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17 hours ago, MicCanberra said:

Celebrity Solstice, Sky suite for $1899 , 9 night South pacific cruise 5th December 2020.

i ve searched  most online  OZ agents,cannot find the 5 dec avaliabilty

 

i could get used to a sky suite for that price,any more clues as to agent miccanberra.

 

im just off a  ruby princess mini suite  cruise today-affordable luxury ...

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Celebrity Solstice 

Around New Zealand

13 nights ex Sydney

25th January 2020

$1,369pp

 

Thats a very good price and just at the end of the brats (oh I mean kids) school holidays.

 

i am on the ovation from feb 22 or I’d book that

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26 minutes ago, sheridan318 said:

The sky suite is still available 1999 so its gone up a hindred I would love to ask Laura why ☺

There still may be some available. We would have jumped on it, was very tempted as it is the Solstice, but would rather put the money towards  a trip and go to one of our bucket list places overseas instead of the South Pacific again.

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HOT DEAL - HAWAII TO SYDNEY CRUISE PACKAGE 🛳 20 Nights - 26 September 2020- Celebrity Solstice
Package Inclusions:
> One-way flight Sydney to Honolulu
> 2 night pre-cruise stay in Honolulu
> 18 night cruise from Honolulu to Sydney aboard Celebrity Solstice. Cruise highlights include Maui, Bora Bora, Papeete, Auckland & Bay of Islands
> All meals and entertainment
> Gratuities on board the ship
> All port fees and taxes
EX SYDNEY
Inside from $2899 per person
Balcony from $3969 per person
EX BRISBANE
Inside from $3299 per person
Balcony from $4369 per person
EX MELBOURNE
19 nights - Departs 27SEP20
Inside from $3009 per person
Balcony from $4089 per person
EX PERTH
19 nights - Departs 27SEP20
Inside from $3529 per person
Balcony from $4609 per person

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15 minutes ago, MMDown Under said:

Thank you.  That could be a factor for big spending passengers with our weak Aussie dollar.  

Tell me about it! We have a land based USA trip next year. We’ve saved hard for a few years and our money isn’t going to go as far as I thought. 

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3 minutes ago, Sparky74 said:

Tell me about it! We have a land based USA trip next year. We’ve saved hard for a few years and our money isn’t going to go as far as I thought. 

Yes, it is not a good time to be travelling in the US for Aussies.  However, if you live like a local, you can make your money stretch.

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12 minutes ago, Sparky74 said:

Tell me about it! We have a land based USA trip next year. We’ve saved hard for a few years and our money isn’t going to go as far as I thought. 

The good news is that things in the US are cheap (compared to Australia), the bad news is the currency conversion erodes any of those savings you may have been banking on.

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3 minutes ago, MMDown Under said:

Yes, it is not a good time to be travelling in the US for Aussies.  However, if you live like a local, you can make your money stretch.

We were there in 2001 and our $AUD dropped to $0.47. That was a big ouch.

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I just finished the Transatlantic on Holland America Rotterdam and it was $2100aud (ex grats) for an inside cabin for 18nights which was great value. The cruise was superb with Madeira and Teneriffe the highlights.

 

I would really suggest this type of cruise as a good option. The cruise departed from Rome and we are now in Orlando visiting Disney.

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7 hours ago, GCHAN said:

I just finished the Transatlantic on Holland America Rotterdam and it was $2100aud (ex grats) for an inside cabin for 18nights which was great value. The cruise was superb with Madeira and Teneriffe the highlights.

 

I would really suggest this type of cruise as a good option. The cruise departed from Rome and we are now in Orlando visiting Disney.

Good stuff, have fun.

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