Qantas Holidays has added over 50 cruises to its offering with an expanded range of 2009 and 2010 cruises across Australasia, Asia and the South Pacific. For the first time, Qantas Holidays will offer Fly-Cruise packages featuring cruises with departures from Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland and Singapore starting from £999 pp.
In addition to Costa Cruises, on sale since June, Qantas Holidays will offer selected cruises from Princess Cruises, Holland America Line and The Yachts of Seabourn with departure dates until mid-2010, appealing to an array of customers from first-timers to families, from cruise aficionados to honeymooners, and to a variety of budgets.
Qantas Holidays General Manager, Nick Crabb said: “Strong demand since we started selling Fly-Cruises in the Far East means that we’re expanding our programme for this and next year to offer 75 Fly-Cruise offers featuring Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific islands as well as Asia. With our highly competitive air inclusive packages we’re providing agents with the opportunity to offer their customers an unrivalled portfolio of great value Fly-Cruises.”
In November, a 14-night Far East tour on Costa Allegra costs from £999 pp departing Singapore and visiting Indonesia, Malaysia, Phuket in Thailand and Kuala Lumpur, with other cruise options offering departures from Sydney, Beijing and Bangkok.
Also in November, a 12-night cruise from Hong Kong to Singapore aboard Holland America Line’s MS Volendam taking in ports in China, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia is available from £1799 pp.
December departures include 12-nights from £1799 pp aboard Diamond Princess departing Sydney for Auckland and visiting Melbourne, Hobart, then New Zealand’s Fjordland for scenic cruising, Dunedin, Christchurch and Tauranga.
Prices include return international Economy class flights with Qantas Airways, air taxes and fuel surcharges, transfers (in Singapore and Hong Kong only), Cruise accommodation, all onboard meals and taxes based on two adults sharing a two bed inside cabin.