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Singapore To Sydney

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Queen Mary 2

from £2,899 pps
Singapore to Sydney 13 February - 6 March 2020 22 nights

Cruise on board Queen Mary 2 from Singapore to Sydney for 22 nights.

Cruise on board Queen Mary 2 from Singapore to Sydney for 22 nights. A magical sweep between two great cities. Leaving Singapore, you'll discover two visions of Vietnam then Indonesia. Darwin, the Whitsunday Islands and Brisbane lead to an overnight finale in Sydney.

Ship & Staterooms

Queen Mary 2

A Flagship Without Compare It's not for nothing that she's the most famous ocean liner in the world. Her sheer scale and elegance see to that. Within her graceful lines are fifteen restaurants and bars, five swimming pools, a full-size theatre, a casino, a Spa, a 3D cinema, a planetarium and the largest dance floor at sea! Since her launch in 2004, Queen Mary 2 has been creating a stir wherever she arrives. Her scale and elegance see to that and the array of space on board will add to the excitement of your cruise. Learn more
Britannia Inside
Britannia Inside

Britannia Inside

Our Britannia inside staterooms are anything but ordinary The smallest is more like a deluxe guestroom on other cruise ships. And they're beautifully decorated with fine prints on the walls, soft colours on the sofas and coverlets and turndown service when it's time to retire. Guests dine in the Britannia Restaurant with a choice of an early or late sitting
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Britannia Inside Stateroom

Midships - High Decks 6,8 2 beds and shower (approx 157-194 sq. ft)
GB

Britannia Inside Stateroom

Midships - Low Deck 1 2 beds and shower (from 200 sq. ft)
GC

Britannia Inside Stateroom

Midships - Low Deck 1 2 beds and shower (from 200 sq. ft)
IA

Britannia Inside Stateroom

Midships - High Decks 7,8 2 beds and shower (approx 152 sq. ft)
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Britannia Inside Stateroom

Aft - High Decks 5,6,8 2 beds and shower (approx 152 sq. ft)
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Britannia Inside Stateroom

Forward/Aft - High Decks 5,6,8 2 beds and shower (approx 152 sq. ft)
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Britannia Inside Stateroom

Forward - High Decks 4,8 2 beds and shower (approx 152 sq. ft)
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Britannia Inside Stateroom

Midships - Low Deck 2 1 bed and shower (approx 133 sq. ft)

Cruise Itinerary

Singapore13-02-2020
Phu My15-02-2020
Nha Trang16-02-2020
Hong Kong18-02-2020
Bitung23-02-2020
Darwin26-02-2020
Airlie Beach01-03-2020
Brisbane03-03-2020
Sydney05-03-2020
Sydney06-03-2020
Singapore

Singapore

Embark: 13 February 2020
Explore multi-cultural Singapore at the gold-domed Sultan Mosque, the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple with its vivid images of Hindu God Vishnu and the calm, lotus-filled lakes of the Chinese garden. A certain Britishness lingers too, so stop by Singapore Polo Club and Raffles Hotel for a tall glass of the pink stuff - a signature Singapore Sling.

Phu My

In Port: 15 February 2020
In amidst the swarming streets and markets of Ho Chi Minh City, stand numerous landmarks bound in history and tradition: from museums that tell the stories of war to ornamental pagodas that are filled with characters from Buddhist and Taoist religions, all of which can be seen while enjoying one of our cruises to Phu My.From Phu My, your cruise shore excursion leads you to the fascinating tunnel network at Cu Chi, used by the Viet Cong during the war. At their height they stretched from the South Vietnamese capital to the Cambodian border.

Nha Trang

In Port: 16 February 2020
With a population of 300,000 Nha Trang still retains its small town atmosphere and is well known for the friendliness of the locals. Enjoy a leisurely cruise along the River Cai for views of the countryside and a glimpse into the lives of the locals. An opportunity to discover the incredible sights of Indochina, incorporating Vietnam and Cambodia with a visit to Angkor Wat.
Hong Kong

Hong Kong

In Port: 18 February 2020
Hong Kong may boast some 236 islands but most of the five million inhabitants of this former British Crown Colony are concentrated on just one, Hong Kong Island, and one city, Kowloon, on the facing peninsula. It is known as one of the most crowded and vibrant places in the world, making Hong King cruises a must see. Be energised just walking down its teeming streets where you can buy anything from a handmade suit, fancy jewellery and the latest duty-free electronic gizmos to Asian antiques. Go on a trip between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island with the Star Ferry, giving you the experience of the world's busiest crossings. For one of the steepest journeys, try the tram which travels to the top of Victoria Peak,

Bitung

In Port: 23 February 2020
Australia cruises showcase rainforests in the north and stunning beaches and cosmopolitan cities in the south, which give way to a vast interior and huge ranches. New Zealand boasts towering mountains and verdant valleys, washed by tumbling waterfalls. Certain cruises extend out into the sparkling Pacific to reveal idyllic South Seas islands.

Darwin

In Port: 26 February 2020
On the remote northern shores of Australia's Top End', balmy Darwin has grown from frontier settlement into a multicultural modern city. Discover the region's dramatic history from Aboriginal heritage to World War II air raids and the devastating Cyclone Tracey in the museums and galleries.

Airlie Beach

In Port: 1 March 2020
Australia cruises showcase rainforests in the north and stunning beaches and cosmopolitan cities in the south, which give way to a vast interior and huge ranches. New Zealand boasts towering mountains and verdant valleys, washed by tumbling waterfalls. Certain cruises extend out into the sparkling Pacific to reveal idyllic South Seas islands.

Brisbane

In Port: 3 March 2020
The Brisbane River meanders through the heart of the city. Elegant Georgian buildings of native sandstone stand next to sleek glass towers. Brisbane is also a superbly landscaped city with jacarandas, flame trees, and bougainvilleas thriving in its semi-tropical climate. Come face to face with koalas, kangaroos and wombats on tours from this laid-back city.
Sydney

Sydney

In Port: 5 March 2020
Australia’s oldest and largest city was born in 1788 with the arrival of the "First Fleet" that transported 760 British convicts. Gold and sheep breeding propelled Sydney’s development; today it is the largest port in the entire South Pacific. Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”. James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairy-tale body of water”.
Sydney

Sydney

Disembark: 6 March 2020
Australia’s oldest and largest city was born in 1788 with the arrival of the "First Fleet" that transported 760 British convicts. Gold and sheep breeding propelled Sydney’s development; today it is the largest port in the entire South Pacific. Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”. James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairy-tale body of water”.