CRUISE Master Middle East is offering the region’s lovers of Princess Cruises a tour that offers extra convenience of roundtrip travel from Seattle at low fares.
The cruise company offers easier options when planning an Alaskan land or sea vacation by including all travel once the passenger gets to Seattle, including rail transportation from their ship to the Denali area, airfare between Seattle and Anchorage, as well as a free stateroom upgrade.
“Since 2009 is the 50th anniversary of Alaska’s statehood, this is the perfect year to visit the 49th state,” said Charlie Ball, president of Princess Tours.
“And with these special cruise tour packages, we’re making a visit to the heart of Alaska more convenient than ever. All our passengers need to do is plan their travel to and from Seattle.” Ashok Kumar, director business development, Cruise Master Middle East said that Alaska was a very popular destination among expatriates and is becoming increasingly so with local Arabs who can enjoy the scenery “from the comfort of their suite”.
The Alaska Wilderness programme features northbound and southbound options for 11 or 12 night cruise tours, with fares starting at $1,199. Princess Cruises 2009 Alaska season runs from May 9 to September 14. See www.princesscruises.ae for more details.
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