QuirkyCruise.com is giving one lucky reader a chance to live the life of a Travel Writer
QuirkyCruise.com is giving one lucky winner a chance to experience life as a travel writer by giving away a small-ship Caribbean cruise for two with one of their favorite lines, Island Windjammers.
"I've been very fortunate to pursue a career that affords me the opportunity to do two things I love so much — writing and traveling," Heidi says.
Yes, it's true, travel writing can be glamorous, loads of fun, and a great way to see the world. Sure, there are also pesky deadlines, persnickety editors and writers' block, but you know what they say, "it's a tough job but someone's got to do it!"
And don't just take their word for it. QuirkyCruise.com is giving one lucky winner a chance to experience life as a travel writer by giving away a small-ship Caribbean cruise for two with one of their favorite lines, Island Windjammers. Although it is not required, Heidi and Ted are giving the winner the opportunity to work with one of their staff writers to pen an article about their experience and have it published on QuirkyCruise.com. If the winner isn't a confident writer, no worries, they can take pictures and discuss the trip with a QuirkyCruise.com writer who will help them tell their story.
"We're thrilled to share the small-ship cruise experience we're so passionate about with one of our QuirkyCruise.com readers," Ted adds.
Heidi and Ted just love small-ship cruises under 300 passengers, especially the most wonderfully off-beat "quirky" ones that are anything but mainstream. They look forward to readers from all over the world entering the contest and subscribing to their free monthly newsletter for a chance to win the cruise … and try their hand at travel writing too!!
Here is a link to the online entry form: http://bit.ly/
Island Windjammers' fleet of three classic sailing ships offers a casual, wind-in-your hair island-hopping jaunt in the Caribbean aboard wonderfully romantic ships. The cozy cabins are all en-suite with air conditioning. Six-night cruises sail to the Caribbean's less touristy islands — from Bequia to Marie Galante, Mayreau, Jost Van Dyke and Nevis — and depart from St. Lucia, Grenada, Tortola or St. Kitts.
Travel writers Heidi Sarna and Ted Scull have cruised and explored the world, from the Arctic to Antarctica, across oceans and lakes, and along canals and rivers in between, writing for well-known newspapers, websites, guidebooks and magazines. Between them, they've taken hundreds of cruises on ships of all types, but their true love is small ships — the quirky, offbeat vessels that take small groups of passengers on adventures near and far. They also work with a select group of well-traveled writers who contribute to QuirkyCruise.com.
Entirely focused on the small-ship cruise experience aboard vessels carrying no more than 300 passengers, http://www.QuirkyCruise.com is packed with articles, news, and reviews covering 84 small-ship cruise lines (and counting!) of all kinds all over the world.
If you would like more information or are interested in scheduling an interview with Heidi or Ted, please contact Elysa Leonard of Splash Communications at 571-426-5145 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elysa Leonard, CEO - Splash Communications