Short Cruises from Sydney
Relax and unwind on a luxury weekend cruise
Short cruises from Sydney make an unforgettable weekend getaway. Cruise out of Sydney Harbour and admire the city’s magnificent skyline from the deck of a luxury cruise ship. Sip a glass of champagne or an exquisitely crafted cocktail as you breathe in the refreshing sea air and enjoy the stunning Pacific Ocean from the comfort of your private veranda.
On 3-day cruises from Sydney, spend the weekend indulging in all of the onboard amenities our ships offer. Pamper yourself at The Spa with massages, body wraps, salt therapy, salon services, and fitness classes for every fitness level. Splurging on The Retreat is the perfect way to elevate your cruise experience. The Retreat Lounge®, exclusive to our guests of The Retreat, offers a full-on luxury experience complete with dedicated butler service and a private dining experience at Luminae, including special meals designed by our Global Culinary Brand Ambassador, Chef Daniel Boulud.
Sydney is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world. Extend your weekend before or after a 3-day cruise from Sydney to experience the city’s spectacular social and cultural scene. The iconic Sydney Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, hosts thrilling performances year-round, from opera and dance to comedy and music.
Sydney is equally well-known for its vibrant food scene, offering a trendy mix of international cuisine, street food, food halls, and upscale options. Whether you’re in the mood for seafood with a sea view, fish and chips in a low-key atmosphere, or a contemporary Greek or classic Italian meal, you’ll find it here.
Sydney is well known for its 100 golden and white-sand beaches, many of which are located just a short distance from the Sydney cruise port. Watch surfers conquer the waves at Bondi Beach, the city’s most popular shore spot. Scuba dive or snorkel at Manly Cove or take a romantic walk above the beach along the Coogee Coastal Walk. People-watching opportunities abound at any one of the city’s beachside cafes.