Sunday, August 2, 2009
CRUISE MIDDLE EAST’S MOST ANCIENT – WITH A STEP INTO THE FUTURE
The 5-star Brilliance of the Seas is the focus of these packages, sailing 5-nights from Dubai to Muscat in Oman, Fujairah and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, Mina in Bahrain and back to Dubai
The package also includes day-use of a room at the elegant Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa in Dubai and a night pre-cruise onboard ship, and another post-cruise onboard in Dubai for additional sightseeing and some of the best shopping bargains anywhere.
Prices for this luxury package start from as low as $3479pp twin-share, including return air and taxes from mainland capitals, all onboard dining and entertainment, a vast selection of onboard sporting and recreational facilities, and onboard gratuities.
For a fully-detailed colour brochure phone 1800 225 656 for the name of your nearest Cruiseco cruise-specialist travel agency Australia-wide or visit www.cruising.com.au; Prices are subject to availability at time of booking.
ADDITIONAL SHIPBOARD INFORMATION: The 2500-passenger Brilliance of the Seas has two restaurants, a steakhouse, two cafes and a coffee shop, three bars and lounges, casino, musical stage productions and Las Vegas-inspired floor shows, a rock-climbing wall, putting green and golf simulator, fitness centre and spa, jogging/walking track, basketball court, kids club and a solarium.
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