See the quarter-finals, semi-finals, Bronze Final or Final on an 8 or 13 night cruise of a lifetime aboard Rhapsody of the Seas, exclusively chartered by Cruiseco, for Rugby World Cup 2011, New Zealand
Be a part of the largest sporting event in 2011 hosted by a sports-loving nation, so rich in Rugby heritage and tradition – whilst effortlessly cruising beautiful New Zealand aboard a World-class superliner.
Enjoy breath-taking panoramic views, luxurious amenities and exquisite
cuisine in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Celebrate in one of the many bars and lounges following an onboard programme of events, hosted by Rugby personalities.
Cruiseco, an Official Travel Agent for this upcoming exciting event have combined either an 8 night Auckland return or 13 night Auckland to Sydney cruise - including official match tickets to the quarter-finals, semi-finals, Bronze Final and Finals, transfers to matches from/to the ship, Event Branded Merchandise, on board programme of events hosted by Rugby personalities, port charges and on board gratuities.
Indulge in Rugby fever at this world class sporting event.
8 night Auckland return cruise departs 6 October 2011 and starts from only $3,270^per person, twin share
13 night Auckland to Sydney cruise departs 14 October 2011 and starts from only $8,130^per person, twin share
^These rates are indicative only and are subject to change. Full details and pricing will be released in January 2010.
TO REGISTER NOW …Phone 1800 225 656 for the name of the nearest of Cruiseco's 170-cruise specialist travel agencies Australia-wide or visit www.cruising.com.au
Sunday, January 3, 2010
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