Join Orion and discover the Great Barrier Reef whilst you enjoy a fantastic onboard program for food lovers. You will be joined by acclaimed chef Serge Dansereau of ‘The Bathers’ Pavilion’ who will be introducing new menus items. He will be accompanied by Greg Doyle of ‘Pier Restaurant’ and fellow gourmand Simon Johnson who will be hosting a series of tastings, workshops and demonstrations.
• New Menu Items introduced, dinners prepared and hosted by Serge
• Cheese, wine, olive oil & chocolate tasting & demonstration classes hosted by Serge, Greg & Simon
5 Night Itinerary - Cairns to Thursday Island Departing 20th April 2009
Visiting Lizard Island, Stanley Island, Orion Reef & Exclusive Island Retreat
Staterooms/Suites for the Food & Wine Experience start from $3,670 per person twin share. We can also offer sole occupancy from $4,315.
To make a booking call 1300 361 012 or +61 2 9033 8777 email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.orionexpeditions.com or see your travel agent.
Departing from Cairns on 20 April 2009, Orion will explore the islands of the Great Barrier Reef for 5 nights. The itinerary will include a beach barbeque, swimming, snorkelling, sea kayak exploration and cultural interaction with the Torres Strait Islanders in Thursday Island.
Although custom designed for expedition cruising, Orion is the epitome of elegance. Her luxurious appointments means she is more mega-yacht than cruise ship and her guests are few; just 50 couples, cared for by an experienced crew of 75. Life on board is relaxed and casually elegant. From gourmet meals to pampering at the beauty salon, you will rediscover your capacity for relaxation and indulgence.
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