Captain Cook Cruises are pleased to announce plans to join forces with Cairns based Coral Princess Cruises to further the growth of their Great Barrier Reef cruise Division.
As part of this development Reef Endeavour will be withdrawn from service on 25 February 2008 and will be sold.
Passengers with Cruise bookings on Reef Endeavour past this date may transfer to a 3 or 4 night Coral Princess Barrier Reef cruise of similar itinerary at the booked price.
Alternatively, passengers may transfer to Reef Escape in Fiji, Murray Princess on the Murray River or Captain Cook’s Explorer 2night or dining cruises on Sydney Harbour at a 50% discount or, alternatively, receive a full refund.
Captain Cook Cruises deeply regrets the departure of Reef Endeavour after twelve memorable years cruising the Barrier Reef and wishes to thank the Masters, Officers and Crew who have continuously provided an outstanding product and passengers who sailed in her and the travel industry for their vital support.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
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