Monday, March 1, 2010
Sail the Whitsundays this Easter - Free Nights Offer Won't 'crack' the Piggy Bank!
An Easter break cruising in the beautiful Whitsundays – what could be more pleasant? And with Sunsail Sailing Holidays giving away free nights, a well-deserved Easter break won’t see you ‘cracking’ open your piggy bank!
The world’s largest sailing holiday company is offering an additional night when paying for four, two free nights when you book five – meaning a week becomes very affordable - and three additional free nights when you book for seven, for those who have 10 days to spare. Departure dates are any time before April 30 2010.
And as a special Easter bonus for the kids, Sunsail is throwing in free use of two kayaks, so they can explore around the island coastlines and fringing coral.
“It’s not often you get something for nothing these days!” said Sunsail Sailing Holidays’ marketing manager Kim Silcock.
“If you fancy sailing around the beautiful Whitsunday Islands for a few days, now is the time, as Sunsail Sailing Holidays is giving away bonus free nights for Whitsunday departures before April 30.“
Sunsail guests also get the added bonus of the use of a free marina berth on vibrant Hamilton Island throughout their stay, with shops, restaurants and activities on offer.
“Things have been tight for a lot of people during 2009 and we’d like to kick off 2010 with a great Easter special so families can enjoy a well-earned break with their children and other family members or friends over the extended Easter period,” said Mrs Silcock.
“Some charterers will be sailing the beautiful Whitsundays for as little as $100* per person per night!”
Sunsail Sailing Holidays is based on Hamilton Island in the heart of the Whitsunday cruising ground, so guests can be at their first anchorage within hours of stepping off the plane.
Guests are met at Hamilton Island airport in the air-conditioned courtesy bus and taken to the base just three minutes away where they receive a thorough and easy-to-understand briefing on the boat’s state-of-the-art systems and equipment.
A wide choice of catamarans and monohulls are available to suit all group sizes and budgets and non-sailors can hire a Sunsail skipper to show them the ropes. The twice-daily radio contact with Sunsail’s expert staff ensures guests are always in safe hands.
So if you fancy Easter 2010 sailing in the beautiful Whitsunday Islands, phone Sunsail Sailing Holidays on 1800 803 988 or +61 7 4948 9509 or for more information go to: www.sunsail.com.au
* New bookings made before 31st March 2010 only & can not be used in conjunction with any other discount. Kayaks are subject to availability.
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