Wednesday 8 February 2012


WITH the annual royal procession of Cunard's legendary Queen Elizabeth and  Queen Mary 2 about to visit our shores over the coming weeks – and so once again whetting the enthusiasm of those who dream of the ultimate in grand-style cruising – Cruiseco has released a huge range of affordable early-booking fly, cruise and stay packages for when that regal parade (plus Queen Victoria) returns here again between January and March 2013.

With no fewer than 17 fly, cruise and stay packages ranging from 15 to 38 nights cruising into or out of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Fremantle in 2013, Cruiseco has something to suit all interests – particularly with the "three Queens" either departing from or sailing to destinations as diverse as Cape Town, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Auckland, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Prices for fly, cruise and stay packages out of Australia begin from as low as $4,695pp twin-share for a whole 21-nights aboard Queen Victoria from Brisbane to Hong Kong on February 26 2013, a hotel night post-cruise in Hong Kong with breakfast, international airfare back to Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney or Adelaide (deduct $85pp for Perth) and all port charges, government fees and air taxes.

And fly, cruise and stay packages into Australia begin from only $4,625pp twin-share for 18-nights on Queen Mary 2 from Hong Kong to Sydney on February 17 2013, including two hotel nights pre-cruise in Hong Kong with breakfasts, international airfare to Hong Kong from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide, port charges, government fees and air taxes.

All Cruiseco's packages include an On Board Credit ranging up to US$475pp (depending on length of cruise.) For detailed itineraries, inclusions, prices, early booking deadlines, On Board Credits and the name of your nearest Cruiseco cruise-specialist travel agent visit

Ports visited on Queen Victoria's 21-nights Brisbane to Hong Kong are the Whitsundays, Darwin, Bali, Manila, Shanghai (two full days,) and there is a night aboard ship in Hong Kong as well as the hotel night.

Ports visited by Queen Mary 2 on her 18-nights Hong Kong to Sydney are Shanghai (two full days,) Yorkeys Knob (Cairns,) and Brisbane.

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