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Bring on Brisbane! It’s more Cruise Pursuit hot tips

With the excitement of Sydney’s gala Cruise Pursuit event behind us, the show is rolling north to sunny Brisbane next Tuesday for the second and final event.

Once again there will be boatloads of cash given away along with a swag of wonderful spot prizes from Travel Weekly’s generous sponsors. Add to that an evening of fun, food and delicious after work beverages and you’ve got an unmissable industry event.

The great news is that there’s still plenty of time to enter if you’re up in the Queensland capital. Simply head HERE to join in the fun!

For a bit of insider information before the big night, today we’ve got a double shot from our good friends at Star Cruises and Dream Cruises for you. Read on for the latest on what they’re up to.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STAR CRUISES AND DREAM CRUISES

STAR CRUISES

Star Cruises, the leading cruise line in the Asia Pacific delivers the ultimate cruising experience in Asia. Offering the best service and cuisine at sea, guests will have the chance to immerse themselves in Asia’s best destinations and culture.

From July this year, the SuperStar Virgo will embark on a seven-night Golden Journey from either Shanghai, Osaka or Tokyo. See the different sides of Japan and take in the two must see destinations; the exciting capital city of Tokyo and iconic Mount Fuji. Guests will also get to unwind in Kagoshima, regarded as the Naples of the East and explore Osaka’s modern architecture, nightlife and hearty street food.

Right now, for an incredible seven-night journey, guests can save up to 50% off regular fares, plus if they upgrade to a balcony, they’ll receive a bonus HKD$1000 onboard credit.

Star Cruises allows you to take time-out from the world where you can run to your own schedule onboard. Enjoy a resort-style cruise, where you can dine where you like, with whom you like. You’ll feel like part of the family from the minute you step onboard. With no strict formal attire necessary, you can be assured of a relaxing onboard experience every day whilst soaking in the oriental charm.

DREAM CRUISES

Genting Dream is the inaugural cruise ship of Dream Cruises, the first-ever luxury cruise line in Asia.

Dining onboard is certainly a treat for any foodie. Indulge in the flavours of the world with over 35 restaurant and bar concepts. A definite stand-out is Bistro by well-known Australian Chef, Mark Best.

With menus featuring contemporary Western cuisine, Bistro promises guests an inspired dining experience from an internationally acclaimed chef who is at the forefront of the culinary world. While keeping on the Australian theme, Dream also houses the very first floating version of Penfolds Wine Vault. Wine connoisseurs will be able to indulge in an array of rare wines and fine vintages.

Genting Dream’s range of staterooms offer a haven of calm; balancing modern convenience with modern tranquility. It boasts the best beds and bathrooms at sea.

If guests are looking at a little more exclusivity, then tucked away in its own special enclave – Dream Palace is part boutique hotel, part private clubhouse. Step inside and you are in a different world. Here you will find exclusivity, style and impeccable service at every turn.

All Suite guests have access to discreet facilities and amenities; Bespoke 24-hour concierge service, exclusive private lounge, bar and restaurant along with a dedicated private outdoor deck and pool, not to mention our butler service – combining the best of European flair and excellence with heartfelt hospitality.

AND THE IMPORTANT STUFF!

Brisbane Cruise Pursuit

Sofitel Central
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
5.30pm-9.00pm (trivia will start at 6:30)

 

SPACES ARE LIMITED SO REGISTER NOW!

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