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60 nights sailing from Perth (Australia) on cruise ship Arcadia

Itinerary: Sailing from Perth (Australia), visiting Adelaide (Australia), Melbourne (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Dunedin (New Zealand), Wellington (New Zealand), Napier (New Zealand), Auckland (New
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60 nights sailing from Perth (Australia) on cruise ship Arcadia

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Perth (Australia)
Day 2-3-4 at sea
Day 5 Adelaide (Australia)
Day 6 at sea
Day 7 Melbourne (Australia)
Day 8 at sea
Day 9 Sydney (Australia)
Day 10 Sydney (Australia)
Day 11-12-13 at sea
Day 14 Dunedin (New Zealand)
Day 15 Wellington (New Zealand)
Day 16 Napier (New Zealand)
Day 17 at sea
Day 18 Auckland (New Zealand)
Day 19 Tauranga (New Zealand)
Day 20-21 at sea
Day 22 Lautoka
Day 23 Suva (Fidji)
Day 24-25-26-27-28 at sea
Day 29 Honolulu (Hawaii)
Day 30 Honolulu (Hawaii)
Day 31-32-33-34 at sea
Day 35 San Francisco
Day 36 San Francisco
Day 37 at sea
Day 38 Los Angeles
Day 39 Los Angeles
Day 40-41 at sea
Day 42 Manzanillo, Mexico
Day 43-44-45-46 at sea
Day 47 Panama Canal
Day 48 at sea
Day 49 Willemstad (Curacao)
Day 50 at sea
Day 51 Bridgetown (Barbados)
Day 52-53-54-55-56 at sea
Day 57 Ponta Delgada (Azores)
Day 58-59-60 at sea
Day 61 Southampton
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60 nights Cruise on Arcadia. Sailing from Perth (Australia), visiting Adelaide (Australia), Melbourne (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Dunedin (New Zealand), Wellington (New Zealand), Napier (New Zealand), Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand), Lautoka, Suva (Fidji), Honolulu (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), San Francisco, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Manzanillo, Mexico , Panama Canal, Willemstad (Curacao), Bridgetown (Barbados), Ponta Delgada (Azores), ending in Southampton.

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Perth (Australia)

Perth is located to the west of Australia and is the state of Western Australia. During the visit to the city we can find a lot of cultural activity and many attractions, specially in the centre. the panoramic views of Perth and the Swan River, visit King Park and the botanical garden, are some of the places we can visit. You will love it!

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Adelaide (Australia)

Adelaide is the capital of the Australian state of South Australia, and is the fifth largest city in Australia. Adelaide was laid out in a square mile grid of wide streets with gracious colonial architecture. It is compact city makingit easy walking and surrounded it with 930 hectares of parklands. The pleasant climate is perfect for leisure hours on its beaches, the Torrens River and at sidewalk cafes. It has an active cultural lifestyle with many galleries, museums, churches, sidewalk cafes, cosy pubs and elegant restaurants. The central markets feature 48 cultures in a unique atmosphere that has survived 125 years. The main shopping precinct is Rundle Mall with department stores, boutiques, speciality shops and malls. Suburban shopping precincts such as King William Road and North Terrace are also popular and fashionable. The 1920s Adelaide railway station is an attractive casino and a historic tram takes visitors out to Glenelg beach with its own lively shops, restaurants and grand hotel. Further afield are the wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valleys which are great for day trips.

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Melbourne (Australia)

Melbourne is Australia´s cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens. Its 4-million residents are both multicultural and sport enthusiasts. Al fresco eateries, one-off shops and cozy little bars all nestle side-by-side in laneways threading throughout the city. Each arcade has its own individual character and charm. Melbourne is often called the cultural capital of Australia, with its many art galleries, film festivals, orchestras, choral and opera productions, vibrant live music scene, and a strong food, wine and coffee culture. Melbourne, known as the Kulin Nation to its traditional owners, has many galleries and museums with an Aboriginal or Indigenous focus, including the Koorie Heritage Trust.

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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Sydney (Australia)

Sydney is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia and one of the world´s most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet. The city is surrounded by nature and national parks, which extend through the suburbs and right to the shores of the harbour.

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Dunedin (New Zealand)

Dunedin is the largest city in the province of Otago, New Zealand. You can find endless beaches for the practice of surfing or diving.

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Wellington (New Zealand)

Wellington, in the past a slow growing city, in the last years has transformated in the most sofisticated and bright city in New Zealand. In fact it is the favourite weekend destination in New Zealand. Part of its attractive in due to the option of doing plenty of things in one area. Theatres, shops, galleries, restaurants and bars are all in a walking distance. And talking about eating, it has been said that Wellington competes with New York in teh amount of restaurants per capita. You can also add to all that hte wonderful location in fornt of the port and you will see why a visit to this city should be amongst the first in your itinerary.

