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    Pacific Shores and a City of Sails Cruise
    21 nights
    from $16,392* per person twin share
    Save $11,328. Includes: 3-night land program, unlimited beverages, speciality dining and more
    On this 14-night cruise you'll start your journey in the capital of French Polynesia, Tahiti, then sail the South Pacific to Bora Bora. Next is a visit to Pago Pago the largest of America Samoa island, then onwards to the white beaches of Fiji, the beautiful bay of Islands, Auckland and Rotorua. You will end the cruise in the lively city of Sydney.
    Your package includes: Package Highlights:

    Your package includes:

    Package Highlights:

    Your package includes:

    Your package includes:

    • 21 nights aboard Seven Seas Mariner® in a Deluxe Veranda Suite F
    • Unlimited beverages, including fine wines and spirits
    • Speciality restaurant dining
    • Post-cruise land program in all suite categories
    • Up to 20 shore excursions
    • 24-hour room service
    • Unlimited Wi-Fi
    • Valet laundry service
    • Pre-paid gratuities

    Your post-cruise land program:

    • 3-night Sydney Icons, including:
      • 3 nights at the Four Seasons or similar including breakfast (Run of House rooms)
      • Sydney Harbour dinner cruise
      • Tours and entrances to all sites on day 1 and 2
    Package Highlights:

    Package Highlights:

    From turquoise waters to towering fiords, on this 21-night cruise you’ll visit these iconic South Pacific destinations:

    • Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia
    • Bora Bora, French Polynesia
    • Cruising the South Pacific
    • Pago Pago, American Samoa
    • Apia, Samoa
    • Lautoka, Fiji
    • Bay of Islands, New Zealand
    • Auckland, New Zealand
    • Rotorua (Tauranga), New Zealand
    • Napier, New Zealand
    • Cruising the Tasman Sea
    • Sydney, Australia
    Valid for travel
    Cruise departing 6 Mar 2025. Subject to availability. Other departure dates available. Seasonal surcharges may apply. Ask your personal travel manager for a quote.
    Offer expires
    30 Jun 2024 unless sold prior


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    Day 1

    Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia

    The islands of Polynesia are a gorgeous collection of volcanic islands and atolls strewn lazily across the grand Pacific Ocean. The island of Tahiti proper is the largest of the 118 islands and atolls that comprise French Polynesia. Papeete, the modern capital of Tahiti and her islands, contains government offices, hospitals, banks and many other services dedicated to serving the islands as well as tourists who come to these islands for a life-enriching experience.

    Day 2

    Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    Bora Bora lies 150 miles northwest of Tahiti in the Society Islands. The main island, home to 4,225 inhabitants, is in the centre of a multicoloured lagoon, surrounded by offshore “motu” islets inside a protective coral necklace. Its lagoon is world-famous for its beauty.

    Day 3

    Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    A partially paved road circles the island, passing colourful villages, archeological sites, and old Army bunkers and cannons left over from WWII, when 5,000 American GIs made a “friendly invasion.”

    Day 4

    Cruising the South Pacific

    Day 5

    Cruising the South Pacific

    Day 6

    Pago Pago, American Samoa

    Located on Tutuila, the largest of the Samoan islands in the South Pacific Ocean, Pago Pago is the capital of American Samoa. First settled by the Polynesians around 600 BC, the islands became a territory of the US in 1900. An important coaling station and naval base, the Pago Pago harbor proved to be of strategic importance during World War II. Today its beauty and ecological diversity make it a popular tourist destination.

    Day 7

    Crossing the International Date Line

    Day 8

    Apia, Samoa

    Samoa is made up of nine islands about 1700 miles north east of New Zealand. The islands were originally settled about 1000 BC by a thriving Polynesian culture. In Apia, explore the colorful Maketi Fou (food market) on Fugalei Street, and the flea market – the perfect souvenir haunt where you’ll find everything from clubs and kava bowls to Samoan sarongs, baskets, and jewellery. Discover alluring blue lagoons, serene tropical beaches, cascading waterfalls, and lush rainforests. On Mount Vaea lies the beautifully restored home of author Robert Louis Stevenson. Tempt your taste buds with ocean-fresh fish wrapped in banana leaves and cooked in an umu , an earth oven of hot stones.

    Day 9

    Cruising the South Pacific

    Day 10

    Lautoka, Fiji

    The Fiji archipelago consists of tiny coral atolls and mountainous forest-clad islands of volcanic origin, and is famed for its aquamarine waters and white sand beaches. Lautoka, meaning “spear-hit” or “hit to win,” was named that as a result of an argument between two chiefs. It is sited in the western side of the largest island in Fiji. The city is surrounded with the blue Pacific Ocean on the western side and green gold sugar cane and pine trees on the other sides.

