A cruise on the Rhapsody Of The Seas promises a thoroughly enjoyable journey – whether you’re heading for the tropical climes of Fiji or taking a short trip around the coast of Australia.
The ship’s 11 decks provide all manner of entertainment and activities, including a glass-canopied adult-only swimming pool, a spa, a climbing wall, a casino, bars, restaurants and a wide range of live entertainment to cater for all tastes.
What’s more, the ship is in great condition, having recently undergone a US$16 million refurbishment. Staterooms now have flat-screen TVs, new bathrooms and newly-remodelled interiors. You’ll even have access to an iPad to help you plan your day and see what activities are on offer.
Some of the current cruise destinations include Hawaii, Fiji, Queensland, Tasmania and Alaska, all stopping off at a number of beautiful locations along the way. Take a look at some of our current excursions on board Rhapsody Of The Seas here.
Rhapsody Of The Seas was built by Chantiers de L’Atlantique in St. Nazaire France. Since her maiden voyage in 1997, she has been through parts of America and Asia, and currently sails routes from Australia’s east coast and Alaska.
She can accommodate almost 2,500 guests, with more than half the rooms offering breathtaking ocean views. There are rooms to suit all budgets – from affordable interior rooms to private balcony suites, all the way up to deluxe suites for a truly luxurious and spacious environment. All rooms offer comfortable beds, a sitting area, private bathrooms, TV, telephone and a safe. No matter what accommodation you go for, you can be sure of a comfortable and pleasant stay.
Cruise trips on board Rhapsody Of The Seas
We currently offer luxury cruises to a number of beautiful destinations on board Rhapsody Of The Seas.
For a truly relaxing trip, why not try our 20-day cruise to Honolulu? Setting off from Sydney, you’ll stop by the beautiful coral reefs of Nouméa, the white sand of the Isle Of Pines, the tropical paradise of Suva in Fiji, American Samoa, Maui and finally Honolulu, before flying back to Australia on the final day, prices start from $2899pp.
If colder climes are more your thing, a cruise up the north-west coast of America to Alaska could be for you. Starting with a flight from Australia, you’ll spend three nights in Seattle before embarking on a cruise through Juneau, Skagway and Tracy Arm Fjord in Alaska. You’ll then pass through Victoria, British Columbia before spending another two nights in Seattle, followed by a flight back to Sydney.
Or if you’re just looking for a shorter break, we also offer a 7-day round trip to Tasmania, stopping at Melbourne, Burnie and Hobart.
These are just a few of the cruises available on Rhapsody Of The Seas. It would take too long to go through all the exciting trips we have to offer – but you can take a look at our full range of cruise trips on our Rhapsody Of The Seas page.