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Island-Escape-Exterior-2.jpgCheap-and-cheerful cruise ship Island Escape will be even more affordable next year – from March all food, drinks, tips and service will be included in the fare.
Sailing from Palma, Majorca, and Limassol in Cyprus, Island Escape will be introducing 10 new ports of call into her itineraries, visiting Kusadasi in Turkey, Cagliari in Sardinia, Piraeus (for Athens), Corfu, Katakolon and Mykonos in Greece, Calvi in Corsica, Ibiza in Spain, Nice and St Raphael in France.
The majority of the new ports will be visited on the new 13-night Temples and Tavernas itinerary, while the remainder will be part of The Med Adventure and Best of the Med cruises. Passengers who prefer to visit the party capital, Ibiza, there is also a Souks and Sangria itinerary.
Fraser Ellacott, Managing Director of Island Cruises said, “All Inclusive is a very popular option with our customers already, so it makes perfect sense to offer it as standard. We are the first to be providing this option in the UK informal cruising market. Couples and families now won’t have to worry about budgeting for their drinks, snacks, meals and tips on board, as this will all be included in the price of their holiday. By going All Inclusive we also hope to appeal to ‘new to cruise’ customers looking for an informal and laid back cruise with top-class entertainment, 24 hour dining and fantastic ports of call.”
The seven-night Spirit of the Med cruise costs from £779 per person, calling at Palma, Propriano, Civitavecchia for Rome, Livorno for Florence/Pisa, St Raphael, Barcelona and then returning to Palma. Prices are based on two adults sharing an inside cabin on an all inclusive basis including flights and transfers departing 7 May 2013 from Bournemouth. Available to book from April 25.

By | 2017-06-15T15:59:50+00:00 18 April 2012|Cruise Destinations, Cruise Ships|0 Comments

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