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Be spoiled on the Celebrity Infinity enjoying 14 unforgettable nights on the South America cruise exploring South America. Your ship sails from Santiago and visits 11 ports in 4 countries before finishing at Buenos Aires. This 4.5 star voyage from Celebrity Cruises has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Sun 20 Jan 2013 Santiago, Chile 7.00pm
South America Due to its geographic location, Santiago in Chile is one of the few capital cities in the world that has easy access both to ski slopes - just 50 km away, and beaches 100 km away. It is in fact possible to visit the modern ski resorts as well as the famous beach resort of Viña del Mar or picturesque Valparaiso, Chile's main port, in just one day. Chile's steady economic growth has transformed Santiago into one of Latin America's most modern metropolitan areas, with dozens of shopping centers and impressive high-rise architecture.

Despite its long history, there are only a few historical buildings from the Spanish colonial period in the city, because Santiago - as the rest of the country - was regularly hit by earthquakes. The buildings from this period include the Casa Colorado (1769), the Church San Francisco (1586) and Posada del Corregidor (1750). Other buildings of note are the Palacio de la Moneda - the Classicist Presidential Palace, and the Contemporary Art Museum, to name but a few. The modern Constanera Centre with its 300-metre high "Gran Torre Costanera" (South America's tallest building) is also well worth visiting.

The Downtown area is a pleasant place for a stroll down some of its major Paesos (streets turned pedestrian walkways), but be aware of pickpockets. Relax at the Parque Forestal, a long park that runs parallel to the Mapocho River, and is also the site of the National Museum of Fine Arts and Modern Art Museum. In contrast there are numerous villages located in the countryside around Santiago that invite the visitor to relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of country life. Tourists may also visit the vineyards and try the delicious Chilean wines.

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2 Mon 21 Jan 2013 At Sea
3 Tue 22 Jan 2013 Puerto Montt, Chile 9.00am 7.00pm
South America Puerto Montt is a fast growing city in the south of Chile, just north of Chiloe Island. At the southern end of the Pan American highway in Chile, Puerto Montt is not only the end of the road, but the beginning of the fabled land of fjords, canals, islands, and the snow-capped mountains of the Andes. Fertile agricultural fields and green forested hills also add to the enchantment of Southern Chile. It is an all-season destination. Just a short drive away, and on a fine day, be astounded by the the volcanos Osorno, Calbuco, Puntiagudo, Yates, and the hill Tronador. Also on offer are delightful horseback riding day trips.

Places of interest within the city include the Municipal Museum with its very wide range of displays. These include fauna and flora, ancient archaeological artefacts, and fascinating religious icons from the churches of the Chiloe Islands. Visit the square and the delightful wooden Cathedral Church - the oldest building in the city with the founding stones of the city in its doorways - that are both most appealing. They contrast beautifully with the new high rises and the modern fountain on Plaza de Armas. Tenglo Island, right opposite the port, is an ideal spot to go hiking, or sunbathing.

Pueto Angelmo, a suburb of the city, has some interesting views and is home to a new shopping centre and market that caters to tourists. It is also renowned for its very much older buildings, such as a row of quaint handicraft shops with minuscule living quarters above. At the market one finds an extremely wide range of sea products and most visitors will be tempted to enjoy the delicious local speciality called ‘curanto’. Also worth visiting are the handcraft markets offering Lapis lazuli, found only in Chile and Afghanistan, plus woollen wear, basketry, wood, leather, shell, and metal works.

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4 Wed 23 Jan 2013 Chilean Fjords, Chile Cruising
South America Strikingly rich in natural and historical attractions, the narrow fjords on the west coast of Chile penetrate deeply into the mountains of the Bernardo O'Higgins National Park, a major part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. This is the largest of the protected areas in Chile, and with no large rivers in the area the fjords drain water from outlet glaciers of the ice-capped, storm-swept elevations. It is a large area of uninhabited islands, deep sounds, breathtaking glaciers and narrow passages. Because of its rugged geography and the remoteness of the area, tourism in the park, as yet, has scarcely been developed.

Comprehensive expeditions afford a unique opportunity to visit the gorgeous landscapes of the Chilean fjords. It surely is a different world, a paradise of forests, ice and sea, a place where visitors are astonished by the rich variety of flora and fauna, especially if they have the option of ‘getting closer’ in motorboats. Many continue their trip to take in the last great wilderness left on Earth, Antarctica.

