CUNARD Alaska 2021 and Winter 2022 Itineraries

Travel the globe in unparalleled style with Cunard

Cunard’s magnificent fleet takes to the high seas in the winter of 2022 on programme of inspiring journeys to the four corners of the globe. Stretching from two-night short breaks to 108-night full World Journeys, these famous Ocean Liners will venture to 38 different countries, while making 14 maiden calls.

Cunard’s iconic flagship, Queen Mary 2, will embark on a 71-night cultural foray into the Caribbean and South America. Queen Elizabeth will perform an enticing series of in-depth voyages between Sydney to Auckland and into the bustling heart of the Far East. And Queen Victoria will set out on a classic 108-night western circumnavigation of the globe.

QUEEN ELIZABETH

In winter 2021-2022 Queen Elizabeth continues on her alluring, voyages of discovery series throughout Australasia and Asia. Offering deeper and richer experiences, these regionally focused journeys, ranging from seven to 23 nights, are filled with both a sense of adventure and stunning diversity.

Voyage Code Voyage Name Description Sail Date Return Date Nights From Port To Port
Q117A Japan And Alaska Asia Tue 25-May-21 Tue 22-Jun-21 29 Tokyo Vancouver
Q117B Japan And Alaska Asia Tue 25-May-21 Fri 02-Jul-21 39 Tokyo Vancouver
Q118N Japan And Alaska Asia Thu 03-Jun-21 Tue 22-Jun-21 20 Tokyo Vancouver
Q118A Japan And Alaska Asia Thu 03-Jun-21 Fri 02-Jul-21 30 Tokyo Vancouver
Q119 Alaska Alaska Tue 22-Jun-21 Fri 02-Jul-21 10 Vancouver Vancouver
Q120 Alaska Alaska Fri 02-Jul-21 Mon 12-Jul-21 10 Vancouver Vancouver
Q121 Alaska Alaska Mon 12-Jul-21 Thu 22-Jul-21 10 Vancouver Vancouver
Q122 Alaska Alaska Thu 22-Jul-21 Tue 03-Aug-21 12 Vancouver Vancouver
Q123 Alaska Alaska Tue 03-Aug-21 Fri 13-Aug-21 10 Vancouver Vancouver
Q124 Alaska Alaska Fri 13-Aug-21 Mon 23-Aug-21 10 Vancouver Vancouver
Q125 Alaska Alaska Mon 23-Aug-21 Thu 02-Sep-21 10 Vancouver Vancouver
Q125A Japan And Alaska Asia Mon 23-Aug-21 Wed 22-Sep-21 29 Vancouver Tokyo
Q125B Japan And Alaska Asia Mon 23-Aug-21 Fri 01-Oct-21 38 Vancouver Tokyo
Q126 Alaska And Japan Asia Thu 02-Sep-21 Wed 22-Sep-21 19 Vancouver Tokyo
Q126A Japan And Alaska Asia Thu 02-Sep-21 Fri 01-Oct-21 28 Vancouver Tokyo
Q132D New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Fri 19-Nov-21 Thu 02-Dec-21 13 Brisbane Auckland
Q133 New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Sun 21-Nov-21 Thu 02-Dec-21 11 Sydney Auckland
Q133B New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Sun 21-Nov-21 Tue 14-Dec-21 23 Sydney Sydney
Q134 New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Thu 02-Dec-21 Tue 14-Dec-21 12 Auckland Sydney
Q135 Tasmania Australia & New Zealand Tue 14-Dec-21 Wed 22-Dec-21 8 Sydney Sydney
Q135B New Zealand and Tasmania Australia & New Zealand Tue 14-Dec-21 Wed 05-Jan-22 22 Sydney Sydney
Q201 New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Wed 22-Dec-21 Wed 05-Jan-22 14 Sydney Sydney
Q201A New Zealand and Tasmania Australia & New Zealand Wed 22-Dec-21 Wed 12-Jan-22 21 Sydney Sydney
Q202 Tasmania Australia & New Zealand Wed 05-Jan-22 Wed 12-Jan-22 7 Sydney Sydney
Q202A South Pacific & Tasmania South Pacific Wed 05-Jan-22 Tue 25-Jan-22 20 Sydney Sydney
Q203 South Pacific South Pacific Wed 12-Jan-22 Tue 25-Jan-22 13 Sydney Sydney
Q204 Australia Short Break Australia & New Zealand Tue 25-Jan-22 Thu 27-Jan-22 2 Sydney Melbourne
Q205 New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Thu 27-Jan-22 Wed 09-Feb-22 13 Melbourne Melbourne
Q205C New Zealand and South Australia Australia & New Zealand Thu 27-Jan-22 Mon 14-Feb-22 18 Melbourne Melbourne
Q206 Southern Australia Australia & New Zealand Wed 09-Feb-22 Mon 14-Feb-22 5 Melbourne Melbourne
Q206A Australia Short Break Australia & New Zealand Wed 09-Feb-22 Fri 11-Feb-22 2 Melbourne Adelaide
Q206B New Zealand and South Australia Australia & New Zealand Wed 09-Feb-22 Sun 27-Feb-22 18 Melbourne Melbourne
Q206D New Zealand and South Australia Australia & New Zealand Fri 11-Feb-22 Tue 22-Feb-22 11 Adelaide Auckland
Q206E New Zealand and South Australia Australia & New Zealand Fri 11-Feb-22 Sun 27-Feb-22 16 Adelaide Melbourne
Q206G New Zealand and South Australia Australia & New Zealand Fri 11-Feb-22 Sat 05-Mar-22 22 Adelaide Adelaide
Q207 New Zealand Australia & New Zealand Mon 14-Feb-22 Sun 27-Feb-22 13 Melbourne Melbourne
Q207D New Zealand and South Australia Australia & New Zealand Tue 22-Feb-22 Sat 05-Mar-22 11 Auckland Adelaide
Q208 Australia Short Break Australia & New Zealand Sun 27-Feb-22 Wed 02-Mar-22 3 Melbourne Sydney
Q209 Southern Australia Australia & New Zealand Wed 02-Mar-22 Wed 09-Mar-22 7 Sydney Sydney
Q209D Australia Short Break Australia & New Zealand Sat 05-Mar-22 Wed 09-Mar-22 4 Adelaide Sydney
Q210N Sydney to Singapore Asia Wed 09-Mar-22 Thu 24-Mar-22 15 Sydney Singapore
Q210A Sydney to Hong Kong Asia Wed 09-Mar-22 Fri 01-Apr-22 23 Sydney Hong Kong
Q210C Sydney to Tokyo Asia Wed 09-Mar-22 Wed 13-Apr-22 35 Sydney Yokohama
Q211N Singapore to Hong Kong Asia Thu 24-Mar-22 Fri 01-Apr-22 8 Singapore Hong Kong
Q211A Singapore to Shanghai Asia Thu 24-Mar-22 Tue 05-Apr-22 12 Singapore Shanghai
Q211B Singapore to Tokyo Asia Thu 24-Mar-22 Wed 13-Apr-22 20 Singapore Yokohama
Q212 Hong Kong to Tokyo Asia Fri 01-Apr-22 Wed 13-Apr-22 12 Hong Kong Yokohama
Q212B Shanghai to Tokyo Asia Tue 05-Apr-22 Wed 13-Apr-22 8 Shanghai Yokohama
Q213 Southern Japan Asia Wed 13-Apr-22 Fri 22-Apr-22 9 Yokohama Yokohama
Q213A Japan Grand Voyage Asia Wed 13-Apr-22 Sun 01-May-22 18 Yokohama Yokohama
Q214 Southern Islands Asia Fri 22-Apr-22 Sun 01-May-22 9 Yokohama Yokohama
Q214A Japan Grand Voyage Asia Fri 22-Apr-22 Sun 08-May-22 16 Yokohama Yokohama
Q215 Japan (Golden Week) Asia Sun 01-May-22 Sun 08-May-22 7 Yokohama Yokohama
Q215A Japan Grand Voyage Asia Sun 01-May-22 Tue 17-May-22 16 Yokohama Yokohama
Q216 Japan Circumnavigation Asia Sun 08-May-22 Tue 17-May-22 9 Yokohama Yokohama
Q216A Japan Grand Voyage Asia Sun 08-May-22 Thu 26-May-22 18 Yokohama Yokohama
Q217 Northern Japan, Hokkaido And Russia Asia Tue 17-May-22 Thu 26-May-22 9 Yokohama Yokohama
Q217A Japan Grand Voyage Asia Tue 17-May-22 Sat 04-Jun-22 18 Yokohama Yokohama
Q218 Japan Circumnavigation Asia Thu 26-May-22 Sat 04-Jun-22 9 Yokohama Yokohama

 

QUEEN MARY 2

In winter 2022 Queen Mary 2 charts a course for an exotic 71-night winter escape to the Caribbean and of South America, boasting an enticing mix of exploration, enrichment, and relaxation. She also continues with her Transatlantic Crossings and provides a rare opportunity to chase the Northern Lights in Norway.