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Napier (New Zealand)

Napiuer is a portuary city located in the region of Hawke Bay in New Zealand. It is known as the world capital of Art Decó. After a 7,9 magnitude earthquake and the fires that came after, most part of the commercial area was destroyed in 1931. After that the city was reconstructed in the flamboyant style of Art Decó. The neat geometrical lines, the neon clocks and the iluminated fountains give Napier a look as of a movie set. Napier also has the most sun hours in the country, for this reason it is one of the main regions for wine in the country.

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Auckland (New Zealand)

Auckland is a major cruise ship stopover point, with the ships usually tying up at Princes Wharf. Auckland CBD is connected to coastal suburbs, to the North Shore and to outlying islands by ferry. Auckland is home to many cultures. The majority of inhabitants claim European - predominantly British and/or Irish - descent, but substantial Maori, Pacific Islander and Asian communities exist as well. Auckland has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world and a higher proportion of people of Asian origin than the rest of New Zealand. Ethnic groups from all corners of the world have a presence in Auckland, making it by far the country's most cosmopolitan city.

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Tauranga (New Zealand)

Tauranga is the largest city in the region of Bay of Plenty, on the east coast of the Northern island of New Zealand. We can find Mount Manganui, named after an extinct volcano. Famous for the beaches and mostly for its mountain.

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Lautoka

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Suva (Fidji)

Suva is a multicultural city where we can find churches, mosques and temples. Suva outstands for the scenery, from the little bay the tourist can contemplate the high mountains. Suva has a strange architecture, mixture of the colonial past full of mansions and gardens, and the native constructions.

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Honolulu (Hawaii)

The isle of Hawaii is named Grnad Island, and we explain why. It is more than double the size than all the rest of Hawaiian isles together, and is completely full of luxuriant nature, from the rugged volcanoes to the cascades and the rainy forrests. It is the home of smokey volcano craters and rivers of dry lava in the National Park of the Volcanoes.

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Honolulu (Hawaii)

The isle of Hawaii is named Grnad Island, and we explain why. It is more than double the size than all the rest of Hawaiian isles together, and is completely full of luxuriant nature, from the rugged volcanoes to the cascades and the rainy forrests. It is the home of smokey volcano craters and rivers of dry lava in the National Park of the Volcanoes.

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San Francisco

San Francisco is a major and bustling cosmopolitan city in California, surrounded by water on three sides, and the centerpiece of the Bay Area, well-known for its liberal community, hilly terrain, Victorian architecture, scenic beauty, summer fog, and great ethnic and cultural diversity. There is much to see: the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz island (once the most notorious prison in the world), Pier 39 on Fisherman´s Wharf, a lively bay area with shops, arcades, restaurants, cafés, fairground rides, ocean views and its own colony of sea lions, Lombard Street and the famous San Francisco cable cars, that run up and down the hills of San Francisco between Market Street and Fisherman´s Wharf, providing cheap and easy access to the whole of San Francisco. The Port is located in downtown San Francisco and offers many tourist attractions, including Hyde Street Pier, Fisherman´s Wharf, PIER 39 and access to Alcatraz.

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San Francisco

San Francisco is a major and bustling cosmopolitan city in California, surrounded by water on three sides, and the centerpiece of the Bay Area, well-known for its liberal community, hilly terrain, Victorian architecture, scenic beauty, summer fog, and great ethnic and cultural diversity. There is much to see: the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz island (once the most notorious prison in the world), Pier 39 on Fisherman´s Wharf, a lively bay area with shops, arcades, restaurants, cafés, fairground rides, ocean views and its own colony of sea lions, Lombard Street and the famous San Francisco cable cars, that run up and down the hills of San Francisco between Market Street and Fisherman´s Wharf, providing cheap and easy access to the whole of San Francisco. The Port is located in downtown San Francisco and offers many tourist attractions, including Hyde Street Pier, Fisherman´s Wharf, PIER 39 and access to Alcatraz.

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second-largest urban area in the nation. It is located in the southern part of the state on the Pacific Ocean. It is a favorite vacation destination and attracts millions of tourists to the area each year from all over the world. Apart from the movie studios, points of interest include the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the La Brea Tar Pits (famous for Ice Age fossils), Disneyland (Anaheim), and the Santa Anita and Hollywood racetracks. Today, Hollywood is a part of Los Angeles.

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Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second-largest urban area in the nation. It is located in the southern part of the state on the Pacific Ocean. It is a favorite vacation destination and attracts millions of tourists to the area each year from all over the world. Apart from the movie studios, points of interest include the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the La Brea Tar Pits (famous for Ice Age fossils), Disneyland (Anaheim), and the Santa Anita and Hollywood racetracks. Today, Hollywood is a part of Los Angeles.

