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Unique cruising experience

P&O; Cruises' Pacific Jewel.
P&O; Cruises' Pacific Jewel. Supplied

CLIMB aboard the Pacific Jewel for an amazing eight night cruise of the South Pacific, with Cruiseabout.

Departing from Sydney, travellers will discover some of the South Pacific's most popular destinations, including Noumea, New Caledonia; Mare, New Caledonia; and the Isle of Pines, New Caledonia.

Browse chic French boutiques in Noumea, walk on spectacular white-sand beaches and snorkel the turquoise waters on the Isle of Pines and visit Emerald Bay, set in an enormous azure lagoon. Travellers also have the option of seeing breathtaking Amedee Island or Anse Vata Beach.

The cruise is priced from $999* per person and includes an eight night cruise on board Pacific Jewel in an inside cabin; all main meals and entertainment on board; port charges and government taxes; bonus A$100* per cabin to spend on board.

Upgrades are available for an outside (obstructed) cabin from $1399* per person twin share and for a balcony cabin from $1799* per person twin share.

The Pacific Jewel offers a unique cruising experience.

The ship features two incredible firsts: an amazing high wire circus and trapeze arena on the top deck and P&O Cruise's largest spa afloat in the Southern Hemisphere, the Aqua Health, Spa and Fitness Centre.  

Guests can also enjoy dining at the new Salt grill by Luke Mangan restaurant and a huge variety of entertainment and activities including shopping, the gym, swimming, dance classes, movies, cabaret shows, shuffleboard and more.
The offer is valid for sale until December 3, 2011 unless sold out prior, for travel on April 19, 2012.

*Price is subject to change and availability at the time of booking.

For more information visit Cruiseabout.

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