expired 11 Nights Exploring Pacific Islands on Carnival Spirit, from $1080 Per Passenger (Save up to 35%) @ CruiseSaleFinder

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Cruise under $100 p.night

Sailing Dates

Departs: Wed, Mar 27, 2019

Arrives: Sun, Apr 7, 2019

Ports of Call

Sydney | Noumea | Mystery Island | Santo - Vanuatu | Port Vila | Mare | Sydney

Package includes

  • All main meals plus 24hr pizza and ice-cream available
  • Accommodation with ensuite
  • Clubs and lounges
  • Pools, whirlpools and spas.
  • Carnival WaterWorks and waterslides
  • Mini golf and Sports Court
  • Full schedule of shipboard activities
  • Award-winning youth programs for ages 2 - 17 years
  • Fitness Centre
  • Spectacular stage shows and lots of live entertainment.

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closed Comments

  • -3 votes

    "Package includes All main meals plus 24hr pIZZA"

    so, what are non main meals and how much? how about alcohols?

    • +1 vote

      I don't think you will be hungry. But there are high end restaurants that cost extra. Also Alcohol is usually extra.

    • +2 votes

      The usual breakfast, lunch, dinner at buffet or fancy dining room, plus burger joint,deli, mexican joint, bbq,sea day brunch etc. all free. You can pay extra for higher end but I've never done that. See link for details of what is free and what isn't.

      https://www.carnival.com.au/cruise-food

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    So the ~$1080 seems to only be available for a quad share departing in Jan 2020.

    The cheapest for the dates listed here (March 2019) seems to be for 4 people at $1,316.21 pp.

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    When coming in from interstate, do people generally fly in an stay somewhere the night before? Or do you just fly in on the morning and fly back once back?

    • +1 vote

      Depends what time you can get a flight in and out. They depart at 5ish, so if you can get in around midday you would be fine

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        Cheers for that info.

        Also do people tend to avoid school holidays or is it pretty constant all year around?

        • +1 vote

          I went outside of school holidays and there were still plenty of children on board. They have a kids program, so they are well catered for if parents take it up. Didn't find it a problem having children about, and there is an adults area with a small pool and jacuzzi so you can have a splash without kiddies around. The longer and more expensive the cruise the less children are on board. I was on a 14 day cruise to New Zealand with Princess that only had one child!

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            @sibbu: Awesome! I have a 5 year old so was wondering if there was a good balance of kids to play with but also not having kids run amok everywhere I step 😂

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      we drove from Melb the day before and airBNB over night, worth it!
      no rushing and had time for breakfast and lunch.
      BOARD LATE! no lines no rushing!

  • +1 vote

    any deal for perth?

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    Do i need a VISA to visit these places at the Port? As my friends are visiting AUS & i am planning to take them on this cruise but they all have overseas passport.

    So, what if they don't leave the boat at all do they still need visa to board this cruise.

  • -2 votes

    The visa's for the cruise are sorted by the cruise line and covered with your ticket.

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      Are you sure about that?

      Carnival's website basically says it is your own responsibility to have any required visas.

      Certain ports of call will require a VISA which must be obtained prior to your cruise and will be checked at embarkation. All guests must check with their travel agent or the appropriate government authority to determine the necessary documents.

      I am pretty sure Australians don't require any visas for this particular cruise, however it is pretty brave to speak for other nationals of unknown origins.

      • +1 vote

        Whether your friends require a visa for travel to New Caledonia or Vanuatu depends on what nationality they are. As you might expect, some do and some don't.
        A google search should tell you. Or you can search through:

        http://cms.olympicair.com/timatic/webdocsI/countryinfo.html

        ie country (New Caledonia or Vanuatu)
        section: visa
        subsection: visa exemptions

        That's just for a preliminary search. As visa exemptions can change, they would need to check direct with the country's embassy.

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        Unless its changed of late, had friends from the US and France not need them other than there Australian VISA when they came on cruise out of Sydney.Was a few years ago. Not brave as when you book you are told exactly by travel agent:).

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    sydney as normal..

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    would love some Melbourne departure cruises please