Celebrity Cruises and Air New Zealand Offer Book & Go Vacation Package

Celebrity Cruises and Air New Zealand have created specially packaged New Zealand cruises onboard the Celebrity Solstice.  These 15- to 17-night “Book & Go” vacation packages include round trip flights on Air New Zealand from LAX, airport, hotel and pier transfers, a three night four-star hotel stay in Sydney, 12- to 14-night cruise onboard Celebrity Solstice, and a Classic Beverage Package (including wine, spirits and beverage gratuities) from $3,999 per person, double occupancy for a Veranda Stateroom. All taxes and fees are included. 

Travelers will sail aboard the Celebrity Solstice for her second Australia/New Zealand season, departing from Nov. 4, 2013 - Jan. 20, 2014 and Mar. 10 and Mar. 22, 2014. The cruises depart from Auckland or Sydney, visit Dusky, Doubtful, and Milford Sounds, and make seven ports of call which may include the Bay of Islands, Wellington, Tauranga, Dunedin, Akaroa, Melbourne and Hobart.

Southern California travel agencies will earn a $200 bonus commission per stateroom on Concierge Class or higher bookings and $75 bonus commission per stateroom on balcony bookings made between April 1 -July 31, 2013, and can add a $100 onboard credit per stateroom for any Southern California resident* booking made through July 31, 2013.

Celebrity Cruises, Air New Zealand, Tourism New Zealand, and Destination New South Wales will be offering 14 Travel Agents the opportunity to participate in an Australia/New Zealand Familiarization Tripincluding roundtrip Air from LAX and a six day land tour. Every New Zealand Celebrity Cruise+Air or Cruise+Air+Hotel package booking made between June 5 and July 31, 2013 will result in a contest entry. No tracking required, winners will be selected on Aug. 1, 2013.

For more information, visit www.celebritycruises.com.

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