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Save 60 Percent on Seabourn South Pacific Cruises

MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 13 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Exclusive Regional 'Guarantee Fares' For Asia Pacific Residents

Ultra luxury Seabourn Cruise Line has announced exclusive Asia Pacific regional savings of up to 60 percent off the published brochure fares for a selection of Seabourn Spirit's South Pacific cruises in 2004.

Fares starting from AUD$444 per person, per day offer region residents unprecedented values on close-to-home cruises in the style that has made The Yachts of Seabourn one of the highest-rated vacation experiences in the world. On 5 January, 2004 the all-suite, 208-guest ship will sail an 11-day cruise from Singapore to Cairns, Australia via Darwin and the Great Barrier Reef. With Early Booking Savings of 50 percent, fares start from AUD$4,886 per person, based on double occupancy of a 277-square foot Seabourn Suite.

"Guarantee Fares"

Four selected cruises are being offered at value "Guarantee Fares." Guests paying AUD$8,995 are guaranteed to sail in a Seabourn Suite in category A to A3. Specific suites will be assigned 30 days prior to departure. Amenities and service are uniform among Seabourn's suite categories. A second tier of AUD$11,995 Guarantee Fares applies to Seabourn Balcony Suites, categories B2 and B3. Fares are per person, double.

Cruises being offered at these Guarantee Fares are:

* 31 January, 2004, 14 days Christchurch (Lyttelton) to Lautoka, Fiji, including Dunedin; cruising Dusky, Doubtful and Milford Sounds; Wellington, Picton, Napier; Tauranga (Rotorua); Waiheke Island; Auckland; Russell, Bay of Islands; Dravuni Island, Fiji.
* 14 February, 2004, 14 days reverse itinerary Lautoka to Lyttelton.
* 28 February, 2004, 14 days from Lyttelton to Cairns calling at Akaroa and Nelson, New Zealand; two full days in Sydney, Brisbane, Hayman Island resort, the Great Barrier Reef and a full day at Cairns.
* 13 March, 2004, 18 days from Cairns to Hong Kong including Lae, Rabaul and Madang, Papua New Guinea; Cebu and Manila, Philippines.

Signature Delights aboard Seabourn Spirit include complimentary wines, spirits and Heidsieck French champagne; free Massage Moments on deck; Pure Pampering in-suite bathing experiences by Molton Brown; superb cuisine designed! by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer; elegant Tumi document portfolios and baggage tags; sumptuous Frette bed linens; A Bose Wave stereo in every suite and an Exclusively Seabourn complimentary shoreside experience on every cruise. The ship's 208 fortunate guests receive the skilled attentions of nearly the same number of dedicated staff, allowing nearly clairvoyant, personalized service with tipping neither required nor expected. Casual alternative dining is offered in the Veranda Cafe every night.

For information on The Yachts of Seabourn, contact a professional travel agent, or visit www.seabourn.com to locate the Seabourn representative in your region: On the home page, select "Special Offers" and then click on "Foreign Currency Fare Quotes" and select your geographic location for a menu of regional agencies. The Yachts of Seabourn provides the ultimate in small-ship, ultra-luxury cruise vacations to the most desirable destinations on earth. The Seabourn fleet consists of Seabourn Pride, Spirit and Legend.

The Yachts of Seabourn is a proud member of World's Leading Cruise Lines. Our exclusive alliance also includes Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America, Princess Cruises, Cunard Line, Costa Cruises and Windstar Cruises. Sharing a passion to please each guest and a commitment to quality and value, our member lines appeal to a wide range of lifestyles and budgets. Together we offer exciting and enriching cruise vacations to the world's most desirable destinations.

for Seabourn Cruise Line Web site: http://www.seabourn.com


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