Thursday 15 January 2015

Private charters for Burma and Galapagos

MAJOR internet cruising operator is broadening the diversity of its already extensive cruise catalogue for 2016 by exclusively chartering two new ships to operate unique cruise-tour itineraries which have already reached 50 percent capacity.

The two luxurious vessels, currently under construction, are APT's the RV Samantha and Ecoventura's MV Origin (pic above).

Managing director Brett Dudley said ecruising is constantly searching the world for new types of cruise experiences to add to its already comprehensive choice of exclusive packages.

"These great opportunities have already proven popular with past ecruising passengers and members of our POSH Club Loyalty Program, but also have high appeal for first-time ecruising travellers who are looking for a different cruise experience."

Ecruising will use the newly built ships in its trade mark format of high-end fly/tour/cruise packages which the company is renowned for. These two new itineraries will include return economy airfares from Australia,  pre and post five star accommodation, cruise accommodation with all meals and sightseeing, land touring and transportation.

For 2016 the MV Smanatha will be exclusively charter for an 18-night cruise tour including a 14 night cruise on Myanmar's historic Irrawaddy River from Yangon to Mandalay.

The second unique opportunity will be aboard MV Origin, the most luxurious ship to sail Galapagos, for a 19-night adventure including a seven-night journey around the Galapagos Islands.

More details available from on 1300 369 848 or visit

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