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Sun Princess New Zealand Cruise

13 nights departing Sydney November 26, 2017 on
Princess' Sun Princess


Brochure Inside $1,309
Our Inside $1099
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Brochure Oceanview $1,709
Our Oceanview $1199
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Brochure Balcony $2,449
Our Balcony $1799
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Brochure Suite $3,409
Our Suite $2799
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Important Note: Visas are required for this itinerary.
Prices are in US dollars, per person, based on double occupancy. Prices are subject to change without notice by cruise lines until a deposit has been made, and must be reconfirmed at time of booking. Prices include port charges but do not include airfare or (where applicable) airport or government taxes or fees. Prices and promotions are for new bookings only, in accordance with cruise line policies. Click any price to convert to other currencies.
Date Port Arrive Depart
Sunday, November 26 Sydney, Australia   4:00pm

Monday, November 27 At Sea    

Tuesday, November 28 At Sea    

Wednesday, November 29 Fiordland National Park, New Zealand (Cruising)    

Thursday, November 30 Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand 8:00am 6:00pm

Friday, December 1 Akaroa, New Zealand 8:00am 6:00pm

Saturday, December 2 Wellington, New Zealand 8:00am 6:00pm

Sunday, December 3 Napier, New Zealand 7:00am 4:00pm

Monday, December 4 Tauranga, New Zealand 9:30am 8:30pm

Tuesday, December 5 Auckland, New Zealand 7:00am 10:00pm

Wednesday, December 6 Bay of Islands, New Zealand 7:00am 4:00pm

Thursday, December 7 At Sea    

Friday, December 8 At Sea    

Saturday, December 9 Sydney, Australia 7:00am

Additional sailing dates with the same itenerary:

Dec 9   

Jan 4, 17   

Feb 19   

Mar 4, 17, 30  

Other Cruises from Australia:

Noordam New Zealand Cruise

Ovation New Zealand Cruise

Additional Sun Princess cruises with a different itinerary:


Ports of Call

Sydney, Australia


http://www.fandctravel.com/new-zealand-cruise/ Sydney, Australia

CLICK HERE for things to do and see in Sydney


Sydney is Australia's showcase city, and its grand harbor never fails to impress arriving cruise ship passengers. Its most famous attractions are the landmark Opera House and Harbor Bridge. Bondi Beach is a surfer's heaven, and Watson's Bay offers terrific views of Sydney's skyline. View kangaroos, emus and, of course, koalas at Koala Park, or take a stroll through The Rocks, Sydney's oldest neighborhood. 

Language: English     Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)

Driving Directions and Port Information

White Bay Cruise Terminal (Azamara, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Crystal, Fred. Olsen, Holland America, Oceania, Princess, Seabourn, Silversea) 
Access via James Craig Road, Robert St, Balmain 
NSW 2041, Australia

The White Bay Cruise Terminal is approximately 11 miles from Sydney's Kingsford International Airport. Travel time between the airport and the pier is approximately 35 minutes.

From Sydney Airport -Head north on Airport Drive, and follow directions toward Keith Smith Ave. Turn slight left onto Keith Smith Ave and then continue on to Shiers Ave. Take a slight left onto Sir Reginald Ansett Drive, a right onto Joyce Drive, slight tight onto General Homes Drive, and then a left onto Mill Pond Rd. Continue straight to stay on Mill Pond Rd and then merge onto Cross Drive/Metroad 1 via the ramp to City/Randwick. Exit towards Kings Cross and turn left onto Cross City Tunnel. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Metroad 4/Anzac Bridge/Western Suburbs and merge onto Western Distributor Freeway/Metroad 4. Continue onto Victoria Rd/A40 (signs for Drummoyne/Ryde/Victoria Road/State Route 40) and turn right on Robert Street, followed by another right to stay on Robert Street.

Some sailings will depart from the Overseas Passenger Terminal. The Overseas Passenger Terminal is approximately 11 miles from Sydney's Kingsford International Airport. Travel time between the airport and the pier is approximately 35 minutes.

Overseas Passenger Terminal (Azamara, Carnival, Celebrity, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Cunard, Holland America, MSC, Oceania, P&O, Princess, Royal Caribbean)
West Circular Quay
The Rocks, Sydney

From Sydney Airport – Exit the airport, Head south on Departure Dr. Continue on Cooks River Ave. Turn left to stay on Cooks River Ave. Continue on Marsh St. Turn left to merge onto S Western Motorway. Merge onto General Holmes Dr. Slight left at Eastern Distributor. Continue on Cahill Expy (Partial toll road). Exit onto Bent St. Turn right at Loftus St. Turn left at Alfred St. Turn right at George St. Continue on Oslo Plads. Slight right at Hickson Rd.


Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

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Fiordland is the largest national park in New Zealand and arguably the most spectacular. For over thousands of years glaciers have cut into the mountainous area, and the sea has flooded in and filled up the cracks to make a stunning landscape. One of the most popular activities is tramping, and the Milford Track is world-famous for it. Although it demands at least a five-day excursion, there are other shorter walks that allow you to enjoy Fiordland’s dramatic beauty. Te Anua, the commercial center of Fiordland, offers accommodations such as restaurants and shopping. 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)

Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand
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This city lies at the head of a fjord-like inlet and is surrounded by seven hills. It is said to be the most perfectly preserved Victorian city anywhere. Dunedin's Scottish heritage is everywhere, from a statue of Robert Burns in the Octagon -- the eight-sided heart of the central city -- to the country's only whiskey distillery. In addition, a jewel in the city’s architectural crown is the first Church of Otago. The imposing railway station is worth visiting if only for its locomotives reproduced in stained glass. 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)


Akaroa, New Zealand

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Akaroa has a unique place in New Zealand's history as the only French settlement in the country. The lovely bayside town has many streets with French names, and some descendants of the original French families still live there. It is the site of the nation's first Catholic Church and the first vineyard in the country. 