Voyage Code Voyage Name Description Sail Date Return Date Nights From Port To Port
M202A Roundtrip Transatlantic Crossing Transatlantic Mon 03-Jan-22 Tue 18-Jan-22 15 New York New York
M203 Westbound TransatlanticCrossing Transatlantic Mon 10-Jan-22 Tue 18-Jan-22 8 Southampton New York
M203A Southampton to Santos Panama Canal & Central America Mon 10-Jan-22 Tue 08-Feb-22 29 Southampton Santos
M203B Southampton to Montevideo Panama Canal & Central America Mon 10-Jan-22 Mon 21-Feb-22 42 Southampton Montevideo
M203C Caribbean and South America Panama Canal & Central America Mon 10-Jan-22 Tue 22-Mar-22 71 Southampton Southampton
M203D Caribbean and South America Panama Canal & Central America Mon 10-Jan-22 Thu 24-Mar-22 73 Southampton Hamburg
M204 New York to Santos Panama Canal & Central America Tue 18-Jan-22 Tue 08-Feb-22 21 New York Santos
M204A New York to Montevideo Panama Canal & Central America Tue 18-Jan-22 Mon 21-Feb-22 34 New York Montevideo
M204B Caribbean and South America Panama Canal & Central America Tue 18-Jan-22 Mon 14-Mar-22 55 New York New York
M205 Santos to Montevideo Panama Canal & Central America Tue 08-Feb-22 Mon 21-Feb-22 13 Santos Montevideo
M205A Santos to New York Panama Canal & Central America Tue 08-Feb-22 Mon 14-Mar-22 34 Santos New York
M205B Santos to Southampton Panama Canal & Central America Tue 08-Feb-22 Tue 22-Mar-22 42 Santos Southampton
M206 Montevideo to New York South America Mon 21-Feb-22 Mon 14-Mar-22 21 Montevideo New York
M206A Montevideo to Southampton South America Mon 21-Feb-22 Tue 22-Mar-22 29 Montevideo Southampton
M206B Montevideo to Hamburg South America Mon 21-Feb-22 Thu 24-Mar-22 31 Montevideo Hamburg
M207 Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing Transatlantic Mon 14-Mar-22 Tue 22-Mar-22 8 New York Southampton
M207A Eastbound TransatlanticCrossing to Hamburg Transatlantic Mon 14-Mar-22 Thu 24-Mar-22 10 New York Hamburg
M207B Norway and Northern Lights Northern Europe Mon 14-Mar-22 Sun 10-Apr-22 27 New York New York
M208 Norway and Northern Lights Northern Europe Tue 22-Mar-22 Sun 03-Apr-22 12 Southampton Southampton
M208A Southampton to Hamburg Western Europe Tue 22-Mar-22 Thu 24-Mar-22 2 Southampton Hamburg
M208B Norway and Northern Lights Northern Europe Thu 24-Mar-22 Sun 03-Apr-22 10 Hamburg Southampton
M208C Norway and Northern Lights Northern Europe Thu 24-Mar-22 Sun 10-Apr-22 17 Hamburg New York
M209 Westbound TransatlanticCrossing Transatlantic Sun 03-Apr-22 Sun 10-Apr-22 7 Southampton New York

 

QUEEN VICTORIA

In winter 2022 Queen Victoria embarks on a captivating 108-night complete, western circumnavigation of the globe. Calling at some of the world’s most remarkable destinations, her journey takes her across the Atlantic, through the Panama Canal, traverses the Pacific to Australia, through the Far East and Indian Ocean, and around Africa’s Cape of Good Hope.

Voyage Code Voyage Name Description Sail Date Return Date Nights From Port To Port
V202A Hamburg Short Break Northern Europe Thu 06-Jan-22 Mon 10-Jan-22 4 Southampton Southampton
V203 Hamburg To Southampton Western Europe Sat 08-Jan-22 Mon 10-Jan-22 2 Hamburg Southampton
V203A Westbound Transatlantic Crossing to fort lauderdale Transatlantic Sat 08-Jan-22 Fri 21-Jan-22 13 Hamburg Fort Lauderdale
V203B Hamburg To Sydney World Voyage Sat 08-Jan-22 Tue 01-Mar-22 51 Hamburg Sydney
V203C World Voyage World Voyage Sat 08-Jan-22 Sun 01-May-22 112 Hamburg Hamburg
V204 Westbound Transatlantic Crossing to fort lauderdale World Voyage Mon 10-Jan-22 Fri 21-Jan-22 11 Southampton Fort Lauderdale
V204A Southampton To San Francisco Panama Canal & Central America Mon 10-Jan-22 Sun 06-Feb-22 27 Southampton San Francisco
V204C Southampton To Sydney World Voyage Mon 10-Jan-22 Tue 01-Mar-22 49 Southampton Sydney
V204D World Voyage World Voyage Mon 10-Jan-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 108 Southampton Southampton
V205 Panama Canal World Voyage Fri 21-Jan-22 Sun 06-Feb-22 16 Fort Lauderdale San Francisco
V205B Fort Lauderdale to Southampton World Voyage Fri 21-Jan-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 97 Fort Lauderdale Southampton
V206 San Francisco to Sydney World Voyage Sun 06-Feb-22 Tue 01-Mar-22 22 San Francisco Sydney
V206B San Francisco To Southampton World Voyage Sun 06-Feb-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 81 San Francisco Southampton
V207 Sydney to Hong Kong World Voyage Tue 01-Mar-22 Mon 21-Mar-22 20 Sydney Hong Kong
V207B Sydney to Singapore Asia Tue 01-Mar-22 Sat 26-Mar-22 25 Sydney Singapore
V207C Sydney To Cape Town World Voyage Tue 01-Mar-22 Thu 14-Apr-22 44 Sydney Cape Town
V207D Sydney To Southampton World Voyage Tue 01-Mar-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 59 Sydney Southampton
V208 Hong Kong To Cape Town World Voyage Mon 21-Mar-22 Thu 14-Apr-22 24 Hong Kong Cape Town
V208A Hong Kong To Singapore Asia Mon 21-Mar-22 Sat 26-Mar-22 5 Hong Kong Singapore
V208B Hong Kong To Southampton World Voyage Mon 21-Mar-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 39 Hong Kong Southampton
V208C Singapore To Cape Town Asia Sat 26-Mar-22 Thu 14-Apr-22 19 Singapore Cape Town
V208D Singapore To Southampton World Voyage Sat 26-Mar-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 34 Singapore Southampton
V209 Cape Town To Southampton World Voyage Thu 14-Apr-22 Fri 29-Apr-22 15 Cape Town Southampton
V209A Cape Town To Hamburg Africa & Indian Ocean Thu 14-Apr-22 Sun 01-May-22 17 Cape Town Hamburg
V210 Southampton To Hamburg Western Europe Fri 29-Apr-22 Sun 01-May-22 2 Southampton Hamburg

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**NEW for 2021** Azura will take over from Oceana and will operate Fly Mediterranean season throughout the summer

Azura A105A Sat 06 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A106 Fri 19 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 13 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A106A Fri 19 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 20 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta (evening) – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A106B Fri 19 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 27 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta (evening) – Dubrovnik  – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A106C Sat 20 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 12 Fly UK to Barbados – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A106D Sat 20 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 19 Fly UK to Barbados – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta (evening) – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A106E Sat 20 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 26 Fly UK to Barbados – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta (evening) – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini  – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A107 Thu 01 Apr 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A107A Thu 01 Apr 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A107B Thu 08 Apr 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A107C Thu 08 Apr 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta (evening) – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A108 Thu 15 Apr 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta (evening) – Kotor – Split – Trieste (evening) – Zadar – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A108A Thu 15 Apr 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A108B Thu 22 Apr 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Kotor h – Split – Trieste (evening) – Zadar – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A108C Thu 22 Apr 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Kotor – Split – Trieste (evening) – Zadar – Valletta (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Monte Carlo – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A109 Thu 29 Apr 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Monte Carlo – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta (evening) – Mykonos – Chania (from Souda Bay), Crete – Athens (from Piraeus) – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A109A Thu 29 Apr 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Monte Carlo – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A109B Thu 06 May 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Mykonos – Chania (from Souda Bay), Crete – Athens (from Piraeus) – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A109C Thu 06 May 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Mykonos – Chania (from Souda Bay), Crete – Athens (from Piraeus) – Santorini – Valletta (evening) – Hvar – Trieste – Zadar – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A110 Thu 13 May 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Hvar – Trieste – Zadar – Dubrovnik  – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini  – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A110A Thu 13 May 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Hvar – Trieste – Zadar – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A110B Thu 20 May 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A110C Thu 20 May 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta (evening) – Split – Trieste (evening) – Rovinj – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A111 Thu 27 May 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Split – Trieste (evening) – Rovinj – Dubrovnik – Valletta (evening) – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A111A Thu 27 May 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Split – Trieste (evening) – Rovinj – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A111B Thu 03 Jun 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A111C Thu 03 Jun 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A112 Thu 10 Jun 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion – Valletta (evening) – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A112A Thu 10 Jun 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A112B Thu 17 Jun 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A112C Thu 17 Jun 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta (evening) – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A113 Thu 24 Jun 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Chania (from Souda Bay), Crete – Santorini – Rhodes – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A113A Thu 24 Jun 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A113B Thu 01 Jul 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Chania (from Souda Bay), Crete – Santorini – Rhodes – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A113C Thu 01 Jul 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Chania (from Souda Bay), Crete – Santorini – Rhodes – Valletta (evening) – Kotor – Split – Trieste – Zadar – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A114 Thu 08 Jul 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Kotor – Split – Trieste – Zadar – Valletta (evening) – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A114A Thu 08 Jul 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Kotor – Split – Trieste – Zadar – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A114B Thu 15 Jul 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A114C Thu 15 Jul 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Rhodes – Heraklion, Crete – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A115 Thu 22 Jul 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Rhodes – Heraklion, Crete – Valletta (evening) – Hvar – Trieste – Zadar – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A115A Thu 22 Jul 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Rhodes – Heraklion, Crete – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A115B Thu 29 Jul 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Hvar – Trieste – Zadar – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A115C Thu 29 Jul 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Hvar – Trieste – Zadar – Dubrovnik – Valletta (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Monte Carlo – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A116 Thu 05 Aug 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Monte Carlo – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A116A Thu 05 Aug 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Monte Carlo – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A116B Thu 12 Aug 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A116C Thu 12 Aug 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta (evening) – Split – Trieste (evening) – Rovinj – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A117 Thu 19 Aug 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Split – Trieste (evening) – Rovinj – Dubrovnik – Valletta (evening) – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A117A Thu 19 Aug 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Split – Trieste (evening) – Rovinj – Dubrovnik – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A117B Thu 26 Aug 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A117C Thu 26 Aug 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A118 Thu 02 Sep 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion – Valletta (evening) – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A118A Thu 02 Sep 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A118B Thu 09 Sep 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A118C Thu 09 Sep 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik – Hvar – Trieste – Split – Valletta (evening) – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A119 Thu 16 Sep 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta (evening) – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A119A Thu 16 Sep 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A119B Thu 23 Sep 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A119C Thu 23 Sep 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (from Piraeus) – Ephesus (from Kusadasi) – Rhodes – Santorini – Valletta (evening) – Kotor – Split – Trieste – Zadar – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A120 Thu 30 Sep 21 Europe Fly 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Kotor – Split – Trieste – Zadar – Valletta (evening) – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A120A Thu 30 Sep 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Kotor – Split – Trieste – Zadar – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A120B Thu 07 Oct 21 Europe Fly 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A120C Thu 07 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 23 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A120D Thu 07 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 22 Fly UK to Valletta – Ajaccio, Corsica – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A121 Thu 14 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 15 Fly UK to Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts t – St Lucia – Barbados – Fly to UK p
Azura A121A Thu 14 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 16 Fly UK to Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A122 Fri 29 Oct 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A122A Sat 30 Oct 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A123 Fri 12 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A123A Sat 13 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A124 Fri 26 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A124A Sat 27 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A125 Fri 10 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Tobago – Bonaire – Curaçao – Aruba – Tortola – Guadeloupe – Dominica – Martinique – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A125A Fri 10 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 28 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Tobago – Bonaire – Curaçao – Aruba – Tortola – Guadeloupe – Dominica – Martinique – Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – Antigua – St Maarten – St Kitts – Grand Turk – Tortola – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A125B Sat 11 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Tobago – Bonaire – Curaçao – Aruba – Tortola – Guadeloupe – Dominica – Martinique – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A125C Sat 11 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 28 Fly UK to Barbados – Tobago – Bonaire – Curaçao – Aruba – Tortola – Guadeloupe – Dominica – Martinique – Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – Antigua – St Maarten – St Kitts – Grand Turk – Tortola – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A126 Fri 24 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – Antigua – St Maarten – St Kitts – Grand Turk – Tortola – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A126A Sat 25 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – Antigua – St Maarten – St Kitts  – Grand Turk – Tortola – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A201 Fri 07 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A201A Sat 08 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A202 Fri 21 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A202A Sat 22 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A203 Fri 04 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A203A Sat 05 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A204 Fri 18 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A204A Sat 19 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A205 Fri 04 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
Azura A205A Sat 05 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Azura A206 Fri 18 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 13 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Fly to UK
Azura A206A Sat 19 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 12 Fly UK to Barbados – Gran Canaria – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Fly to UK

