Cruise Diary: When to spot Disney Wonder as it arrives in Sydney for the first time

The Disney Wonder embodies the Disney Cruise Line tradition of blending the elegant grace of early 20th century transatlantic ocean liners with contemporary design to create a stylish and spectacular cruise ship. (Todd Anderson, photographer)
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    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.

    Royal Princess (Supplied)

    Royal Princess
    Monday 23 October

    Coral Princess

    Coral Princess

    Wednesday 25 October

    Disney Wonder.

    Disney Wonder

    Friday 27 October
    Arrives 4:30 am – Departs 7 pm

    Carnival Splendor (Supplied)

    Carnival Splendor
    Friday 27 October

     Brilliance of the Seas.

    Brilliance of the Seas
    Sunday 29 October

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