RACQ President's Cruise 2020

RACQ and APT have joined forces to give members a once-in-a-lifetime luxury European holiday.

RACQ members and their guests are invited to book an exclusive 16-day European cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest from 30 September 2020.

Join RACQ President Bronwyn Morris on a five-star cruise aboard the luxurious MS AmaReina cruise ship to visit 15 destinations over six countries.

Start with a night docked in Amsterdam on 30 September 2020, before heading along the Rhine River, stopping at quaint German towns including Rüdesheim, Miltenberg, Würzburg, Bamberg, Nuremberg and Regensburg along the way. Enter Austria to experience Passau, Melk and delve into the classical musical capital of Vienna. Finally, enjoy a relaxing sail to Budapest before exploring the city and its historic monuments.

The cruise features three signature experiences including access to Namedy Castle in Cologne, a cocktail party and private concert featuring Mozart and Strauss at Vienna’s City Palace and a ride on the Grand Empress steam train with a private tour of GödöllÅ‘ Palace.

Guests can tailor their holiday by choosing from a range of experiences as part of APT’s Freedom of Choice Inclusions in 10 locations along the cruise.

The holiday includes sightseeing shore excursions and onboard entertainment, 41 meals and beverages, transfers, port charges and tipping. Best of all, RACQ members will receive a free night accommodation when booking this special departure.

Prices start from $9995 per person twin share, members must book by 30 November 2019 to take advantage of bonus airfares. Terms and Conditions apply. For more information about holidays like this, contact RACQ Travel on 1300 888 449.

 

RACQ President Bronwyn Morris

President and Group chairman, chairman of RACQ Insurance Limited and Club Insurance Holdings Pty Ltd, director of Members Banking Group Limited, Club Finance Holdings Limited and RACQ Operations Pty Ltd. Chair of the Group Remuneration and Nomination Committee.

Ms Morris is a non-executive director with more than 20 years’ experience across a broad range of industries and entities including ASX-listed, private, government and not-for-profit. She currently serves as chair of Queensland Urban Utilities and is a director of Collins Food Limited and the Menzies Health Institute Queensland. Previously she specialised for more than 20 years as a chartered accountant in audit and corporate services within Australia and overseas. Ms Morris is the Queensland Council president of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.