April 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;4/13/2007, Issue 44, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on the search for a Hawaii-based cruise partner by a mystery shopper in Australia. According to the searching shopper, in order to be qualified, the cruise must have several dining options and interesting shore excursions, the usual range of entertainment and an outside cabin. Moreover, international flights and at least one night's accommodation on land before and after the cruise, are desired.


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