Clean Cruising, the specialist cruise division of GlobeNet Travel, has been a partner agent for all our cruises. In 2012 they were recognised by the International Cruise Council of Australia as their ‘Cruise Agency of the Year’ finalist. In the same year Luxury Travel Magazine readers voted them into their ‘Gold List’, which features Australia’s leading luxury travel agencies.
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Phil Hoffman Travel, South Austalia’s premier travel agent with 10 travel stores, is one of Australia’s largest and most awarded agents. They have been a partner agent sinc 2018.
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Royal Caribbean International
– Voyager of the Seas – the ship of choice for our 3rd and 4th cruises
– Legend of the Seas – the ship of choice for our 9th and 11th cruises
Royal Caribbean International’s Voyager of the Seas was the largest cruise ship ever built when it was launched and still today there are only seven ships significantly larger. This allows it to have a conferencing venue unsurpassed by any other cruise ship (as far as we know) for large groups needing multi-stream presentations. Other ships of the Voyager class and above do have similar facilities however and are candidates for future cruises in other regions for our major conference cruises.
“Voyager of the Seas featured some world firsts for cruise ships when launched, including the first rock climbing wall (mounted on the funnel) and ice-skating rink at sea … today the ice is used throughout the cruise as a public ice-skating venue and for professional ice shows. An innovative feature of Voyager of the Seas and another first is the Royal Promenade: a marble floored street stretching just over 3/4 the length of the ship featuring shops and light dining venues. This area is the heart of the ship for evening activity, along with the three story high La Scala theatre…” – Wikipedia
Voyager’s conference centre can seat up to 330 if used as a single large venue and for smaller parallel elective sessions it can be divided into two, three or four smaller rooms.
– Celebrity Solstice – the ship of choice for our 6th and 10th cruises
– Celebrity Eclipse – the ship of choice for our 8th cruise
Celebrity Cruises’ iconic “X” is the mark of modern luxury, with its cool, contemporary design and warm spaces; dining experiences where the design of the venues is as important as the cuisine; and the amazing service that only Celebrity can provide, all created to provide an unmatchable experience for vacationers’ precious time. Celebrity Cruises’ 11 ships offer modern luxury vacations visiting all seven continents. Celebrity also presents immersive cruise tour experiences in Alaska and Canada. Celebrity is one of five cruise brands operated by global cruise vacation company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages
– Marco Polo – the ship of choice – 5th cruise
– Astor – the ship of choice – 7th cruise
A relatively new British cruise line with cruises out of Britain and Australia
Holland America – Volendam – the ship of choice for our 2nd cruise
Holland America’s Volendam is another great ship, best suited for smaller-medium groups with a single stream program
P&O – Pacific Dawn – our first cruise ship