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WIN $20k trip on one of Aurora Expeditions’ Latin America voyages

In line with #ChooseCruise month across October, Aurora Expeditions is extending its agent incentive offer, giving agents a second chance to win a trip for two worth over AUD$22,900 on one of the new Latin America voyages.


Aurora Expeditions recently announced the winner of their latest agent incentive, Cheryl Scanlan from Phil Hoffman Travel in Adelaide, who has won a trip for two onboard the new expedition ship, the Greg Mortimer.


Set to launch in late October 2019, Greg Mortimer the new state-of-the-art vessel that has been purpose-built for adventure by allowing the expeditioners on board to explore new destinations and disembark the ship for small group excursions and cultural activities unique to each destination.



Scanlan’s prize, valued at over AUD$22,900, is available to book on any of Aurora Expeditions’ recently launched Latin America voyages, with brand-new itineraries including Wild Chile;Treasures of a Coastal DesertPacific to Caribbean Discovery, and Caribbean Odyssey.


The new expeditions span Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Panama, Central America and the Caribbean Coast featuring unique opportunities like visiting the remote Robinson Crusoe islands and a daylight Panama Canal crossing.


Aurora Expeditions managing director Robert Halfpenny said the Latin America itineraries have seen such great interest from customers, they have extended current offers of up to 25% off until 31st October 2018.


“The new Americas trips were launched following strong demand for Aurora Expeditions to offer our signature small ship expeditions outside of the polar regions, and the launch of the new Greg Mortimer ship meant we were able to deliver year-round itineraries in exciting new destinations rarely visited by cruise companies.”


The Aurora Expeditions America flyer can be found here and more information on the agent incentive can be found here.


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