Between February and April 2019, Queen Elizabeth will sail seven cruises from Sydney and Melbourne to New Zealand, South Australia and Tasmania.
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Royal Caribbean's newest vessel - Symphony of the Seas - will be the world's largest cruise ship when it is delivered next year.
Sydney's popularity as a cruise destination puts the spotlight on the battle to fit ships into the harbour's limited port space.
With a million of so of us taking a cruise each year, Australia now boasts the highest cruise market penetration per capita of any country.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises (RSSC) is providing optional "Business Class Air Packages" for all its voyages departing from April 2017.
Just in case you'd missed it, what with all the headlines about Brexit and Trump, China is building a full-sized replica of the Titanic - and construction is well underway.
The end of cruise season bring potential bargains for those who can travel at short notice.
Uniworld's newest river ship, SS Joie de Vivre, will be christened in Paris next month by Dame Joan Collins.