Radiance, Transpacific Cruise ex Sydney to Honolulu 18 Night Cruise sailing from Sydney to Honolulu aboard Radiance of the Seas.
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18 Night Cruise sailing from Sydney to Honolulu aboard Radiance of the Seas.
Hungry for a dazzling at-sea experience that combines sleek swiftness, panoramic vistas and an array of our best new dining options? Look no further than the newly renovated Radiance of the Seas®. With acres of glass enclosing the nine-storey central atrium, lifts facing the sea and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, you'll never be at a loss for an incredible view. Plus, we've just added eight new dining experiences, ranging from casual eats at the Boardwalk Doghouse, to family-style Italian fare at Giovanni's Table, to the sizzling skewers of the Samba Grill Brazilian Steakhouse.
Other new features include a Royal Babies & TotsSM Nursery, VIP guest lounges, and an outdoor, poolside cinema screen showing first-run films day and night. Whether you seek adventurous activities, relaxing moments or fine fare, Radiance of the Seas has the features to please every taste.
Highlights of this cruise:
The whole world's in love with Sydney. It's stylish, it's sophisticated, it's home to some of the friendliest people on the planet. And yes, a few koalas, if you know where to look. What's not to love? This gateway to the Outback has it all: Endless outdoor adventure around the harbour or in spots like the Blue Mountains. Golden sandy beaches named Bondi, Bilgola and Coogee (which are not only beautiful but also fun to say). A bustling art and entertainment scene. Countless museums, galleries and excellent restaurants where the dishes far exceed the local Vegemite.
Picton, New Zealand
Imagine a scene of regal sailing boats floating on top of blue waters, hugged by a picturesque landscape of rolling green mountains and cloud-sprinkled skies. This is Picton, New Zealand, a charming seaside town at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound. Settled by early 19th century whalers, Picton is now a bustling seaport surrounded by award winning restaurants, delightful local art galleries, watersports activities plus beautiful yet challenging nature trails.
Wellington, New Zealand
The fact that Wellington has become New Zealand's fastest-growing weekend destination tells you something about the city. Once merely its political capital, the city's calendar is packed with celebrations, festivals and some of the country's best theatre and dance. Sandwiched between steep hills on one side and the ocean on the other, New Zealand's second-largest city is a walker's paradise. Because so much of the city is within walking distance, you'll never feel the need to hire a taxi. And considering the number of cafés, bars and nightclubs that line the streets, you'll probably never feel the need to go to bed, either.
Papeete, Tahiti French Polynesia
Brilliant blue lagoons, proud jagged peaks, coconut groves and a hint of gardenia in the air. Everything you've ever imagined about this island is true. An enchanting place, to say the least, it's little wonder Tahiti is a muse to so many. Herman Melville and Paul Gauguin certainly found some inspiration here. And Papeete, the island's very cosmopolitan city, has its fair share. So before you immerse yourself in Tahiti's earthy delights, make sure you visit Papeete's vibrant waterfront and colourful market, brimming with everything from fresh fruit to artisan treasures. You'll find it, well, picture perfect.
Moorea, French Polynesia
If you're in need of an essential island escape – sun, sand, surf and all the tranquility that goes with it – say hello to Moorea. This ethereal atoll is an unsung romantic and a tad more laidback than its better known sister islands in the South Pacific. Heart-shaped and bordered by the Sea of the Moon, it's impossible not to be captivated by its charm. Or its natural good looks, for that matter. With aquamarine lagoons filled with angel fish, miles of pineapple and vanilla plantations, verdant volcanic peaks and extra long stretches of white sand, expect love at first sight. And an endless supply of beach towel bliss!
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora is universally revered as the quintessential holiday destination for hopeless romantics. And why not? If its idyllic location isn't captivating enough, there's the sheer decadent beauty of the place. Silky stretches of deserted white sand. The rocky black peaks of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia. And all of it bounded by a necklace of coral gardens dotting a fish-filled lagoon. Maybe this explains why honeymooners and Hollywood types have been enchanted with this Polynesian pearl for decades.
Hawaii's capital is indeed the jewel city of the Pacific. From Diamond Head and the world-famous beaches of Waikiki, to the inspiring memorials of Pearl Harbor and the Punchbowl National Cemetery, to the only royal palace ever constructed on US soil.