CruiseOne Offers Free Shore Excursion


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CruiseOne, a part of cruise retailer World Travel Holdings, has announced that it will award one free shore excursion to any traveler booking a minimum seven-night cruise before June 24th. The offer is good on any line, in any destination where a shore excursion is available for excursions valued at $75 or less.

The shore excursions available for free include a wide variety of experiences, including a visit to Mayan ruins, Caribbean snorkeling, gold panning in Alaska, mountain biking in Hawaii and a foot or bus tour of Barcelona. For excursions valued at more than $75, customers can apply a $75 credit toward the cost of the experience. With this credit customers can save on a Harry Potter London bus tour, private surfing lessons on Waikiki Beach, a horseback ride in Bermuda, a whale watching expedition in Alaska or a gondola tour of Venice.

“This is an incredible opportunity for travelers considering a cruise, as it provides them  an opportunity to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience while in various ports  around the world,” said Dwain Wall, senior vice president and general manager  of CruiseOne. “One of the benefits of cruising is the ability to discover new places and try new things.  We are hopeful that by providing free shore excursions, we can help make our customers’ dream vacations a more affordable reality.”


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