Free cruise in Australia by Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises has announced an online contest through its social media offering the chance to win an eight-day cruise to Australia aboard the Majestic Princess for two guests.

Departing November 12, 2022, cruise winners will stay in a balcony cabin, travel round-trip from Sydney and visit captivating destinations in Tasmania such as Hobart, Great Oyster Bay & Freycinet Peninsula (Scenic Cruising) and Eden.

The gift comes at a good time as Princess recently celebrated Australia’s cruise restart and the region’s biggest easing of borders and travel restrictions.

“Australia offers close-to-home travel for customers in Southeast Asia, making it an ideal option for an enjoyable holiday. We also offer a range of air cruise options, creating the perfect opportunity for customers to extend their stay in Australia, which is a highly sought after and popular dream destination,” said Farriek Tawfik, Country Manager for Southeast Asia, Princess Cruises.

“We are delighted that public confidence is also back, with renewed interest in cruising Australia, Alaska, the Mediterranean, Europe and other global sailings. We also hope to attract new cruise passengers with this contest by creating brand awareness and what Princess offers,” he added.

The competition runs from July 1 to August 31, 2022 and is open to all legal residents of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Brunei who are 18 years of age or older. Participation in the competition is accessible by simply completing an online form. There is no obligation to purchase a cruise.

Entrants can enter this contest at or through various online communication platforms, with each unique email address counting as one entry.

Official rules are available at The winner will be randomly selected in a lottery on September 14, 2022. The prize includes round-trip economy airfare from the winners’ local departure city to Sydney, and does not include expenses on board, taxes, cruise or air service fees, visa arrangements and other relevant expenses.

Customers have a wide variety of over 50 Australian routes and 70 crossings to choose from. Princess Cruises offers over 50 itineraries and 70 sailings on three ships sailing in Australia in 2022-23: Coral Princess began sailing from Brisbane on June 16, after which the ship will then be based in Sydney from August to October. The Grand Princess will sail from October 2022 to April 2023, departing from Melbourne and Adelaide, and the Royal Class Majestic Princess will sail from October from Sydney as well as Auckland, New Zealand.

Majestic Princess offers unique features such as the SeaWalk which is a spectacular glass walkway over the ocean, the first of its kind at sea. extending 8.5m beyond the edge of the ship, it offers stunning views of the seascape. The 3,560-passenger ship also offers many exceptional dining options such as authentic French bistro-style cuisine at Bistro Sur La Mer, created with chef Emmanuel Renaut, whose Flocons de Sel restaurant has been awarded three Michelin stars, as well than a Chinese specialty restaurant.

Princess offers the ultimate in personalized and effortless cruising, with world-class dining and entertainment, all enhanced by the Princess MedallionClass experience. The Medallion enables everything from fast, contactless boarding to locating loved ones anywhere on the ship, as well as enhanced service like direct delivery of everything passengers need, wherever they are. are on the ship. Plus, passengers can share their favorite cruise moments using MedallionNet, the best WiFi at sea, as well as stay connected with friends and family back home, work remotely from anywhere on the ship, quickly post content and stream favorite movies and shows. Princess has offered MedallionPay contactless payment for all onboard purchases on MedallionClass since the launch of the Princess MedallionClass experience in late 2017.

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