A bridge holiday is a great way of enjoying, improving or learning bridge whilst making new friends and seeing new places.
There are a range of holidays for bridge players – holidays aimed at beginners, holidays aimed at experienced players, holidays overseas and bridge cruises.
Here are some that I’ve found on the net to help you make your choice. (I DON’T get commission! Just the fun of looking and compiling the list.)
Obabikon. Want to get away from it all? Does your partner prefer fishing to playing bridge? This could be the perfect destination for you. Located on an island in the Lake of the Woods in Ontario, Canada. Relax and unwind. (Sounds bliss)
Luxury Bridge Holidays offer the ultimate in bridge holidays in luxury accommodation around the world, including Australia, Japan, UK, India, South Africa, Vietnam. Truly the trip of a lifetime.
Ron Klinger offers holidays to Australia and Norfolk Island and cruises – see below.
Bridge Holidays offer a range of cruises through out the year playing American Standard bridge. You can attend lectures on various aspects of bridge playing, join in directed sessions and also play social bridge.
Destinations include America, Europe and Africa. Something for everyone.
Barbara Seagram also offers a selection of cruises – in 2013 they will be sailing to the Amazon, Russia and Asia.
Alice Travel have cruises to Australia/New Zealand, the Caribbean, Northern Europe, Alaska, New England in the fall – you’ll be spoilt for choice here.
Bridgecruise. Fancy a cruise along the Danube? Visit Saltzburg, Vienna and Budapest. Hear the music of world famous classical composers – and play bridge.
Ron Klinger is offering a cruise to the Far East for 2013.