    Day 11

    Cruising the South Pacific

    Day 12

    Cruising the South Pacific

    Day 13

    Bay of Islands, New Zealand

    The “Bay of Islands” was how Captain Cook described this area two centuries ago and the simplicity of his name masks the diversity of its charms. The Bay of Islands is the finest Maritime Park in the country with 144 islands, secluded bays and abundance of marine life. It is one of the most popular fishing, sailing and tourist destinations in the country, and has been renowned internationally for its big-game fishing since author Zane Grey publicised it in the 1930s.

    Day 14

    Auckland, New Zealand

    Auckland, “The City Of Sails”, is spread over a narrow isthmus between the sparkling waters of the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours on New Zealand’s North Island. It earns its sobriquet from having more boats per capita than any other city in the world. The first settlers here were the Maori, and are still a vibrant component of its cosmopolitan population.

    Day 15

    Auckland, New Zealand

    Auckland offers the visitor all the amenities of a world-class city. Browse the shops of Queen Street or the Parnell area with its galleries and boutiques in quaintly restored Victorian buildings. For a magnificent panorama of the city travel to Mount Eden, the city’s highest point, or visit the Skytower for loftier views. Minutes from downtown you can relax on a black sand beach, or explore the America’s Cup Yachting Village. Further afield there are the spectacular pine-clad Waitakere Mountains, the amazing Waitomo Glowworm Caves and the verdant vineyards of Kumeu River Wines.

    Day 16

    Rotorua (Tauranga), New Zealand

    Tauranga is the centre of a large citrus and sub tropical fruit-growing area and is a favourite base for deep-sea anglers. Across the harbour is the major port for the region, Mt Maunganui, which is also the major overseas outlet for the vast timber industry established in the centre of the North Island. Tauranga has become a rendezvous for thousands of holiday makers to whom the lure of its sun-baked sands and sparkling waters prove an irresistible attraction.

    Day 17

    Napier, New Zealand

    The twin cities of Napier and Hastings, located within the region of Hawke’s Bay on the East Coast of New Zealand’s North Island, are unique. The area is blessed with a Californian-Mediterranean climate, boasting one of the highest sunshine averages in the country. The area is also dotted with colourful vineyards and orchards, with some of the most fertile farmland you will see. Within the region are more than twenty of New Zealand’s finest vineyards.

    Day 18

    Cruising the Tasman Sea

    Day 19

    Cruising the Tasman Sea

    Day 20

    Cruising the Tasman Sea

    Day 21

    Sydney, Australia

    One of the liveliest, must-see cities of the Pacific Rim, Sydney humbly began life as a British penal colony in 1788. Among the colourful characters in its early history was William Bligh of Mutiny on the Bounty fame who was deposed as governor during the Rum Rebellion of 1808. In 1852, with the discovery of gold in the interior, Sydney became a thriving port of the Victorian Empire. Today, Sydney looks to the future, its skyline crowned by the graceful billowing sails of its famed Opera House.

    Day 22

    Sydney, Australia

    Visitors can get a glimpse of the past along the narrow, twisting streets of the Rocks, Sydney’s restored historical district and for the adventurous, the Sydney bridge climb will reward you with panoramic views of the city and harbour. Excursions can reveal the spectacular, untamed beauty of the Blue Mountains with a ride on the worlds steepest perpendicular railway; or get up close and personal with Australia’s charming wildlife at the Koala Park Sanctuary, then end your day with a refreshing stop at a traditional Aussie pub.

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    Advertised prices are per person twin share, correct at time of publication and are subject to availability and change and can be withdrawn or amended at any time without notification due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency. Offer is not combinable with any other offer. Exotics offer is capacity controlled and applies to new bookings only, made as part of the Exotics offer between 1 May and 30 June 2024. Guests will receive Up to 45% OFF select sailings. On Seven Seas Voyager® guests will receive up to 45% off, up to a Penthouse Suite (Category A). On Seven Seas Mariner®, Seven Seas Explorer® and Seven Seas Splendor®, guests will receive up to 45% off, up to a Concierge Suite (Category D). In addition, guests 1 and 2 per suite will receive an Included Pre-Cruise OR Post-Cruise Land Programme on select sailings. Itineraries subject to change. Change and cancellation fees may apply. Your personal travel manager may charge additional service fees. Other conditions apply. Please view the TravelManagers general terms and conditions here and contact your personal travel manager for more details.

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