Monday, May 31, 2010
Spirit of Tasmania Celebrates Their Silver Milestone!
To celebrate our 25th anniversary, Spirit of Tasmania is offering $25* fares for Ocean Recliners on night sailings - a massive saving of 80%! Book by 18 June 2010 for travel until 31 August unless sold out prior.
But hurry, there's just 50 fares available on every sailing. Plus, $25* Day Tickets are also available on day sailings from Devonport. Applies to travel between 20 July and 14 August 2010.
Spirit of Tasmania is also pleased to announce ‘25 Great Winter Deals’ to encourage travellers to make the most out of their holiday in Tasmania and Victoria. Twenty-five renowned Tasmanian and Victorian tourism operators have offered exclusive discounts for accommodation, restaurants and well-known attractions. These offers will be available online from 1 June to 6 August 2010 at spiritoftasmania.com.au
Spirit of Tasmania CEO Charles Griplas said: “Winter is a magical time to enjoy a break. In this special year for Spirit of Tasmania we have made it easy for visitors to get the best out of their holidays with our lowest ever $25* fares and an exceptional collection of great value offers. These are no ordinary offers, they represent extraordinary savings.
“Our ‘25 Great Winter Deals’ promotion isn’t our only celebratory initiative. We have some exciting events planned for the next couple of months including daily prize draws on board and a great initiative that will be inviting people to share the stories of their own special celebrations this year.”
TT-Line, operators of the iconic Spirit of Tasmania ships has transported more than 6 million passengers and 2.4 million vehicles over the past 25 years.
Today, Spirit of Tasmania’s fleet consists of two vessels – Spirit of Tasmania I and Spirit of Tasmania II. These vessels sail the 9 -11 hour journey between Devonport and Port Melbourne nightly with additional day sailings during peak periods. The ships transport thousands of families, couples, individuals, groups, pets and vehicles throughout the year and are the only passenger ships to operate between Tasmania and Victoria.
The company is also pleased to announce the launch of a new booking system and internet booking platform – an innovative step forward that will service Spirit of Tasmania for many years to come.
A history in the making…
• Abel Tasman (1985-1993)
• Spirit of Tasmania (1993 – 2002)
• Devil Cat (Peak seasons 1997- 2002)
• Spirit of Tasmania III (2004 – 2006)
• Ships Spirit of Tasmania I and II (2002 – present)
For more details on Spirit of Tasmania and the ’25 Great Winter Deals’ visit www.spiritoftasmania.com.au from 1 June.
*Conditions apply. Limited availability on selected sailings. Applies to travel from 1 June to 31 August 2010. Only available until sold out. 100% cancellation fee applies. No changes permitted.
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