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When one cruise just isn't enough

Athena.
Athena. Supplied

AUSTRALIANS who love to cruise can save up to $1200 per couple by combining two back-to-back cruises from Perth and Adelaide this summer aboard Australia's only traditional liner, Athena.

Classic International Cruises has two new combo cruise packages:

Join Athena's 11-night round-trip cruise to Bali from Perth on January 9, 2012, and stay onboard for the following five-night cruise from Perth on January 20 to Adelaide via the chalk-white beaches of Esperance and receive a $600 per person discount on the first cruise on January 9. Including this discount, the two cruises - totalling 16 nights - are now available from $2440 per person, twin-share.

Or sail onAthena's seven-night round-trip cruise from Adelaide on February 5, 2012, to Burnie, Port Arthur and Hobart in Tasmania and then remain onboard for the following six-night cruise from Adelaide to Perth on February 12 via the seafood capital of Port Lincoln and Esperance and save $400 per person off the first cruise on February 5. Including this discount, the two cruises -totalling 13 nights -are now available from $2110 per person, twin-share.

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