The stunning scenery of the Chilean coast's southernmost section has been discovered by the travel industry. Cruise ships now navigate its mountain-flanked channels and inlets in increasing numbers, and as all are involved with local authorities to create a sustainable tourism strategy, hopefully the ecology should remain intact. Combining the comfort of a cruise ship with the astounding natural wonders at hand make for an unforgettable experience.

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5 Thu 24 Jan 2013 Strait Of Magellan, Chile Cruising
South America The Strait of Magellan, positioned along the southern edges of Chile, is the most important natural passage between the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans. Indeed until the Panama Canal was finished in 1914, the Strait of Magellan was the only safe way to complete a circumnavigation of the world. Protected by the Tierra del Fuego to the south and the bulk of South America to the north, ships crossed in relative ease. It is approximately 570 km long and is about 2 km wide at its narrowest point, and is the most important natural passage between the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans.

There are many wonderful sights to be appreciated while travelling through the strait. These include the Penguins Natural Monument located 35 km NE of Punta Arenas with Magdalena Island, in the middle of the strait, being the main part of this monument. The island is home to the largest penguin colonies of south Chile, including an estimated 60,000 breeding pairs of the Magellanic Penguin. At all times keep looking out for the magnificent whales often seen in the area.

Watch out for Monte Sarmiento, a pyramidal peak with a glaciated saddle-shaped summit located within Alberto de Agostini National Park in the Chilean portion of Tierra del Fuego, as well as the Agostini Fjord that is also known as Agostini Sound. Also of great interest is the Bahia Possession, an ocean bay in the northern shore Strait of Magellan that is the location of some of the earliest known human settlement in the Americas.

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6 Fri 25 Jan 2013 Punta Arenas, Chile 7.00am 5.30pm
South America Punta Arenas, overlooking the Strait of Magellan in southern Patagonia, Chile, bustles with windswept trekkers en route to glacier-filled Torres del Paine National Park or an Antarctic cruise. Before leaving, be sure to take note of the mansion-lined main square, Plaza Muñoz Gamero where local vendors sell homemade crafts, the City Cemetery with its elaborate tombs, the Sara Braun Palace, and Braun Menendez Residence that presents great insight of the city's wealthy pioneer past. The city is also home to the former British Navy base and early Spanish colony of Puerto Hambre, and a popular ski centre that overlooks the Strait of Magellan.

Punta Arenas is the farthest south continental city in the world, and an important port for bioceanic traffic. Among its main attractions are museums, the monument to the shepherd, the cemetery, magnificent buildings, and regional history centres. Visit the Maggiorino Borgatello Museum housed in a former mansion that is dedicated to natural history and anthropology. Of great interest to visitors is Fort Bulnes, 62 km south of the port, rebuilt in the early 1940s and now a national monument complete with with a church, chaplain's quarters, jail, powder magazine, post office and stables.

Most of its attractions are natural rather than man-made, as the city lies near the famed Strait of Magellan and several other important landmarks. The Torres del Paine National Park is not too far away. It is a small group of mountains with some very scenic peaks and a favourite among hikers. You can also see penguin colonies in Otway Sound (about an hour away by car) or observe whales from the Rey Jorge Island Natural Sea Park. Back at the port there is also the Zona Franca, or Free Zone, where a large number of shops sell interesting goods for modest prices.

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7 Sat 26 Jan 2013 Ushuaia, Argentina 10.00am 7.00pm
South America Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city, is located on the Beagle Channel, where soaring mountains, ice-blue glaciers, and an historic lighthouse create an ideal backdrop.The capital of the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego, it was first settled by British missionaries, but during the first half of the 20th C the major building of the city was a prison. It was built by the Argentinian government for repeat offenders and serious criminals, as the subpolar oceanic climate made escape difficult. Today the Old Prison has become a National Historical Monument and it houses the Museo Maritimo, where visitors can explore the maritime history collection of the Argentine Navy. It is an amazing treasure trove of models and exhibits of Antarctic discovery and research. Today, Ushuaia is a key port for Antarctic tourists and research traffic.

