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Grand Pacific Explorer2019-06-06T00:23:08+00:00
93 Days
Grand Pacific Explorer - Auckland to Vancouver
Feb 17 2021
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NOW $49,899 CAD
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Auckland to Vancouver

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Auckland, New Zealand Nestled between the Waitematā and Manukau Harbors, Auckland enjoys a rich boating culture.

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Auckland, New Zealand Set between two glistening harbors, Auckland is known as the “City of Sails.”

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Rotorua, New Zealand Tauranga occupies a stunning setting between a sweeping bay and Mt. Maunganui.

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Napier, New Zealand Napier is a rich cultural center and gateway to a thriving wine-growing region.

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Wellington, New Zealand New Zealand’s capital of Wellington is splendidly set between mountains and sea.

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Christchurch, New Zealand British-flavored Christchurch fans out at the feet of the Southern Alps.

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Dunedin, New Zealand Gateway to culture-rich Dunedin, Port Chalmers lies on picturesque Otago Harbor.

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Scenic Cruising: Foveaux Strait The narrow Foveaux Strait separates New Zealand’s South Island and Stewart Island.

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Cruise the Tasman Sea The Tasman Sea was named for the Dutchman who set foot on Tasmania in the 1640s.

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Tasmania, Australia Tasmania is known as the “Apple Isle,” as it is one of the most prominent apple-growing areas in the world.

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Scenic Cruising: Bass Strait The Bass Strait, between Australia and Tasmania, is dotted with more than 100 islands.

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Melbourne, Australia Capital of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is a vibrant cultural center.

Ship will call at Geelong, Victoria on January 9, 2021 instead of Melbourne.

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Cruise the Gippsland Coast Australia’s Gippsland Coast is a picturesque shore of unspoiled landscapes.

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Sydney, Australia Spectacular Sydney is celebrated for its magnificent harbor and iconic Opera House.

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Sydney, Australia Sydney’s The Rocks is an inviting harborside district of restaurants, galleries and shops.

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Newcastle, Australia Newcastle’s coast is graced with high cliffs, sweeping beaches and manmade ocean baths.

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Cruise the Australian Coast From Aboriginal fishing boats to timber barges, the waters along the Australian Coast have been plied for centuries.

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Brisbane, Australia Set on scenic Moreton Bay, Brisbane is a vibrant center for Australian arts and design.

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Cruise the Australian Coast Australia’s East Coast lures surfers and beach lovers with its picturesque shores and dramatic waves.

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Whitsunday Islands (Hamilton Island), Australia Pure-white sands meet cerulean waters in the Whitsundays, an island paradise.

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Townsville, Australia An inviting urban seaside haven, Townsville is a favorite cultural center.

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Cairns, Australia The seaside resort of Cairns is Australia’s gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

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Cruise the Coral Sea The Coral Sea, a paradise for divers, is pure pleasure to cruise.

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Thursday Island, Australia Picturesque Thursday Island was once home to a thriving pearl fishing industry.

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Cruise the Arafura Sea The Arafura’s seabed, once a dry land bridge between continents, allowed early human migrations.

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Darwin, Australia Hub of Australia’s Top End, Darwin is a lively center of arts and culture.

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Darwin, Australia Darwin, a relaxed city, is the largest in Australia’s Northern Territory.

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Cruise the Timor Sea The shallow Timor Sea has long been traveled by Indonesia’s indigenous people.

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Komodo, Indonesia A magnificent menagerie, Komodo Island is home to its namesake dragon.

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Lombok, Indonesia Rich in Balinese heritage, Lombok was a major outpost of the Dutch East Indies.

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Bali, Indonesia A thriving arts scene complements Bali’s lush beauty and magnificent seaside vistas.

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Bali, Indonesia Some of Bali’s revered temples are carved from white coral, harvested from the sea.

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Surabaya, Java, Indonesia The capital of East Java, Surabaya is a diverse patchwork of vibrant cultures.

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Semarang, Java, Indonesia Outside Semarang, the massive pyramidal Borobudur temple attracts countless pilgrims.

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Jakarta, Java, Indonesia In Jakarta, timeless traditions including wayang kulit, Javanese shadow puppetry, endure.

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Jakarta, Java, Indonesia Formerly known as Batavia, Jakarta is a rich tapestry of native and colonial traditions.

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Cruise the Java Sea The shallow Java Sea was once traversed by the Dutch East India Company.

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Singapore, Singapore The world’s only island city-state, Singapore is a sophisticated metropolis.

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The magnificent Petronas Towers are the centerpiece of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital.

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Cruise the Java Sea The shallow Java Sea was once traversed by the Dutch East India Company.

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Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Thailand The Gulf of Thailand, set amid mountains, is home to Irrawaddy and Chinese white dolphins.

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Bangkok, Thailand In the gilded temples of Bangkok, spread throughout the city, Thailand’s Buddha is venerated.

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Bangkok, Thailand Siam of old, Bangkok is beautifully set on the Chao Phraya River.

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Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok is a repository of cherished gold, teak and jade treasures.

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Sihanoukville, Cambodia The relaxed seaside city of Sihanoukville is perched on the end of a scenic peninsula.

