Prices are subject to availability. Please contact Emily - information above.
Each cabin can pick 2 free amenities (each good for both people) when you reserve your cabin. You and your cabin
mate must agree on the 2 amenities and both people will receive the 2 amenities. Let me know if you would like help
finding a roommate.
Two Perks per Cabin (guest’s choice):
Ultimate Beverage Package (Guest 1 & 2)
Specialty Dining Package (Guest 1 & 2)
Pre-Paid Service Charges (Guest 1 & 2)
250 Minute Wi-Fi Package per cabin
$50 per port Shore Excursion Credit (may be limited to 4 ports)
$75 On Board Credit
Complimentary Photos Package (20 photos per stateroom)
Things to Note:
· Deposit to Art in the Mountains is required to secure cabin number and location.
· Cabins deposited after 9/7/18 receive current prevailing rates.
· Connecting cabins, specific locations, or accessible rooms should reserve immediately.
· IX, OX, BX, & MX Categories cannot be included into group & do not qualify for perks.
Pricing based upon double occupancy and include taxes and fees: ITINERARY
Gratuities are an additional $13.99 per person per day - may be prepaid or paid at the end of the cruise. Or, it can be
one of your free perks/amenities. Taxes are per person for the total trip regardless of cabin. Taxes will be $274.87
and are included in the fare below. All fees include a $350 noncomission fare to NCL.
Cabin Fare including taxes and noncommissioned fare are per person:
Inside Cabin $1523.87
Ocean Window $2003.87
JANUARY 5 - 18, 2019
· Disembarkation usually begins 2 hours after docking.
· Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing.
· Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice.
· Check your specific sailing for exact departure and arrival times. All times are local to the port.
Sat Sydney, Australia (EMBARK) 6:00 pm
Sun At Sea
Mon At Sea
Tue Noumea, New Caledonia 8:00 am 6:00 pm
Noumea is a foodie utopia nestled in paradise. Tucked into the southern shores of French territory New
Caledonia, the city’s heritage is reflected throughout the streets, including in its culinary scene. Indulge in
some French cheeses or a delicious pain au chocolat as you browse local handcrafted goods at Port Moselle
Market. Learn about native Kanak culture at the beautifully constructed Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural
Center and stroll lush gardens of La Place des Cocotiers – considered the heart of the city. A string of
turquoise bays offer an abundance of outdoor activities, whether you wish to nap on a warm sandy beach or
learn how to windsurf. History, cuisine and scenic beauty intersect in Noumea.
Average High: 84
Average Low: 73
Wed Isle of Pines, New Caledonia 8:00 am 5:00 pm
A stroll across this picturesque island will offer glimpses into its French heritage. Captain Cook, who was the
first European to discover the island, named it because of the towering pine trees blanketing the land. Isle of
Pines offers everything one could wish for on a tropical island – stunning turquoise waters bordered by
deserted beaches, friendly locals, delicious cuisine and a feeling of tranquility and timelessness.
Average High: 84
Average Low: 72
Thu Lifou, New Caledonia 7:00 am 3:00 pm
Find yourself in a secluded paradise, where natural splendors present themselves at every turn. The
northern coast features intoxicating cliffs and limestone caves and the southern side turquoise water and
white-sand beaches. Take paths leading up to magnificent views of the endless Pacific. From Baie de Jenik,
swim right up to excellent snorkeling amid coral reefs teeming with vibrant marine life. And make friends
with turtles while floating in the calm bay just off Luengoni Beach. The limestone caves just west are simply
stunning — shine your flashlight on the water and the deep rock pools turn a shimmery emerald green.
Average High: 85
Average Low: 73
Fri At Sea
Sat At Sea
Sun Cairns (Yorkey’s Knob), Australia 8:00 am 4:00 pm
Ride through the magnificent rainforest aboard the historic Kuranda Railway. Unwind your way through
rugged mountains and waterfalls tumbling into deep ravines. Or immerse yourself in tradition at the Tjapuki
Aboriginal Culture Park, and maybe take home a boomerang. Take a waterfront walk along the Esplanade
Boardwalk with beautiful views of the mountains and sea, have a snack at one of the many eateries, or
people-watch while the little ones play in one of the playgrounds or small water parks.
Average High: 88
Average Low: 74
Mon Airlie Beach, Australia 8:00 am 5:00 pm
A gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, water sports are the main attraction here, from kayaking to water
skiing. Take a day-trip to Whitsunday Island and Whitehaven Beach, one of the most-photographed places
in Australia, with gorgeous turquoise, clear water and sugar-white sand. Airlie’s manmade lagoon in the
heart of town is ideal for relaxing, swimming or even having a picnic – spend an hour there or two. If getting
a move on is more your speed, head out to the Bicentennial Walkway for a walk or short bike ride.
Average High: 86
Average Low: 77
Tue At Sea
Wed Brisbane, Australia 8:00 am 5:00 pm
Australia’s third largest city and the capital of Queensland, this modern, vibrant city offers plenty to see and
do. Lush mountains backing the city offer breathtaking views. Nearby, stunning forests and wineries await.
The South Bank of the Brisbane River offers a diverse mix of parklands, cafés, boutiques, museums and
galleries to explore. Or visit the markets downtown and in Chinatown where you can practice you chopstick
Average High: 84
Average Low: 70
Thu At Sea
Fri Sydney, Australia (DISEMBARK) 6:00 am