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Manzanillo, Mexico

Manzanillo is a city, seat of Manzanillo municipality, in the Mexican state of Colima. The city, located on the Pacific Ocean, contains Mexico's busiest port that is responsible for handling cargo for the Mexico City area. Manzanillo has become one of the country's most important tourist resorts, and its excellent hotels and restaurants continue to meet the demands of both national and international tourism.The city is well known internationally for deep-sea fishing and the green flash phenomenon during sunsets, as well as the warm waters of the ocean. The city is a destination resort and has many hotels and self-contained resorts. Manzanillo is a popular cruise ship port of call. Many tourists go from their cruise ships on city tours. Excellent swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving is found in Santiago Bay, a reefs plentiful with fish are scattered throughout the bay.Manzanillo is known as the Sailfish Capital of the World. Manzanillo consists of two bays with crescent-shaped beaches, each about 4 miles in length. Bahía de Manzanillo is closer to downtown and is the older tourist section. Nowadays, its peaceful bays and sophisticated tourist and port infrastructure have made it one of the main tourist resorts and trading centers in the west of Mexico.

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Panama Canal

The interest of establishing a short route from the Atlantic to the Pacific seas started with the explorers of central america at the beginning od the XVI century. The conqueror of Mexico, Hernan Cortes, suggested the construction of a canal through the isthmus of Tehuantepec. During the years they made a few attempts and projects, but all were neglected or forgotten. Fernando de Lesseps, constructor of the Suez Canal started building it but for economical and political reasons the project failed. Finally the United States took over the company in charge. The construction of the Panama Canal was one of the biggest engineering projects of all times. It was calculated that it would be completed in ten years; although in the summer of 1914 before provisions, it started to work. The construction involved not only the excavation of approximately 143 million m3 of earth, but also the entire sanitation of the canal zone (that was infested of mosquitos that spreaded malaria and yellow fever). The sanitation was done by the medical department of the United States Army, which nearly completely eradicated the diseases. The final cost of the canal was 336 million dolars. Panama has the control of the canal and complete sovereignty of the calle Canal Zone, since the 31st of december 1999.

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Willemstad (Curacao)

Curaçao is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the Venezuelan coast. The Country of Curaçao which includes the main island plus the small, uninhabited island of Klein Curaçao ("Little Curaçao"), is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Coral reefs for snorkeling and scuba diving can be reached without a boat. The southern coast has calm waters and therefore the majority of diving locations. The coastline of Curaçao also features bays and inlets, where boats are moored. Some of the coral reefs are affected by tourism. Porto Marie Beach is experimenting with artificial coral reefs in order to improve the reef's condition. Hundreds of artificial coral blocks that have been placed are now home to a large array of tropical fish.

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Bridgetown (Barbados)

Bridgetown is the capital and largest city of the nation of Barbados. The Bridgetown port, found along Carlisle Bay lies on the southwestern coast of the island. Bridgetown is a major West Indies tourist destination, and the city acts as an important financial, informatics, convention centre, and cruise ship port of call in the Caribbean region. Bridgetown´s centre was originally composed of a swamp, which was quickly drained and filled-in to make way for the city´s early development. At the heart of Bridgetown is the Careenage and Constitution River.This body of water provides the city with direct access from medium sized yachts or small craft boats. Although moderately shallow, the Careenage slices Bridgetown into two parts. During the rainy season the Constitution River flows into the Careenage area and acts as an outflow for water from the islands interior storm drainage network. Flowing into the Carlisle Bay on the southwest coast of the island, the Careenage can be observed as a marina for boaters entering or exiting the inner basin located directly in front of the Parliament buildings of Barbados. In the centre lies the main street of Bridgetown which is Broad Street which runs directly through the centre of the city. Broad Street passes the Parliament Buildings and serves as the centre of city´s shopping area.

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Ponta Delgada (Azores)

ponta Delgada is the capital od the Azores Islands, a portuguese archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. The historical neighbourhood of Ponta Delgada is lcoated behind the Avenida do Infante dom Enrique, a large avenue with paved sidewalks in black and white that surrounds the port. The tangled streets are beautiful and inspired in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

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Southampton

Southampton offers a perfect port for the best cruise ships that sail from the UK due to its size, design and great organization. It's also an ideal port for all those ships visiting the UK. Southampton offers various parking options around the area if needed and also a wide range of hotels if you need a pre-cruise stay before sailing. See our amazing cruise deals sailing from Southampton. Please contact us if you need information about Southampton's cruise terminals.