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Sihanoukville, Cambodia With its sandy seashore and turquoise waters, Sihanoukville is a prime Cambodian resort.

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Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Thailand The Gulf of Thailand, set amid mountains, is home to Irrawaddy and Chinese white dolphins.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh city exudes a heady mix of French and Vietnamese cultures.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City’s wide boulevards, lined with architectural gems, are reminiscent of Paris.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City’s Old Saigon area blends French colonial and Vietanmes architecture.

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Cruise the South China Sea Tucked among mainland China, Vietnam and the Philippines, the South China Sea is one of the world’s most important waterways.

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Hue (Chan May), Vietnam Seat of the Nguyen Dynasty for 150 years, Hue is home to the grand Imperial City, a rich repository of palaces and temples.

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Scenic Cruising: Ha Long Bay Ha Long Bay is a spellbinding canvas of towering limestone karst islands.

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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam Ha Long Bay is a spellbinding canvas of towering limestone karst islands.

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Cruise the South China Sea The South China Sea was once called the Sea of Cham after the maritime kingdom of Champa that ruled Southeast Asia before the 16th century.

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Hong Kong, China Bustling Victoria Harbor, with its stunning vistas, is the heart of Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong, China Hong Kong is home to long-cherished Eastern traditions amid modern Western sensibilities.

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Hong Kong, China Traditional sampans and modern yachts ply the scenic waters of Hong Kong’s sheltered Victoria Harbor.

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Cruise the East China Sea The East China Sea, one of the four seas of legend, has a storied history.

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Taipei, China Taipei exudes an intriguing blend of Chinese, Japanese and Western influences.

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Cruise the East China Sea The East China Sea carried early traders from afar to the shores of Shanghai.

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Kagoshima, Japan Set in the shadow of a towering volcano, Kagoshima’s scenic bay is a sunken caldera.

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Nagasaki, Japan East and West converge in Nagasaki, where Dutch traders resided for two centuries.

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Busan, South Korea South Korea’s “second city,” Busan boasts 17 centuries of history.

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Hiroshima, Japan Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park embodies its residents’ hopes for the future.

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Hiroshima, Japan Resilient Hiroshima has been gloriously rebuilt as a modern, forward-looking city.

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Osaka, Japan Osaka is home to ancient shrines that draw pilgrims from all over Japan.

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Shimizu, Japan Watched over by Mt. Fuji’s snowy, symmetrical cone, Shimizu enjoys a dramatic setting.

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Shimizu, Japan Shimizu, long a thriving harbor town, exports green tea leaves cultivated in nearby hills.

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Tokyo, Japan Lively capital of the “Land of the Rising Sun,” Tokyo is the cultural heart of Japan.

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Tokyo, Japan Energetic Tokyo is a spellbinding blend of towering skyscrapers and tranquil Shinto shrines.

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Tokyo, Japan Once a tiny fishing village, Tokyo’s history was shaped by emperors and shoguns.

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Scenic Cruising: Tsugaru Strait The Tsugaru Strait is surrounded by the green slopes of Japan’s dramatic coastal mountains.

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Sapporo (Otaru), Japan The cultural center of Hokkaidō, Sapporo is renowned for its traditional cuisine.

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Sapporo (Otaru), Japan Sapporo’s lovely green spaces, shrines and markets are spread at the foot of Mt. Moiwa.

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Korsakov, Russia Korsakov enjoys a bayside setting at the southern end of Sakhalin Island.

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Cruise the Sea of Okhotsk Cruise the waters of the Sea of Okhotsk today, named for the first Russian settlement in the Far East.

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Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia Ringed by volcanoes, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is an important Russian settlement.

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Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia Set in scenic hills by the Sea of Okhotsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is a fishing center.

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Cruise the Bering Sea This body of water is named for Danish explorer Vitus Bering, who under Russian service chartered these waters in 1728.

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Cross the International Date Line As you cross the International Date Line today, you will “cruise into yesterday,” gaining a day.

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Cruise the Bering Sea Some 30 species of seabird skim the Bering Sea for sustenance, from the tufted puffin to the albatross.

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Dutch Harbor, United States Alaska’s scenic Dutch Harbor was once central to the Russian fur trade.

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Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Alaska The Gulf of Alaska is surrounded by lush forests, soaring mountains and gleaming glaciers.

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Kodiak, United States Kodiak, “Alaska’s Emerald Isle,” is a fascinating blend of Alutiiq and Russian heritage.

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Seward, United States Seward enjoys a scenic setting, nestled between soaring peaks on Resurrection Bay.

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Valdez, United States Valdez enjoys a breathtaking setting in a deep-cut fjord in Prince William Sound.

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Scenic Cruising: Yakutat Bay Yakutat Bay, fed by the Hubbard Glacier, is surrounded by snow-covered mountain slopes.

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Icy Strait Point, United States A former canning station, Icy Strait Point is steeped in Tlingit heritage.

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Sitka, United States Scenic Sitka is a fascinating mix of Tlingit and Russian culture.

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Ketchikan, United States Ketchikan is home to the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles.

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Scenic Cruising: The Inside Passage The Inside Passage winds through a fjord-like maze of snowcapped mountains and emerald islands.

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Vancouver, Canada Set between mountains and sea, Vancouver boasts endless cultural and natural riches.

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