...it’s hard to think of a destination which offers so much diversity within such relatively small distances.
London and Corsham, Wiltshire (PRWEB UK) 26 June 2013
Well, the itinerary in question is called “Australian Interludes”, a Regent Seven Seas luxury cruise departing in January next year. That’s rather hiding the fact that although the cruise starts in Sydney, thereafter all ports of call are in New Zealand.
It’s no secret that New Zealand is an unbeatable destination and there’s a high chance of it being on most people’s wish-list. Nor is it unrecognised that New Zealand’s amazing landscapes are even more striking when approached from the sea and because of its shape and topography many of the highlights are more easily reached by boat. Perhaps less well known are the fabulous experiences that are offered by a variety of cruise lines visiting New Zealand and the exceptional value they offer.
The real secret in the Regent Seven Seas offering is the new lower fares, starting from £4199pp for a Deluxe Category F suite, making it even better value for the luxury onboard experience, the extent of the all-inclusive offering and the range of included shore excursions. For this 10-night cruise, thirteen excursions from which to choose are included, making it possible to see the very best of the country without worrying about the final bill.
Having spent five weeks earlier this year really getting under the skin of the country, Kit Williams says “it’s hard to think of a destination which offers so much diversity within such relatively small distances. Many of the real highlights of our trip were most easily reached from the water and because of the shape of the two islands, the inland areas are easy travelling distances from the main cruise ports. With short travelling times between ports cruise guests will have plenty of time to discover and savour the country."
For discerning travellers who would normally book a luxury hotel or a balcony stateroom, it’s hard to beat the Regent Seven Seas package where so much is included.
Sailing on the stunning all-balcony, all suite Seven Seas Voyager, carrying just 700 guests, the 10-night luxury cruise will visit South Island’s Fjordland coast and then sail practically the full length of South and North Island, finishing in Auckland. Deluxe Suites in Category H and G are already “Wait Listed” but there is availability from Category F Deluxe Suites, Concierge Suites and upwards. With the newly released fare for a Category F suite from £4,199pp this represents remarkable value for an exceptional experience.
Many cruise passengers will choose to extend their holiday on land in New Zealand. For this sailing there is the extra option of a 3-night luxury land programme in Sydney or Auckland from only £599pp.
Regent Fares include flights, unlimited Shore Excursions, 1-night pre-cruise luxury hotel package (on this voyage and many others), beverages including fine wines and premium spirits, pre-paid gratuities, ground transfers, in-suite mini-bar replenished daily, 24-hour room service, and much more.
For more information about this or other Regent Seven Seas cruises, call Kit Williams at Silver Compass on 0208 305 0350 or email info(at)silvercompass.co(dot)uk.
About Silver Compass:
Silver Compass is an award-winning independent travel consultancy based in London and Wiltshire specialising in luxury and tailor-made travel and with a passion for exceptional service. Their cruise experts thrive on matching the right cruise line to the customer and making every holiday the holiday of a lifetime.