Orion Waives Single Supplement Surcharges on Select Cruises


The MV Orion will be offering cruises from the Great Barrier Reef to Tasmania from September through December. // (c) 2011 Orion Expedition Cruises

Orion Expedition Cruises is offering select sailings from September through December 2011 that waive single supplement surcharges. Additionally, travelers with companions will receive a 50 percent discount for the second passenger.

The offer is available on the following voyages aboard the MV Orion:

Kimberly Highlights, from September 3 – 13, in northwest Australia.

The Great Barrier Reef, from September 21 - 26.

Adventures of Lord Howe & Aotearoa, from September 26 – October 7, an 11-night voyage in Auckland, New Zealand.

Exploration of the Antipodes, from October 24 – November 7.

Tasmania Food & Wine, from November 7 – 12 and November 26 – December 1, includes chef Andrew Hood of Hood Wines and a culinary cruise of Tasmania’s wine region.

New Zealand & Sub-Antarctic Wildlife Adventure, from December 20 – January 3.

Trips available aboard the Orion II include:

Gulf of Siam Explorer, from October 10 – 17 and December 22 – 29, in South-East Asia.

Thailand, Temples & Mekong, from December 15 – 22, visiting Angor Wat and the Mekong Delta.

Vietnam Explorer, from November 18 – 27, November 27 – December 6, and December 6 – 15 visiting four World Heritage sites including Hue, Hoi An, the Ha Long Bay and My Son in the kingdom of Champa.

The offer is only available on new bookings. Fares and trip lengths vary by destination, and include accommodations, meals, onboard lectures, shore expeditions, and port taxes.

For more information, visit www.orionexpeditions.com.

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