Pacific Island Hopper: 7 nights in February 2014.

A great week in paradise, this cruise visits 3 ports in french Melanesia. It leaves from and returns to Brisbane. After one day at sea, the first port of call is Noumea in New Caledonia. This multicultural city has influences of both French settlers and the native Melanesian people.

Also in New Caledonia, the next port is Lifou, a beautiful island off the coast where snorkelling is a favourite pastime due to the spectacular landscapes above and below the sea. Here you can experience even more of New Caledonia' native Kanak culture thanks to the friendly local people.

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The final stop for the week is Port Vila in Vanuatu. This charming town is based around a natural harbour where fishing boats come and go, and you can browse the local handicraft markets. Return to Brisbane refreshed and tanned after another few days at sea.

Operator: P&O Australia
Vessel: Pacific Dawn
Ports of Call: Brisbane, Noumea, Lifou, Port Vila
Sailing Dates: February 1st 2014- February 8th 2014

Cruise Itinerary

Length of cruise: 7 nights

Day 1: Brisbane, departing Sat 1 Feb 14:00
Day 2: At sea
Day 3: Noumea, Mon 3 Feb 15:00- 23:00
Day 4: Lifou, Tues 4 Feb 09:00- 17:00
Day 5: Port Vila, Wed 5 Feb 08:00- 17:00
Day 6-7: At sea
Day 8: Brisbane, arriving Sat 8 Feb 06:00

About the Pacific Dawn

Pacific Dawn was built by Fincantieri in Trieste, Italy in 1991 as Regal Princess. Her distinctive curved profile—often referred to as 'dolphin-like'—was designed by Renzo Piano, She had a major refurbishment in 2000 and in September 2007 in Singapore. Like all of the well-loved P&O Australia ships, the Dawn is chock full of activities and great dining venues to keep all passengers occupied and well fed! 

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