Tuesday, September 8, 2009
CRUISE WEST WAIVES SINGLE SUPPLEMENT FEE FOR ANTARCTICA VOYAGE
Cruise West (www.cruisewest.com), the worlds leading provider of small-ship explorations to the most fascinating destinations on earth, is waiving the single supplement fee for its 18-night ultimate Antarctica voyage departing February 2010.
"We found that the majority of guests interested in participating on our Antarctica voyage are singles, and when you think about it, it makes sense. Every person has their own unique 'bucket list' that may not have the same appeal for their normal traveling companions, said Vice President of Sales & Marketing Richard Genovese. "Cruise West would like to give these guests the opportunity to follow their dream and not be penalized financially for doing so."
The exclusive 18-night Antarctica voyage departs February 7, 2010, and includes one night in Buenos Aires at the lovely Palacio Duhua – Park Hyatt Hotel, roundtrip air from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia and all excursions. Traveling on board the 114-guest, all-suite Corinthian II, guests will explore such sites as the Falkland, South Georgia and Orkney Islands as well as the Antarctic Peninsula and the myriad of islands that dot its shore. February is optimum viewing season for marine mammals and natural history observation – the penguin chicks have fledged and there is an increase in food supply. Guests will encounter extraordinary opportunities to view Rockhopper penguins in the remote British outpost of the Falkland Islands and thousands of King penguins and nesting grounds of wandering albatross in South Georgia.
The voyage also features a visit to Palmer Station, one of the three United States research stations located in Antarctica. Famed oceanographer Dr. Don Walsh – named one of the world's great explorers by Life magazine – will lead onboard lectures and discussions concerning the state of Antarctica. In addition, an expert of staff eight naturalists will offer presentations and commentary on the flora, fauna, history and geology of the region.
Prices start at $13,899 (US dollars) per person. For further details about this itinerary visit http://www.cruisewest.com/antarctica-cruises, call 800-296-8307 or a travel professional.
~Up-Close, Casual and Personal Explorations ~
Cruise West (http://www.cruisewest.com) believes that small is beautiful. Small-ship explorations allow up-close, casual and personal experiences unmatched by the traditional larger cruise lines. For more than 63 years Cruise West has provided authentic travel experiences where the destination is the focus. Nine small ships with guest capacities ranging from 78-138 explore remote and distinctive destinations throughout the globe. A robust onboard enrichment program further enhances the guest experience through topical guest lecturers, additional exploration by zodiac and included excursions at every port.
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