Single Travellers can Save over £600 on Royal Clipper Caribbean Cruise This Christmas
Singles holiday specialist, Friendship Travel has just announced a ‘no-lose Caribbean Christmas Cruise’, departing 18th December.
Independent solo travellers can enjoy a magical 8-day adventure aboard The Royal Clipper boat (the world’s largest five-mast sailing boat based in Barbados) with NO single supplement on outside cabins, making an overall saving of £625 on normal prices.
The total cost for the package is £3,665 per person. The price includes a category 3 outside cabin, direct flights from Heathrow, London, transfer, your own double cabin on the full board cabin plus selected sports and activities.
Islands visited during this luxury festive adventure include:
St. George's, Grenada
Marigot Bay, St. Lucia
Falmouth Harbour, Antigua
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Fort De France, Martinique
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Gustavia, St. Barts
Port Antonio, Jamaica
Additional activities include:
Snorkelling with Rays
Rainforest Canopy Tours
River Tubing Adventures
And much, much more
For further information or bookings, call the Friendship Travel team on 0289 446 2211.
Notes to Editors
About Royal Clipper Cruises
The magnificent Royal Clipper is the world's largest fully-rigged five-mast sailing ship to have been built since the beginning of this century.
Sleeping 228 guests with a crew of 106, the 439 ft SV Royal Clipper offers an informal holiday experience yet in a luxurious setting.
On board, guests can enjoy 3 pools, complimentary waters-ports including windsurfing, water-skiing and snorkelling gear, a PADI dive centre (diving payable on board) and a marina platform allowing for easy access into the water. Other facilities include an elegant dining room (no jacket or tie required at any time), the Piano Bar, Tropical Bar and deck, a library and the Captain Nemo Health Club and Spa with portholes offering spectacular underwater views of marine life.
For more information, please visit: https://www.friendshiptravel.com/royal-clipper-cruises.html