Recently rebranded luxury European river cruise operator Amadeus River Cruises has extended its early bird discount until 10 December 2016after the initial release proved to be a marked success for the operator whose mission it is to provide the same high-end luxury voyages at significantly reduced prices than its competitors.
McLachlan Tours, the nation’s exclusive wholesaler for Amadeus River Cruises is offering guests who book by 10 December 2016 a 15% early bird discount on all 2017 river cruises. Additionally, agents will receive an extra special introductory offer, earning $200 per person booked on any itinerary and cabin type for 2017 cruises.
Gil McLachlan, CEO, McLachlan Travel Group, said: “What differentiates Amadeus River Cruises from many of its competitors, is the fact guests can choose whether to purchase an all-inclusive package, or to explore ports by themselves and create their own adventure”.
“With every cruise purchased, gourmet dining on board is included, as well as free-flowing beer, local wine and soft drinks with lunch and dinner; however, guests are now invited to create their own on-shore experiences -or to choose from a range of ‘aÌ la carte’ shore excursion packages.”
Bookings should be made by 5.30pm on 10 December 2016. For more information on Amadeus River Cruises, or to book, visit amadeus-rivercruises.com.au or call 1300-269-228.
To receive a copy of the new 2017 brochure from Amadeus, please email [email protected]
McLachlan Tours also offers the opportunity to pair an Amadeus River Cruise with a land tour taking in the key battlefields of the Western Fronts in France and Belgium, operated by Australia’s leading war history tour operator, Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours. A special 5% discount will apply to any battlefield tour booked with an Amadeus River Cruise. 2017 marks the Centenary Anniversaries of the Battles of Bullecourt and Passchendaele in April and October respectively, providing a key time to visit this region. Other tours that can be booked with an Amadeus River Cruise include the Fall of the Third Reich, Beersheba and Anzac Day on the Western Front as well as other popular Western Front Explorer Tours.