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Celebrities join European river cruise

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APT has long been recognised as a leader in luxury river cruising. For more than 15 years we have been taking travellers through some of Europe’s most exciting destinations. Reflecting our commitment to providing travellers with the experience of a lifetime, two stars of the Australian entertainment industry will be exclusively hosting two of our cruises along Europe’s waterways this September.

Many know John Burgess from Burgo’s Catchphrase or Wheel of Fortune, but now APT passengers have the opportunity to get to know this game show legend in person.

Hosting our 18 Day Magnificent Europe cruise from Amsterdam to Prague departing on 28 September 2010, John will be mixing and mingling with our passengers and sharing in their exploration of Europe.

John has worked on a variety of different radio and television shows over the years, and no doubt will provide much fun and entertainment ensuring a truly memorable cruise.
 
Our other special host has graced the Australian entertainment industry with many different roles over the past 50 years, and is none other than Denise Drysdale.

She has entertained audiences with her infectious sense of humour through radio and television programs, as well as through her movies and stage shows.

Providing a unique opportunity for our passengers to get to know an Australian icon, Denise is hosting our 15-Day Magnificent Europe Cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam departing on 27 September 2010.
 
These two exclusive tours offer a unique opportunity to cruise Europe’s waterways and explore Europe’s cities, villages and towns with an Australian celebrity.

Highlighting the APT difference, both Denise and John are renowned for their fun-loving, energetic personalities and will no doubt have some surprises in store to make our passengers’ river cruise even more special.

Contact APT on 1300 229 804, visit www.aptouring.com.au or see your travel agent for further details.
 



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