Iona offers 7 night Norway Fjord cruises from April through to September, and deliver a mixed season of Spain and Portugal, Spain, Portugal and Canary Islands and Northern European City Escapes during her winter season.

Why not celebrate the Festive Season at sea with a 16 night Spain, Portugal and Canary Islands cruise over Christmas & New Year!

Iona G109 Sat 10 Apr 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G110 Sat 17 Apr 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Haugesund – Kristiansand – Southampton
Iona G111 Sat 24 Apr 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Haugesund – Kristiansand – Southampton
Iona G112 Sat 01 May 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G113 Sat 08 May 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G114 Sat 15 May 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Geiranger t – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G115 Sat 22 May 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Geiranger t – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G116 Sat 29 May 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G117 Sat 05 Jun 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G118 Sat 12 Jun 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G119 Sat 19 Jun 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G120 Sat 26 Jun 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G121 Sat 03 Jul 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G122 Sat 10 Jul 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G123 Sat 17 Jul 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G124 Sat 24 Jul 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G125 Sat 31 Jul 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G126 Sat 07 Aug 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G127 Sat 14 Aug 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G128 Sat 21 Aug 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G129 Sat 28 Aug 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G130 Sat 04 Sep 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G131 Sat 11 Sep 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G132 Sat 18 Sep 21 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Haugesund – Southampton
Iona G133 Sat 25 Sep 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Malaga – Alicante – Barcelona (evening) – Valencia (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G134 Sat 09 Oct 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura (evening) – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G135 Sat 23 Oct 21 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Rotterdam (for Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Iona G136 Sat 30 Oct 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Malaga – Alicante – Barcelona (overnight) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G137 Sat 13 Nov 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
Iona G138 Sat 27 Nov 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo (evening) – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (evening) – Valencia (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G139 Sat 11 Dec 21 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Rotterdam (for Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Iona G140 Sat 18 Dec 21 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
Iona G201 Mon 03 Jan 22 Atlantic Coast Iberia 12 Southampton – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G202 Sat 15 Jan 22 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
Iona G203 Sat 29 Jan 22 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (evening) – Valencia (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G204 Sat 12 Feb 22 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Rotterdam (for Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Iona G205 Sat 19 Feb 22 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura (evening) – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G206 Sat 05 Mar 22 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (overnight) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Iona G207 Sat 19 Mar 22 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
Iona G208 Sat 02 Apr 22 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Rotterdam (for Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton

Britannia offers a mix of Short Breaks and Northern European City Escape, as well as a dedicated

summer season of Western Mediterranean Cruises between May and October, offering a mix of relaxation and exploration.

During the winter months she returns to the Caribbean and offers 7 and 14 night cruises out of Barbados and St Lucia.

Britannia B108 Fri 09 Apr 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Gijon – La Coruña – Bilbao – Cherbourg – Southampton
Britannia B109 Fri 16 Apr 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Britannia B110 Sun 18 Apr 21 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Rotterdam (for Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Cherbourg – Southampton
Britannia B111 Sun 25 Apr 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 13 Southampton – La Coruña – Seville (from Cádiz) (evening) – Malaga (evening) – Valencia – Cartagena – Lisbon – Southampton
Britannia B112 Sat 08 May 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B113 Sat 22 May 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B114 Sat 05 Jun 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B115 Sat 19 Jun 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Vigo – Southampton
Britannia B116 Sat 03 Jul 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B117 Sat 17 Jul 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Malaga – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Barcelona (evening) – Ibiza – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B118 Sat 31 Jul 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Malaga – Alicante – Villefranche – Barcelona (evening) – Ibiza – Lisbon – Southampton
Britannia B119 Sat 14 Aug 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Malaga – Ajaccio, Corsica – Villefranche – Barcelona (evening) – Ibiza – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B120 Sat 28 Aug 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B121 Sat 11 Sep 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Vigo – Southampton
Britannia B122 Sat 25 Sep 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (evening) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Vigo – Southampton
Britannia B123 Sat 09 Oct 21 Western Mediterranean 13 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Toulon – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Britannia B124 Fri 22 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 14 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B124A Fri 22 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 15 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B124B Fri 22 Oct 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 22 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Bonaire – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B125 Fri 05 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Bonaire – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B125A Sat 06 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Bonaire – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B125B Sat 06 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Bonaire – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B125C Sat 13 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B125D Sat 13 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14  Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B126 Fri 19 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B126A Sat 20 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B126B Sat 20 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B126C Sat 27 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B126D Sat 27 Nov 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B127 Fri 03 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B127A Sat 04 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua t – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B127B Sat 04 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B127C Sat 11 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B127D Sat 11 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B128 Fri 17 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B128E Sat 18 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B128F Sat 18 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B128G Sat 25 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B128H Sat 25 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B201 Fri 31 Dec 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B201A Sat 01 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B201B Sat 01 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B201C Sat 08 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B201D Sat 08 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B202 Fri 14 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B202A Sat 15 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B202B Sat 15 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B202C Sat 22 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B202D Sat 22 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B203 Fri 28 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B203A Sat 29 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B203B Sat 29 Jan 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B203C Sat 05 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B203D Sat 05 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B204 Fri 11 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B204A Sat 12 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B204B Sat 12 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B204C Sat 19 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B204D Sat 19 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B205 Fri 25 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B205A Sat 26 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B205B Sat 26 Feb 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B205C Sat 05 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B205D Sat 05 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
Britannia B206 Fri 11 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
Britannia B206A Sat 12 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B206B Sat 12 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 p Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK p
Britannia B206C Sat 19 Mar 22 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Fly to UK
Britannia B206D Sat 19 Mar 22 Caribbean Transatlantic 20 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
Britannia B207 Fri 25 Mar 22 Caribbean Transatlantic 14 Fly UK to Barbados (overnight) – St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
Britannia B207A Sat 26 Mar 22 Caribbean Transatlantic 13 Fly UK to Barbados – St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton

**NEW for 2022** Aurora returns to World Cruise deployment for the first time since 2017, offering a western circumnavigation of the world in 99 nights. Aurora will have two full days in the Japanese capital of Tokyo, as well as other iconic destinations such as San Francisco, Auckland, Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore.

A variety of exotic fly cruises will also be available at launch varying from 14 nights to 57 nights.

During Summer 2021 Aurora offers three discovery orientated Baltic cruises, designed to differentiate from the more traditional Baltic ports.

She will operate operates a 14 night Iceland cruise including an overnight call in Reykjavik

Aurora offers a fabulous 30 night discovery itinerary which travels directly into Canada and travels south, including an overnight call in Boston plus three full days in New York.

