Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Save Up To 50 Per Cent-Plus On Rome-London Fly/ Cruise
Online cruise specialist, ecruising.travel has an out-of-the-ordinary sailing aboard the 5-star Crown Princess from Rome to Southampton in this year’s European summer: she’ll visit ten ports in just over a fortnight from June 8 in Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Scotland and Belgium.
Equally enticing is the price: book direct through ecruising.travel and it begins from $4099pp twin-share – a saving of 45-per cent on originally advertised prices – including return air from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth, a hotel-night in Rome pre-cruise, a whole fifteen nights aboard Crown Princess with all onboard dining and entertainment, and air and other taxes.
Even a Balcony Cabin that originally cost from $11,399pp twin-share is selling from $5249pp, a huge 54-per cent saving through ecruising.travel
For full details phone 1300 369 848 or visit www.ecruising.travel
ADDITIONAL SHIPBOARD DETAILS: Crown Princess sails from Rome’s port of Civitavecchia on June 8 this year; guests can indulge themselves in a choice of dining options including a set-time Traditional Dining room, a choice of two Anytime Dining Restaurants, three Specialty Restaurants in which cover charges apply, a 24-hour International Café*, a Buffet & Bistro, Café, Wine & Seafood Bar*, Pizza and Ice Cream Bar, a Grill serving burgers and hot dogs, daily Afternoon Tea service and 24hr Room Service; (*normal charges apply to select items).
There are four pools including ride-the-waves and swim-against-the-current, six hot tubs, an Adults-Only spa, basketball and paddle tennis courts, a jogging track, gym and fitness areas, 9-hole putting course, virtual golf simulator, 24hr Internet Café, library, and boutiques selling Duty Free goods and with 30-per cent discounts on designer clothing, jewellery and cosmetics.
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