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Book by September 30, 2018 Includes drinks, shore excursions and shipboard Wi-Fi

Australian cruise lovers seeking new horizons can save US$2000 per couple on a journey with boutique American cruise company, Victory Cruise Lines, through the Great Lakes and along the border between French Canada and the United States.

The earlvbird discount is valid for a nine-night cruise in July, 2019, from Montreal to Detroit aboard Victory Cruise Line’s new vessel, the 202-passenger Victory II, launched just last month.

Like its twin sister, Victory I, the intimate 6000-tonne ship is designed for coastal cruising, with all staterooms offering water views. Passengers also enjoy complimentary free-flowing wine, beer and spirits, a special free cocktail hour before dinner, indulgent high teas on sailing days, complimentary shore excursions, free Wi-Fi and a program of lectures by historians and naturalists specialising in the regions visited.

Purposely designed for ‘convivial, cultural cruising’, Victory’s two deluxe ships each boast a sun deck, wrap-around promenade deck, dining room serving fine cuisine, outdoor grill, two lounges and a tavern; while staterooms feature 100 per cent Egyptian cotton bedding, flat screen TV, bathrobe and personal cabin service.

Victory Cruise Lines has partnered with Australian small ship specialist, Cruise Traveller, to offer Australians the earlybird saving on Victory’s nine-night ‘French Canada and the Great Lakes’ cruise sailing from Montreal on July 12, 2019. Tracing a journey right along the Canada-USA border, the cruise follows the St Lawrence River and sails across the two vast lakes of Erie and Ontario to take in the French-flavoured Canadian cities of Montreal and also spectacular Quebec City, with its walled ramparts and imposing edifice of Chateau Frontenac, a grand hotel overlooking the cobblestoned city. Overnight stays are included in both cities to allow extended exploration.

The cruise also visits the multicultural Canadian city of Toronto and spectacular Niagara Falls, with passengers treated to a complimentary boat cruise to the misty base of the famous falls. The final stops are the US heartland cities of Cleveland and Detroit where the cruise ends.

Including all onboard meals, free-flowing drinks, shore excursions with local guides at every port and shipboard Wi-Fi, the nine-night ‘French Canada and the Great Lakes’ is available from US$5818 per person, twin-share, including the US$1000 discount if booked by September 30, 2018.

To book, consumers or travel  agents can call Cruise Traveller on 1800 507 777 or visit www.cruisetraveller.com.au

Direct link to package:  www.cruisetraveller.com.au/french-canada-great-lakes

Based in Miami, Victory Cruise Lines is a small ship line with sailings to the Great Lakes, eastern Canada  New England, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and Cuba. The company has two ships – Victory I and Victory II.

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