6th Unlock the Past Cruise: Eastern Australia

Unlock the Past logoFinally we have some news for you about Unlock the Past’s 6th Cruise. The team at Unlock the Past recently sent out a poll asking people to give their preference out of three possible options.

Based on those results together with negotiations with the cruise companies, they have decided on a 3 night cruise out of Sydney, which will be followed by a 5 day tour to Norfolk Island. Preliminary details are already to their website, with further details, and bookings due to open soon.

Take a break on board the Celebrity Solstice experiencing 3 exciting nights aboard the Sydney Sampler Cruise. With strong interest in a Norfolk Island tour we have coupled this with an optional 5 day tour to Norfolk Island starting the day after the end of the cruise.

The 4.5 star Celebrity Solstice is rated by many as one of the finest ships operating in Australia by any of the major cruise lines. If you are new to cruising this short 3 night cruise is an ideal way to try out cruising – at a lower cost than most of our other cruises. Do the cruise on its own or bundle it with the 5 day Norfolk Island tour. Or do the Norfolk Island tour only.

WHEN:
3 nights 23-26 October 2014 out of Sydney – a prelude to a Norfolk Island tour

SHIP:
Celebrity Solstice

PRICING:
early bird pricing starts from AUD$919 twin share

PRESENTERS:
Cathy Dunn – leading Norfolk Island and convict historian
John Donaldson – leading Family Tree Maker expert
Shauna Hicks – for Queensland focus … and more
Carole Riley – for New South Wales focus … and more
Susie Zada – for Victorian focus … and more
Rosemary Kopittke – leading expert on online data and family tree sites

FURTHER DETAILS:
Unlock the Past Cruise website

 

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  1. […] October 2014 out of Sydney sailing on the Celebrity Solstice For more information on the cruise, click here. Bookings for this cruise are made through our cruise agent, Ciaran at Clean Cruising, or you can […]

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