Friday, August 24, 2007

Grab early-booking savings on Oceania to the Caribbean in spring 2008

The premium line Oceania Cruises has done well for itself by consistently offering attractive early-booking fares -- usually two-for-one off the full brochure price (50 percent reductions) -- that include free roundtrip airfare from nearly 20 U.S. cities around the country. (And if you don't need the air or prefer to make your own arrangements, they'll usually give you a generous additional discount.)

Oceania is now featuring early-booking savings and free airfare for three cruises aboard the 684-passenger Regatta in February and March 2008. The offer expires August 31, 2007.

Two are to the Caribbean, roundtrip from Miami. A 14-day cruise departing February 25, 2008, starts at $2,799 per passenger in double occupancy, with multiple port calls along the Caribbean coast of Central America, including Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, and Panama. A 12-day cruise that departs March 10 starts at $2,299 per person, with stops in the Dominican Republic, British Virgins, Antigua, St. Lucia, Dominica, St. Barts, and the Turks and Caicos.

The third is a 12-day repositioning cruise from Miami to Barcelona that departs March 22, 2008, stopping in Madeira along the way. With fares starting at $1,299 per passenger, it's a steal -- if you like long sea voyages.

For more information or to book a cruise, click here or call 800/531-5619 or a travel agent by August 31. Some fees and taxes are additional.

Photo of ocean-view room courtesy of Oceania cruises.

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