:00Nukualofa, Tongatapu, Tonga
27 Nov 07:00 - 22:00Auckland, New Zealand
01 Dec 07:00Arriving in Sydney, NSW Australia

As itinerary segments were offered 50-day Amsterdam to Auckland (Oct 8), 53-days London to Sydney (Oct 9) and 49-day London to Auckland (Oct 9).

P&O Pacific Eden ship

In May 2014, Carnival Corporation (parent company for P&O and Holland America) announced that the vessel will be transferred to P&O Australia in 2015. Pacific Eden started operations in 2015 November, after the renaming ceremony in Sydney NSW.

The christening ceremony was dual (also including the fleetmate Pacific Aria) and held at Fort Denison (Sydney Harbour) on November 25, 2015, with godmother Mrs Kate Ritchie (actress). Part of the dual naming celebrations were also the fleetmates Pacific Pearl (now CMV Columbus), Pacific Jewel and Pacific Dawn. On each of the five ships were held musical parties with live performances by Jessica Mauboy (on Aria), The Veronicas (on Eden), Samantha Jade (on Pearl), Justice Crew (on Jewel) and Stan Walker (on Dawn).

During the inaugural season, Pacific Eden was homeported in Australian ports, including Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle-Perth, Adelaide, Caims, Brisbane. The ship also operated Southeast Asia itineraries leaving roundtrip from Singapore to Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia.

For P&O, Pacific Eden ofeered regularly scheduled Cruises to Nowhere with specially themed Australian roundtrips without additional porst of call along the route. These short-breaks are usually themed "Food and Wine", "Music" (various styles/performers), "Comedy", "Sports". P&O Australia "cruises to nowhere" prices are also inclusive of all special activites and themed entertainment on the ship, including classes and workshops, lectures, presentations, guest performances, theme parties.

First cruise (Maiden Voyage) for P&O Australia was on November 15, 2015 - 10-day from Fremantle to Sydney, visiting Esperance, Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Melbourne. First Asian cruise (2016, May 2) was 12-day Fremantle roundtrip to Indonesia, visiting Komodo Island, Ujung Pandang, Lombok, Probolinggo, Bali.

Pacific Eden is world's second cruise ship to visit Fraser Island - after Pacific Aria. Island's location is along Queensland's southern coast- some 200 km / 120 ml north of Brisbane. This is a World Heritage-listed location and also the largest sand island in the world (length 120 km / 75 ml, width 24 km / 15 ml). The Eden's scheduled visit to Fraser Island Queensland is on December 12, 2016 (Sydney round-trip cruise itinerary). Among the special P&O Cruises shore excursion deals on Fraser Island is the Kingfisher Bay Resort, offering 4WD tours along the island's beaches and some 1500 km / 930 ml of tracks.

Pacific Eden was last refurbished in Singapore (August 2017). More than 100 experienced trade people took only 12 days to complete an elaborate scope of works aboard the ship, including: two Conference Rooms, Show Lounge (spanning 2 decks), Dome Bar, Kids Zone, Photo Gallery, Spa, Gym, Crew Bathrooms.

Pacific Eden had a total of 630 cabins (of which 28 Suites, 149 Balcony, 128 Inside rooms, 100 single cabins) in 23 grades. Most Pacific Eden staterooms (80%) are 195-sq.foot Oceanview rooms (353). Of all Pacific Eden cabins, nearly 25% had a private balcony. The largest aboard Pacific Aria were the Penthouse Suites (940 ft2).

Pacific Eden showcased P&O Australia fleet's biggest selection of dining options - 15 venues in total. The Pantry replaced the traditional Lido Buffet. It was an area of fresh-food stations including items like fish and chips and a delicatessen. The Dragon Lady served a range of Asian dishes, Angelo's was an elegant Italian venue. The Cinema doubled as Open Kitchen (cooking school). Other popular venues were Chef's Table (14-seat VIP dining room) and Salt Grill (specialty restaurant by Australian celebrity chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan). Follows the complete list of Pacific Eden restaurants and food bars.