Aurora R104 Mon 05 Apr 21 Western Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Vigo – Cartagena – Cagliari, Sardinia – Trapani, Sicily – Salerno – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Barcelona (evening) – Tarragona – Gibraltar – Lisbon – Southampton
Aurora R105 Sat 24 Apr 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Aurora R106 Sat 01 May 21 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Cartagena – Santorini – Athens (from Piraeus) – Zakynthos – Corfu – Messina, Sicily – Gibraltar – Southampton
Aurora R107 Thu 20 May 21 Baltic 16 Southampton – Bornholm – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Klaipėda – Warnemünde – Aarhus – Skagen – Southampton
Aurora R108 Sat 05 Jun 21 Norway Fjord 12 Southampton – Haugesund – Skjolden – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Cruise in Sognefjord – Cruise in Storfjorden – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Ålesund – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden -Cruise in Nordfjord – Stavanger – Bergen – Kristiansand – Southampton
Aurora R109 Thu 17 Jun 21 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Cartagena – Cagliari, Sardinia – Dubrovnik – Zadar – Venice – Messina, Sicily – Gibraltar – Southampton
Aurora R110 Tue 06 Jul 21 Iceland 14 Southampton – Skjolden – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Cruise in Sognefjord – Ålesund – Akureyri t – Cruise in Eyjafjörður – Cruise by Hrisey Island – Grundarfjörður – Reykjavik (overnight) – Cork (from Cobh) – Southampton
Aurora R111 Tue 20 Jul 21 Baltic 16 Southampton – Gothenburg – Bornholm – Gdańsk (from Gdynia) – Visby – Stockholm – St Petersburg (overnight) – Copenhagen – Kristiansand – Southampton
Aurora R112 Thu 05 Aug 21 Norway Fjord 12 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Leknes, Lofoten Islands – Tromsø – Alesund – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Bergen – Southampton
Aurora R113 Tue 17 Aug 21 Baltic 16 Southampton – Gothenburg – Visby – Stockholm – Helsinki – Tallinn – St Petersburg (overnight) – Fredericia – Skagen – Southampton
Aurora R114 Thu 02 Sep 21 Canada New England 30 Southampton – St John’s, Newfoundland – Corner Brook – Îles de la Madeleine – Halifax (evening) – Boston (overnight) – Newport, Rhode Island – New York (overnight) – Portland, Maine – Bar Harbor – Saint John, New Brunswick – Sydney, Nova Scotia – Southampton
Aurora R115 Sat 02 Oct 21 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Alta (overnight) – Stavanger – Southampton
Aurora R116 Thu 14 Oct 21 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Malaga – Palermo, Sicily – Athens (from Piraeus) – Mykonos – Rhodes – Heraklion, Crete – Gibraltar – Southampton
Aurora R117 Tue 02 Nov 21 Western Mediterranean 17 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valencia – Ajaccio, Corsica – Genoa – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Gibraltar – Lisbon – Southampton
Aurora R118 Fri 19 Nov 21 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Alta (overnight) – Stavanger – Southampton
Aurora R120 Fri 17 Dec 21 Western Europe 3-5nts 3 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Aurora R121 Mon 20 Dec 21 Baltic 9 Southampton – Copenhagen (overnight) – Oslo – Rotterdam (for Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Aurora R122 Wed 29 Dec 21 Western Europe 3-5nts 5 Southampton – Amsterdam (from IJmuiden) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Aurora R201 Mon 03 Jan 22 World Cruise Western Circumnavigation 99 Southampton – Tenerife – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Transit Panama Canal – Huatulco – Cabo San Lucas  – San Francisco (overnight) – Honolulu, Oahu (overnight) – Apia, Samoa Islands – Suva, Fiji – Auckland (overnight) – Tauranga – Bay of Islands  – Sydney (overnight) – Brisbane (evening) – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang  – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Aurora RAB Mon 03 Jan 22 Exotic fly-cruises 24 Southampton – Tenerife – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Transit Panama Canal – Huatulco – Cabo San Lucas  – San Francisco (overnight) – Fly to UK
Aurora RAC Mon 03 Jan 22 Classic Southern Hemisphere Journeys 42 Southampton – Tenerife – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Transit Panama Canal – Huatulco – Cabo San Lucas – San Francisco (overnight) – Honolulu, Oahu (overnight) – Apia, Samoa Islands – Suva, Fiji – Auckland (overnight) – Fly to UK
Aurora RAD Mon 03 Jan 22 Classic Southern Hemisphere Journeys 48 Southampton – Tenerife – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Transit Panama Canal – Huatulco – Cabo San Lucas – San Francisco (overnight) – Honolulu, Oahu (overnight) – Apia, Samoa Islands – Suva, Fiji – Auckland (overnight) – Tauranga – Bay of Islands h – Sydney (overnight) – Fly to UK
Aurora RAE Mon 03 Jan 22 Classic Southern Hemisphere Journeys 50 Southampton – Tenerife – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Transit Panama Canal – Huatulco – Cabo San Lucas – San Francisco (overnight) – Honolulu, Oahu (overnight) – Apia, Samoa Islands – Suva, Fiji – Auckland (overnight) – Tauranga – Bay of Islands  – Sydney (overnight) – Brisbane – Fly to UK
Aurora RBD Thu 27 Jan 22 Exotic fly-cruises 24 Fly UK to San Francisco – Honolulu, Oahu (overnight) – Apia, Samoa Islands – Suva, Fiji – Auckland (overnight) – Tauranga – Bay of Islands – Sydney (overnight) – Fly to UK
Aurora RBH Thu 27 Jan 22 Exotic fly-cruises 57 Fly UK to San Francisco – Honolulu, Oahu (overnight) – Apia, Samoa Islands – Suva, Fiji – Auckland (overnight) – Tauranga – Bay of Islands – Sydney (overnight) – Brisbane (evening) – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
Aurora RCA Tue 15 Feb 22 Classic Southern Hemisphere Journeys 57 Fly UK to Auckland – Tauranga – Bay of Islands – Sydney (overnight) – Brisbane (evening) – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Aurora RDA Mon 21 Feb 22 Classic Southern Hemisphere Journeys 51 Fly UK to Sydney – Brisbane (evening) – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang t – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Aurora RDF Mon 21 Feb 22 Exotic fly-cruises 19 Fly UK to Sydney – Brisbane (evening) – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Fly to UK
Aurora RDG Mon 21 Feb 22 Exotic fly-cruises 23 Fly UK to Sydney – Brisbane (evening) – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Singapore – Fly to UK
Aurora REA Wed 23 Feb 22 Classic Southern Hemisphere Journeys 49 Fly UK to Brisbane – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Aurora REF Wed 23 Feb 22 Exotic fly-cruises 17 Fly UK to Brisbane – Rabaul – Tokyo (overnight) – Kagoshima – Hong Kong (overnight) – Fly to UK
Aurora RFA Sat 12 Mar 22 Exotic fly-cruises 32 Fly UK to Hong Kong – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Aurora RFH Sat 12 Mar 22 Exotic fly-cruises 14 Fly UK to Hong Kong – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
Aurora RGA Wed 16 Mar 22 Exotic fly-cruises 28 Fly UK to Singapore – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Aurora RHA Sat 26 Mar 22 Exotic fly-cruises 18 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton

**NEW for 2022** Arcadia takes over from Aurora to operate the Grand Tour in 2022, delivering her first ever transit of the Amazon River, as well as a wealth of Caribbean and Central American destinations in a 55 night itinerary, focusing on the key principles of exploration and relaxation.

During her Summer 2021 season Arcadia will deliver a diverse mix of cruises specifically designed to include lesser frequented destinations, including a 23 night discovery cruise taking in Iceland, including an overnight in Reykjavik, before heading east to Norway. A call to Honningsvaag is followed by scenic cruising of the North Cape, before returning via Tromso, Leknes and Narvik.

Arcadia once again will transit the North Atlantic in September and the 24 night cruise will focus purely on Canada, delivering an overnight call to Quebec as well as hidden gems such as Saguenay, Sept Iles and Gaspe.

Arcadia J102 Tue 13 Apr 21 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Praia da Vitória, Azores – Madeira – Lanzarote – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura – Lisbon – Southampton
Arcadia J104 Tue 18 May 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Arcadia J105 Thu 20 May 21 Western Mediterranean 18 Southampton – La Coruña – Gibraltar – Propriano, Corsica – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Sorrento – Palermo, Sicily – Valletta – Alicante – Lisbon – Southampton
Arcadia J106 Mon 07 Jun 21 Western Europe 3-5nts 4 Southampton – Amsterdam (from IJmuiden) (overnight) – Southampton
Arcadia J107 Fri 11 Jun 21 Iceland 14 Southampton – Skjolden – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Cruise in Sognefjord – Ålesund – Akureyri – Cruise in Eyjafjörður – Cruise by Hrisey Island – Isafjördur – Reykjavik (overnight) – Belfast – Southampton
Arcadia J108 Fri 25 Jun 21 Norway Fjord 12 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Leknes, Lofoten Islands – Tromsø – Kristiansund – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Bergen – Southampton
Arcadia J109 Wed 07 Jul 21 Western Europe 3-5nts 4 Southampton – Amsterdam (from IJmuiden) (overnight) – Southampton
Arcadia J110 Sun 11 Jul 21 Norway Fjord 12 Southampton – Stavanger – Skjolden – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Cruise in Sognefjord – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Cruise in Storfjorden – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Hellesylt (evening) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Nordfjordeid – Bergen – Southampton
Arcadia J111 Fri 23 Jul 21 British Isles 12 Southampton – Kirkwall, Orkney Islands – Invergordon – Oban – Glasgow (from Greenock) – Belfast – Liverpool – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Arcadia J112 Wed 04 Aug 21 Arctic Circle 23 Southampton – Kirkwall, Orkney Islands – Tórshavn, Faroe Islands – Reykjavik (overnight) – Isafjördur – Akureyri – Cruise in Eyjafjörður – Cruise by Hrisey Island – Honningsvåg – Sail by North Cape – Tromsø – Leknes, Lofoten Islands – Narvik – Trondheim – Kristiansund – Ålesund – Skjolden – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Cruise in Sognefjord – Southampton
Arcadia J113 Fri 27 Aug 21 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Gibraltar – Venice – Rijeka – Split – Dubrovnik – Mallorca – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Arcadia J114 Wed 15 Sep 21 Canada New England 24 Southampton – St John’s, Newfoundland – Halifax – Charlottetown – Quebec (overnight) – Saguenay – Sept Îles – Gaspé – Corner Brook – Sydney, Nova Scotia – Southampton
Arcadia J115 Sat 09 Oct 21 Western Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Cartagena – Valencia – Barcelona (evening) – Monte Carlo – Elba – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Ajaccio, Corsica – Gibraltar – Lisbon – Southampton
Arcadia J116 Thu 28 Oct 21 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Narvik (evening) – Stavanger – Southampton
Arcadia J117 Tue 09 Nov 21 UK UK Caribbean 28 Southampton – Madeira – St Maarten (evening) – Antigua – St Kitts  – Guadeloupe – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Praia da Vitória, Azores – Southampton
Arcadia J118 Tue 07 Dec 21 Western Europe 3-5nts 3 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Arcadia J119 Fri 10 Dec 21 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Narvik (evening) – Stavanger – Southampton
Arcadia J120 Wed 22 Dec 21 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – La Coruña – Lisbon – Lanzarote – Tenerife – La Palma – Madeira – Vigo (evening) – Southampton
Arcadia J201 Fri 07 Jan 22 Mid Duration 55 Southampton – Tenerife (evening) – St Vincent CVI – Manaus (overnight) – Santarém – Sail by Devil’s Island – Tobago – Barbados (evening) – St Lucia – Antigua – St Kitts t – St Maarten – Tortola – Bonaire – Aruba – Curaçao -Cartagena – Colón – Puerto Limon – Roatán t – Costa Maya – Cozumel – Freeport, Bahamas – Bermuda (overnight) – Praia da Vitória, Azores – Southampton
Arcadia J202 Thu 03 Mar 22 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Narvik (evening) – Stavanger – Southampton
Arcadia J203 Tue 15 Mar 22 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Narvik (evening) – Stavanger – Southampton
Arcadia J204 Sun 27 Mar 22 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – La Coruña – Madeira (overnight) – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton

