Free Alaska Cruise — No Kidding

Corinthian IIThat’s right, you didn’t misread.

We are giving away a free four-night Alaska cruise to any of our clients who book a 2010 Antarctica voyage.

Book the February 8, 2010, departure of the 114-passenger, all-suite Corinthian II — a 17-night cruise sailing roundtrip from Ushuaia, operated by Cruise West via a ship charter — with Linda at Sunstone Tours & Cruises, and you’ll receive free cruise fare on either a four-night Glacier Bay Highlights or a four-night Prince William Sound Alaska cruise in 2010 on a ship in Cruise West’s fleet (varies by itinerary and sailing date).

When you receive your Antarctica cruise documents, you will be asked to provide three top three choices for Alaska departure dates. You will be guaranteed a cabin on one of these three sailings, and will be notified at least 60 days prior to departure.The free cruise certificate may be transferred to a friend or family member. You can go to Antarctica and you friends or family can go to Alaska on your free ticket.

Prices for the Antarctica cruise start at $13,899 per person and include an overnight stay in Buenos Aires, taxes and fees, and port charges, as well as the free Alaska cruise (up to a $2,499 value). To be eligible, you must book by July 31, 2009.

There is no catch to this: If you have wanted to try expedition cruising, this is your opportunity. You can sail Antarctica and use the free cruise for your friends or family.

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Posted on July 25, 2009, in Alaska, Antarctica, cruise west and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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