ecruising.travel will see holidaymakers cruising the French Riviera aboard luxury cruise liner Azamara Journey next May, and having a day and a night aboard in Monte Carlo for the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix*.
Originally priced from $6349pp twin-share, this package is now priced through ecruising.travel from just $3939pp twin share including return air and taxes from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth, and even shipboard gratuities.
There are also two hotel nights pre-cruise in Monaco, and transfers to Nice for Azamara Journey's 4-night cruise on May 26 2011 to Portofino in Italy, St Tropez in France, Monte Carlo for the day of the Grand Prix* and that night aboard ship as well.
The mid-size 690-guest Azamara Journey features complimentary wines with all gourmet lunches and dinners, 24-hour room service, and any-time bottled water, sodas, specialty coffees and teas.
She also offers an intimate environment with one crew member for every two guests, a Piano and Wine Bar, nightly live entertainment, daily enrichment programs, a pool, jogging track, spa and casino.
For full details phone 1300 369 848 or visit www.ecruising.travel; *entry to the Monaco Grand Prix is not included and holidaymakers need to make their own arrangements if wishing to attend.
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