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Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Ten weeks Beijing to Rome

NOW THAT'S A CRUISE

CRUISECO has what must be one of the longest and most relaxing fly, cruise and stay packages ever offered, a whole ten weeks from March 10 2013 aboard Oceania Cruises' luxury 680-passenger Nautica from Beijing to Rome via more than 30 ports in the South China Sea, Andaman Sea, the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, Suez Canal and the Mediterranean Sea.

Includes Economy Class return airfare and taxes from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide to Beijing and back from Rome, one night pre-cruise at the Fairmont Hotel Beijing including breakfast, 2 nights post cruise stay at the Empire Palace Hotel Rome with breakfast daily, airport/hotel/port transfers in both cities, all meals and entertainment aboard Nautica and even a US$500 per stateroom on board spending credit, as well as port and government fees and air taxes, Cruiseco's price starts from just $15,700pp twin-share.

Upgrade to Business Class airfare on the Beijing to Rome package from only $4,760 per person.

A shorter, just-under 7 weeks sector from Bangkok to Rome departing 4 April 2013 with return Economy Class international airfare from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide; one night pre cruise at the Amari Watergate Hotel Bangkok ; 46 night cruise aboard Nautica with US$500 on board spending credit and 2 night post-cruise stay at the Empire Palace Hotel Rome with breakfast daily; airport/hotel/port transfers in both cities, port charges, government fees and air taxes is available from only $11,140pp twin share.

Upgrade to Business Class airfare on the Bangkok to Rome package from only $4,390 per person.

Nautica will overnight in many ports of call allowing for the most-possible time for sightseeing and shopping; for detailed itineraries and the name of your nearest Cruiseco cruise-specialist travel agent visit www.cruising.com.au; valid for sale until September 30 2012, unless sold out earlier.

THE 30,000 tonne Nautica has eight dining outlets ranging from a traditional Grand Dining Room to a specialty Italian restaurant, a specialty Steakhouse, casual caf├ęs, a patisserie, pizzeria and complimentary 24-hour room service.

There are also eight lounges and bars, a cabaret lounge, casino, on-deck movies under the stars, a pool, two spas, Spa and Beauty Salon, gymnasium, jogging track, library, 24-hour internet, card room and duty free shop.

Other more unusual highlights include Wine and Cheese Tasting sessions, dance lessons, and a Scholarship at Sea on board learning centre.

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