Monday, January 11, 2010
Everyday is a Holiday with $49 tickets on board Spirit!
Start the new year on a high with Spirit of Tasmania’s seriously low $49 Day Tickets! For a limited time, you can purchase a Day Ticket from just $49 per person each way for travel between 25 January and 19 March 2010.
It all starts here – spectacular views, delicious food, great entertainment and fun. From the moment you drive on board, you’ll feel your worries fade away. It’s time to relax, unwind and enjoy the ride.
Day Tickets give you the freedom to move around the ship as you please without a seat allocation. Embrace the ocean views, stroll along the deck and taste the salty sea breeze - there’s nothing quite like it. Catch up with friends and have a drink at Horizons Bar, indulge in the a la carte menu at Seasons Restaurant or grab a snack at Lattetude Café Bar.
Leave the kids to be entertained by face painters, puppeteers and live bands while you catch a quiet moment in the cinema which screens two complimentary movies throughout the voyage. Upgrade your day ticket to a cabin for an extra $60 per cabin and retire in privacy for a mid-afternoon nap.
“During the summer time, Tasmania is the best place to cool down – you’ll love the freedom of being able to hit the road and see it all at your own pace,” said Spirit of Tasmania CEO, Charles Griplas.
Whether you’re heading off on a family adventure or sneaking away to a romantic escape, take your car or caravan for a great value getaway. Offer ends 23 January 2010 unless sold out prior.
Visit spiritoftasmania.com.au or call 13 20 10 now.
*Conditions apply. Limited availability. Valid on Monday, Thursday and Friday day sailings between 25/01/10 and 19/03/10. No changes permitted. 100% cancellation fee applies. $5 fee per person each way applies to non-internet bookings
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