If you’re planning on booking a cruise with a large group, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a number of great deals for group bookings, with many deals available at a cut price when you book lots of people at the same time.
Find out more about our group bookings here – or read on to find out just how much a group booking could save you!
How a group booking could save you money
Whether you’re looking for a cruise for a large family gathering, a travellers’ group or a company conference, we have plenty of deals available at a discounted price.
Today’s modern cruise ships offer great conference facilities for business groups. And for groups of friends of family, there’s always a wide range of entertainment and activities for all ages.
Rates for groups tend to work out better than for individuals, and our staff may even be able to negotiate added benefits like onboard spending money, room upgrades and more.
Call our team on the number at the top of the page for assistance with booking your deal.
Book your cruise with Cruise 1st
Now you know just how much you could save, here are some of our best cruise deals. Please bear in mind that inclusion in the list doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be able to get a group discount – it’s always best to get in touch with us to check. If we can’t find you a good enough deal on one of the cruises listed, we’ll be happy to help you find a better deal.
Luxury Vietnam & Thailand (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Celebrity Century
21st February 2015 for 16 nights
After a flight from Australia to Singapore, you’ll embark on a cruise which visits Bandar Seri Begawan, Nha Trang, Phu My, Laem Chabang and back to Singapore.
Australia & New Zealand
Cruising on Voyager of the Seas
16th March 2015 for 16 nights
This cruise sets off from Sydney and visits Wellington, Picton, Dunedin, Dusky Sound, Doubtful Sound, Milford Sound, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. You’ll then fly back to Sydney.
Vancouver to Tokyo (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Celebrity Millennium
11th September 2014 for 18 nights
After a flight from Australia, you’ll set off on a cruise from Vancouver which stops off at Petropavlovsk, Otaru (Japan), Hakodate (Japan), and Tokyo (Yokohama). You’ll then fly back to Australia.
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