Tuesday, June 1, 2010
50% off worlds best seadream through greek islands
IF you are a quick decision-maker, will be in Europe this Northern Summer and will have a spare week up your sleeve, you can give yourself 7-nights aboard the world's highest-rated boutique motor-cruisers through the Greek Islands at a saving of over 50%.
SeaDream I that carries just 112 guests in 56 staterooms served by 95 crew, will sail a bargain-value Greek Island holiday on September 11 this year with prices including all 5-star dining, wines with lunch and dinner, beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks from the bars, nightly cocktail gatherings, power and sail watersports (in ports where permitted,) mountain bikes for shoreside excursions, a 30-course golf simulator, gratuities and port charges and taxes.
And the price that was originally advertised from US$9327pp twin-share is now from US$4426pp for this 7-night sailing from Dubrovnik to Athens by way of Parga, Itea, a transit of the historic Corinth Canal, Mykonos, Kusadasi, Santorini and Sifnos Island.
Other heavily-discounted 7-night voyages through the Greek Islands depart these same ports plus Venice and Istanbul on select dates between July 3 and September 25; bookings need to be made and paid before July 1 2010.
For full details phone Cruise Specialist Holidays on 1300 79 49 59.
Posted by rodeime
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