Dubai – Sydney

  • 26 Jan ‘26
  • 28 nights
  • Departing from Dubai
  • Arcadia
  • Inside price from
    $3,399*/pp
  • Outside price from
    $3,919*/pp
  • Balcony price from
    $4,499*/pp
  • Suite price from
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YOUR ITINERARY

Dubai - Colombo - Penang - Port Kelang - Singapore - Singapore - Bali - Perth (Fremantle) - Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney, Australia - Sydney, Australia

Date
Port
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Day 1
26th Jan 2026
Dubai

Known as the ‘Pearl of the Arabian Gulf’,...

Known as the ‘Pearl of the Arabian Gulf’, Dubai is one of the seven emirates that comprises the United Arab Emirates. With a mix of traditional architecture and glittering modern buildings, Dubai is a place of fascinating contrasts that can best be described as the ‘Middle East meets Hong Kong with a little Las Vegas thrown in for style’. It is also the home of sand, sea and sun. As you sail into the formidable city of Dubai, you can’t help but to gaze up in wonder at the magnificent Burj Al Arab Hotel. Designed to resemble a billowing sail, it stands at a height of 321 metres and dominates the Dubai coastline. Visit Dubai’s waterfront and take a boat trip up Dubai creek, admire the beautiful architecture of the Grand Mosque, boasting the city’s tallest minaret, or barter for souvenirs in the many souks around the city. Don’t miss the Spice Souk and the glittering Gold Souq – crammed full of exquisite jewellery and at prices lower than anywhere else in the world. From designer clothes and custom-made sari’s, to perfumes and spices you can get anything you desire. With guaranteed sunshine the multitude of water sports is spectacular, but you might like to try sand-skiing, 4-wheel drive desert safaris or camel riding. Or for something a little more relaxing enjoy a moonlit Bedouin barbeque, deep in the heart of the desert. The nearby emirate of Sharjah, with its captivating architecture and spectacular souks, was selected by UNESCO as the cultural capital of the Middle East.

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Day 6
31st Jan 2026
Colombo

For international shopping and restaurants, head ...

For international shopping and restaurants, head for the Fort District in the north of the city and then catch some local colour in the Pettah Bazaar District. This is a warren of streets rich in mosques and Buddhist and Hindu temples and lined with shops selling everything from exquisitely worked gold jewellery (on Sea Street) to herbs for Ayurvedic treatments and bargain-priced CDs and cassettes (Malwatte Avenue). To the south of the city, you can enjoy lush scenery and watch a cricket match at the lovely seafront park of Galle Face Green, then enjoy a stylish afternoon tea at the historic Galle Face Hotel – after admiring the exquisite hand carved doors at its entrance.

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Day 10
4th Feb 2026
Penang

Known as ‘the Pearl of the Orient’, Penang ...

Known as ‘the Pearl of the Orient’, Penang presents an intriguing blend of beaches, mysterious temples and exotic cuisines. And the capital of Georgetown reflects this multiplicity with ease. You can find a church, a Chinese temple, an Indian temple and a Muslim mosque all within five minutes of each other! Hawkers sell all types of foods round the clock. And festivals abound throughout the year. A colourful city by anyone’s standards!

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Day 11
5th Feb 2026
Port Kelang

Port Klang is a town and the main gateway by sea into Malaysi...

Port Klang is a town and the main gateway by sea into Malaysia. Known during colonial times as Port Swettenham but renamed Port Klang in July 1972, it is the largest port in the country. It is located about 6 kilometres southwest of the town of Klang, and 38 kilometres southwest of Kuala Lumpur.

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Day 12
6th Feb 2026
Singapore

The ‘Lion City’, Singapore, offers vi...

The ‘Lion City’, Singapore, offers visitors a colourful colonial history, beautiful gardens, and a dazzling array of shops and markets. You’ll find evidence of the city’s oriental origins in Chinatown, home to a number of splendidly restored ancient temples and in the crowded streets, fortune tellers, calligraphers and temple worshippers are still a part of everyday life. On Orchard Road you’ll find shops brimming with desirables, perfect for picking up the odd souvenir or two!

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Day 13
7th Feb 2026
Singapore

The ‘Lion City’, Singapore, offers visitors a ...

The ‘Lion City’, Singapore, offers visitors a colourful colonial history, beautiful gardens, and a dazzling array of shops and markets. You’ll find evidence of the city’s oriental origins in Chinatown, home to a number of splendidly restored ancient temples and in the crowded streets, fortune tellers, calligraphers and temple worshippers are still a part of everyday life. On Orchard Road you’ll find shops brimming with desirables, perfect for picking up the odd souvenir or two!

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Day 16
10th Feb 2026
Bali

Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mo...

Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.

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Day 20
14th Feb 2026
Perth (Fremantle)

The western Australia capital of Perth has a distinctly ...

