Monday, August 24, 2009
Save $2000 on Auckland to Sydney Fly, Cruise, Stay
SAVE AUD$2000 a couple on a 13-night fly, cruise and stay package from Auckland to Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney aboard mega-liner Diamond Princess in January next year, simply by booking through ecruising.travel
The package includes one-way air from Sydney or Melbourne to Auckland, air taxes, a night in Auckland at the Stamford Plaza with breakfast, and twelve nights aboard the spectacular 116,000 tonne Diamond Princess – one of the largest cruise ships to visit Sydney.
Diamond Princess sails from Auckland on January 16 2010, visiting Tauranga, Lyttleton for Christchurch, Port Chalmers for Dunedin, a full-day’s scenic cruise of the Fjordland National Park, Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney.
The price now starts from just AUD$1599pp twin-share through ecruising.travel (down from AUD$2599pp) including all dining in the traditional International Dining Room, either of four Anytime Dining restaurants, or a 24-hour buffet; there’s also the choice of two Speciality dining venues in which cover charges apply.
Diamond Princess also has a Wine & Caviar Bar, three lounges and bars, a patisserie, ice cream bar, pizzeria, a hamburger and hot dog grill, and daily traditional afternoon tea.
Onboard facilities include four pools, hot tubs, a spa, gym and fitness area, nine-hole putting course, virtual golf simulators, jogging track, shuffleboard and centre court, art exhibitions and lectures on areas visited.
For full details phone 1300 369 848 or visit www.ecruising.travel
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