Ventura will offer a mix of cruises alternating between 14 night Western Mediterranean and Baltic cruises during the Summer months, and then Spain, Portugal, and Canary Islands and long Caribbean cruises from the UK, including a cruise to New Orleans, during the winter months.

Over Christmas and New Year Ventura gives you the opportunity to watch the spectacular New Year fireworks in Madeira.

Ventura N106 Sat 03 Apr 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Lisbon – Cartagena – Valencia – Gibraltar (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) (evening) – Porto (from Leixoes) – La Coruña – Southampton
Ventura N107 Sat 17 Apr 21 Atlantic Islands 13 Southampton –  La Coruña – Madeira – La Palma – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Tenerife – Southampton
Ventura N108 Fri 30 Apr 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Ventura N109 Sun 02 May 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N110 Sun 16 May 21 Baltic 14 Southampton – Copenhagen – Warnemünde – Stockholm – Tallinn – St Petersburg (overnight) – Helsinki – Southampton
Ventura N111 Sun 30 May 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N112 Sun 13 Jun 21 Baltic 14 Southampton – Copenhagen – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Southampton
Ventura N113 Sun 27 Jun 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N114 Sun 11 Jul 21 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen (evening) – Southampton
Ventura N115 Sun 25 Jul 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N116 Sun 08 Aug 21 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen (evening) – Southampton
Ventura N117 Sun 22 Aug 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N118 Sun 05 Sep 21 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen (evening) – Southampton
Ventura N119 Sun 19 Sep 21 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N120 Sun 03 Oct 21 Atlantic Islands 11 Southampton – Vigo – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lisbon – Southampton
Ventura N121 Thu 14 Oct 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 11 Southampton – Lisbon (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Malaga – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton
Ventura N122 Mon 25 Oct 21 Southern Cruise Break 6 Southampton – Gijon – Bilbao – La Rochelle – Southampton
Ventura N123 Sun 31 Oct 21 Atlantic Islands 11 Southampton – Lisbon – Tenerife – La Palma – Madeira – Vigo- Southampton
Ventura N124 Thu 11 Nov 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 12 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Cartagena – Malaga (evening) – Gibraltar (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Ventura N125 Tue 23 Nov 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Ventura N126 Sun 05 Dec 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 12 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Cartagena – Malaga (evening) – Gibraltar (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Ventura N127 Fri 17 Dec 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Ventura N128 Wed 29 Dec 21 Western Europe 5nts 5 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
Ventura N201 Mon 03 Jan 22 UK UK Caribbean 35 Southampton – Madeira – Barbados (evening) – St Lucia – Grenada – Bonaire – Curaçao – Aruba – Dominica t – Guadeloupe – Antigua – St Kitts t – Tortola – St Maarten – Praia da Vitória, Azores – Southampton
Ventura N202 Mon 07 Feb 22 Western Europe 3-5nts 4 Southampton – Amsterdam (from IJmuiden) (overnight) – Southampton
Ventura N203 Fri 11 Feb 22 UK UK Caribbean 35 Southampton – La Coruña – Bermuda (overnight) – Freeport, Bahamas – Cozumel – Roatan – Belize – New Orleans (overnight) – Key West t – Miami – Port Canaveral – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
Ventura N204 Fri 18 Mar 22 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Lisbon – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lanzarote – Gran Canaria – Tenerife (evening) – La Palma – Madeira (evening) – Southampton

** NEW FOR 2021** During the Summer 2021 season Oceana offers 12 night Spain, Portugal and Canary Islands, 7 night Southern Cruise Breaks and two night Short Breaks.

During the Winter season Oceana returns to Dubai & Arabian Gulf consisting of two alternating 7 night itineraries; one to the north-west, featuring Qatar and Bahrain, and the other to the east, featuring an overnight call in Muscat. Oceana will be in Abu Dhabi for New Year fireworks.

Oceana E110C Mon 08 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf Positioning 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E111A Sun 14 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf Positioning 27 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E111B Mon 15 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf Positioning 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E111C Mon 15 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf Positioning 26 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E112 Sun 21 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf Positioning 20 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E112A Mon 22 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf Positioning 19 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E113 Sat 10 Apr 21 Atlantic Islands 13 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote –  La Coruña – Southampton
Oceana E114 Fri 23 Apr 21 Western Europe 3-5nts 3 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Oceana E115 Mon 26 Apr 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E116 Sat 08 May 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E117 Sat 22 May 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E118 Sat 29 May 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Oceana E119 Mon 31 May 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E120 Mon 07 Jun 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E121 Mon 14 Jun 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E122 Sat 26 Jun 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E123 Mon 28 Jun 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E124 Sat 10 Jul 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E125 Sat 17 Jul 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E126 Mon 19 Jul 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E127 Sat 31 Jul 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E128 Sat 07 Aug 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Oceana E129 Mon 09 Aug 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E130 Sat 21 Aug 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Oceana E131 Sat 28 Aug 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Oceana E132 Mon 30 Aug 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
Oceana E133 Mon 06 Sep 21 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma (evening) – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E134 Sat 18 Sep 21 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
Oceana E135 Mon 20 Sep 21 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
Oceana E136 Mon 27 Sep 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
Oceana E137 Mon 11 Oct 21 Arabian Gulf 20 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E137A Mon 11 Oct 21 Arabian Gulf 21 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E137B Mon 11 Oct 21 Arabian Gulf 27 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E137C Mon 11 Oct 21 Arabian Gulf 28 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Valletta – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E138 Sun 31 Oct 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E138A Sun 31 Oct 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E138B Mon 01 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E138C Mon 01 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island h – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E139 Sun 07 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E139A Sun 07 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E139B Mon 08 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E139C Mon 08 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E140 Sun 14 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E140A Sun 14 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E140B Mon 15 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E140C Mon 15 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E141 Sun 21 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E141A Sun 21 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E141B Mon 22 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E141C Mon 22 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E142 Sun 28 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E142A Sun 28 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E142B Mon 29 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E142C Mon 29 Nov 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E143 Sun 05 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E143A Sun 05 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E143B Mon 06 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island h – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E143C Mon 06 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E144 Sun 12 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E144A Sun 12 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Qatar – Bahrain – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E144B Mon 13 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E144C Mon 13 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Qatar – Bahrain – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E145 Sun 19 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Qatar – Bahrain – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E145A Sun 19 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Qatar – Bahrain – Dubai (overnight) – Khasab – Muscat (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E145B Mon 20 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Qatar – Bahrain – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E145C Mon 20 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Qatar – Bahrain – Dubai (overnight) – Khasab – Muscat (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E146 Sun 26 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Khasab – Muscat (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E146A Sun 26 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Khasab – Muscat (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E146B Mon 27 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Khasab – Muscat (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E146C Mon 27 Dec 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Khasab – Muscat (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E201 Sun 02 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7  Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E201A Sun 02 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E201B Mon 03 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E201C Mon 03 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14  Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E202 Sun 09 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E202A Sun 09 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E202B Mon 10 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E202C Mon 10 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E203 Sun 16 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E203A Sun 16 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E203B Mon 17 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E203C Mon 17 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E204 Sun 23 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E204A Sun 23 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E204B Mon 24 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E204C Mon 24 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E205 Sun 30 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E205A Sun 30 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E205B Mon 31 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E205C Mon 31 Jan 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E206 Sun 06 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7  Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E206A Sun 06 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E206B Mon 07 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E206C Mon 07 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E207 Sun 13 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E207A Sun 13 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E207B Mon 14 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E207C Mon 14 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E208 Sun 20 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E208A Sun 20 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E208B Mon 21 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E208C Mon 21 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E209 Sun 27 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E209A Sun 27 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E209B Mon 28 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E209C Mon 28 Feb 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E210 Sun 06 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E210A Sun 06 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E210B Mon 07 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E210C Mon 07 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E211 Sun 13 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
Oceana E211A Sun 13 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 27 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E211B Mon 14 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Fly to UK
Oceana E211C Mon 14 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 26 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E212 Sun 20 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 20 Fly UK to Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
Oceana E212A Mon 21 Mar 22 Arabian Gulf 19 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat – Salalah – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton

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Cunard 2021 Voyages. Experience a Summer like no other

Whether you’re seeking a city break in Europe, a fortnight of Caribbean sun or The iconic Transatlantic Crossing to New York, you’ll find it in our latest selection of 2021 voyages. Discover dreamlike fjords beyond your wildest imagination, experience the pulsing energy of Asia, and travel back in time as you wander the cobbled streets of the Mediterranean. Spend an evening in Shanghai or Boston, discover why imperial St Petersburg’s is dubbed Russia’s Venice or admire the enchanting architecture of UNESCO listed Old Quebec. These experiences are just a handful of the possibilities that await when you book a summer 2021 voyage on Cunard.

