One of the more unusual South Pacific cruise holidays for those seeking the out-of-the-ordinary, departs Lima in Peru next January for Easter and Pitcairn Islands, Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Hobart and Sydney.
And making this 34-night cruise all the more memorable is that it is aboard Saga Ruby that offers a unique cruising experience of classic yesteryear English graciousness, ambience and indulgence for just 660-guests.
Cruiseco has a fly, cruise and stay package that includes air and taxes from Sydney to Lima, two nights in Buenos Aires with breakfasts daily, a Buenos Aires City Tour and Dinner Show, transfers and a night in Lima with breakfast.
Saga Ruby will sail from Lima’s port of Callao on January 28 2010 for a day at Easter Island with a launch or tender landing, a day at anchor off Pitcairn Island*, and days ashore in Papeete, Bora Bora, Apia, Suva, and Lautoka.
In New Zealand there’s a day each in the Bay of Islands, Auckland, Tauranga, Napier, Wellington, Lyttleton (Christchurch,) Dunedin, a cruise of the New Zealand Fjords, followed by Tasmania and a day in Hobart, and Sydney.
37-night Fly, Cruise and Stay prices start from $11,695pp twin-share and are subject to availability at time of booking; for more details phone 1800 225 656 or visit www.cruising.com.au for the name of your nearest Cruiseco cruise specialist Australia-wide. *Passengers do not go ashore on Pitcairn Island.
SAGA RUBY offers an elegant, award-winning Dining Room with anytime nightly dining between 6.45pm and 9pm, a casual Lido Café for breakfast and lunch, traditional English Afternoon Tea, several bars and lounges, a ballroom and live stage entertainment, spa, library and computer centre.
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