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Transpacific Cruises: Your guide to cruising between continents

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Frequently asked questions

Popular ports of call on a Transpacific cruise include Sydney and Brisbane in Australia, port cities in New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji, Japan, and sometimes the West Coast of the United States or Canada. Long story short, it really is a choose your own adventure type of holiday!


While ideal for families, Transpacific cruises tend to attract travellers who enjoy longer, more leisurely voyages, such as retirees or long-term vacationers. With that in mind, Transpacific cruise ships are often kitted out with heaps of family-friendly activities to keep your kids entertained. If in doubt, chat with your Flight Centre cruising expert to confirm if it is the right holiday for you.


Yes, some cruises offer luxury experiences with fine dining, exclusive excursions, and elegant accommodations. Chat with your Flight Centre agent about premium cabin options and luxury packages.


The best time of year to join a Transpacific cruise varies based on the itinerary but generally falls in the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn to avoid extreme weather. Cruise times will also be dependent on when cruise companies need to reposition their ships across the Pacific.


Some cruise lines may offer adult-only options, catering to those seeking a quieter, more sophisticated experience. If in doubt, most cruise ships also provide an ‘adults only retreat’, where anyone 18+ can head to soak up the serenity onboard.


Considering you’re sailing across the biggest ocean in the world, aka the Pacific, these cruises usually range from 14 to 30 days or more. Good news for you, because that means more time spent sleeping in, and soaking up luxury onboard your ship.


The extended time at sea means cruise lines go all out with jam-packed schedules to keep you entertained. Expect comprehensive amenities including multiple dining options, entertainment, fitness centres, swimming pools, kids club, workshops and onboard activities.


Transpacific cruises may offer themes focusing on cultural exploration, natural wonders, or relaxation. You will also enjoy several themed dinners and nights on board the ship – so be sure to check out your itinerary in advance so that you know what to pack.


This varies by cruise line, but many offer packages that include meals, entertainment, and sometimes shore excursions. Chat with your Flight Centre cruise expert to find the itinerary and package that meets your needs.


Depending on your itinerary, prepare to enjoy diverse cultural experiences, explore varied landscapes from tropical islands to bustling cities, and take part in unique onboard activities during sea days.


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