Save up to 75 per cent off with Cruise & Maritime Voyages

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Cruise & Maritime Voyages is offering guests up to 75 per cent off a range of last-minute voyages departing this February, March and April.

Nine last-minute escapes are currently on sale, starting from just $63 per person per night, including two seven-night tours of Tasmania from $649 per person twin-share ($92 per night).

The offer gives travellers the chance to experience Western Australia’s epic coastlines, the world-class local produce of South Australia, the wild splendour of Tasmania and iconic landmarks of New Zealand and the east coast of Australia.

A little further afield, guests can experience the best of Asia on both short and long voyages, some departing from Sydney and Auckland.

Guests can sample the renowned food and wine of South Australia during a three-night Adelaide roundtrip, visiting Kangaroo Island and Port Lincoln for just $689 per person twin-share for a spacious Oceanview Suite. Or travellers can witness the breathtaking landscapes and rugged beauty of the Great Australian Bight during a six-night voyage from Adelaide to Fremantle, from just $1049 per person twin-share.

Savvy travellers can experience a 27-night voyage from Sydney to Hong Kong, marvelling at the vibrant cities and culture on display across Japan and China, for just $1699 per person twin-share (saving $5680 off the original price). Cruisers are encouraged to act quickly when booking the last-minute escapes on offer, as availability is strictly limited.  

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Written by Ben


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