  • Waterfront Restaurant (open-seating dining room) - each of the three dining rooms was operated with “Your Choice Dining” (a la carte menus) for breakfast and lunch, and 4-course dinner menu, with tables capacity up to 10 guests. The Waterfront was connected with the Asian and Italian themed dining rooms.
  • The Dragon Lady (Asian restaurant; ship’s second dining room)
  • The Angelo’s (Italian restaurant, ship's third dining room)
  • The Pantry (self-service buffet restaurant with an open-air terrace)
  • Salt Grill (reservations-only specialty restaurant via partnership with Luke Mangan)
  • Chef’s Table (VIP dining room in the Galley / ship's kitchen) private dining with included galley tour

The interior design changes that transformed Statendam into Pacific Eden were done by “Tillberg Design” (Sweden). New lounges included Salt Grill Bar (complementing the MIX cocktail bar), Cellar Door (wine tastings) and Dome Observatory (disco nightclub). For kids, innovative activity clubs included Turtle Cove (ages 3-6-yo), Shark Shack (ages 7-10-yo) and HQ for teens. The adults-only Oasis was a top-deck sundeck area. All ages enjoyed Lido Deck's swimming pool. On top-deck aft was the outdoor activity area P&OEdge. The called adventure park includes Rock Climbing Wall and Roupe Course (on the funnel), Zip-Line (across top deck), Bungee Trampoline, Flying Fox (rope jumping across pool deck).

Follows the complete list of Pacific Eden lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.

  • Atrium (3-decks central open-floor area and social hub)
  • The Marquee Theatre (2-decks) for large-scale shows, magic and comedy acts, daily bingo games, trivia quizzes
  • Cellar Door (boutique winery)
  • Ocean Bar
  • Blue Room (bar)
  • Monkey Bar
  • The Grill (Lido food bar), Pool Bar (beverages)
  • Cinema and Open Kitchen (indoor cinema with culinary school)
  • Tax and Duty Free Shops, PANDORA shop (jewelry)
  • The Dome (indoor observation lounge with floor-ceiling windows, large dance floor, full service bar), nightly transforms into disco nightclub
  • Casino (served by MIX Lounge, which doubles as sports bar)
  • Expressions Studio (Photo Gallery and Shop); The Library (Internet Cafe)
  • The Oasis (adults-only relaxation complex)
  • Aqua HealthSpaFitness (Wellness Centre with Day Spa, Thermal Suites, Fitness with separate room for classes, Hair and Beauty Salon)
  • Promenade (decks 6 and 7), 2 swimming pools (1 covered with sliding glass roof, 1 adults-only), 2 jacuzzis
  • Teens and Kids club lounges (with complimentary activities by P&O youth program) - “Turtle Cove”; “Shark Shack”; “HQ” lounge; “HQ+” teen lounge
  • P&OEdge Adventure Park (20 different outdoor activities, including climbing, jumping, racing, flying on ropes)
  • Jogging Track
  • Deck Games area (Giant Chess Set, Deck Quoits, Shufflleboard)
  • Sports Court (basketball, volleyball, tennis)
  • Table Tennis; Golf Nets

MS Statendam cruise ship

Follows the table with information regarding the previously named "MS Statendam" Holland America vessel.

  • Passenger decks: 10
  • Cabin grades number: 26
  • Total number of cabins: 630 (of which 149 Suites, no Balcony, 129 Inside, 32 Spa rooms)
  • Dining Rooms: Rotterdam
  • Restaurants and food bars: Lido (indoor buffet with outdoor Lido Terrace), Terrace Grill (fast-food), Pinnacle Grill (steakhouse, seafood, French /"Le Cirque" in the evening), Canaletto (Italian).
  • Lounges & Bars: Showroom at Sea (theater), Wajang (culinary arts, and cinema), Crow’s Nest (nightclub), MIX (Champagne, Spirits & Ales, Martini), Wine Tasting and Gourmet Shops, Explorer’s, Explorations Cafe, Neptune (suite guests), Ocean (Atrium bar), Casino, kids and teens lounges (Club HAL, The Loft, The Oasis), poolside bars.
  • Amenities: complimentary 24-Hour Room-Service, Supervised Kids Program ("Club Hal"), cruise ship weddings, Internet/WiFi Access, Laundry/Self-Serve Laundromats, Spa cabins (6 CQ - large oceanview, 2 IQ - Inside), Spa suites (8, BQ category).
  • Adults relaxation area (Sea View), Greenhouse Spa, Fitness, 2 jacuzzis, 2 pools, wraparound Promenade (Deck 6).
  • Holland America Statendam cruise ship is of the line's 1st S-class vessel.
  • The ship's Maiden Voyage was on January 16, 1993, godmother - Lin Arison. It has art-antiques collection of items from the 17-18-19th centuries (themed Dutch exploration). In its Atrium area, this HAL ship has a huge fountain (by G.Lebigre, Italy).
  • This is the 5th HAL ship with this name. Fun fact is that the 2nd Statendam ship never sailed for HAL (then NASM), but for the British - in the WWI, under the name SS Justicia.

