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Look no further for a huge range of May 2017 cruise deals. This final month of autumn is a little quieter on the Australian cruise front as many seasonal ships have left and headed north for warmer climes, but keen cruisers will find that there are still options available to them! There’s no need to put cruising plans aside as the weather becomes colder - on the contrary, it’s a great time to escape! Read more

Try something different with a May 2017 cruise

Although trusty Australian-based ships like the P&O Cruises fleet are still offering the classic cruise favourites like trips to the South Pacific Islands and Queensland in May, some of the other typical destinations (like New Zealand) are a little chilly. This makes it the perfect opportunity to try something a little out of the box for your May cruise holiday!

Princess Cruises has some impressive journeys, ranging from a two-week cruise to Papua New Guinea to the full Circle Pacific Roundtrip over 75 days with a huge range of stops in Asia, North America and the Pacific. They also offer World Cruise sectors departing Sydney in May. What a month for Princess! Other exciting May cruise options from Australia include a visit by Silversea’s Silver Discoverer and some fun and homegrown North Star cruises in the Kimberley region of Australia’s winterless north.

Pick up a May cruise deal

With red banners proclaiming specials, discounts and packages all over this page, it’s no hard task to spot affordable cruises in May 2017. You can narrow the options with the handy filters down the left hand side to track down the ideal itinerary that suits your schedule, budget, preferences and travel group.

From bonus onboard credit to last-minute deals as the month itself approaches, there are plenty of ways to save on cruises in May 2017. Start planning your holiday now!
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