Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

P&O Cruises celebrates biggest ever Kiwi season

18 August 2006

P&O Cruises celebrates biggest ever Kiwi season with travel agent prizes

P&O Cruises have launched a massive competition for New Zealand travel agents with a prize pool of 10 cruises, valued at over $95,000.

Designed to celebrate the latest P&O Cruises 2007-2008 brochure, which arrived in agencies this week, the competition gives agents nation-wide the chance to cruise on Pacific Star by simply answering 10 questions about the brochure.

P&O Cruises New Zealand manager Mr Shannon Currie said "Our latest agent competition is sure to generate lots of excitement in travel agencies. It is a fantastic new brochure and our biggest New Zealand programme ever. The competition gives travel agents the chance to win a great cruise and celebrate also".

"Like all P&O Cruises passengers, once onboard the winning travel agents will be well looked after. With all main meals, onboard entertainment and activities, accommodation and a host of exotic destinations included in the 10 night cruise, this truly is a great prize" said Mr Currie.

Each cruise prize onboard Pacific Star is valued at up to $9,679 and is valid for the travel agent plus one guest, including return economy flights to meet Pacific Star in Auckland. The cruise 'Island Dreams' departs Auckland in June 2007 for 10 nights and visits an amazing combination of South Pacific ports in Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Loyalty Islands.

The new 2007-2008 brochure features both a winter and summer cruise season for New Zealand, with Pacific Star making eight departures from Auckland between May and August in 2007, then returning in the summer for nine round trip cruises including a New Years cruise and Christmas cruise. Jam packed with exciting itineraries from New Zealand, the brochure highlights seven school holiday cruises, a collection of convenient eight night cruises plus a selection of longer escapes to Fiji and Tonga.

The 35,000 ton Pacific Star features four dining venues, two swimming pools, spacious decks and a choice of queen or twin bed configurations in most cabins - perfect for couples, friends or families.

Facilities include six bars and lounges, a nightclub, Lotus Spa and gym, showlounge, casino and kids clubs - including a dedicated teens' centre.

Travel agents can find out more about the competition via the dedicated agents website on www.agents-online.co.nz

ENDS


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Mycoplasma Bovis: More Properties Positive

One of the latest infected properties is in the Hastings district, the other three are within a farming enterprise in Winton. The suspect property is near Ashburton. More>>

ALSO:

Manawatū Gorge Alternative: More Work Needed To Choose Route

“We are currently working closely and in partnership with local councils and other stakeholders to make the right long-term decision. It’s vital we have strong support on the new route as it will represent a very significant long-term investment and it will need to serve the region and the country for decades to come.” More>>

ALSO:

RBNZ: Super Fund Chief To Be New Reserve Bank Governor

Adrian Orr has been appointed as Reserve Bank Governor effective from 27 March 2018, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says. More>>

ALSO:

ScoopPro: Helping PR Professionals Get More Out Of Scoop

Scoop.co.nz has been a fixture of New Zealand’s news and Public Relations infrastructure for over 18 years. However, without the financial assistance of those using Scoop in a professional context in key sectors such as Public Relations and media, Scoop will not be able to continue this service... More>>

Insurance: 2017 Worst Year On Record For Weather-Related Losses

The Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) announced today that 2017 has been the most expensive year on record for weather-related losses, with a total insured-losses value of more than $242 million. More>>

ALSO: