Reduced Rates! Barrier Reef Discovery On Board The Pacific Eden With P&O Australia, 15 Nights Ex-UK May 30, 2018

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New Connection To Australia: CMA CGM Container Ship Europe To Port Kelang & P&O Cruise Ship Between Singapore And Australia

CMA CGM BougauinvilleConnections to and from Port Kelang will be by 10-passenger CMA CGM mega-ships

Now that direct cargo-passenger service between Europe and Australia is so scarce, and Singapore has become a base port for P&O Cruises Australia, we will be using P&O Australia to offer connecting services between Singapore and Australian ports. Several sailings scheduled over the next couple of years will be available for connecting cargo ship travellers, as well as overlanders from Europe and elsewhere seeking to reach Australia.

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P&O Australia’s Pacific Eden will perform most of the Singapore-Australia connecting voyages

Cargo ship voyages will be available from Le Havre to Port Kelang in 27 days or from Felixstowe to Port Kelang in 31 days to connect with the P&O Australia sailings from Singapore. In the reverse direction, a fast and frequent 22-day cargo-passenger service will be available from Port Kelang to Southampton. The cargo-passenger services are all offered by CMA CGM and will connect with the P&O Australia services outlined below.

In order to avail themselves of this routing, connecting passengers will have to make their own way between Port Kelang and Singapore. The two ports are about 200 miles apart and there are hourly one-hour flights between Kuala Lumpur airport (for Port Kelang) and Singapore’s Changi airport.

P&O Cruises Australia Voyages from Singapore to Australia

m.v. PACIFIC EDEN – Singapore (August 27, 2016) to Cairns (September 10, 2016)

Singapore – Fremantle – Bali – Makassar – Komodo – Makassar – Dili – Darwin – Cooktown – Cairns (14 nights).

m.v. OVATION OF THE SEAS – from Singapore (November 30, 2016) to Fremantle, Adelaide, Hobart and Sydney *

Singapore – Fremantle (6 nights) – Adelaide – Hobart – Sydney  (15 nights).

m.v. PACIFIC EDEN – Singapore (August 15, 2017) to Cairns (September 1, 2017)

Singapore – Fremantle – Bali – Makassar – Komodo – Makassar – Dili – Darwin – Cooktown – Cairns (14 nights).

m.v. PACIFIC PEARL – Singapore (August 16, 2017) to Sydney (September 2, 2017)

Singapore – Fremantle – Bali –  Komodo – Dili – Darwin – Cooktown – Cairns – Whitsunday – Brisbane – Sydney  (16 nights).

P&O Cruises Australia Voyages from Australia to Singapore 

m.v. PACIFIC EDEN – Fremantle (July 18, 2016) to Singapore (July 30, 2016)

Fremantle – Komodo – Makassar – Lombok – Bali – Probilinggo – Jakarta – Singapore (12 nights).

m.v. PACIFIC DAWN – Brisbane (February 4, 2017) to Singapore (February 18, 2017)

Brisbane – Port Douglas – Darwin – Dili – Komodo – Bali – Singapore (12 nights).

m.v. PACIFIC EDEN – Fremantle (June12, 2017) to Singapore (June 24, 2017)

Fremantle – Komodo – Makassar – Lombok – Bali – Probilinggo – Jakarta – Singapore (12 nights).

In addition to the P&O Australia sailings, we have the following special sailing from Singapore to Sydney in late 2016. This exclusive Cruiseco charter is bookable through The Cruise People Ltd:

* m.v. OVATION OF THE SEAS – from Singapore (November 30, 2016) to Fremantle, Adelaide, Hobart and Sydney

Singapore – Fremantle (6 nights) – Adelaide – Hobart – Sydney  (15 nights).

For further details of of how to book any of the above voyages please call The Cruise People Ltd in London on+44 (0)20 7723 2450 or email us at PassageEnquiry@outlook.com.

P&O Cruises Australia Up To Five Ships – More Sydney Harbour Celebrations From Royal Caribbean – One Out One In For China

The Cruise Examiner for 30th November 2015

Pacific Aria

Statendam and Ryndam have kept their basic Holland America Line livery as P&O Australia’s Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria.

Last week was a great week for Sydney-siders, as two separate cruise events were held in their scenic harbour. Not to be content with the Wednesday arrival of all five of the P&O Cruises Australia fleet for the christening of its two newest units, Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria, Saturday saw the arrival of the two largest cruise ships serving Australia in Royal Caribbean International’s Explorer of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas. Elsewhere, one Chinese ship has been withdrawn while other Chinese owners have acquired a third ship.

FOR THIS WEEK’S STORY                                                                            (See previous columns)