‘Most extraordinary’ is how APT is choosing to describe its newest Small Ship journey that runs over 79 days & comes with free First Class flights as well as 100,000 Qantas Points.

Impressed? Hold up, that’s not all. APT’s Reykjavik to Istanbul trip is also all-inclusive (so everything on board and on land is covered) and features calls to 80 ports in 18 countries.

Read on for more deets:

 

HOLD OFF ON THE PERKS, WHERE DOES THE CRUISE GO?

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The 79-day odyssey on board MS Caledonian Sky departs on 13 June 2021 and includes calls to 80 ports in 18 countries (as mentioned earlier).

The coastal expedition starts in Iceland’s capital and sets off with absolutely no at-sea days. Stops will include Dublin, Nice, Lisbon, Barcelona and Athens. There’ll also be Scotland’s St Kilda before chcking out Durres, Faroe Islands, Elba, Sardinia, Tangier, Tunis and more.

Late-night departures will ensure guests are able to maximise their visits to various destinations. Plus there’ll be a couple of overnight stays in cities such as Bordeaux and Seville.

Sights along the way will vary and range from glaciers to waterfalls.

 

WHAT’S THE SHIP LIKE?

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According to APT, the MS Caledonian Sky is “one of the finest expedition vessels afloat”.

The ship has 57 suites and is nimble enough to sail into smaller harbours and fjords.

There’s a fleet of Zodiac on board for closer adventures as well as open decks and lounges, a well-stocked library and even a small gym and hairdresser.

 

WHAT WERE THOSE PERKS AGAIN?

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Free First Class flight and 100,000 Qantas Points.

As part of APT’s partnership with Qantas Frequent Flyer (launched in May this year), loyalty members can earn Qantas Points on APT bookings. Guests earn 1 Point per AU$1 spent.

Because this cruise is priced from $114,995pp twin share, travellers can earn at least 100,000 Qantas Points.

The free First Class flights are included in any booking made before 31 January 2020. The flight is valid for travel from Australia.

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