Carnival Cruise Line has confirmed its commitment to Queensland with its new sailing program from Brisbane, launched through until March 2023.
Are you missing the fun, food and frolics of cruising? Are you craving the feeling of the wind through your hair as you stand on the sun deck, gazing out to Sea?
You might not be able to cruise right now, but you can plan and book your next ocean adventures.
Carnival Cruise Line has launched its latest round of sailings from Brisbane featuring almost 50 cruises on offer from June 2022 thru March 2023.
Upon her arrival into the new cruise terminal on the Brisbane River, Carnival Spirit will be the newest and largest ship homeported year-round from Queensland.
She will offer a wide variety of itineraries featuring some of Sunshine state’s best destinations such as Airlie Beach, Cairns and Port Douglas in Tropical North Queensland as well as farther-flung destinations in the South Pacific and Papua New Guinea.
Carnival Cruise Line Vice President Australia, Jennifer Vandekreeke, said “As our newest home port worldwide, Brisbane will serve as the gateway to fun for our guests to visit stunning tropical destinations close to home and farther afield.”
“Carnival Spirit’s first two seasons of sailings from Brisbane have been so well received, we couldn’t wait to open up more sailings from the Sunshine State.”
The new program
Can you feel the excitement building?
Check out the new program highlights on the Carnival Spirit:
- Seven nights to the South Pacific – from $779 per person, interior twin – based on 12 Feb 2023
- 11 nights to Fiji, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia – from $1,164 per person, interior twin- based on 19 Feb 2023
- Four nights to Airlie Beach – from $493 per person, interior twin – based on 19 Mar 2023
- Three nights sampler – from $374 per person, interior twin – based on 2 Feb 2023
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