Cruise Diary: Three Princesses and a mouse to make an appearance in Sydney harbour next week

Sydney, Australia - July 11, 2020: Close-up view of Sydney Opera House from Cremorne Point.

As the summer of cruising approaches, Sydney Harbour – arguably the best place in the world to see a cruise ship up close and personal – will be at the epicentre of the cruise industry.

Travellers, cruise fans and sight-seers alike will be keen to see which ocean-going beauties are in town. Travel Weekly will give you a heads-up each week as to which ships will be in port in Sydney, as well as letting you know of any first-time visitors or particularly exciting ships in port.

Here is a list of the ships in port next week:

Grand Princess

30/10/2023 Arrives: 06:30

Princess Cruises Grand Princess Docked in Ketchikan, Alaska.

Carnival Splendor
31/10/2023 Arrives: 06:30
05/11/2023 Arrives: 06:30

Carnival Splendor is escorted into Sydney Harbour by Pacific Adventure.

Disney Wonder
01/11/2023 Arrives: 06:00

Royal Princess
02/11/2023 Arrives: 06:00

Royal Princess (Supplied)

Ovation of the Seas
03/11/2023 Arrives: 06:00

Ovation of the Seas in Sydney (Supplied)

Majestic Princess
04/11/2023 Arrives: 06:00

Pacific Adventure
04/11/2023 Arrives: 06:30

Carnival Splendor
05/11/2023 Arrives: 06:30

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