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Make Cruise Connections your first port of call and we promise to make your cruise plain sailing.


Whether you are new to cruising or a regular at sea why not give us a try? We won’t promise to be the cheapest but we are competitive and our clientele tell us time and time again that our service is excellent.


From the moment we take your first call to the “Welcome Home” postcard we send after your cruise, you are always first and foremost in our thoughts.


Let us take away the worry and stress of finding your perfect cruise.


We still believe in something that is becoming rather old-fashioned called – Service, by this we mean once a booking is made with us then we will service it right through to your return.


If you are new to cruising and worried about what ship, what deck, what cabin to book then let us offer you our hand-holding service where we guide you through the booking process to make it a more pleasurable experience.


If you cruise regularly but want to be treat as an individual not as a number then call us and you will be teamed up with one of our experienced Cruise Specialists.


Meet our friendly Cruise Specialists... › Diane Noblett


› Michaela Darby › Janet Baren


› Julie McIntyre


› Jackie Heap


› Sue Winsby


› Anne Marie Walne


To receive our latest Cruise Brochure please e-mail info@cruiseoffers.com with “CRUISE BROCHURE” in the subject line with your full address.


To receive our weekly e blasts again e-mail info@cruiseoffers.com with “E-BLASTS” in the subject line.


Also find us on: CONTACT


Willow Mill, Fell View Caton, Lancaster LA2 9RA


Tel: 01524 771 701 Fax: 01524 771 702


info@cruiseoffers.com www.cruiseoffers.com


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