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Cruise Ships Archive

Sun Princess in port
Although 20 years old, the Sun Princess has been at the forefront of innovation until today. When launched, the vessel was the largest ship in the cruise industry, and outfitted with a range of features and amenities that have...
Dawn Princess
Dawn Princess, launched in 1997, underwent refurbishment in 2009 and is now permanently based in Australia. The passenger capacity of 1,998 makes Dawn Princess a medium sized cruise ship in comparison with some of the recently launched mega-ships. Cruise...
Pacific Eden
The P&O Australia expansion is entering an exciting phase. In November 2015, two new vessels, Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria, will be joining the fleet. All up, five P&O ships will soon call Australia home, assisting the industry to...
Meyer Werft Anthem of the Seas
The demand for bigger, better and more exciting cruise ships is continuing as cruise lines outdo each other with every new class of vessel launched. New mega-ships debut every year, and increased ship building competition is being felt from...
Sea Princess aerial
The Sea Princess was launched in 1998, and has travelled the world as a signature Princess cruise ship for most of the last 18 years. Refurbishments in 2009 and 2012 have spruced the ship up and delivered several new...
Queen Mary 2 aerial with Opera House
The Cunard Line represents cruise ship traditions and the maritime history of yesteryear, albeit in a modern context. The flagship Queen Mary 2 evokes the excitement of a Transatlantic voyage like no other, and maintains many of the cruise...
Ovation of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s latest cruise ship megaliner – currently under construction – will arrive on Australian shores in December 2016, in time for the summer cruise season. The Quantum Class vessel will be the largest and...
Rhapsody of the Seas
Rhapsody of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class ships. It’s a smaller vessel in a fleet that has become well known for spectacular entertainments and attractions. However, not all cruisers are wowed by the bells and...
Diamond Princess and Sydney Opera House
The Diamond Princess was launched in 2004 and underwent a $30 million refurbishment upgrade in 2013, resulting in a ship that looks sparkling brand new. Built in Japan, with many itineraries scheduled around Asia and Australasia, the vessel is...
Celebrity Solstice in Sydney
Launched in 2008 and refurbished in 2013, the Celebrity Solstice has created waves in the cruise ship industry. Solstice is the largest Celebrity ship, hosting more than 2,800 passengers at full capacity, and everything about the vessel is modern...