Mid Summer Night's Dream Cruise in January 2012

In the middle of the Southern Hemisphere's summer, try this Mid Summer Night's Dream Cruise with Classic International Cruises. Smaller ships mean a friendly and convivial atmosphere, making this cruise from Fremantle one to remember, and the days at sea a pleasure. First port of call is Esperance, the only port in the South-East of Western Australia. The facilities have been recently upgraded, and it is an excellent gateway for cruisers to this scarcely populated and naturally beautiful region of Australia. The next stop is at Albany on the southwest corner of Australia. Once a penal colony and now a busy port, Albany is a superb natural harbour and a beautifully restored historic city. Here you can enjoy the museums, theatres and restaurants, as well as the scenic beauty of the coast and harbour, before returning after another sea day to Fremantle, the port of Perth.

 Australia's Southwest Coast
by Graeme Churchard Flickr Creative Commons

Cruise Operator: Classic International Cruises
Vessel: Athena
Ports of Call: Esperance, Albany
Sailing Dates: Mon 2 Jan- Sat 7 Jan 2012

Cruise Itinerary

Total length: 5 nights


 Day 1: Departing Fremantle 17:00 Mon 2 Jan 2012
Day 2: At sea
Day 3: Esperance 9:00-18:00 Wed 4 Jan 2012
Day 4: Albany 11:00- 18:00 Thurs, Jan 5 2012
Day 5: At sea
Day 6: Arrives Fremantle 08:00 Sat Jan 7 2012



About the Athena

The handsome-looking Athena with it's classic profile and traditional walk-around deck makes for a unique cruising experience. She carries 650 passengers, but is not lacking in facilities: with both regular and buffet dining, lounges and bars, a show lounge, nightclub, cinema, casino, library, fitness centre, swimming pool and much more, the Athena has all you need with the added extra of the small-ship feel. The atmosphere aboard is relaxed and informal to suit the Aussie locale. Classic International Cruises really does provide the classic cruising experience!


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