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"Overview- A bit of a background on us, we are a younger couple and I've clocked up cruises with Carnival, RCL, P&O Australia and Princess. This was easily the best cruise I have ever done! The cruise was..."Read More
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Queen Elizabeth met all expectations

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Australia & New Zealand

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bmwlover

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We chose this cruise for the unusual itinerary and the ship. We had been on the Queen Elizabeth for the entire maiden World Cruise in 2011 , and were curious to discover the changes that had taken place in the recent refit , and to see whether Cunards high standards were being maintained. We were not disappointed. We flew Avianca Business Class from Fort Lauderdale via Bogota to London and ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Departure Port: Kusadasi

Cabin Type: Club Balcony

6 Helpful Votes


Well done Captain Alex and team...an excellent cruise

Review for Celebrity Solstice to Australia & New Zealand

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Msgoldenhair

2-5 Cruises

Age 40s

We flew from Sydney to Auckland via Air New Zealand and stayed three nights at the Sofitel property Grand Windsor in Queen St. We had breakfast included and there were plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby for lunches and dinners. The hotel was in a great location. Highly recommend day trip to Waiheke Island (and we would stay overnight when we visit NZ again). We travelled with another couple ...
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Sail Date: March 2020

Departure Port: St. Thomas

Cabin Type: AquaClass 2

4 Helpful Votes


Very impressed

Review for Golden Princess to Australia & New Zealand

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Terri0

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

I am really impressed with the way the Captain and crew of the Golden Princess responded to constantly-changing circumstances while we were on our New Zealand cruise. Our captain kept us up-to-date as much as he could with regular, friendly, well-explained announcements whenever new news or regulations came in. Although plans seemed to change daily, the focus was always on the well-being, comfort ...
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Sail Date: March 2020

Departure Port: Singapore

Cabin Type: Oceanview (obstructed view)

2 Helpful Votes


Brilliant Final cruise before coronavirus shut down!

Review for Celebrity Solstice to Australia & New Zealand

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Rishigudka

10+ Cruises

Age 40s

We flew from London to Auckland via Emirates. Everything ran as per schedule and we arrived in New Zealand 3 days prior to the cruise. It took about an hour or so to go through immigration and customs before leaving the airport. However apart from usual bag checks no other checks like temperature monitoring were being carried out at the airport. We were transferred to our central Auckland hotel ...
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Sail Date: March 2020

Departure Port: St. Thomas

Cabin Type: Deluxe Veranda 2B

55 Helpful Votes


New Zealand - Trip was Top Notch

Review for Celebrity Solstice to Australia & New Zealand

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whitbob

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We have sailed on 4 Celebrity ships all in Aquaclass, and enjoy the access to BLU as well as the Spa amenities. We chose Solstice for the itinerary, as New Zealand was on the bucket list. We stayed in Auckland, on Princes Wharf, so we were able to leave our hotel room, walk to the end of the building, drop our luggage, and enter the cruise port within a few minutes. We were directed to a line ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: St. Thomas

Cabin Type: AquaClass 2

18 Helpful Votes


Train trip to Arthurs Pass a highlight of the Cruise

Review for Sea Princess to Australia & New Zealand

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Wally cowin

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

My first Princess cruise and loved every minute. The inside cabin on deck 12 handy to the great outdoors, bar, buffets, and lifts down into the ship. The food in the Horizon Court was better than expexted savoring 21 differenr soups in 14 days,the clam chowder outstanding. The french onion soup in the Traviata dining room highly recommended. The New Zealand lamb in Sterling Steakhouse ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Cabin Type: Interior

1 Helpful Vote


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