Monday, April 9, 2007

Act fast for savings on a slow voyage

Norwegian Coastal Voyage is offering a 66-day north-south World Cruise this fall that starts in Reykjavik, Iceland, and ends in Ushuaia, Argentina, the world's southernmost city. Along the way, passengers will cruise the waters of the Arctic, Atlantic, Caribbean, Pacific, and Antarctica and pass through the Panama Canal and by Cape Horn. There will be dozens of port stops in 15 countries.

If you book by April 15, you can save $1,000 per passenger on the least expensive cabin, which costs $10,999. Or you can go whole hog and save $2,200 per passenger on the most expensive suite, which comes in at $39,999. If you can't afford the whole shebang, you might consider a shorter segment, such as 13 nights from Valparaiso, Chile, to Ushuaia, taking in the Chilean fjords and Antarctica, for $3,899, or 31 nights from New York to Valparaiso for $8,999.

And send me a postcard!

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