Rare Murray Princess Renmark cruise promises unforgettable New Year’s Eve

Murray Princess

Murray Princess

Rare Murray Princess Renmark cruise promises unforgettable New Year’s Eve

Celebrate the most incredible New Year’s Eve on a unique Murray Princess cruise that only departs once every two years and offers a rare and fascinating itinerary. Departing Mannum on Friday 27 December 2019, the seven-night Renmark New Year’s Eve cruise follows in the footsteps of the great 19th Century pioneers and is filled with exciting new experiences.

Combining the Mannum to Renmark cruise with New Year’s Eve promises a fun-filled adventure. Not only will guests enjoy a spectacular New Year’s Eve a la carte dinner, festivities and dancing, but explore 420kms of the Murray River, her incredible terrain, towering limestone cliffs and discover destinations only visited every couple of years.

For a taste of history visit the quaint towns of Kingston-on-Murray, Loxton and Waikerie. At Kingston-on-Murray see the Cobdogla Irrigation and Steam Museum – home to the world’s only working Humphrey Pump.

At Loxton visit the Kaesler’s Landing Museum and step back in time at ‘The Village’ to discover the stories of the region’s early settlers displayed in over 45 recreated buildings and exhibits along the banks of the Murray River.

At Waikerie explore the township, which was established in 1894, and pay a visit to the Waikerie Machinery Preservation Museum.

Food and wine lovers will enjoy cellar door tastings and a tour of the gardens and orchards at picturesque Caudo Vineyard. Onboard sample the delicious local produce and wines from the Murray and Riverland regions at a food and wine tasting in the Sturt Dining Room.

Along the river learn about Aboriginal history dating back tens of thousands of years at the fascinating Ngaut Nguat Aboriginal Reserve.

At Sunnydale experience a typical Australian woolshed show, followed by a Native Wildlife Shelter where some of South Australia’s most interesting animals are cared for. Then enjoy an Aussie barbeque on the banks of the Murray River.

Bird watchers will love the abundance of Australian birds and can get up close to the river, its 20-million-year-old cliffs and amazing plant and birdlife on the ‘Dragon-Fly’ Flat Bottomed Boat vessel.

The Renmark cruise also offer guests the ultimate experience of navigating through five locks – Lock #1 at Blanchetown, Lock #2 at Waikerie, Lock #3 at Overland Corner, Lock #4 at Bookpurnong and Lock #5 at Renmark.

On-board, sit back on the Murray Princess’s open top deck or in the air-conditioned paddlewheel lounge and watch the working paddle wheel through a two-story glass window. Join the Captain for a general inspection of the wheelhouse, participate in a lively trivia quiz, play some bocce on the riverbank or relax with some fishing off the ship.

Food is another highlight of the cruise. Indulge in a hearty hot buffet breakfast each morning, a delicious two-course or buffet lunch each day and a three-course or buffet dinner each evening. There’s also a spectacular farewell Captain’s Buffet Dinner and Dance.

Early Booking Saver Fares for the Mannum to Renmark New Year’s Eve cruise starts from A$2352 per person twin share.  The cruise departs Mannum on Friday 27th December 2019 at 4.30pm and arrives at Renmark on Friday 3rd January 2020 at 9.30am.

Prices include accommodation, all meals, guided nature walks, eco-excursions, onboard presentations, onboard WiFi, live entertainment, use of ship’s facilities including a sun deck, bar, two lounges, restaurant and mini gymnasium and complimentary scenic coach transfers from and to Adelaide or secure car-parking in Mannum and post cruise coach transfer to Adelaide airport.

Private car transfers for up to four people are also available from and to Adelaide CBD to Mannum and return to Adelaide Airport for A$150 per person each way, based on two people travelling.

For further information visit www.murrayprincess.com.au

For further information and bookings contact T: 1300 729 938 from within Australia or +61 9 8202 8697 from Oversea, Email: murrayprincess@sealink.com.au or Visit: www.murrayprincess.com.au

About SeaLink Travel Group

SeaLink Travel Group is one of Australia’s most dynamic travel companies, bringing the nation’s best tourism and transport experiences to the world. With more than 1,600 passionate staff across the country, we deliver fantastic services to more than eight million customers annually.  With a vessel fleet of 80 and a coach fleet of 62 vehicles, our Adelaide-based company has undergone a remarkable period of growth, emerging as a significant player on the national tourism and transport scene.

At SeaLink, we believe travel is about connecting people, sharing experiences and creating brilliant memories.  Our operations extend across New South Wales, Queensland, the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania, including:

Cruises, ferry and charter services on Sydney Harbour, Swan River and on the Murray River
Passenger, vehicle and freight ferry services from Kangaroo Island to the South Australian mainland, North Stradbroke Island and Southern Moreton Bay Islands to south-east Queensland and from the Tasmanian mainland to Bruny Island
Resort accommodation, restaurants, touring and ferry services on Fraser Island, Queensland
Day tours, extended touring and charter operations on Kangaroo Island and on the South Australia mainland
Passenger ferry services in Townsville, Darwin and Perth
Lunch and dinner cruises on the Swan River and on Sydney Harbour
Ferry and barging services in south-east Queensland and Gladstone
Exclusive 4WD foreign language adventure-based tours
Retail travel agencies in Adelaide and Townsville
Tour wholesaling to the travel trade
Adventure, accommodation and bistro at Vivonne Bay, Kangaroo Island
SeaLink successfully listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in October 2013 (ASX:SLK).

Source = SeaLink Travel Group
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