Step aboard the southernmost railway in the world and enjoy a scenic heritage train ride through the breathtaking scenery of Tierra del Fuego National Park. With its rugged peaks, pristine lakes and ancient forests of the Andes to the glacier-draped shores of the famed Beagle Channel, the park offers picture postcard scenes. Of course, it’s also the port of call nearest Antarctica, and hence a unique destination for kayaking, sailing or having a drink in a warm hotel bar. Be aware that one can experience four seasons in one hour at this port. Also a favourite with many is the ski area of Glaciar Martial, with its chairlift that runs both ways throughout the year. With a 1057m elevation, it allows for the longest skiing season in South America.

Also visit a Lumberjack Camp, a woodcutter's cabin in the forest that brings bygone days to life. Have a lumberjack lunch plus a two hour enticing nature hike to absorb the dramatic scenery of the Tierra Mayor Valley. The Natural Reserve is a leafy lenga forest, and the leafy canopy frames peat bogs, beaver dams, and the Five Cascades waterfalls tumbling from the Alvear Mountains. Its pristine habitat is home to unique wildlife such as red foxes, and plentiful bird life such as cara-caras and austral parakeets.

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8 Sun 27 Jan 2013 Cape Horn, South America 6.00am 8.30am
South America Cape Horn in South America is the most southerly of the great capes, and marks the northern boundary of the Drake Passage. For many years it was a major milestone on the clipper route, by which sailing ships carried trade around the world. While this was greatly reduced by the opening of the Panama Canal in 1914, sailing around the Horn is widely regarded as one of the major challenges in yachting.

The Atlantic and Pacific oceans collide here and rock formations rip above the seascape. The sea is best described a wrathful, but it is a once in a lifetime experience better felt then read. If the weather is appropriate, it is possible to travel by zodiac and land at a temporary pontoon on Horn Island at the foot of a 160 step stairacase. Perched at the top is a dramatic, tall metal sculpture dedicated to those who have perished trying to round Cape Horn.

The sculpture is designed to create the silhouette of an albatross, and from the base of the sculpture we can see what, in strict geographic terms, is the true southernmost point of South America, which is on an almost inaccessible headland nearby. The fact is that Cape Horn is officially the southernmost headland on the Tierra del Fuego group of islands rather than the actual southernmost point of South America.

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9 Mon 28 Jan 2013 At Sea
10 Tue 29 Jan 2013 Puerto Madryn, Argentina 8.00am 5.00pm
South America Puerto Madryn is a city in the province of Chubut, one of the most sheltered places on the Patagonian coast of Argentina. The town, founded in 1865, by 150 Welsh immigrants, has become an important tourist centre because, in this coastal city, with its delightful warm summers and moderate winters, it is 'high season' all year round. It is a popular resort destination for its beaches, and sports ranging from bicycling and fishing to surfing on the sand. Just 50km away is the the delightful attraction of the Valdes Peninsula Nature Reserve, a UNESCO heritage site. It is a natural sanctuary with a great variety of bird-life and marine-life, and offers visitors the opportunity to view the Southern Right Whale at close quarters. Also popular with visitors are excursions to explore the slopes of the Patagonian Plateau, and a ‘must see’ would be the largest penguin rookery in the world. Other options vary from easygoing strolls along the beach-front boulevard that overlooks the huge natural amphitheatre of Nuevo Gulf, as well as the opportunity to visit shops and restaurants.

Close at hand is Punta Cuevas, the place of the first settlement, where its ruins can still be observed. In town, be sure to climb the promontory to the Tehche monument for a panoramic view of the city and environs, and tour the Ecocentro to learn about Patagonian marine ecosystems. Also of great interest to many is the Provincial Oceanographic, a museum that focuses on marine life and is housed in a lovely 1917 colonial building. Then, if time permits, there’s the Natural Sciences Museum and the Egidio Feruglio Paleontological Museum for some amazing fossilised fauna and flora exhibits. For those who simply wish to relax, the protected waters of the gulf offer good swimming at pleasant beaches.