QUEEN ELIZABETH

Voyage Code Description Sail Date Return Date Nights From Port To Port
Q115A Japan Grand Voyage Sun 09-May-21 Tue 25-May-21 16 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q116 Japan / Korea Tue 18-May-21 Tue 25-May-21 7 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q116A Japan Grand Voyage Tue 18-May-21 Thu 03-Jun-21 16 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q117 Japan Circumnavigation Tue 25-May-21 Thu 03-Jun-21 9 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q127 Japan / Korea Wed 22-Sep-21 Fri 01-Oct-21 9 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q127A Japan Grand Voyage Wed 22-Sep-21 Sun 10-Oct-21 18 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q128 Japan / Hokkaido Fri 01-Oct-21 Sun 10-Oct-21 9 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q128A Japan Grand Voyage Fri 01-Oct-21 Tue 19-Oct-21 18 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q129 Japan Circumnavigation Sun 10-Oct-21 Tue 19-Oct-21 9 TYO Tokyo TYO Tokyo
Q129A Asia / Orient (SE Asia) Sun 10-Oct-21 Mon 25-Oct-21 15 TYO Tokyo SHA Shanghai
Q129B Asia / Orient (SE Asia) Sun 10-Oct-21 Fri 29-Oct-21 19 TYO Tokyo HKG Hong Kong
Q129C Asia / Orient (SE Asia) Sun 10-Oct-21 Sat 06-Nov-21 27 TYO Tokyo SIN Singapore
Q129D Asia / Orient (Australia) Sun 10-Oct-21 Fri 19-Nov-21 40 TYO Tokyo BNE Brisbane
Q129E Asia / Orient (Australia) Sun 10-Oct-21 Sun 21-Nov-21 42 TYO Tokyo SYD Sydney
Q130 Asia / Orient (SE Asia) Tue 19-Oct-21 Fri 29-Oct-21 10 TYO Tokyo HKG Hong Kong
Q130B Asia / Orient (Australia) Tue 19-Oct-21 Sat 06-Nov-21 18 TYO Tokyo SIN Singapore
Q130C Asia / Orient (Australia) Tue 19-Oct-21 Fri 19-Nov-21 31 TYO Tokyo BNE Brisbane
Q130D Asia / Orient (Australia) Tue 19-Oct-21 Sun 21-Nov-21 33 TYO Tokyo SYD Sydney
Q130F Asia / Orient (SE Asia) Mon 25-Oct-21 Sat 06-Nov-21 12 SHA Shanghai SIN Singapore
Q131 Asia / Orient (SE Asia) Fri 29-Oct-21 Sat 06-Nov-21 8 HKG Hong Kong SIN Singapore
Q131A Asia / Orient (Australia) Fri 29-Oct-21 Fri 19-Nov-21 21 HKG Hong Kong BNE Brisbane
Q131B Asia / Orient (Australia) Fri 29-Oct-21 Sun 21-Nov-21 23 HKG Hong Kong SYD Sydney
Q131C Asia / Orient (Australia) Fri 29-Oct-21 Thu 02-Dec-21 34 HKG Hong Kong AKL Auckland
Q132 Australia & Asia Sat 06-Nov-21 Sun 21-Nov-21 15 SIN Singapore SYD Sydney
Q132A Australia & Asia Sat 06-Nov-21 Fri 19-Nov-21 13 SIN Singapore BNE Brisbane
Q132B Australia & Asia Sat 06-Nov-21 Thu 02-Dec-21 26 SIN Singapore AKL Auckland

 

QUEEN VICTORIA

Voyage Code Description Sail Date Return Date Nights From Port To Port
V112 British Isles Mon 17-May-21 Sun 30-May-21 13 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V113 Norway Fjord Sun 30-May-21 Sun 06-Jun-21 7 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V114 Western Mediterranean Sun 06-Jun-21 Sun 20-Jun-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V115 Norway Fjord Sun 20-Jun-21 Sun 27-Jun-21 7 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V115A Norway Fjord Sun 20-Jun-21 Tue 29-Jun-21 9 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg
V116 Baltic Sun 27-Jun-21 Sun 11-Jul-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V116A Western Europe Sampler Sun 27-Jun-21 Tue 29-Jun-21 2 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg
V116B Baltic Tue 29-Jun-21 Thu 08-Jul-21 9 HAM Hamburg KEL Kiel
V116C Western Europe Thu 08-Jul-21 Sun 11-Jul-21 3 KEL Kiel SOU Southampton
V116D Iceland Thu 08-Jul-21 Sun 25-Jul-21 17 KEL Kiel SOU Southampton
V117 Iceland Sun 11-Jul-21 Sun 25-Jul-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V118 Norway Fjord Sun 25-Jul-21 Sun 01-Aug-21 7 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V119 North Cape Sun 01-Aug-21 Fri 13-Aug-21 12 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V120 Iceland Fri 13-Aug-21 Fri 27-Aug-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V121 Baltic Fri 27-Aug-21 Fri 10-Sep-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V122 Norway Fjord Fri 10-Sep-21 Fri 17-Sep-21 7 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V123 Western Mediterranean Fri 17-Sep-21 Fri 01-Oct-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V124 Central Mediterranean Fri 01-Oct-21 Wed 20-Oct-21 19 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V125 North Cape Wed 20-Oct-21 Mon 01-Nov-21 12 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V126 Atlantic Islands Mon 01-Nov-21 Mon 15-Nov-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V127 North Cape Mon 15-Nov-21 Sat 27-Nov-21 12 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V128 Western Europe Sat 27-Nov-21 Wed 01-Dec-21 4 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V129 Atlantic Islands Wed 01-Dec-21 Mon 13-Dec-21 12 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V130 Atlantic Coast Iberia Mon 13-Dec-21 Thu 23-Dec-21 10 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V201 Atlantic Islands Thu 23-Dec-21 Thu 06-Jan-22 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
V201A Atlantic Islands Thu 23-Dec-21 Sat 08-Jan-22 16 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg
V202 Western Europe Sampler Thu 06-Jan-22 Sat 08-Jan-22 2 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg

 

