Island Fruits New Zealand Exploration Gay Group Cruise 2024

13 Mar – 24 Mar 2024

The best gay group cruise from Australia!

Escape and indulge on a relaxed luxury resort at sea.

  • Round trip departing Sydney 13th March 2024
  • 5 ports of call and 3 stunning ‘sounds’ to explore
  • 4 sea days to indulge yourself onboard
  • 11 nights of fun, connection, relaxation, gourmet dining and cruising!
  • Freestyle Fares start from just $246 per person per day twin share with bonus Onboard Credit and our “Gay Layer” of extras!

Ready to come cruising?

Are you looking for a fun, safe vacation close to home?

Would you like to explore gorgeous coastal cities with endless sightseeing opportunities during the day
and then enjoy the best dining afloat with new friends each night?

Are you ready to enjoy yourself with a little bit of pampering and luxury?

Gay Group Cruise group of men dressed as pirates

Imagine travelling with a fun group of like-minded people with your own personal hosts to look after you and guide you on how to get the most out of your holiday, and how to travel safely in this post-COVID world.

With increased safety protocols onboard, and increased demand for quality vacations that show great value, cruising is a wonderful solution and is enjoying a strong comeback. Riding this resurgent ”wave” of interest in cruising, we are offering a number of fabulous cruising options over the coming months, including…

The Island Fruits New Zealand Exploration, our next “gay group cruise”, departing Sydney for 11 nights of modern luxury, travelling to Aotearoa, “The Land Of The Long White Cloud”.

A land that was created by volcanoes and then calmed by glaciers.

Ports of call include:

  • Picton
  • Napier
  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Dunedin
  • Dusky Sound
  • Doubtful Sound, and
  • Milford Sound.
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