Puerto Madryn is considered Argentina’s scuba diving capital. To further boost interest in scuba diving town officials recently sank the Albatros, a large fishing vessel, off the coast in Golfo Nuevo. Several scuba shops rent equipment and arrange dives of the Albatros, Puerto Piramides, and other spots. Winter is a good time for travellers to learn about the great underwater world, especially when accompanied by a professional diver. After all, Puetro Madryn is Argentina's National Diving Capital. Also during winter different cultural and sporting events are organised in which tourists often participate.

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11 Wed 30 Jan 2013 At Sea
12 Thu 31 Jan 2013 Punta del Este, Uruguay 8.00am 8.00pm
South America Punta del Este, known as the St.Tropez of Uruguay, is an upscale vacation spot on the southern-most tip of the country, just an hour and a half by car from Montevideo. Today this area is known worldwide as a very scenic resort area with great shopping, a temperate climate, and kilometres of beautiful beaches. These include Mansa - or gentle beach - that faces the bay, and Playa Brava, a beach that faces the Atlantic and is home to the sculpted Dedos fingers - better known as ‘the Hand in the Sand’ - a well known city landmark. Punta del Este also offers superb food at luxury hotels and restaurants. Add to this the aroma of local pine trees and simply start relaxing.

While the beaches are most popular there’s much more that can be undertaken. Take a picturesque drive to the Ballena winery to learn about the wine making process, and do a lot of wine tasting while enjoying the breathtaking view. Many visit Casapueblo with its unusual architecture that serves as both a hotel and a museum with some delightful works of art, and the Ralli Museum that has a great collection of contemporary art from around the world. For small groups, there are also some excellent Bike Tours that offer bikes with 21 gears that prove to be extremely popular.

The nearby islands of Isla Gorriti with its ancient fortifications and greenery, and Isla de Lobos that provides great diving opportunities and that is home to one of the largest sea lion colonies as well as a fascinating lighthouse, are both popular with visitors. For the children, the Parque El Jaguel is a great playground and there are also two zoos, one that has a large collection of native species in natural settings while the other offers interactive exhibits. Also popular is the nearby city of Maldonado that has some interesting historical attractions built in the i8th century.

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13 Fri 1 Feb 2013 Montevideo, Uruguay 7.00am 6.00pm
South America Montevideo is the largest city, capital, and chief port of Uruguay. Situated on the River Plate (Silver River), it is also home to almost half of the nation's population, and subsequently is a modern metropolis, though with a fascinating historical old town dating back to colonial times. Described as a vibrant, eclectic place with a rich cultural life, it is the hub of commerce - while its architecture reflects its history, ranging from colonial to Art Deco, all influenced by either Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French or British immigrants. Certainly, the capital’s many embassies and foreign cultural centres add to the international flavour, while the city’s music and art scenes continue to thrive in a wide range of venues, including elegant modern theatres.

In Ciudad Vieja (Old Town), the heart of historic Montevideo, old buildings are being restored to make room for boldly painted cafes, hostels and galleries. The heart of the old city beats on the Plaza de la Constitucion. On one site is the Catedral with the historic Cabildo, opposite is the Museo Historico Nacional, while on the south side is a quite unusual fountain dating from 1881. Just west along the Calle Rincon is the Plaza Zabala with a monument to the founder of the city. Down by the port the the Mercado del Puerto has been modernised to accommodate a new city tourist office and the interesting Carnaval museum.

Cross the Plaza de la Independencia - the largest Plaza of the city - and here is where you enter the new city. Attractions include the mausoleum of Artigas, the Casa de Gobierno Historico and the Palacio Salvo. The delightful white sand beaches are visited by many, as are several parks, in many of which are placed bronze statues. The most remarkable statues are found in the parks "El Prado" and "Batlle". Well worth visiting is the ‘Cerro’, a hill opposite the Old City that offers a wonderful view of the city and its surrounds.

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14 Sat 2 Feb 2013 Buenos Aires, Argentina 6.00am overnight
South America Buenos Aires, an autonomous federal district, is the capital and largest city of Argentina. It is located on the eastern shore or the Rio de la Plata, on the SE coast of South America. Best known as the birthplace of the tango, the city is as captivating, seductive and bustling with excited energy, as the dance itself. Atmospheric old neighbourhoods are filled with romantic restaurants, while Buenos Aires' European heritage is evident in its architecture, parks, and boulevards. Be sure to stroll along the city’s major avenue, the longest in the world, fashioned after the Champs Elysee. Cafe Tortoni, the city's oldest bar, takes you back to 1858, and the spectacular Teatro Colon impresses just as it did in 1908. Latin America's shopping capital offers the promise of premium retail therapy along its wide boulevards. From visiting cobblestoned streets of the colonial era, to a tango show, a cultural tour to learn about Eva Peron, or one of the many musical festivals, there is a never-ending range of activities to suit all budgets. In 2008 readers of Travel and Leisure magazine voted Buenos Aires the second most desired city to visit.

