3 February 2018 • 14 Night Perth to Sydney Luxury Cruise Package • Includes Business Class Flight

  • Pricing **FULLY BOOKED**

    per person twin share

    Twin E2 Oceanview (obstructed view) –  $6,390 

    Twin C1/C2 Deluxe Oceanview – $7,095

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    Twin SH PH with Veranda  –  $14,995

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    E2 Oceanview  (obstructed view) –  $8,480



    - One way Business class airfare from Sydney to Perth inc tax
    - One way private car transfer from Perth airport to hotel
    - 2 nights accommodation at the Parmelia Hilton (or similar), Perth with breakfast
    - One way private car transfer from Perth hotel to Fremantle port
    - 12 night Crystal Symphony cruise from Fremantle to Sydney 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. (Restrictions apply)
    - Complimentary evening of specialty restaurant dining at least once in Silk Road or the Sushi Bar celebrating the cuisine of Nobu Matsuhisa,
    and at least once in Prego.
    - Complimentary enrichment via the innovative Creative Learning Institute and Computer University@Sea with classes in diverse topics
    such as world affairs, wellness, art, wine appreciation, digital photography and iPad filmmaking.
    - Complimentary fitness and Wellness at Sea programs with classes in yoga, mat Pilates, Spinning etc
    - 24 hour room service onboard cruise
    - Port/govt charges


    *Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin (unless stated as single) in AUD, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (05Jun17). Prices based on Cat E2 deluxe ocean view with obstructed view for ocean view cabins, SH Penthouse with Verandah for Balcony. All prices based on cash payment – credit card fees may apply. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. 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 Offer ends 31Jul17 or until sold out/withdrawn and is subject to availability at time of booking. Cruise fare does not include shore excursions. We reserve the right to correct errors without penalty.
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    Day 1: 3 Februrary 2018 – Perth, WA

    Fly Business Class from Sydney to Perth, transfer to Parmelia Hilton Perth (or similar).

    Day 2: 4 February 2018 – Perth, WA

    Perth at leisure – This thriving capital billows with an infectious sense of energy and confidence. Its scenic riverside setting is enhanced by splendid parks, restaurants, beaches, galleries, museums and a wonderful Mediterranean-like climate.

    Day 3: 5 February 2018 – Fremantle, WA

    Transfer to Fremantle and board Crystal Symphony. You will overnight on the ship tonight. 

    Day 4: 6 February 2018 – Ship leaves port today at 6:00pm – Fremantle, WA

    Fremantle has welcomed seafarers from around the world for over 150 years. This distinguished port city lies at the mouth of the Swan River and is Western Australia’s leading harbor. During the America’s Cup Yacht Race of 1986/87, it underwent a dramatic facelift and was transformed into a restored and revitalized mecca of cafés, restaurants, bars and beautiful Federation-style buildings.

    Day 5: 7 February 2018 – Bunbury (Margaret River), WA – 8:00am to 5:00pmImage result for bunbury western australia

    Shaped ages ago by lava flows, the basalt-rock land of Bunbury now encompasses one of Western Australia’s liveliest and fastest growing commercial hubs. Perhaps it’s the peninsula’s natural setting surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Koombana Bay and Leschenault Inlet, or maybe it’s the city’s proximity to Perth and even closer proximity to Australia’s abundant wildlife. Whatever the reason, Bunbury’s popularity is rising, bringing a surge of energy and a renewed appreciation for its history. Victoria Street forms the heart of the CBD (Central Business District), attractive and enriching with its parks, galleries, museums and 19th-century buildings. Cappuccino Strip, as the name suggests, is where you will find a cluster of hip coffeehouses and eateries, many with outdoor seating. As you would expect from a town nicknamed “City of Three Waters,— aquatic activities abound, including fishing, snorkeling and diving, not to mention a chance to interact with dolphins at the Dolphin Discovery Centre.

    Day 6: 8 February 2018 – Albany, WA – 11:00 to 6:00Image result for ALBANY western australia

    The oldest permanently settled town in Western Australia, Albany was established a few years before Perth in 1826. The reasons for Albany’s founding and subsequent growth give the city an interesting history and enduring appeal. Initially, the town existed as a military outpost to prevent the French from taking hold and expanding in the region. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Albany was a gateway to the Eastern Goldfields.  Albany’s colorful story is on display in the fifty or so colonial buildings that today serve as museums, galleries and restaurants. Whale World invites visitors to explore the only museum of its kind housed in a formerly fully operational whaling station. And let’s not forget what Australia is perhaps best known for: scenery. This too can be appreciated with a walk in Torndirrup National Park or along the Middleton Beach boardwalk trail. Keep an eye out for whales, now captured by cameras rather than by harpoons.

