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Across Oceania and the Islands of the Pacific

December 21, 2019 - February 15, 2020
(Yokohama, Japan-Yokohama, Japan/57 days)

January 3 - January 20, 2020
(Bali, Indonesia - Sydney, Australia/18 days)

January 3 - February 15, 2020
(Bali, Indonesia - Yokohama, Japan/44 days)

Across Oceania and the Islands of the Pacific

Across Oceania and the Islands of the Pacific

December 21, 2019 - February 15, 2020
(Yokohama, Japan-Yokohama, Japan/57 days)

January 3 - January 20, 2020
(Bali, Indonesia - Sydney, Australia/18 days)

January 3 - February 15, 2020
(Bali, Indonesia - Yokohama, Japan/44 days)

The ship will make its way to Bali, the Island of the Gods, before heading further south down the land of wild nature and unique creatures, Australia. The ship will also visit the vast expanse of Milford sound, sculpted through time, and lastly weave through the beautiful ocean and islands across the sea.

5 fantastic Australian ports

5 fantastic Australian ports

Boasting both a modern skyline and beautiful natural environment, Australia's isolation has led to the evolution of some truly unique natural features.

Cruising Milford Sound

Cruising Milford Sound

Onwards to Milford Sound, one of the worlds most renowned fjords, and a registered Natural World Heritage Site. With mountains and inlets sculpted through time, the expansive vistas are truly a sight to behold.

New Caledonia - Like Heaven on earth

New Caledonia - Like Heaven on earth

With the one of the largest lagoons in the world, beautiful colonial architecture, yacht harbours and just a touch of France, New Caledonia is a port unlike any other.

Yokohama, JapanDec 21
Kobe, JapanDec 22
Xiamen, ChinaDec 26
Cebu, the PhilippinesDec 29-30
Bali, IndonesiaJan 3-4
Perth (Fremantle), AustraliaJan 8-9
Adelaide, AustraliaJan 13
Melbourne, AustraliaJan 15
Tasmania, AustraliaJan 17
Sydney, AustraliaJan 20
Sailing through Milford Sound
Christchurch [Lyttelton], New ZealandJan 26
Auckland, New ZealandJan 29
Noumea, New CaledoniaFeb 2
Guadalcanal [Honiara], Solomon IslandFeb 5
Rabaul, Papua New GuineaFeb 7
Yokohama, JapanFeb 15
Kobe, JapanFeb 16

About Our Ship

Since its first voyage in 1983, Peace Boat has chartered a number of passenger ships to organize our voyages, adapting the onboard spaces to provide a unique and dynamic environment for its participants.

Our current ship, the Ocean Dream, was built in 1981 in Denmark, and has excellent facilities providing a unique and dynamic environment for the Peace Boat experience. Although it may look like a regular cruise from the outside, a Peace Boat voyage is very different from the traditional model.​

Cabins

Whether traveling with family or friends,
there is a wide range of cabins to match every lifestyle and budget.​​

Pair Type

Capacity : 2
Area : 14m2
Bed : Twin
Deck : 4-7
Facilities : Shower, Toilet, TV, Hairdryer

Friendly Type

Capacity : 4
Area : 14m2
Bed : Upper and lower berths
Deck : 4-7
Facilities : Shower, Toilet, TV, Hairdryer

Single Type

Capacity : 1
Area : 14m2
Bed : Double
Deck : 4-7
Facilities : Shower, Toilet, TV, Hairdryer

Enquiry

For Enquiries, please provide us with your email address and WA mobile number.
We will send you details of the cruise.
We will also send you updates of our cruise and future events from Peace Boat.

Travel Agent in Indonesia

CRUISE CENTRE

Address
Jl. Hayam Wuruk 125AB, Jakarta 11180 - Indonesia
Tel
+62 21 2601888
SMS/WA
+62 816 958360
Fax
+62 21 2601968
Email
Website
www.cruisecentre.co.id/index.html