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Norwegian Star - A "Price-Less" Experience

Norwegian Star - A "Price-Less" Experience



Fantastic fares on February/March/April cruises Barrier Reef short breaks & South Pacific island stopovers featured.

SYDNEY, Australia, 10th January/MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ - -Passengers sailing on Norwegian Star are in for some "Price-less" cruising with big savings announced today for cruises between now and May, 2000.

The 4-Star ship will offer 7-night short break cruises of the Barrier Reef, or longer 10 and 11 night sailings of the South Pacific for hundreds of dollars less than normal cruise prices.

For example, the 7-night Barrier Reef departures on 21st March and 8th April are normally priced from NZ$2,030, but they've been reduced to NZ$1,559, a saving of nearly five hundred dollars.

The 10-night South Pacific cruises leaving on 27th January, 29th February and 29th April are usually priced from NZ$2,870, but they're now available from only NZ$2,159, a saving of over seven hundred dollars.

An 11-night Coral Sea cruise on 10th March and an 11-night South Pacific sailing on 9th May, normally priced from NZ$3,110 are now NZ$2,279, a saving of more than eight hundred dollars.

These low fares include twin occupancy cabin with en suite, all meals - from a la carte dining and sumptuous barbecues, to bountiful buffets and snacks in between - even free pizza by the pool, as well as 24 hour room service, live entertainment, use of the ship's facilities, and TIPS!

As well as relaxing and indulging onboard Norwegian Star, passengers can also discover exotic ports-of-call on exciting shore excursions and affordable post cruise adventures in Cairns, Port Douglas and Ayers Rock.

For further details call Norwegian Capricorn Line on 0800 448 394, see a travel agent or visit


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