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Looking to get your finances in shape? Olivia Travel has a solution—go cruising with them next year and you can pick Suze Orman’s brain. Ms. Orman is scheduled to be onboard Olivia’s cruise sailing between Buenos Aries and Rio de Janeiro in January 21-28, 2014.
The sailing will be a full charter onboard Silversea’s luxurious 296-passenger Silver Cloud. Prices start at $3,999 per-person, not including airfare. Will it be worth the price tag to rub shoulders with Ms. Orman in the lap of small-ship luxury? If you’re booked on the cruise, we’d love to hear about why you’ve chosen it, and we’d really like to get your perspective afterward!
An Olivia press release states, “With Orman as a special celebrity guest, the all-inclusive trip promises to be one of the most exciting, entertaining and educational in the company’s 23-year history of lesbian travel.” More info is available at http://www.olivia.com.
Have you ever sailed on an Olivia trip? We’d love to hear more about it. Comment below!
Wow…we noticed the cool-ness of gay group cruises ages ago; nonetheless, Out Traveler (formerly of glossy-print fame, which ceased publishing a print edition last year) just ran a piece on gay group cruising — in this case, their writer sailed with a group from Aquafest. Don’t forget: you can see gay group cruises and all-gay cruises with MeetMeOnBoard.com’s fabulous gay cruise calendar!
Here’s a link to the story from Out Traveler.
The silly recession (who started it, anyway?) is paying off hugely for those who are able to travel. Cruise discounts are everywhere. Among the best discounts to his my inbox lately is:
14 nights, Fort Lauderdale to London (Southhampton), inside cabin for $479. Some travel agents are even discounting it to $399. Royal Caribbean Independence of the Seas is the ship.
$399…are they out of their minds? Well, probably not. What the cruise lines are out of is moneyed passengers.
While I realize that many GLBT travelers are seriously affected by the recession, I can’t help but suggest to those who can afford it that this is, perhaps, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grab dream cruises at ultra-deep discounts.
So go book this or any cruise. Call your friends and get them to go, too. Then post it to your MeetMeOnBoard.com profiles, make new friends, and sail away at phenomanlly low prices.
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