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Package Duration: 17 nights Fly, Cruise & Stay
Package Starts: 20th December 2021
Cruise Starts: 21st December 2021 from Auckland
Cruise Ends: 6th January 2022 into Melbourne
Package Ends: 6th January 2022
- Spend summer days in New Zealand`s fjordlands of breath-taking sounds and shimmering mountains
- Discover Wellington's delicious wine region
- Bring in the New Year right in Sydney - famed for one of the world`s best fireworks displays - with complimentary shipboard beverages to enjoy.
- Watch for whales in Eden, New South Wales
- Fly Free from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Adelaide (Perth guests just $250 more)
- Enjoy true ultra luxury cruising and exemplary service aboard the Crystal Symphony where a range of premium beverages are yours to enjoy absolutely free.
- Just for you - a US $200 per person onboard credit to spend during your cruise!
Prices in AUD per person from:
Twin Category E1 Deluxe Window (ltd view) - was $14,880 - our exclusive price $10,765*pp
Twin Category D Deluxe Window - was $15,685 - our exclusive price $11,620*pp
Twin Category B2 Deluxe Forward Verandah - was $18,135 - our exclusive price $15,055*pp
Twin Category A3 Deluxe Verandah - was $18,635 - our exclusive price $15,550*pp
Single Category E1 Deluxe Window (ltd view) - was $28,615 - our exclusive price $13,975*
FIREWORKS & FJORDS Fly, Cruise & Stay package includes:
- Melbourne guests: FREE one way transfer from your home or hotel (within 60km radius of Melbourne airport) to the airport on the 20th of December 2021
- FREE one way economy class airfare from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Adelaide to Auckland inc tax
- One way transfer from Auckland airport to hotel
- 1 nights accommodation in a 5-star hotel, Auckland
- One way transfer from Auckland hotel to port
- 16 night ultra-luxury Crystal Symphony cruise from Auckland to Melbourne including: Complimentary gratuities for all cruise dining, bar, housekeeping and butler staff | Complimentary select fine wines, champagne and premium spirits onboard cruise ship | Complimentary Wi-Fi and Internet access | All shipboard main meals plus one complimentary evening of specialty restaurant dining at least once per cruise | Complimentary enrichment via the innovative Creative Learning Institute and Computer University@Sea | Complimentary Fitness and Wellness at Sea programs | 24 hour room service onboard cruise | Port/govt charges
- BONUS US $200 per person onboard credit
- One way transfer from Melbourne port to airport (for Sydney, Brisbane or Adelaide guests)
- Melbourne guests: FREE one way transfer from Melbourne port to your home or hotel (within 60km radius of Melbourne airport)
- FREE one way economy class airfare from Melbourne to Sydney, Brisbane or Adelaide inc tax
16 Night Cruise sailing from Auckland to Melbourne aboard Crystal Symphony.
Between warm winter discoveries in the New Zealand’s sounds, Wellington’s wine region and the whale-watching mecca of Eden, spend two nights in Sydney and ring in the New Year beneath the fireworks in the city’s famed harbor.
Highlights of this cruise:
Welcome to Auckland, the "City of Sails." New Zealand's largest city is along the shores of an extinct volcanic cone known as Rangitoto, often visible to the east. Auckland's population of over one million people represents almost a third of the country's total.
New Zealand seems to have a bit of everything: great natural beauty, friendly people, magnificent glacier-studded mountain ranges, sculpted fjords, pristine untouched beaches, lush rainforest, an endless array of sporting activities, and, not to be forgotten, plenty of sheep and rolling farmland.
Auckland is the perfect city from which to experience most of what New Zealand has to offer. The city lies astride a narrow isthmus between the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean on two harbors, the Waitemata and Manukau. Auckland and New Zealand's geographic and cultural treasures beckon for your discovery.
An enthusiastic welcome awaits you at this thriving city by the sea.
Sprawling along the sweeping bay, Tauranga is a popular summer resort and one of the country's most important ports for the export of kiwi fruit, timber, and dairy products. It is also the gateway for Rotorua, the geothermal wonderland that is one of New Zealand's most famous attractions.
Wellington, New Zealand
Hugging the hillsides around Port Nicholson, a horseshoe-shaped bay that is one of the world's finest, Wellington reminds many visitors of San Francisco. In cultural offerings as well as landscape - Wellington boasts the National Art Gallery and the Dominion Museum, as well as the Government Building, one of the world's largest wodden structures.
