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Norwegian Jewel

Norwegian Jewel

Cruise specialist has come up with a 37-night cruise itinerary for 2013 that takes passengers on a 29-night cruise plus eight nights land stay. Passengers will be travelling on the Norwegian Jewel and start from Alaska, moving on to Canada, North America, through the Panama Canal on to Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia and finally ending at New Orleans, Louisiana. If you’re planning to make your reservations at the very last minute, there is a special discount of up to 50% for all bookings done before 30th June 2013.

The journey starts on September 12th with a two day stay at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle before boarding the Norwegian Jewel and heading out for a 29-night cruise. At the final destination of the cruise, New Orleans, Louisiana a three night’s accommodation has been arranged for guests at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.

Before concluding guests will have a further three nights stay in Las Vegas soaking in the atmosphere, trying their hands at the table or even catching a show or two, before finally flying back to Australia.

The 37-night cruise costs $6169, discounted from $14,469, per person on a twin sharing basis. Price is valid for all departures from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Departures from Adelaide will cost $6419 and those from Perth $6669. The package includes return airfares from the departure destinations mentioned above, 29 night cruise accommodation including all meals, entertainment, on board gratuities, three nights accommodation at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans, Louisiana, two nights at the Fairmont Olympic hotel in Seattle, three nights at the Las Vegas Hotel and include all transfers.

Further details about the cruise and booking information can be found on the website

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