Popular Cruise Ships

There are many fantastic cruise ships operating out of Australia, however the most popular ships are renowned for their size, speed, outstanding service and excellent onboard facilities. Cruise with some of the biggest names in the industry including P&O and Carnival and visit exotic destinations all over the world. With everything from waterslides and rock climbing walls to ocean view staterooms, the most popular cruise ships have it all.

Carnival - Carnival Spirit

Carnival Spirit

Carnival Spirit is known as the ‘fun’ ship and boasts the world’s steepest at sea waterslide. The newest and largest ship to call Australia home, Carnival Spirit features a huge range of ocean view staterooms.

Carnival - Carnival Legend

Carnival Legend

Themed around historical legends through the ages, Carnival Legend really lives up to its name. The first Carnival ship to feature an onboard wedding chapel, Legend offers a legendary range of onboard facilities.

Princess Cruises - Sea Princess

Sea Princess

Offering all the refined style of a resort with the novelty of a seaward journey, the Sea Princess is a floating oasis featuring swanky bars, symposiums, excellent shopping, an adult’s only escape and more.

Royal Caribbean - Voyager of the Seas

Voyager of the Seas

The fifth-largest passenger ship in the world, Voyager of the Seas is an incredibly unique ship which features everything from an indoor mall and rock climbing wall to a mini-golf course and ice skating rink.

P&O - Pacific Dawn

Pacific Dawn

Australia’s first super liner, the Pacific Dawn signalled the dawn of a new age of cruising. One Australia's most spacious ships, Pacific Dawn features an outstanding range of onboard facilities over 11 decks.

Ovation of the Seas - North Star

Ovation of the Seas

Taking cruising to new heights, Ovation of the Seas is a ground breaking ship offering an unprecedented at sea skydiving experience, incredible observation capsule and celebrity chef dining.