Tuesday, April 20, 2010
2-Night 5-Star Cruise Like No Two Nights You’ve Ever Had
IF you’ve a special-occasion celebration coming up, or simply want to say a unique Thank You to that unique person in your life, cruise with them out of Sydney Harbour in November next year for “two nights to nowhere” on a 5-star liner that most can only dream about finding themselves aboard.
Royal Caribbean International’s Radiance of the Seas super-liner will become one of the talking points of Sydney when she visits in November 2011, and on November 18 (2011) she’ll sail at ten o’clock at night through the city’s harbour lights for 2-nights of 5-star indulgence – that through ecruising.travel will start from just $469pp twin-share, which is $280pp below some-previously advertised prices.
And it will include all onboard dining from a choice of 5-star restaurants, grills and cafés, port charges and taxes, and even onboard gratuities – making for one of the grandest 2-nights you’ve ever had, and one of the best-priced.
Go onto www.ecruising.travel and book this amazing package online; ecruising is the only Australian cruise company to offer this facility, and also accepts online bookings for all other ships of Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: As Radiance of the Seas cruises off the NSW coast, guests will have a choice of activities ranging from the indoor/outdoor Country Club with golf simulator, 9-hole Miniature Golf Course, a Day Spa and Fitness Centre, Solarium, Rock-climbing Wall, Youth Facilities, Kids Waterslide, Basketball/Volleyball Court, Pool Tables, a Casino and a range of Themed Bars and Lounges.
The 2500-passenger Radiance of the Seas will be the first “21st century superliner” to visit Australia, and will offer more open space than any other cruise ship of her size, including acres of glass windows for picture-perfect viewing.
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