Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Enticing Luxury Mediterranean Cruise Deals for Singles
And when booked through ecruising.travel, select fly, cruise and stay packages are currently almost half what they were originally selling for for couples or singles: for example Azamara Quest from Rome to Barcelona on November 13 this year now starts from just $4129pp twin-share including return air from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide or Brisbane, a hotel night pre-cruise and another post-cruise, onboard dining, entertainment and gratuities.
For singles, its from just $4769 with a stateroom to themselves, and Rome and Barcelona hotel rooms to themselves.
And book a package with an outside stateroom from just a few hundred dollars more, and whether twin-share or single, you’ll receive US$500 per stateroom in Onboard Spending Credits if booked by June 30.
The mid-size Azamara Quest, that carries under 700 guests, sails from Rome on October 16 and again on November 13 this year, visiting Sorrento (over-night in port,) Taormina on Sicily, Valletta (Malta,) and Mahon on Majorca.
Full details phone 1300 369 848 or visit www.ecruising.travel
ADDITIONAL SHIPBOARD INFORMATION: Azamara Quest carries under 700-guests, has two specialty restaurants, a range of bars, lounges and a nightclub, spa and fitness centre, and a selection of onboard shops.
There’s also a casino, selected cultural seminars, lectures and culinary demonstrations, hosted game shows and movies.
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