Monday, June 8, 2009
Travel Solo Minus the Hefty Surcharge
Traditionally singles travelling alone, pay the same cost for their accommodation as a couple, which is normally a 100% increase on a twin share per person price.
"A lot of our competitors charge a 75% or even 100% solo surcharge, so we feel we are offering exceptional value." said Jackie Charlton, Joint Managing Director, Captain Cook Cruises.
Small ship cruising is a great option for single travellers allowing them to easily meet other passengers. Captain Cook Cruises accommodated vessels sleep up to only 120 passengers, so cruises are very intimate and solo travellers can meet other solo travellers or groups of people and make lifelong friends
Captain Cook Cruises offer 3, 4 and 7 night cruises in Fiji and on the Murray River and a 2 night Weekend Explorer cruise on Sydney Harbour.
Fiji cruises onboard the Reef Escape start from $1500 for sole occupancy, Murray River cruises onboard the Murray Princess start from $944 for sole occupancy and the two night Sydney Harbour cruise onboard the Captain Cook Explorer starts from $588 for sole occupancy.
Cruise prices include all meals, guided tours, onboard entertainment and use of the ship's facilities.
For reservations and enquiries please contact Captain Cook Cruises toll free on 1800 804 843, Int +612-9206 1111 or visit www.captaincook.com.au
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