The western Australia capital of Perth has a distinctly relaxed and welcoming atmosphere with large areas of parkland leading down to the Swan River and easy access to the ocean. Remarkably, this Australian city is almost as close to Singapore as it is to Sydney which goes to demonstrate the vastness of this under-populated and still-untamed country.

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Day 24
18th Feb 2026
Adelaide

With its twin cathedrals of St Francis and St Xavier, ...

With its twin cathedrals of St Francis and St Xavier, its elaborate arts centre, its pavement cafés and botanical gardens, Adelaide is arguably the most European of all Australian cities. However, its culture is tempered with a generous shot of no-nonsense Australian humour and a welcome that gives it a unique atmosphere.

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Day 26
20th Feb 2026
Melbourne

Its Christmas Eve and what better place to spend it ...

Its Christmas Eve and what better place to spend it than in the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne? Here you’ll find the locals are mad about art, passionate about sport and ballet, au fait with the latest fashions and ravenous for fine cuisine, so go on, do as the locals do, and immerse yourself in the local culture! See Melbourne’s most famous sights such as Captain Cook’s cottage, the Shrine of Remembrance and admire the scenic countryside.

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Day 28
22nd Feb 2026
Sydney, Australia

Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on...

Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on one of our Sydney cruises, the first glimpse of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House will stay in your memory forever. One of the world’s great cities and harbours, Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on one of our Sydney cruises, the first glimpse of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House will stay in your memory forever. Even before the 2000 Olympics, cruises to Sydney had much to offer – hosting the games just made the city even better with improved facilities and extra dining and entertainment venues all round. From the waterside restaurants fringing the historic Rocks district, the Sydney cruise tour takes you around Sydney Cove past the Circular Quay ferry terminal to that remarkable Opera House and the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens.

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Day 29
23rd Feb 2026
Sydney, Australia

Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are o...

Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on one of our Sydney cruises, the first glimpse of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House will stay in your memory forever. One of the world’s great cities and harbours, Sydney always lives up to great expectations. When you are on one of our Sydney cruises, the first glimpse of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House will stay in your memory forever. Even before the 2000 Olympics, cruises to Sydney had much to offer – hosting the games just made the city even better with improved facilities and extra dining and entertainment venues all round. From the waterside restaurants fringing the historic Rocks district, the Sydney cruise tour takes you around Sydney Cove past the Circular Quay ferry terminal to that remarkable Opera House and the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens.

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YOUR SHIP - The Arcadia

Exclusively for adults – Arcadia’s signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air.

Exclusively for adults – Arcadia’s signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air.

Cinema
Crow’s Nest
Live Bands
Monte Carlo Casino
The Palladium

Hydro Massage Pool
Oasis Spa
The Retreat
Thermal Suite
Whirlpool

Art Gallery
Photo Gallery
Reception
Screening Room
The Portunus Club
Tours Office
Wrap Around Promenade Deck

Aquarius Bar
Bar
Caffe Vivo
Celebrations
Electra
Emporium
Intermezzo
Lounge
Marco Pierre White Restaurant
Meridian Restaurant
Neptune Bar
Ocean Grill
Orchid Bar
Orchid Restaurant
Piano Bar
Piccadilly Restaurant
Spinnaker Bar
The Belvedere Food Court
The Crow’s Nest
The Restaurant
The Viceroy Room

Library
Sports Court

Description

Exclusively for adults – Arcadia’s signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air.

Entertainment

Cinema
Crow’s Nest
Live Bands
Monte Carlo Casino
The Palladium

Relaxation

Hydro Massage Pool
Oasis Spa
The Retreat
Thermal Suite
Whirlpool

Other

Art Gallery
Photo Gallery
Reception
Screening Room
The Portunus Club
Tours Office
Wrap Around Promenade Deck

Food and Drink

Aquarius Bar
Bar
Caffe Vivo
Celebrations
Electra
Emporium
Intermezzo
Lounge
Marco Pierre White Restaurant
Meridian Restaurant
Neptune Bar
Ocean Grill
Orchid Bar
Orchid Restaurant
Piano Bar
Piccadilly Restaurant
Spinnaker Bar
The Belvedere Food Court
The Crow’s Nest
The Restaurant
The Viceroy Room

Recreational

Library
Sports Court

STATEROOMS

    suite

    Approximately 388-480 sq. ft. The ultimate in luxury, our mini-suites offer the extra space of a lounge area (perfect for entertaining), a superior bathroom, dressing area and a broad balcony to take in the sights.

    balcony

    Approximately 212-379 sq. ft. There’s nothing quite like opening your patio style doors onto your own private balcony, especially to take in the fresh morning air or to enjoy a spectacular sail in to your next destination.

    outside

    Approximately 183-202 sq. ft. If a balcony is not top of your list, but you’re seeking great value and a sea view, then our Sea view cabins are ideal. Well designed and with all those little extras.

    inside

    Approximately 157-208 sq. ft. These spacious cabins are perfect if you want a more economical way to travel and prefer to be out and about experiencing the ship or reclining up on deck by the pools.
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