Princess Cruises is pursuing the dramatic arts through a new partnership that will see Diamond Princess host the inaugural Travelling Film Festival.
Held in conjunction with the 62nd Sydney Film Festival, the festival will see passengers enjoy a selection of New Zealand produced films while crossing the Tasman during a 12-night roundtrip from Sydney to New Zealand.
It is Australia’s longest-running travelling film festival and provides audiences in regional areas with the opportunity to see world-class Australian and international films that they may not otherwise have had access to on the big screen.
“Sydney Film Festival and Princess Cruises both provide guests with memorable escapes and meaningful experiences, be they cultural, personal or intellectual.”
Stuart Allison, Princess Cruises Vice President Australia & New Zealand
“We are excited we can continue our partnership in 2016, by giving our passengers a truly unique Sydney Film Festival experience.”
Film buffs can experience the Travelling Film Festival on Diamond Princess’ 12-night round trip New Zealand cruise from Sydney on February 4 2016, which will visit Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington, Akaroa, Dunedin and Fjordland.
In addition to enjoying the flicks, Diamond Princess also offers a range of premium facilities following a recent $30 million refurbishment including the largest Japanese bath area at sea, as well as a sushi restaurant among its multiple dining options.
Other ship features include its beautiful Lotus Spa, the popular Movies Under the Stars poolside theatre and The Sanctuary, an exclusive top-deck retreat.
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