Free guided tours of the Pink Palace that Eva Peron and Madonna made famous are worth the time. Conveniently located across from Plaza de Mayo it's a walk back in time with beautifully restored rooms, incredible artwork and you get to stand on the famous ‘balcony’. Then there’s the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes that does not charge for entry. It houses significant works of the European masters such as Degas, from pre-Renaissance days to the present, and a vast collection of 19th- and 20th-century Argentine sculptures and paintings. Don’t miss El Ateneo, a bookstore located in a fantastic venue of an old theatre. This gives it a great and grand atmosphere, and with Wifi available, one can actually be sitting in an old opera box while surfing the web. There is something very magical about it. To make the experience complete there is a cafe on the old stage.

Downloadable MP3 tours of Buenos Aires and bike tours have recently gained popularity. Although there are no world famous ‘must see’ sights, Buenos Aires is a city to be experienced, rather than to be toured. Though the port is less than a kilometre from the city centre, it is advisable to use the complimentary bus services or the readily available taxis (fixed prices), for safety reasons. Once in the city centre the integrated transport system (metro, trains and buses), ideal for the humid, sub-tropical climate, allow for easy access to the variety of fascinating neighbourhoods with their blend of old world atmosphere and modern conveniences.

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15 Sun 3 Feb 2013 Buenos Aires, Argentina
South America Buenos Aires, an autonomous federal district, is the capital and largest city of Argentina. It is located on the eastern shore or the Rio de la Plata, on the SE coast of South America. Best known as the birthplace of the tango, the city is as captivating, seductive and bustling with excited energy, as the dance itself. Atmospheric old neighbourhoods are filled with romantic restaurants, while Buenos Aires' European heritage is evident in its architecture, parks, and boulevards. Be sure to stroll along the city’s major avenue, the longest in the world, fashioned after the Champs Elysee. Cafe Tortoni, the city's oldest bar, takes you back to 1858, and the spectacular Teatro Colon impresses just as it did in 1908. Latin America's shopping capital offers the promise of premium retail therapy along its wide boulevards. From visiting cobblestoned streets of the colonial era, to a tango show, a cultural tour to learn about Eva Peron, or one of the many musical festivals, there is a never-ending range of activities to suit all budgets. In 2008 readers of Travel and Leisure magazine voted Buenos Aires the second most desired city to visit.

Free guided tours of the Pink Palace that Eva Peron and Madonna made famous are worth the time. Conveniently located across from Plaza de Mayo it's a walk back in time with beautifully restored rooms, incredible artwork and you get to stand on the famous ‘balcony’. Then there’s the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes that does not charge for entry. It houses significant works of the European masters such as Degas, from pre-Renaissance days to the present, and a vast collection of 19th- and 20th-century Argentine sculptures and paintings. Don’t miss El Ateneo, a bookstore located in a fantastic venue of an old theatre. This gives it a great and grand atmosphere, and with Wifi available, one can actually be sitting in an old opera box while surfing the web. There is something very magical about it. To make the experience complete there is a cafe on the old stage.

Downloadable MP3 tours of Buenos Aires and bike tours have recently gained popularity. Although there are no world famous ‘must see’ sights, Buenos Aires is a city to be experienced, rather than to be toured. Though the port is less than a kilometre from the city centre, it is advisable to use the complimentary bus services or the readily available taxis (fixed prices), for safety reasons. Once in the city centre the integrated transport system (metro, trains and buses), ideal for the humid, sub-tropical climate, allow for easy access to the variety of fascinating neighbourhoods with their blend of old world atmosphere and modern conveniences.

