AN amazing 53 nights cruising in 4 star indulgence from Southampton to Sydney by way of South America and the South Pacific; and 50 nights from Southampton to Brisbane is selling aboard P&O’s 83,000 tonne, child-free Arcadia on January 5 next year from only $9,900pp twin share to Brisbane and $12,095pp twin share to Sydney.
And when booked through Cruiseco before December 01 this year it includes two nights pre cruise stay at the Hilton London Tower Bridge Hotel with breakfast daily, all meals and entertainment aboard Arcadia, port charges, government fees and one way Economy Class airfare and air taxes from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
Alternatively, Arcadia sails back to Southampton from Sydney on February 28 2013 via the South Pacific, USA, Mexico, the Panama Canal, Caribbean and Portugal. Guests can also join Arcadia in Brisbaneand have a full day and night aboard in Sydney with prices starting from $8,580pp twin share for 46 nights departing Sydney and $8,950pp for 49 nights departing Brisbane.
Again all on board meals and entertainment, port charges, government fees, two nights post cruise stay at the Hilton London Tower Bridge Hotel with breakfast daily, and one way Economy Class airfare and taxes from London to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide (deduct $85pp to Perth) are included.
For fully-detailed itineraries and the name of your nearest Cruiseco cruise-specialist travel agent go to www.cruising.com.au. *Unless sold out earlier.
On her sailing from Southampton, Arcadia will call at 16 ports in the Canary Islands, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, French Polynesia, Fiji and New Caledonia – with highlights including two days and an overnight in Buenos Aires, a sail-by of Chile’s Amalia and Pio X Glaciers, and for those sailing to Sydney a day and night aboard in Sydney before disembarking.
On her return journey Arcadia will visit fourteen ports in New Zealand, Samoa, Hawaii, USA, Mexico, the Netherlands Antilles, Barbados and Portugal, with highlights including a full day and night in Napier New Zealand and another full day and night in San Francisco.
Written by : David Ellis