Monday, April 5, 2010
28-NIGHT SMALL-SHIP CRUISE THROUGH 22 MEDITERRANEAN PORTS
Make a quick decision before April 17 and you can enjoy huge 25 per cent savings aboard an extended 28-night Mediterranean cruise on the luxury small-ship, Spirit of Adventure in October and November this year – journeying through no fewer than twenty-two ports in a dozen countries.
You'll also get two-nights pre-cruise in Valletta in Malta with breakfasts, two-nights post-cruise in Limassol (Cyprus) again with breakfasts included – and while cruising with Spirit of Adventure enjoy the bonus of a choice of shore excursions in most ports of call at no extra cost.
The 350-passenger Spirit of Adventure will sail from Valletta on October 14, visiting Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Syria and Cyprus.
Book before April 17 and Cruiseco, a consortium of 170 cruise-specialist travel agents Australia-wide, has this exceptional fly, cruise and stay package priced from just $8295pp twin-share including return air and taxes from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, the 2-night hotel stays pre- and post-cruise, 28-nights aboard Spirit of Adventure with all meals, entertainment, destination lectures, shore excursions in most ports, and port charges.
From Perth prices start from a slightly-less $8244pp twin-share; for a full itinerary, ship details and the name of your nearest Cruiseco cruise-specialist travel agency, go onto www.cruising.com.au
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