WorldSki Launches New Web Site for 2006/07 Season With Online Booking and Many New Features

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Leading independent Ski and Snowboard operator WorldSki have launched their new website for 2006/07 season with great new added online features. Search online for Ski package holidays in Europe and North America with all the top operators. WorldSki now offers an online “Ski Accommodation Only” finder allowing users to find the perfect Hotel, Apartment, Chalet or Condominium with ease. In addition, WorldSki also now offers Ski Hire, Ski Cover and Lift Passes all online.

Leading independent Ski and Snowboard operator WorldSki have this week launched their new website for 2006/07 season. With many great new online features and great online ski special offers, WorldSki offers you the right deal on ski holidays, ski accommodation and ski extras, simply compare the prices and book online. The new site features Snow Reports & Ski resort information

The new “Ski Accommodation” finder features many great Hotels, Chalets, Apartments and Condominiums deals across Europe and North America for the 2006/07 season, starting from as little as £55 per person for a week in France or from as little as £145 per person for a week in USA! WorldSki offers flexible duration and arrival days in many locations.

WorldSki offer simple and convenient online booking for the all important ski extras - lift passes, equipment hire and ski cover and these items can still be booked even if the actual holiday arrangements have been made elsewhere. Get a quote and book online and save; there are many great deals on listpasses booked online with WorldSki. WorldSki offers Ski cover for as little as £9 for individual, single trip cover, when booked online.

The great savings on accommodation and the ski extras combined with a simple booking method means that WorldSki continues to offer its customers real choice, convenience, flexibility and value for money on this year’s ski holiday, whether you are skiing in France, Skiing in Canada or Snowboarding in the USA.


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