Christchurch/Akaroa, New Zealand
On a breathtakingly scenic 90-minute drive from Christchurch, discover the charming village of Akaroa, the oldest colonial town in New Zealand’s South Island, and the country’s only French settlement. The Maori first settled here around 700-800 years ago, bestowing the name Akaroa, which means ‘long harbour’ in their native language. English explorers, including James Cook, arrived in the late 1700s, but it was the efforts of French whaling captain Jean Francois L’Anglois in the 1830s that led to the town’s distinctly French personality that still exists today. Nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano along the southern side of the Banks Peninsula, Akaroa’s beautiful bays and harbour are home to the rarest and smallest marine dolphin—the Hectors dolphin—as well as New Zealand Fur Seals, Little Blue Penguins, and many different birds and exotic plants. From kayaking, hiking, fishing, sailing, eco-tours and walking tours to art galleries, craft shops, and cafes, this welcoming town is remains a favorite among New Zealand destinations.
Dunedin, New Zealand
The charming city of Dunedin lies in southeastern New Zealand, less than ten miles from our pier in Port Chalmers. Its name means Edinburgh in Gaelic and to this day it has retained enduring reminders of its Scottish roots. Adorning the streets of Dunedin is a wealth of Victorian and Edwardian buildings, richly festooned with spires, gables and gargoyles. These architectural landmarks are imposing reminders of a more prosperous era. Surprisingly, the surrounding area is also home to prolific local wildlife, animals rarely found so close to a major city. The choice is yours: explore impressive city architecture, take a rail journey through unspoiled wilderness or venture out to view albatrosses and a country estate.
Cruising Milford Sound, New Zealand
Milford Sound is the undisputed jewel of Fiordland National Park. Thousands of years ago, relentless glacial ice forged its rugged grandeur. Sheer-faced granite walls soar skyward, white-plumed waterfalls tumble from lush valleys into glassy waters and Mitre Peak rears over 5,000 feet into the mist.
Due to its outstanding natural beauty and cultural significance, Milford Sound has been nominated a World Heritage Area.
Please note, no guests will be permitted ashore. However, the true grandeur of Milford Sound is best enjoyed from the water and the comfort of your Crystal Cruises' ship.
The billowing profile of the Opera House greets us on her return to Sydney's glorious, world-class harbor. Ahead lies the arch of the Harbour Bridge. These twin symbols, more than any other, identify one of the Southern Hemisphere's premier cities.
Sydney is an energetic and exciting metropolis whose nightlife, shopping and fine restaurants compare favorably with the finest the world has to offer. Despite its modern advances, Sydney has lovingly cherished its heritage, for this was the birthplace of the Australian nation.
Combine Sydney's boundless attractions with its superb harborside location, and you have that certain magic that few other cities can rival.
Eden is a southern coastal town in New South Wales, Australia. Sitting on rugged land with undulating cliffs bordering in the south and sandy beaches in the north, it is adjacent to the third deepest natural harbor in the southern hemisphere. Asling Beach ends where the entrance to Lake Curalo begins. Once a famed whaling town, today, whale-watching (and protection) has become the draw while forestry, fishery and cruise tourism contribute to Eden’s growth and progress.
Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria. It maintains an air of old-world grace and refined dignity with spacious tree-lined boulevards and expansive parks. The prosperous lifestyle of its people is both cosmopolitan and sophisticated. Quaint trams rumble through the downtown area past verdant gardens and impressive high-rises, in a city that has never lost its endearing charm. The heritage of more than 100 different cultures has contributed to Melbourne's richly international character. This diverse ethnic mix is exemplified by its range of 15,000 dining venues which offer more than 50 different kinds of cuisine. Melbourne's sightseeing is as diverse as it is composition and beckons for your discovery.
*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin (unless stated as singled) in AUD, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (08Oct20). Some suites may have obstructed views. All prices based on cash payment - credit card fees may apply. All airfares/taxes are subject to strict cancellation/change fees once ticketed. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Travel agent service fees may apply. Special conditions apply - please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. While we endeavour to keep our pricing as up-to-date as possible, the advertised prices shown here may differ from the prices in our booking system at time of reservation. Offer ends 31Jan21 or until sold out/withdrawn and is subject to availability at time of booking. We reserve the right to correct errors without penalty. Guests from Perth may take up this package for an extra $250 surcharge on the prices listed here. Upgrades to business class available upon request at varying prices. Cruise fare does not include shore excursions. Cruise ship will be docked at White Harbour in Sydney. This package has different cancellation fees to the cruise only Crystal fees and charges.