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Until March 2015 Celebrity Infinity sails South American waters. You’ll find a 14-night cruise between Buenos Aires and Santiago very worth-while: glaciers, fjords, pausing at Cape Horn, and beautiful ports and national capitals. One cruise visits the continent of Antarctica. In South American waters you’ll hear lots of Spanish conversation. In March and April 2015 there are three crossings of the Panama Canal, one of the great sights of cruise tourism. When the ship is in Caribbean and North American waters mostly English is spoken. From May 2015 7-night cruises out of Vancouver head for the Inside Passage and ports of Alaska – think fjords and glaciers.

Accommodation
Four out of five cabins have an outside view, and of these three-quarters have a private balcony. Standard cabins have a sofa or convertible sofa bed, twin beds that convert to a double bed, plenty of storage space, personal safe, mini-bar/refrigerator, interactive TV, and good-size bathroom. The cabins are nicely decorated and appealing with warm wood-finish furniture. Suites have more space, butler service, more and better amenities and personal service. Those at the stern are in a prime location. There are no single cabins, and 26 wheelchair-accessible cabins available in the Sky Suites. Her AquaClass staterooms are new.

Food and Dining
The two-deck 134-seat Thellis Restaurant, with its grand staircase and musicians’ gallery overlooking the sea through a huge glass wall, offers excellent meals and service at two dinner seatings. The décor adds to the fine dining experience. The alternative dining venue, the United States Restaurant (reservations-only, extra cost), serves classic French cuisine in absolute style – allow three hours. Newly added are Blu and Qsine restaurants.

Entertainment
The 900-seat Celebrity Theatre is the three-deck venue for production shows, major cabaret acts and big-screen movies. During the voyage relax in solitude, or select your level of conversation and excitement. Daytime activities include a broad range of classes and competitions. For evening entertainment there are soloists at the cafes and bars, participation in karaoke, and of course the casino. The Celebrity Life enrichment program is divided into three themes. "Savor" focuses on wine appreciation, mixology (of drinks), and cooking. The "Discover" program draws on the educational expertise of famous institutions. Passengers learn about the history, culture, art and architecture of destinations; and broaden their exposure to language study, photography, modern digital technologies and dance, to name a few.

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Be spoiled on the Celebrity Infinity enjoying 14 unforgettable nights on the South America cruise exploring South America. When: Ship: Celebrity Infinity Category: Cruise Cabins from $ per person
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Cruise summary

Cruise: South America
Duration: 14 nights
Ship: Celebrity Infinity
Star rating:
Departs: Santiago
Returns: Buenos Aires
Ports of call: 11
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • AquaClass suites
  • Shops
  • DINING
  • Main dining, two seatings
  • In-cabin dining
  • Specialty restaurants (4)
  • Casual dining & cafés (3)
  • Multiple lounges & bars
  • Internet lounge
  • Beverage packages
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Show Theatre
  • Cinema
  • Library
  • Casino
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Pools (3)
  • Pool butler
  • Whirlpools (4)
  • Spa treatments
  • Thalassotherapy
  • Fitness centre, programs
  • Golf simulator, jogging track
  • Conference Centre
  • Workshops & lectures
  • Shore excursion desk
  • UNDER 18
  • Club for teenagers
  • Children’s centre
  • OTHER
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Cabin 110/220V
  • Wi-Fi areas (pay)
  • Mobile phone (home carrier)

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Flight/s and/or transfers as specified
  • Australia: Gratuities paid when booking fare (can request to pay onboard in USD) at AU$ 11.75 ($12.25 Concierge/Aqua Class, $15.30 Suites) pp/night, all ages
  • All main meals on-board
  • Coffee, tea & milk 24 hrs
  • Open/anytime or traditional/set time & multi-venue dining
  • Alternative specialty dining (Suites)
  • Cocktail or champagne reception
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Infant crèche, kids clubs & teen programs
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Butler & valet services (select cabins)
  • Priority dis/embarkation (selected suites)
  • Special needs requests & service animals allowed
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues (unless specified)
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Gratuities (can be pre-paid) US$ 11.50 (Concierge/Aqua $12, Suites $15) pp/night all ages, 'adjusted at your discretion'
  • Service charge 15% added to beverage bills. Additional tips discretionary.
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Childcare night services (3-12 yrs, 10pm-1am)
  • Babysitting, individual or in groups (from 1 yr)

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