QUEEN MARY 2

Voyage Code Description Sail Date Return Date Nights From Port To Port
M110A Roundtrip Transatlantic Mon 19-Apr-21 Mon 03-May-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M111 Transatlantic East Mon 26-Apr-21 Wed 05-May-21 9 NYC New York HAM Hamburg
M111A Transatlantic East Mon 26-Apr-21 Mon 03-May-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M111B Roundtrip Transatlantic Mon 26-Apr-21 Fri 14-May-21 18 NYC New York NYC New York
M111C Western Europe Sampler Mon 03-May-21 Wed 05-May-21 2 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg
M111D Western Europe Mon 03-May-21 Fri 07-May-21 4 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M112 Transatlantic West Wed 05-May-21 Fri 14-May-21 9 HAM Hamburg NYC New York
M112A Western Europe Sampler Wed 05-May-21 Fri 07-May-21 2 HAM Hamburg SOU Southampton
M112B Transatlantic West Fri 07-May-21 Fri 14-May-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M112C Roundtrip Transatlantic Fri 07-May-21 Fri 21-May-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M113 Transatlantic East Fri 14-May-21 Fri 21-May-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M113A Roundtrip Transatlantic Fri 14-May-21 Fri 28-May-21 14 NYC New York NYC New York
M114 Transatlantic West Fri 21-May-21 Fri 28-May-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M114A Roundtrip Transatlantic Fri 21-May-21 Fri 04-Jun-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M115 Transatlantic East Fri 28-May-21 Fri 04-Jun-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M115A Western Europe Fri 28-May-21 Wed 16-Jun-21 19 NYC New York NYC New York
M116 Western Europe Fri 04-Jun-21 Wed 09-Jun-21 5 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M117 Transatlantic West Wed 09-Jun-21 Wed 16-Jun-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M117A Roundtrip Transatlantic Wed 09-Jun-21 Wed 23-Jun-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M118 Transatlantic East Wed 16-Jun-21 Wed 23-Jun-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M118A Roundtrip Transatlantic Wed 16-Jun-21 Wed 30-Jun-21 14 NYC New York NYC New York
M119 Transatlantic West Wed 23-Jun-21 Wed 30-Jun-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M119A Canada New England Wed 23-Jun-21 Tue 06-Jul-21 13 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M119B Canada New England Wed 23-Jun-21 Tue 13-Jul-21 20 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M120 Canada New England Wed 30-Jun-21 Tue 06-Jul-21 6 NYC New York NYC New York
M120A Canada New England Wed 30-Jun-21 Tue 13-Jul-21 13 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M120B Canada New England Wed 30-Jun-21 Thu 15-Jul-21 15 NYC New York HAM Hamburg
M121 Transatlantic East Tue 06-Jul-21 Thu 15-Jul-21 9 NYC New York HAM Hamburg
M121A Transatlantic East Tue 06-Jul-21 Tue 13-Jul-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M121B Norway Fjord Tue 06-Jul-21 Sun 01-Aug-21 26 NYC New York NYC New York
M121C Western Europe Sampler Tue 13-Jul-21 Thu 15-Jul-21 2 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg
M121D Norway Fjord Tue 13-Jul-21 Sat 24-Jul-21 11 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M122 Norway Fjord Thu 15-Jul-21 Thu 22-Jul-21 7 HAM Hamburg HAM Hamburg
M123 Transatlantic West Thu 22-Jul-21 Sun 01-Aug-21 10 HAM Hamburg NYC New York
M123A Western Europe Sampler Thu 22-Jul-21 Sat 24-Jul-21 2 HAM Hamburg SOU Southampton
M123C Transatlantic West Sat 24-Jul-21 Sun 01-Aug-21 8 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M123D Roundtrip Transatlantic Sat 24-Jul-21 Sun 08-Aug-21 15 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M123E Transatlantic West Sun 25-Jul-21 Sun 01-Aug-21 7 LEH Le Havre NYC New York
M124 Transatlantic East Sun 01-Aug-21 Sun 08-Aug-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M124A Norway Fjord Sun 01-Aug-21 Sun 22-Aug-21 21 NYC New York NYC New York
M125 Norway Fjord Sun 08-Aug-21 Sun 15-Aug-21 7 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M126 Transatlantic West Sun 15-Aug-21 Sun 22-Aug-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M126A Roundtrip Transatlantic Sun 15-Aug-21 Sun 29-Aug-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M127 Transatlantic East Sun 22-Aug-21 Sun 29-Aug-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M127A Norway Fjord Sun 22-Aug-21 Sun 12-Sep-21 21 NYC New York NYC New York
M128 Norway Fjord Sun 29-Aug-21 Sun 05-Sep-21 7 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M129 Transatlantic West Sun 05-Sep-21 Sun 12-Sep-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M129A Roundtrip Transatlantic Sun 05-Sep-21 Sun 19-Sep-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M130 Transatlantic East Sun 12-Sep-21 Sun 19-Sep-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M130A Western Europe Sun 12-Sep-21 Fri 01-Oct-21 19 NYC New York NYC New York
M131 Western Europe Sun 19-Sep-21 Fri 24-Sep-21 5 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M132 Transatlantic West Fri 24-Sep-21 Fri 01-Oct-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M132A Canada New England Fri 24-Sep-21 Fri 08-Oct-21 14 SOU Southampton YQB Quebec
M132B Canada New England Fri 24-Sep-21 Fri 15-Oct-21 21 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M132C Canada New England Fri 24-Sep-21 Fri 22-Oct-21 28 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M133 Canada New England Fri 01-Oct-21 Fri 08-Oct-21 7 NYC New York YQB Quebec
M133A Canada New England Fri 01-Oct-21 Fri 15-Oct-21 14 NYC New York NYC New York
M133B Canada New England Fri 01-Oct-21 Fri 22-Oct-21 21 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M134 Canada New England Fri 08-Oct-21 Fri 15-Oct-21 7 YQB Quebec NYC New York
M134A Canada New England Fri 08-Oct-21 Fri 22-Oct-21 14 YQB Quebec SOU Southampton
M135 Transatlantic East Fri 15-Oct-21 Fri 22-Oct-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M135A Roundtrip Transatlantic Fri 15-Oct-21 Fri 29-Oct-21 14 NYC New York NYC New York
M136 Transatlantic West Fri 22-Oct-21 Fri 29-Oct-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M136A Roundtrip Transatlantic Fri 22-Oct-21 Fri 05-Nov-21 14 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M137 Transatlantic East Fri 29-Oct-21 Sun 07-Nov-21 9 NYC New York HAM Hamburg
M137A Transatlantic East Fri 29-Oct-21 Fri 05-Nov-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M137C Western Europe Sampler Fri 05-Nov-21 Sun 07-Nov-21 2 SOU Southampton HAM Hamburg
M139 Transatlantic West Fri 12-Nov-21 Sun 21-Nov-21 9 HAM Hamburg NYC New York
M139A Western Europe Sampler Fri 12-Nov-21 Sun 14-Nov-21 2 HAM Hamburg SOU Southampton
M139B Caribbean Eastern Fri 12-Nov-21 Fri 03-Dec-21 21 HAM Hamburg NYC New York
M139C Caribbean Eastern Fri 12-Nov-21 Fri 10-Dec-21 28 HAM Hamburg SOU Southampton
M139D Transatlantic West Sun 14-Nov-21 Sun 21-Nov-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M139E Caribbean Eastern Sun 14-Nov-21 Fri 03-Dec-21 19 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M139F Caribbean Eastern Sun 14-Nov-21 Fri 10-Dec-21 26 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M140 Caribbean Eastern Sun 21-Nov-21 Fri 03-Dec-21 12 NYC New York NYC New York
M140A Caribbean Eastern Sun 21-Nov-21 Fri 10-Dec-21 19 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M141 Transatlantic East Fri 03-Dec-21 Fri 10-Dec-21 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M141A Western Europe Fri 03-Dec-21 Wed 22-Dec-21 19 NYC New York NYC New York
M142 Western Europe Fri 10-Dec-21 Wed 15-Dec-21 5 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M143 Transatlantic West Wed 15-Dec-21 Wed 22-Dec-21 7 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M143A Caribbean Eastern Wed 15-Dec-21 Mon 03-Jan-22 19 SOU Southampton NYC New York
M143B Caribbean Eastern Wed 15-Dec-21 Mon 10-Jan-22 26 SOU Southampton SOU Southampton
M201 Caribbean Eastern Wed 22-Dec-21 Mon 03-Jan-22 12 NYC New York NYC New York
M201A Caribbean Eastern Wed 22-Dec-21 Mon 10-Jan-22 19 NYC New York SOU Southampton
M202 Transatlantic East Mon 03-Jan-22 Mon 10-Jan-22 7 NYC New York SOU Southampton

 

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2021 Main Launch – Wednesday 8.00am 25th September 2019

 

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Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
G022 Sat 26 Sep 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Malaga – Alicante – Barcelona (evening) – Valencia (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G023 Sat 10 Oct 20 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura (evening) – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G024 Sat 24 Oct 20 Northern Cruise Break 7 October Half Term

Peninsular Club Cruise

Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Amsterdam (from Rotterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
G025 Sat 31 Oct 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Malaga – Alicante – Barcelona (overnight) – Seville (from Cádiz) (overnight) – Southampton
G026 Sat 14 Nov 20 Atlantic Islands 14 Peninsular Club Cruise Southampton – Lanzarote – Gran Canaria – Tenerife – Madeira – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
G027 Sat 28 Nov 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (evening) – Valencia (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G028 Sat 12 Dec 20 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Amsterdam (from Rotterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
G029 Sat 19 Dec 20 Atlantic Islands 14 Christmas Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura (evening) – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
G101 Sat 02 Jan 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (overnight) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G102 Sat 16 Jan 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
G103 Sat 30 Jan 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (evening) – Valencia (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G104 Sat 13 Feb 21 Northern Cruise Break 7 February Half Term Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Amsterdam (from Rotterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
G105 Sat 20 Feb 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura (evening) – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G106 Sat 06 Mar 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – Vigo – Gibraltar – Alicante – Barcelona (overnight) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
G107 Sat 20 Mar 21 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – Tenerife (evening) – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (from Cádiz) – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
G108 Sat 03 Apr 21 Northern Cruise Break 7 Easter Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Amsterdam (from Rotterdam) (overnight) – Hamburg (evening) – Southampton

B023 Fri 09 Oct 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Peninsular Club Cruise Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Cannes  – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Cartagena – Vigo – Southampton
B024 Fri 23 Oct 20 Caribbean Transatlantic 14 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua  – St Kitts  – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent  – Barbados – Fly to UK p
B024A Fri 23 Oct 20 Caribbean Transatlantic 15 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts  – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B024B Fri 23 Oct 20 Caribbean Transatlantic 22 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua  – St Kitts  – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent  – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B025 Fri 06 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts  – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B025A Sat 07 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts  – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B025B Sat 07 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B025C Sat 14 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B025D Sat 14 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts  – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B026 Fri 20 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts  – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B026A Sat 21 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts  – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B026B Sat 21 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B026C Sat 28 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B026D Sat 28 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts  – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Bonaire – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B027 Fri 04 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Bonaire – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts  – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B027A Sat 05 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Bonaire – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts  – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B027B Sat 05 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Bonaire – Grenada – Kingstown, St Vincent  – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B027C Sat 12 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts t – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B027D Sat 12 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts  – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B028 Fri 18 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – Martinique – St Kitts – Antigua  – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B028A Sat 19 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Christmas Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – Martinique – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B028B Sat 19 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Christmas Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B028C Sat 26 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 7 Christmas Fly UK to St Lucia – Martinique – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B028D Sat 26 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – Martinique – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B101 Fri 01 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B101A Sat 02 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B101B Sat 02 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B101C Sat 09 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B101D Sat 09 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B102 Fri 15 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B102A Sat 16 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B102B Sat 16 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B102C Sat 23 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts t – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B102D Sat 23 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B103 Fri 29 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B103A Sat 30 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B103B Sat 30 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B103C Sat 06 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B103D Sat 06 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua t – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B104 Fri 12 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B104A Sat 13 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B104B Sat 13 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 February Half Term Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B104C Sat 20 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts t – Antigua t – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B104D Sat 20 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B105 Fri 26 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent t – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B105A Sat 27 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B105B Sat 27 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Bonaire – Curaçao – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B105C Sat 06 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B105D Sat 06 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B106 Fri 12 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados – Fly to UK
B106A Sat 13 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia (evening) – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B106B Sat 13 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to Barbados – Curaçao – Aruba – Kingstown, St Vincent – Grenada – St Lucia – Fly to UK
B106C Sat 20 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 7 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts t – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
B106D Sat 20 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 20 Fly UK to St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – St Maarten – Barbados (overnight) – St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua t – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
B107 Fri 26 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
B107A Sat 27 Mar 21 Caribbean Transatlantic 13 Fly UK to Barbados – St Lucia – St Kitts – Antigua – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton

