Wednesday, 22 June 2011

CRUISECO’S MANY OPTIONS FOR THOSE WITH SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE

CRUISECO has an exclusive seven sailings in Outside Cabins aboard the small, 350-passenger Spirit of Adventure as she makes her way from the Middle East to Australia later this year, spends some time sailing Australian and South Pacific waters, and then cruises from Brisbane to Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia in late January 2012.

Prices begin from as low as $1459pp twin-share for a 7-night sailing from Limassol in Cyprus on September 15 this year, visiting Alexandria for Cairo, Port Said, a transit of the Suez Canal, Safaga in Egypt, and Aqaba in Jordan where there is night aboard ship.

For those wanting to cruise both closer to home and for longer, there is a 16-night sailing from Benoa on Bali on December 1 this year, visiting Kupang in West Timor, Darwin, Thursday Island, Cooktown, Dunk Island, a day at Fitzlan Anchorage on the Barrier Reef, Brisbane, Newcastle (for the Hunter Valley wine country,) and Sydney. Prices begin from $3334pp twin-share.

Prices on these sailings are cruise-only, including Outside Cabin accommodation, dining in a choice of formal or casual venues, nightly entertainment, and guest lecture programs and enrichment activities.

For full details, itineraries and prices of Cruiseco's five other exclusive Spirit of Adventure sailings in Outside Cabins, air fares, and the names of Cruiseco's 200 cruise-specialist travel agencies visit www.cruising.com.au.

Spirit of Adventure has a pool, health spa, beauty salon, fitness room, library, internet, and bicycles at no-charge for those wishing to explore ashore on their own.

Because of her size, Spirit of Adventure is able to visit less accessible and more unusual ports on these sailings than many larger vessels.