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The ship: Arcadia

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The exclusive for adults mid-sized ship Arcadia, combines the chic with the classic and offers a wonderful blend of features tailored to relaxation and pampering. With one main restaurant with two tiers, a grill restaurant from Marco Pierre White and Atul Kochhar's East in addition to an expansive spa with thermal suite and hydro-therapy pool, art gallery, a three-tiered theatre and a boutique cinema, she adoffers more than a hint of extravagance.

Arcadia offers a relaxed pace, stylish surroundings and more than a hint of extravagance. Arcadia's signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air. Foodies will be in their element on this ship, for in addition to the two-tier Meridian Restaurant and Neptune Grill, Arcadia also features Marco Pierre White's Ocean Grill restaurant, plus Atul Kochhar's East restaurant. Pamper yourself in Arcadia's expansive spa which includes a large hydrotherapy pool and a thermal suite complete with fragrant aromatic showers Arcadia has completed a period of improvement during November and December 2013. Highlights now include 24 new cabins, including six single cabins. The Globe lounge has become a new late-night dancing venue, Atul Kochhar's East restaurant has replaced the Orchid restaurant; and The Crow's Nest has received a complete makeover, including a feature bar. And all cabins have been treated to new carpets, curtains and widescreen TVs.

Year renovated 2013
Beam 32 m.
Length 285 m.
Tonnage 83,781 tn.
Occupancy 2,016
Crew 866
Ratio tonnage/passengers Excellent 42:1
Number of decks 11
Number of staterooms 1032
Number of interior staterooms 342
Number of staterooms with balcony 576
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What's included onboard?

Service Charges Included. Tipping isn't required on board - good service, good value and good times are all part and parcel of your P&O Cruises holiday.

Lunch and dinner in their main restaurants 

Cabin accommodation, TV, radio, hairdryer, refrigerator and more.  

Fully equipped gym, sauna and steam rooms, where available

A choice of swimming pools and whirlpool spas

Full use of the sports court for football, deck tennis, basketball and more

Entertainment day and night

Afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes and pastries

Meals and snacks in the buffet restaurants, daytime grills and pizzerias

What's not included?

Medical care

Local taxes(some destinations may impose local taxes).

Telephone calls, faxes, internet access (where applicable), emails and selected services through your Interactive TV

Select Dining restaurants (a cover charge applies)

Purchases in the on board shops

A range of health and beauty treatments and facilities

Shore excursions

Drinks in your cabin.

Coffee and drinks in the bars and restaurants

Your benefits & more

  • Up to £500 OFF!
    Up to £500 OFF!

    Extra discounts Offer ends 31 May 2024. Discounts are applicable on selected sailings from May 2024 to March 2025. Discounts of up to £500 are applicable as follows: Cruises from £1,000 to £1,499 get £25 off. Cruises from £,1500 to £2,999 get £50 off. Cruises from £3,000 to £5,000 get £100 off. Cruises from £5,001 to £10,000 get £150 off. Cruises from £10,001 to £20,000 get £350 off. Cruises from £20,001 onwards get £500 off. For Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line and Celebrity Cruises, the Discount offer is applied to the cruise fare only (excluding port taxes and other extras). Some special highly reduced fares may be excluded from this offer. Some cruise lines are also excluded from this offer such as Fred Olsen or Virgin Voyages.

  • ONBOARD CREDIT*

    Free Onboard Credit amount will be indicated with the final Cruise price. Book an applicable Select Price holiday and receive on-board spending money to spend during your cruise holiday in the on-board shops, bars, photo gallery, and on restaurants, spa and shore excursions booked on board. Applicable to Selected fares and cruises. Offer is not applicable to Early Saver or other promotional prices and cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative. On many cruises you may select Free Coach Transfers to/from airport or Free Parking instead of Free Onboard Credit

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What you need to know

Disability & Care Requirements

If you or your travelling companions require an accessible cabin, or in the unlikely event of an emergency on board would require assistance to be able to get to your assigned assembly point, please call us on +44(0) 20 3626 9656 to secure your booking. //

Guests who are unable to get to their muster stations independently (which could be down several flights of stairs because, in an emergency, lifts will not be available) due to a disability, health or mental capacity must be pre-registered for assistance to ensure we have sufficient support. Failure to provide this information could result in you being denied boarding at your own expense. If you do require assistance, using the below statements please advise us of the level of assistance required. *Someone to guide and steady me on the stairs (one-to-one assistance). For anyone bringing a mobility aid, such as a walking stick or walker, this is a recommended minimum requirement. *I'm unable to use stairs (I require an emergency evacuation chair). For anyone who is a full /part-time wheelchair or mobility scooter user, this is a mandatory requirement.

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