Buenos Aires to Miami – Is this the Ultimate Christmas and New Year Cruise?

I know we are only in October, and it seems way too early to be mentioning the ‘C’ word, but the fact is, we have just over nine weeks to go until Christmas, and if you fancy sailing the seven seas aboard a luxury cruise ship this festive season, it’s time to make a plan!

Most Cruise lines offer fantastic cruise packages for the Christmas and New Year period, but if there is one that stands out above the rest, it would have to be the Buenos Aires to Miami ‘Best of Brazil’ offering from Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Christmas Cruise

A 36-night extravaganza departing from Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires on 20th December 2013, the Best of Brazil Christmas and New Year Cruise stops at no less than 22 ports of call, includes up to 76 free shore excursions, a pre-cruise luxury hotel stay, transfers to and from the port, free unlimited beverages including fine wines and premium spirits, all-inclusive dining in gourmet restaurants, and they even throw in a bottle of Welcome Champagne!

Of course, a trip like this is going to cost more than your average selection box and a pair of fluffy slippers, but it is a holiday of a lifetime – and I cannot think of a better present to give (or even better, to receive) this Christmas!

Regent Seven Seas are one of a select few cruise lines who offer a real ‘all-inclusive’ package, and once your trip is paid, the only things you need to budget for are the souvenirs you are sure to buy in the many ports of call, including Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador de Bahia, Manaus (Amazon River), Devil’s Island, St. Barts and Puerto Rico.

So leave the turkey and trimmings to someone else this year, and make this Christmas your most memorable yet, as you discover the Best of Brazil aboard a luxury cruise ship!



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