Grab the ecruising tennis package and arrive at the Australian Open with style!

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It’s great news for all the tennis fans! The ecruising.travel has announced a cruise package for those who want to make their arrival at the Australian Open a memorable lifetime experience.

The Sydney-based cruising agency has offered a five-night tour for the tennis tournament in Melbourne next year. The guests will board the Pacific Eden on January 17, which will depart Sydney on the same day. It will stay in Melbourne for a couple of days before returning to Sydney.

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The Pantry in the Pacific Eden. (Photo Credit: ecruising.travel)

The package also includes general admission tickets for one night session and two day sessions and direct transfers from the ship to the Melbourne Park and vice versa. All the passengers staying in the ship will also get to watch the matches live on a big screen.

The Pacific Eden is known for providing the best dining outlets on the sea. The diverse food experiences will make your journey quite memorable. There are more than ten bars, pubs, and nightclubs for the guests to drink, chat, and relax. Besides, you will get to enjoy special dishes from Luke Mangan’s Salt Grill, The Pantry, and the alfresco The Grill.

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Rod Laver Arena in 2015. (Photo Credit: ecruising.travel)

The pricing for the package starts from $899 per person twin share. You can book the tour anytime until September 22, 2017, but making the reservation as soon as possible is better because places are likely to sell out fast. Go to ecruising.travel to see the details and make the booking.

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