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Sarah on Jun 16, 2016

Show us your #BestCruiseView and you could win a cruise to New Zealand!

*********************************** UPDATE - COMPETITION CLOSED - WINNER ANNOUNCED - CONGRATULATIONS TO KILEY BLAKERS ******************************************

Share your most beautiful cruise images for a chance to win a 12-night cruise from Sydney to New Zealand on the Emerald Princess departing February 1st 2017! Cruise Sale Finder's #BestCruiseView competition is a celebration of beautiful cruising images, so start looking through your favourite cruising snaps so you can sail away to the best view ever! 

You can enter more than one picture, but make them your very best. A panel of judges from Cruise Sale Finder will rate the entries on quality and creativity. The winner will be able to bring along one person of their choosing and be off to see the stunning and spectacular vistas of New Zealand!  

Entries close on the 13th July 2016 and the winner will be notified 14 July 2016. Must be an Australian resident and 18 years old to enter. Read the full Terms and Conditions here.

To enter, simply use #BestCruiseView when posting your beautiful photos on Cruise Sale Finder's Facebook wall, on your Instagram or Twitter pages (must be on public settings) or send them to us directly using the form at the bottom of the page. 


The Prize

The perks of this package are many - but we'll try to list them all!


  • A balcony cabin so you can enjoy the views whenever you choose.

  • The excellent service and food for which Princess Cruises is well-known.

  • A range of restaurants including buffet, a-la-carte and casual options.

  • Stage shows, organised activities, live music, bars, lounges and more to keep you busy during days at sea.

  • Movies Under the Stars, the adults-only Sanctuary zone, several pools and a fitness centre.


  • A visit to Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand and a buzzing urban centre with a lovely harbour and convenient access to incredibly scenic attractions.

  • Stops at Napier and Tauranga, both laidback coastal cities. Napier gives access to the wineries of the Hawkes Bay region.

  • A day in Wellington, widely considered not only the political capital but also the cultural capital.

  • Visits to Akaroa and Dunedin in the South Island, both in beautiful harbour settings with heaps of exciting shore tour options.

  • Scenic cruising in the beautiful Fiordland! This area of drowned valleys, inlets and coves is famous for stunning scenery and will deliver on those "best cruise views."

Simply send us pictures of the best views you have had on any cruise. This could include sunsets and sunrises seen from a balcony, tropical landscapes viewed while entering port, images of your majestic vessel framed at anchor - whichever views capture your imagination while cruising.

Enter now

Simply use #BestCruiseView when posting your beautiful photos on Cruise Sale Finder's Facebook wall, or on your Instagram or Twitter pages (must be on public settings).




Send us your gorgeous photos directly, using the form below. 


I have enjoyed visiting as much of the world as possible over the years. Europe and the Mediterranean are personal favourites, but there is so much to see very close to our little Australasian corner of the globe- one of my top travel experiences was snorkeling with tropical fish and turtles in New Caledonia! Cruising is a fantastic way to see it all, and we hope to make booking a cruise easier for both first-timers and old salts. From ship tips to destination news and views, we will keep you up-to-date. Happy cruising!

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  • Jul 14, 2016 by Dorothy Barron

    Can you please advise the winner and the winning photo

  • Jul 14, 2016 by Diane

    can u post on facebook the winning photo and name for competition bestcruiseview thx

  • Jun 23, 2016 by Patricia Roberts


  • Jun 23, 2016 by Dorothy Barron

    Can you please advise me if the photograph has to be taken from the ship or can a shore excursion photograph be used. Regards Dorothy