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Pacific Explorer
4 / 5.0
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P&O Australia's Pacific Explorer carries 2,000 passengers and sports a contemporary design, a cabaret-style supper club and a water park with waterslides.
Ovation of the Seas
4.5 / 5.0
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Part of Royal Caribbean's Quantum class, Ovation of the Seas boasts high-tech features such as the RipCord by iFly skydiving simulator, bumper cars and robot bartenders.
Celebrity Solstice
5 / 5.0
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Sophisticated vibe with gourmet dining, the country club-style Lawn Club and two suites-only restaurants; partnership with Canyon Ranch is a highlight for spa-goers.
Majestic Princess
4.5 / 5.0
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Princess Cruises' newest and largest ship offers cruises out of Sydney and Shanghai. It has a dancing fountain of lights and music and a pool club.
Carnival Spirit
4.5 / 5.0
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One of Australians' favourite cruise ships -- like a true Aussie, it's laid-back, fun and friendly -- from crew, to passengers and the atmosphere.
Golden Princess
4 / 5.0
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The 2,600-passenger Golden Princess, splits its time between Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia and is the largest-ever Melbourne-based cruise ship.
Carnival Spirit
4.5 / 5.0
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One of Australians' favourite cruise ships -- like a true Aussie, it's laid-back, fun and friendly -- from crew, to passengers and the atmosphere.
Pacific Eden
4 / 5.0
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Pacific Eden, which touts an impressively luxe look for a mid-priced cruise experience, offers an array of bars, complimentary specialty dining venues and first-class musical entertainment.
Carnival Legend
4 / 5.0
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Fun and friendly with lots of pool-centric fun, a multi-slide waterpark, nightly comedy, and 16 lounges and bars; spends much of year in Australia.
Pacific Aria
4 / 5.0
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P&O set out to reinvent Australian cruising with Pacific Aria; it's got a swishy pool deck, 15 dining options and a multitude of bars.
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