MS Statendam itineraries

Holland America Statendam ship was transferred to P&O Australia, starting operations in November 2015. Before the transfer, the ship operated on the following itineraries (Alaskan cruises from Vancouver BC Canada):

  • 7-day round-trip from Vancouver - visiting Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay, Ketchikan
  • 7-day Vancouver to Seward - visiting Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay
  • 7-day Seward to Vancouver - visiting Glacier Bay, Haines, Juneau, Ketchikan
  • 3-day round-trip Vancouver - sailing along the US Pacific Coastal
  • 28-day back-to-back Panama Canal cruises, round-trip from San Diego CA

14-day one-way Panama Canal transits between San Diego and Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades, Florida) 28-day round-trip from San Diego to Hawaii (also visiting Kiribati and French Polynesia) Repositioning to and from Alaska - between San Diego and Vancouver, and back-to-back with Panama Canal transition.

Pacific Eden's tennis-themed cruise (roundtrip Sydney) departed on January 17, 2018 and included 2 full days in Melbourne to attend Australian Open. General admission tickets for 2 day sessions and a night session in Melbourne were included in the package, as well as direct transfers between the ship and Melbourne Park (throughout day and evening). No match was missed during the 2 seadays either, with all sessions screened live on a large screen on the ship. The 5-night "tennis cruise" package prices started from USD 900 per person (twin share cabin).

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The below listed CMV Vasco da Gama cruise prices on itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Cruise and Maritime Voyages fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.

DateCruise NameDeparture PortPrice from
2018 Nov 09 4 days, round-trip Moreton Island Sydney
2018 Nov 13 10 days, round-trip Discover Vanuatu Sydney
2018 Nov 23 3 days, round-trip Comedy Sydney$611
2018 Nov 26 9 days, round-trip Explore The Loyalty Islands Sydney$1534
2018 Dec 05 4 days, round-trip Moreton Island Sydney$744
2018 Dec 09 5 days, round-trip A Taste Of Tasmania Sydney$1081
2018 Dec 14 3 days, round-trip Comedy Sydney$691
2018 Dec 17 10 days, round-trip Christmas Sydney$1784
2018 Dec 27 3 days, round-trip Classic Sydney$811
2018 Dec 30 9 days, round-trip New Year's Eve Sydney$1959
2019 Jan 08 7 days, round-trip Southern Barrier Reef Discovery Sydney$1311
2019 Jan 15 4 days, round-trip Moreton Island Sydney$811
2019 Jan 19 5 days, round-trip Australian Open Tennis Sydney$1031
2019 Jan 24 3 days, round-trip Australia Day Sydney$781
2019 Jan 27 3 days, one-way from Sydney to Adelaide Sydney$441
2019 Jan 30 3 days, round-trip Kangaroo Island Adelaide$364
2019 Feb 02 3 days, round-trip Comedy Adelaide$382
2019 Feb 05 4 days, round-trip Southern Getaway Adelaide$441
2019 Feb 09 7 days, round-trip A Taste Of Tasmania Adelaide$916
2019 Feb 16 3 days, round-trip Comedy Adelaide$397
2019 Feb 19 4 days, round-trip Southern Getaway Adelaide$481
2019 Feb 23 3 days, round-trip Food & Wine Adelaide$381
2019 Feb 26 4 days, round-trip Melbourne Adelaide$441
2019 Mar 02 7 days, round-trip A Taste Of Tasmania Adelaide$941
2019 Mar 09 3 days, round-trip Food & Wine Adelaide$371
2019 Mar 12 4 days, round-trip Southern Getaway Adelaide$491
2019 Mar 16 18 days, one-way from Adelaide to Singapore Adelaide$2394
2019 Mar 16 5 days, one-way from Adelaide to Fremantle Adelaide$429
2019 Mar 21 13 days, one-way from Fremantle to Singapore Fremantle$1592
2019 Apr 23 46 days, one-way from Singapore to Amsterdam Singapore
2019 Apr 23 44 days, one-way from Singapore to London Greenwich Singapore
2019 Oct 08 54 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Sydney Amsterdam
2019 Oct 08 50 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Auckland Amsterdam
2019 Oct 09 53 days, one-way from London Greenwich to Sydney London Greenwich
2019 Oct 09 49 days, one-way from London Greenwich to Auckland London Greenwich