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Small ship cruising is coming to Hawaii October 2011!
Dust off your snorkle & pack your bags!! American Safari Cruises will begin cruising the Hawaiian Islands this October! I am so looking forward to experiencing this cruise as I believe this is the real way to see the Islands of Aloha. I highly recommend this unique Hawaii cruise experience.
Two years ago I experienced their vision of “luxury in the pursuit of adventure” while cruising thru the San Juan Islands in Washington State - the experience is comparable to cruising aboard a 5 star boutique hotel. Its much more like yachting then cruising. There is no over crowding or long lines that many experience on mega ships. The accommodations on board are wonderful and comfortable and not your typical cramped quarters.
One of the best features of the cruise will be that we are able to see things, do things and play close up and first hand. There is no schedule per se, and love the fact there are only 36 guests on board the American Safari Cruise.
American Safari Cruise guests can sit back and relax as their trip is all inclusive too!
INCLUSIVE EXPERIENCE - Transfers and baggage between airport/yachts, taxes and port fees, entry fees to parks/preserves, all onboard hand-crafted meals, premium wine, beer and spirits, onboard naturalists, exclusive excursions and from the yacht activities.
For more information, give me a call at 800 644-6659
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