Escape the Valentine’s Day mush with a Viking Line Cinderella party to remember
Thursday 20, January 2011
Who says February 14th has to be filled with hearts and candlelight? If the thought of a mushy Valentine’s Day brings you out in a cold sweat, why not break the rules this year and enjoy a weekend to remember with your mates on board the Viking Line Cinderella?
The Viking Line Cinderella ship sleeps 2,500 people all on board to party like there’s no tomorrow and sails from Stockholm to begin the 22-hour floating party through the Baltic Archipelago.
Before you get the party started be sure to visit the all-you-can-eat-and-drink (including wine and beer) Smörgåsbord buffet which is included in the price of the trip.
Once you’re suitably stuffed, take advantage of the five bars, pubs and clubs on board including a three-storey nightclub which plays live music and serves some awesome cocktails, an after-hours club for the hardcore party-goers that is open until well after 5am. And if you’re feeling lucky a spin on the roulette wheel at the Casino is a must. For those who just can’t tear themselves away from the action, the Wine and Whisky Bar is the perfect place to wind down and sip on the last few drinks before hitting the sack.
The en-suite cabins are only a skip away from all of the craziness which means an amazing night out minus the last orders rush, never ending taxi-queues and the long ride home!
In the morning whilst floating past the tranquil scenery of Scandinavia there’s time to ward off the inevitable hangover with a buffet breakfast (also included in the price of the trip) before the Cinderella docks.
Stockholm is one of the most stylish and party hard cities in Europe and if it’s culture, shopping or partying you’re into there is something for everyone. With this in mind Cruise Emagine offers four Cinderella party packages to choose from:
For further information about the Cinderella cruise and other cruise experiences offered by Cruise Emagine visit www.cruiseemagine.com/party-cruise.aspx
*To sail on board the Cinderella you must be 21 years and over.
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