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Cruises from Fremantle

Explore the South Pacific and beyond with a cruise line for every traveler.

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Rottnest Island beaches and walkways near Perth, Australia
Make waves on your next holiday with cruises from Fremantle to destinations around Australia, the South Pacific and the world. Find cruises as quick as three nights, or months-long sailings — you’re really only limited by your imagination.

Best cruises from Fremantle

Best for bang for your buck: Royal Caribbean

It might not be the cheapest line at sea but Royal Caribbean knows how to pack value into its sailings with entertainment for every kind of traveler. Whether you're traveling solo, as a couple, with family or in a large group, you've got an impressive choice of dining options, activities and amenities while on board. Fill your days with wine tasting courses and digital photography seminars, try your hand at a blackjack tournament, sing along to elaborate production shows and dance the night away to live music or the in-house DJ.
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Best for for couples: Princess

Remember the Love Boat? Well, the cruise line that brought us the quirky romance is still delighting couples with all you need for romance at sea. Think movies under the stars, couples massages, an adults-only retreat, intimate lounges and romantic packages. Up the wow factor with an intimate dinner for two on your private balcony as you watch the sunset over the horizon.
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Best for for families: P&O Cruises

With kids clubs, shore excursions, cabins to fit the whole crew and family dining, P&O is all about helping families vacation together. Play in the pool, catch a movie at the cinema, perform at a talent show, get artsy in a craft workshop and work up a sweat in the adventure park. When it's time for some grown-up fun, parents can head to the adults-only pool area or grab a nightcap accompanied by live music in a lounge.
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Best for for world cruises: Cruise & Maritime

Leave from Fremantle to travel all the way to Europe with its world cruises. Tick bucket list destinations such as Petra, Cairo, Istanbul, Rome and Casablanca and discover some new favorites along the way.
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Best for for foodies: Oceania

Cruises don't have to be about long buffet lines and lukewarm food. Make your holiday a culinary experience complete with upscale dining venues, foodie excursions, lavish afternoon teas and wine-pairing dinners. Even better, your dining options are curated by legendary Master Chef Jacques Pepin.
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Best for for an overnight in Sydney: Azamara

Hotels in Sydney can be pricey, so why not combine your cruise with a stay in Sydney? Explore the bustling city by day and head back to the ship at night. Many of Azamara's itineraries include three days in Sydney, giving you time to head to the Blue Mountains, tour the Opera House and even climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge — if you're game.

Our top pick? Check out sailings that include a stop in Sydney over New Year's Eve for a special evening.


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Best for for all-inclusive luxury: Regent

Exquisitely prepared cuisine, white-gloved service, premium amenities, thoughtful onboard enrichment programs and low staff-to-guest ratios are all part of the package with a Regent cruise. The spacious suites feature large sitting areas, marble-lined bathrooms with a full-size tub and walk-in wardrobes. But don't just take our word for it: Cruise Critic named Regent the Best Luxury Cruise Line.
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How we picked our best cruises.

When choosing cruises for this list, we look at the quality of routes available from each cruise line. We also consider onboard dining options, weighing the number, variety and overall quality of restaurants against passenger reviews.

Finally, we weigh cabin amenities against each price point, looking for cruise lines that are known to deliver the highest value.

We also seek out customer reviews on travel websites and personal travel blogs, considering first-person experiences and each company’s overall reputation.

When is the best time to cruise from Fremantle?

Cruises from Fremantle are year-round, with availability largely depending on your destination. Generally, cruises around Australia depart in the spring, summer and autumn months while cruises to Asia occur in summer and spring. Longer world cruises tend to depart between January and March each year.

What are the must-do cruise excursions from Fremantle?

  • Kangaroo Island (Adelaide, Australia). See native wildlife including a colony of rare sea lions along with dramatic views of Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks.
  • Cradle Mountain (Burnie, Australia). Hike along a glacial lake, catch glimpses of the local wildlife and discover some of Tasmania’s quirkiest small towns.
  • Swim with dolphins (Akaroa, New Zealand). Brave the cooler waters and join the marine life for a dip. No posed photo opportunities here as you get the rare opportunity to swim with the smallest ocean dolphin in the wild.
  • Best of Ubud (Bali, Indonesia). Make a beeline for one of the most picturesque parts of Bali to see rice terraces, swing in a jungle swing and visit a water temple.
  • Batik creation (Penang, Malaysia). Gain insight into Malaysian culture while making your own souvenir. Learning the four methods of creating batik before you create your own cotton batik scarf.
  • Sea cave canoe (Phuket, Thailand). Discover the mysterious world of Thailand’s sea caves and tunnels aboard special three-person inflatable canoes.

Bottom line

With the world available from your home port, it’s really just a matter of choosing your next destination. Consult our top cruise deals for the latest offers to help you decide.

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