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Southbound Voyage to Australasia


54 nights aboard Astor from £3949pp Departs: Monday, 15th October 2018 (A901)


This epic southbound voyage provides an opportunity to visit some of those places


that you thought you may


never get the chance to visit - all in one outstanding itinerary. Sailing from the UK to Australia arriving in time for Christmas, you will visit the West Indies; navigate the Panama Canal; discover island paradises of the South Pacific; be enthralled by New Zealand’s dramatic scenery; and complete your voyage in amazing Australia.


Date Port 15-Oct London Tilbury


16-Oct Amsterdam (Netherlands) 20-Oct Lisbon (Portugal) 22-Oct Funchal (Madeira)


30-Oct Bridgetown (Barbados) 31-Oct St George’s (Grenada) 03-Nov Cartegena (Colombia)


04-Nov Cristobal for Panama City (Panama) 05-Nov Transit Panama Canal 10-Nov Crossing the Equator


Arrive Depart -


09:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 14:00 - -


16-Nov Nuku Hiva (Marquesas Isles)h 08:00 19-Nov Papeete (Tahiti)


08:00 Cruise Highlights


• St George’s, Grenada’s capital, is one of the most picturesque ports in the West Indies. Discover the lush interior of palms, oleander, hibiscus, and bougainvillea that flourish here.


• The 16th and 17th century buildings that line the cobbled streets of Cartegena’s Old Town have been given UNESCO World Heritage status and hark back to an age of adventure, conflict and piracy.


• Mountain peaks, amazing waterfalls, beautiful beaches and blue lagoons await you on the French Polynesian island of Tahiti - the Queen of the Pacific.


• Auckland, the ‘City of Sails’ is home to the impressive National Maritime Museum and the Sky Tower, the tallest structure in the southern hemisphere.


• The Rocks is Sydney’s oldest village, nestled in the shadow of the Sydney Harbour Bridge depicting the heritage of two centuries along its narrow twisting streets.


Highlights may be subject to pre-registering specific shore excursions and are subject to operation and weather conditions.


25-Nov Crossing the International Dateline 27-Nov Auckland (New Zealand) 01-Dec Sydney (Australia) 04-Dec Adelaide (Australia) 08-Dec Fremantle (Australia)


20-Nov Bora Bora (French Polynesia)h 08:00 -


09:00 07:00 12:00 12:00


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18:00 19:00 16:00 -


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Days not shown are spent relaxing at sea.h Land by launch or tender. Ports and times are subject to change. In the event of adverse sea or weather conditions that prevent the vessel from calling at one of the scheduled ports of call, alternative arrangements will be made where possible. Note: The duration stated for this cruise (that crosses the International Date Line) is based on the calendar year. This cruise is however priced accordingly to take into account of any lost or gained days when crossing the Date Line.


Voyage Options London Tilbury to Auckland (A9AK1) – 43 nights from £3139pp London Tilbury to Sydney (A9SY1) – 47 nights from £3439pp London Tilbury to Adelaide (A9AD1) – 50 nights from £3659pp


See page 162 for fares on all cabin categories You Pay


Standard Twin Inner from Standard Twin Outer from


£7889 Full Fare


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Book online, call 0844 963 0000 or see your local travel agent 117


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