Monday, January 12, 2009
Fiji Annual Sale
'First in Best Room' Cruise Sale
For the first time ever Captain Cook Cruises is breaking down the class divide with a 'First in Best Room Sale'. All levels of accommodation are being sold for the one amazing price where passengers can travel in the most expensive Tabua Stateroom for less than the brochure price of the lowest cabin!
The sale is valid on all Fiji 3, 4 and 7 night cruises, so book early and treat yourself to the best room on the ship and save up to 45%.
Aboard these discovery-style cruises passengers will enjoy an intimate and personal experience of the Yasawa Islands off the north-west coast of the main island of Fiji.
Special expedition cruises to the remote northern Fiji Islands also operate on selected dates during the year.
Guests will visit unspoiled Fijian villages and handicraft markets, experience a traditional village sevusevu ceremony and Meke and Lovo feast and even tour a village school.
As well as experiencing the Fijian culture there is plenty of time for relaxation. Snorkel over amazing coral reefs, laze on warm white sands, bask in crystal clear waters or dive in spectacular blue lagoons. Passengers can even take a glass bottom boat ride to witness the abundance of marine life that thrives on Fiji's coral reefs.
Passengers can choose to stay on-board the 120-passenger MV Reef Escape and be pampered at the ships Senikai Day Spa, or simply relax on the sun deck by the pool or at the pool bar.
'First in Best Room Sale' is on sale from 24 January 2009 until 16 March 2009 and valid for travel until 31 March 2010. Prices start from $897 twin share for the 3 night Southern Yasawa cruise, $1195 for the 4 night Northern Yasawa cruise and $1987 for the 7 night Yasawa Islands cruise and 7 night Northern Fiji Dateline Expedition cruise. Prices include all meals and most activities.
For reservations and enquiries please contact Captain Cook Cruises toll free on 1800 804 843, Int +61-2-9206 111, Email: email@example.com or visit www.captaincook.com.au
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