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Spoilt for choice

AUSSIE travellers who enjoy the cruising life now have a greater choice than ever in itineraries with Princess Cruises.

New offerings include exotic sailings between Sydney and Tokyo on Sun Princess and a special eight-night voyage to Tasmania on the spectacular Diamond Princess.

The cruise line's latest 2013-14 program also includes more Pacific Island cruises from Sydney and Brisbane as well as the return of the popular 35-night Hawaii, Tahiti and South Pacific itinerary.

Princess Cruises commercial director Stan Birge said the new program was Princess' most diverse offering yet in the Australian market, featuring more than 47 cruises on the Australian-based Sun Princess, Dawn Princess and Sea Princess as well as Diamond Princess.

For more information, visit princess.com or call 13 24 88.

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