Make-a-wish offers Christmas lunch on cruise liner, with floating circus

Press Release – Make-A-Wish
Make-A-Wish Christmas Lunch on Pacific Pearl
Monday 19th December, check-in 9.30am, finish 2.30pm
P&O Cruises’ Pacific Pearl, Auckland Viaduct

Prepare to be wowed by a floating circus, a tour of an amazing superliner, and enjoy a sumptuous Christmas lunch aboard P&O’s beautiful Pacific Pearl – and give in to a little Christmas spirit, courtesy of Make-A-Wish.

Make-A-Wish New Zealand brings what we feel at Christmas all throughout the year to children with life-threatening illnesses, allowing hope, strength, and joy to enter their lives when things are tough.

To start the day, you will be led into Pacific Pearl’s magnificent atrium where Pacific Cirque performers await, ready to surprise and astound you with their aerial displays of daring acrobatics. While you watch the show, sip on a beverage and help yourself to a delicious selection of canapés.

After the performance, continue to be entertained while being taken on an exclusive tour of Pacific Pearl, ending at the on-board Waterfront restaurant where a lavish four-course Christmas-themed lunch will be served.

While there, be sure to purchase a raffle ticket with a chance to win a nine-night Escape Cruise departing New Zealand at the end of April 2013.

We all have a lot of things on our Christmas wish list – Make-A-Wish children only have one unforgettable wish-experience on theirs. Help them get there, and treat yourself, your friends or your workmates to a bit of pre-Christmas fun along the way!

To reserve your tickets, please phone 09 920 4760 or email info@makeawish.org.nz.

EVENT DETAILS

What: Make-A-Wish Fundraiser – A four-course lunch including beverages and a unique experience aboard Pacific Pearl

When: Dec 19, check in 9.30am – 2.30pm

Where: Board at Princes Wharf in Auckland’s Viaduct

All-inclusive ticket price: $90 per person

www.makeawish.org.nz

NOTE TO EDITOR:

As a part of P&O Cruises security measures that are in line with international maritime regulations, everyone who comes aboard will be required to bring photo ID (passport, or driver’s licence) that matches the booking information provided. Pacific Pearl will not leave the port during this event.

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