Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Boating holidays discounts in Europe
Specialist active holiday operator, Outdoor Travel, based in Bright, NE Victoria are delighted to offer Europe's largest fleet of over 1000 purpose built and fully equipped self-skippered houseboats ideal for families or small groups in the new Beautiful Boating Holidays brochure.
Easy to operate (no licence required) there are bases in the most popular regions of France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Italy, England, Ireland & Scotland.
Outdoor Travel's latest Le Boat / Crown Blue Line discount offers are listed below for all new bookings made between 1st – 31st January 2010:
Hire prices - before any discounts are applied - start from AU$1395 for a 3-berth Capri, AU$1555 per week for a 4-berth Consort or AU$1625 for a 5-berth Sheba in France or AU$1220 for a Capri on the Thames or Norfolk Broads in England or AU$1070 for a Town Star on the River Shannon in Ireland in low season from 2nd October onwards (see prices attached).
Boats are available weekly from March to November.
DISCOUNT OFFERS – SAVE UP TO AU$475 PER WEEK:
For more holiday options including the latest updates for 2010 see our website: http://www.outdoortravel.com.au/content/whats_new_holiday
Call our experienced reservation staff on our toll free number 1800 331 582 if you have any questions
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