Language: English, Maori     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)


Wellington, New Zealand

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Located at the southwestern tip of North Island, New Zealand’s capital city derives its character and charm from the wooded hills that curve like a green amphitheater around Wellington’s harbor. Despite its steep hills, much of the city can be explored on foot, with stairways and walking paths climbing Wellington’s slopes. Bright red cable cars operate between Lambton Quay and Kelburn, offering magnificent views from the top. New Zealand’s versatile capital provides attractions ranging from historic manuscripts to an assortment of native plants and flowers and a collection of unusual instruments -- in short, something for everyone. 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)


Napier, New Zealand

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The area is blessed with a Californian-Mediterranean climate, boasting one of the highest sunshine averages in the country. The area also is dotted with colorful vineyards and orchards, with some of the most fertile farmland you will see. Napier is called the newest city in the world, offering a marvelous, world-renowned collection of art deco buildings. Within the region are more than 20 of New Zealand's finest vineyards, many of which are open to the public. Among the attractions in the area are the Gannet Colony at Cape Kidnappers, the Hawke's Bay Aquarium, the Spanish Mission and art deco architecture, gardens and bush walks. 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)

Tauranga, New Zealand
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Tauranga is the principal city of the Bay of Plenty, noted for its good climate and fine beaches. The Mount Maunganui town center is within walking distance from the port. Tauranga also plays an important role as gateway to Rotorua, known as one of New Zealand’s most famous tourist attractions. 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)


Auckland, New Zealand

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New Zealand’s largest city -- and the world’s largest Polynesian city -- sprawls across an isthmus positioned between two harbors. The “City of Sails” boasts more boats per capita than any other city. Queen Street is the major shopping area, while Victoria Park Market offers food and crafts in a re-created European-style village, and the Parnell area has art galleries and antique shops in restored Victorian buildings. Some excursions introduce cruise passengers to Maori culture, while others head to sheep and cattle farms for a glimpse of New Zealand’s rural life. Kelly Tarlton’s Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World offers a look at the marine and birdlife of Antarctica. Beachgoers will want to head to Takapuna, four miles north of the city. 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)


Bay of Islands, New Zealand

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Named the Bay of Islands by the explorer James Cook in the late 18th century, this string of 144 islands and cloistered bays is perfect for those with an interest in the maritime. Bay of Islands offers the perfect combination of exotic and rare marine life with exclusive glimpses into the indigenous Maori culture. Yachting, fishing, swimming with dolphins, scuba diving, kayaking, biking, and golf are just a few of the many things to do here. (also called Bay of Isles) 

Language: English     Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)



Sun Princess

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Sun Princess has always been a cruise ship industry pioneer. When she was christened, she set the bar for offering a high percentage of balcony staterooms from which to view the exotic destinations of the world. Today, Sun Princess is based in Australia year-round, sailing mainly from Sydney and Fremantle, and has been recently updated to include the most popular onboard venues, including The Sanctuary®, a serene haven just for adults, and the inviting Movies Under the Stars®.



 Ship Statistics 
Year Built 1995
Refurbished 2013
Tonnage 77,000 tons
Registry Great Britain
Length 856 feet
Beam 106 feet
Passenger Capacity 1,998
Crew Size 900
Total Inside Cabins 372
Total Outside Cabins 603
Cabins & Suites w/ verandas 410
Suites 38
Maximum Occupancy per room 4
Age Restrictions One person must be 21 or older
Dinner Seatings 2
Seating Assignments 
in Main Dining Room
Dining Hours 5:30 p.m. & 7:45 p.m.
Dining Room Dress Code Dining
Tipping Recommended? Yes
Tipping Guidelines $13.95 per guest, per day for suites and mini suites, and $12.95 per guest, per day for all other staterooms automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). 15% tip included on beverage orders.
Onboard Currency US Dollar
Onboard Currency Notes On Australia cruises, the Australia Dollar is the onboard currency.
Services & Amenities
Bars/Lounges 7
Beauty Salon/Barber Shop Yes
Casino Yes
Chapel No
Disco/Dancing Yes
Elevators 9
Hot Tub 5
Cell Phone Service Yes
Internet Center Yes
Wireless Internet Access Yes
Note: Available in certain areas
Laundromats (self service) Yes
Laundry/Dry Cleaning Yes
Library Yes
Movie Theatre Yes
Outdoor Movie Screen Yes
Onboard Weddings No
Shops Yes
Showroom Yes
Spa Yes
Video Arcade No
Fitness & Sports Facilities
Basketball Court Yes
Fitness Center Yes
Golf Driving Net No
Golf Simulator No
Ice Skating Rink No
Jogging Track No
Mini-Golf Course No
Rock Climbing Wall No
Swimming Pool 4
Note: 1 Heated
Tennis Court Yes
Water Slide No
Water Sports Platform No
Cabin Features & Amenities
24-Hour Room Service Yes
Hair Dryer Yes
Safe Yes
Telephone Yes
Television Yes
Kids Facilities
Babysitting Yes
Children's Playroom Yes
Kiddie Pool Yes
Supervised Youth Program Yes
Teen Center Yes
Special Needs & Requests
Adjoining Cabins
     (private connecting doors)
Kosher Meals Yes
Single Occupancy Cabins No
Single Share Program No
Wheelchair-Accessible Cabins 19

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