    Day 7: 9 February 2018 – Esperance, WA – 8:00 to 3:00pmImage result for ESPERANCE western australia

    Every day is a “g’day” in Esperance, Australia, a terrifically beautiful place with abundant sunshine, brilliant white beaches, turquoise waters and, as you might imagine, outdoor activities galore. Whatever your interest, whether it be diving, snorkeling, trekking, fishing or simply lazing about on the sand, this spot on the Bay of Isles is your paradise. Parks and reserves are plentiful, as is the wildlife they protect. Even away from officially designated conservation areas, animals can be seen and even touched: the western grey kangaroo is often spotted on the beach at Lucky Bay and often are amenable to being approached by humans. Consider your time here and choose from truly unique sights, ranging from the honestly pink waters of Pink Lake to the granite outcroppings of Cape Le Grand National Park to the 105 islands of the Recherche Archipelago, home to fur seals, sea birds and penguins.

    Day 8: 10 – 11 February 2018 – Cruising the Great Australian Bite (overnight)

    Aboard the most award-winning ships at sea, your story can be written exactly as you wish: pamper yourself at the Feng Shui- inspired Crystal Spa work-out at our state-of-the-art fitness centre or Walk-on-Water along the 360o Promenade Deck; learn how to translate your story into a movie with USC’s School of Cinematic Arts Digital Filmmaking class at our Creative Learning Institute; or learn about art, history and worldly destinations with engaging celebrity entertainers and speakers with Crystal Visions Enrichment Program; sneak away to watch recently-released movies in the Hollywood Theatre, shop luxury boutiques, or simply lounge poolside while attentive crew caters to your every whim. From mat Pilates and yoga to PGA golf instruction and paddle tennis on full-size courts, today is all about you. As evening arrives, dine on the renowned culinary creations of Nobu Matsuhisa, and Crystal’s own acclaimed chefs with new Modern Cuisine and Global Inspired menus, enjoy special wine-makers dinners,breakout new production shows, intimate lounges, a pulsing dance club or action-packed Crystal Casino. 

    Day 9: 12 – 13 February 2018 – Melbourne, Victoria – 6pm overnightImage result for melbourne australia

    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 cosmopolitan and beckons for your discovery.

    Day 10: 14 February 2018 – Burnie, Tasmania – 8:00am to 3:00pm

    If Tasmania evokes images of a wild and untouched locale full of exotic animal and plant life, you are not far off. Tasmania indeed hosts a largely unspoiled natural environment, with almost 45% of its land protected in reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites. As interesting as its animal inhabitants (platypus and fairy penguins, for instance) is Tasmania’s human-occupied city of Burnie, a town with an industrial past. Burnie is known as a city of makers, home to farmers, mill workers and craftsmen who built a prosperous coastal town and a reputation for quality. Enjoy a taste of the locals’ endeavours with a sampling of fine cheeses and single-malt whiskey. Also take time to experience Creative Paper, Australia’s largest hand-made paper mill, where you can enjoy guided tours, see art exhibitions, shop the retail showroom and watch artisans at work.

    Day 11: 15 February 2018 – Hobart, Tasmania – 9:00 to 5:00pmImage result for hobart tasmania

    Hobart, premier city of the island-state of Tasmania, is situated between Mount Wellington and the Derwent River. As Australia’s second-oldest capital, it savours the present while revering its past. History adds picturesque charm to this charismatic city, for there are no less than 90 buildings with National Trust classification. At Salamanca Place and Battery Point, relics of the whaling days of the last century can still be seen. Tasmania maintains abiding links with a wealth of Australian heritage. The convict settlement of Port Arthur provides vivid reminders of bygone days. With a busy port and thriving commercial centre, Hobart is justifiably recognized as one of the world’s most beautiful harbor cities.

    Day 12: 16 February 2018 – Cruising the coast of Australia

    Day 13: 17 February 2018 – Sydney, NSW – 6:00amImage result for sydney australia

    The billowing profile of the Opera House greets us as we arrive into Sydney’s glorious, world-class harbour. Ahead lies the arch of the Harbour Bridge. These twin symbols, more than any other, identify one of the Southern Hemisphere’s premier cities.
    Combine Sydney’s boundless attractions with its superb harbourside location, and you have that certain magic that few other cities can rival. 


  • Only one date available:  3 – 17 February 2018

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