Saturday, October 10, 2009
CRUISE ANTARCTIC WATERS CHRISTMAS & CAPE HORN NEW YEAR
This rare package includes return Premium Economy air with Qantas from Sydney to Buenos Aires, a night pre-cruise there in the Marriott Plaza with breakfast and private car transfers from airport to hotel to ship, a night in the Sheraton Santiago with breakfast and private car transfers and air back to BA.
Nineteen nights aboard the 6-star Crystal Symphony to the Antarctic Peninsula include a night aboard in Buenos Aires, all onboard gourmet dining, bottled water, soft drinks and speciality coffees… and with Christmas Day celebrated grandly while cruising the South Atlantic Ocean, New Year's revels cruising the Drake Passage and New Year's Day rounding Cape Horn.
Other ports of call include Montevideo, Puerto Madryn, Port Stanley in the Falklands, Ushuaia, Punta Arenas, Puerto Montt and Valparaiso for Santiago.
There will be two days cruising the South Atlantic Ocean, three cruising the majestic Antarctic Peninsula and two cruising the Chilean Fjords.
Because of the strong growth of our dollar against the US in which this cruise was initially priced, CruiseMart has the complete indulgence package that departs on December 19 from $17,799pp twin-share in an Obstructed Oceanview stateroom; Private Verandah staterooms start from $18,899pp.
Full details on toll-free 1300 305 920 or www.cruisemart.com.au
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