A021 Fri 16 Oct 20 Caribbean Transatlantic 14 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados – Fly to UK
A021A Fri 16 Oct 20 Caribbean Transatlantic 15 Southampton – Madeira – Antigua – St Kitts – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A022 Fri 30 Oct 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A022A Sat 31 Oct 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A023 Fri 13 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A023A Sat 14 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A024 Fri 27 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Peninsular Club Cruise Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A024A Sat 28 Nov 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A025 Fri 11 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A025A Sat 12 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A026 Fri 25 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – Antigua – St Maarten – St Kitts – Grand Turk – Tortola – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A026A Sat 26 Dec 20 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – Antigua – St Maarten – St Kitts – Grand Turk – Tortola – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A101 Fri 08 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Grenada – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados – Fly to UK
A101A Sat 09 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Grenada – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A102 Fri 22 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A102A Sat 23 Jan 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A103 Fri 05 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK
A103A Sat 06 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A104 Fri 19 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Grenada – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados – Fly to UK
A104A Sat 20 Feb 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Grenada – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Kingstown, St Vincent – Barbados (evening) – Barbados – Fly to UK
A105 Fri 05 Mar 21 Caribbean Eastern 14 Fly UK to Barbados – Barbados (evening) – Kingstown, St Vincent – St Kitts – St Maarten – Grand Turk – Tortola – Antigua – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados – Fly to UK

N035 Sat 31 Oct 20 Atlantic Islands 13 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N036 Fri 13 Nov 20 Western Europe 2 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
N037 Sun 15 Nov 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 12 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Cartagena – Malaga (evening) – Gibraltar (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
N038 Fri 27 Nov 20 Cruise Break 2 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
N039 Sun 29 Nov 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N040 Fri 11 Dec 20 Cruise Break 2 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
N041 Sun 13 Dec 20 Cruise Break 4 Southampton – Amsterdam (overnight) – Southampton
N042 Thu 17 Dec 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Christmas Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N043 Tue 29 Dec 20 Cruise Break 5 Christmas Southampton – Amsterdam (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
N101 Sun 03 Jan 21 UK UK Caribbean 35 Peninsular Club Cruise Southampton – La Coruña – Bermuda (overnight) – Nassau, Bahamas – New Orleans (overnight) – Key West t – Miami – St Thomas – St Maarten – Antigua – St Lucia – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
N102 Sun 07 Feb 21 Cruise Break 4 Southampton – Amsterdam (overnight) – Southampton
N103 Thu 11 Feb 21 UK UK Caribbean 35 Peninsular Club Cruise Southampton – Madeira – Barbados (evening) – St Lucia – Grenada – Curaçao – Bonaire – Aruba – Dominica t – Guadeloupe – Antigua – St Kitts – Tortola – St Maarten – Praia da Vitória, Azores – Southampton
N104 Thu 18 Mar 21 Atlantic Coast Iberia 12 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Cartagena – Malaga (evening) – Gibraltar (evening) – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton
N105 Tue 30 Mar 21 Cruise Break 4 Southampton – Amsterdam (overnight) – Southampton

E022D Thu 08 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 21 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Heraklion, Crete – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E022E Thu 08 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 22 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Heraklion, Crete – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat – Dubai (overnight) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E023 Thu 15 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Heraklion, Crete – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E023A Thu 15 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 15 Fly UK to Valletta – Heraklion, Crete – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat – Dubai (overnight) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E023B Thu 15 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 21 Fly UK to Valletta – Heraklion, Crete – Transit Suez Canal – Salalah – Muscat – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E024 Thu 29 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E024A Thu 29 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E024B Fri 30 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E024C Fri 30 Oct 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E025 Thu 05 Nov 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E025A Fri 06 Nov 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E027 Sun 29 Nov 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E027A Sun 29 Nov 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Peninsular Club Cruise Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island  – Dubai – Fly to UK
E027B Mon 30 Nov 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E027C Mon 30 Nov 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E028 Sun 06 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E028A Sun 06 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Dubai – Fly to UK
E028B Mon 07 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E028C Mon 07 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E029 Sun 13 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Dubai – Fly to UK
E029A Sun 13 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E029B Mon 14 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E029C Mon 14 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E030 Sun 20 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Christmas Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island h – Dubai – Fly to UK
E030A Sun 20 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Christmas Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Khasab – Muscat – Abu Dhabi (overnight) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E030B Mon 21 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Christmas Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E030C Mon 21 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Christmas Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Khasab – Muscat – Abu Dhabi (overnight) – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E031 Sun 27 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Christmas Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Khasab – Muscat – Abu Dhabi (overnight) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E031A Sun 27 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Khasab – Muscat – Abu Dhabi (overnight) – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E031B Mon 28 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 7 Christmas Fly UK to Dubai – Khasab – Muscat – Abu Dhabi (overnight) – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E031C Mon 28 Dec 20 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Khasab – Muscat – Abu Dhabi (overnight) – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E101 Sun 03 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E101A Sun 03 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E101B Mon 04 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E101D Mon 04 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E102 Sun 10 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E102A Sun 10 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E102B Mon 11 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E102C Mon 11 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E103 Sun 17 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E103A Sun 17 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E103B Mon 18 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E103C Mon 18 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E104 Sun 24 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E104A Sun 24 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E104B Mon 25 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E104C Mon 25 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E105 Sun 31 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E105A Sun 31 Jan 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E105B Mon 01 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E105C Mon 01 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E106 Sun 07 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E106A Sun 07 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E106B Mon 08 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK p
E106C Mon 08 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E107 Sun 14 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 February Half Term Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E107A Sun 14 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E107B Mon 15 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 February Half Term Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E107C Mon 15 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E108 Sun 21 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E108A Sun 21 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E108B Mon 22 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E108C Mon 22 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E109 Sun 28 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E109A Sun 28 Feb 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E109B Mon 01 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E109C Mon 01 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Abu Dhabi (evening) – Bahrain – Qatar – Sir Bani Yas Island h – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E110 Sun 07 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai – Fly to UK
E110A Sun 07 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf 14 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (overnight) – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK
E110B Mon 08 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Muscat (overnight) – Khasab – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (evening) – Dubai – Fly to UK
E111 Sun 14 Mar 21 Arabian Gulf 7 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai – Bahrain – Qatar – Abu Dhabi – Sir Bani Yas Island – Dubai – Fly to UK

R019 Fri 30 Oct 20 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Alta (overnight) – Stavanger – Southampton
R020 Wed 11 Nov 20 UK UK Caribbean 28 Peninsular Club Cruise Southampton – Madeira – St Maarten (evening) – Antigua – St Kitts  – Guadeloupe – St Lucia – Grenada – Barbados (evening) – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
R021 Wed 09 Dec 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 10 Peninsular Club Cruise Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Malaga – Gibraltar – Lisbon (overnight) – Southampton
R022 Sat 19 Dec 20 Cruise Break 2 Southampton – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
R023 Mon 21 Dec 20 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – Vigo – Lanzarote – Fuerteventura – Tenerife – La Palma (evening) – Madeira – Lisbon – Southampton
R101 Wed 06 Jan 21 Grand Tour South America & Caribbean 65 Southampton – Tenerife – St Vincent CVI – Salvador – Búzios h – Rio de Janeiro (overnight) – Montevideo (overnight) – Port Stanley  – Cruise around Cape Horn – Cruise through Beagle Channel – Cruise through Magellan Straits – Punta Arenas h – Cruise by Amalia Glacier – Cruise by PIO X Glacier – Santiago (from San Antonio) (overnight) – Coquimbo – Arica – Lima (from Callao) (overnight) – Manta – Fuerte Amador (evening) – Transit Panama Canal – Cartagena  – Aruba – Barbados (evening) – St Lucia – Guadeloupe – St Kitts (evening) – St Maarten – Bermuda – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Southampton
R102 Fri 12 Mar 21 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Alta (overnight) – Stavanger – Southampton
R103 Wed 24 Mar 21 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Alta (overnight) – Stavanger – Southampton

J015 Fri 06 Nov 20 Western Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Seville (from Cádiz) – Barcelona (overnight) – Genoa – Florence/Pisa (from Livorno) – Rome (from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Mallorca (evening) – Ibiza – Gibraltar – Southampton
J016 Wed 25 Nov 20 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø (evening) – Narvik (evening) – Stavanger – Southampton
J017 Mon 07 Dec 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Fuerteventura – Lisbon – Southampton
J018 Sat 19 Dec 20 Baltic 10 Southampton – Copenhagen (overnight) – Oslo (overnight) – Amsterdam (overnight) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
J019 Tue 29 Dec 20 Cruise Break 5 Southampton – Hamburg (evening) – Bruges (from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
J101 Sun 03 Jan 21 Western Circumnavigation World Cruise 99 Southampton – Madeira – Barbados – Aruba – Transit Panama Canal – Punta Arenas – Cabo San Lucas h – San Francisco (overnight) – Hilo, Hawaii – Honolulu, Oahu – Cross International Date Line – Apia, Samoa Islands – Nuku ‘Alofa – Auckland (overnight) – Tauranga – Bay of Islands – Sydney (overnight) – Whitsunday Island (from Airlie Beach) – Great Barrier Reef (from Yorkeys Knob) – Bitung – Puerto Princesa – Manila – Hong Kong (overnight) – Chan May – Ho Chi Minh City (from Phu My) – Singapore (overnight) – Kuala Lumpur (from Port Kelang) – Penang – Colombo (evening) – Dubai (overnight) – Muscat – Petra (from Aqaba) (evening) – Transit Suez Canal – Valletta – Seville (from Cádiz) – Southampton

Contact us before the cruise on sale dates, and we will ensure we confirm your chosen cruise as soon as the cruises are available for sale!

PRE REGISTER NOW Call Jane or Lizy on 02476 742135 to pre register for your chosen cruise, or email janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

P&O IONA ON SALE EXCLUSIVELY to TOP TIER Peninsular Club Club Members Friday 15th March 2019.

P&O IONA on general sale Monday 18th March 2019.

P&O Rest of the fleet ON SALE EXCLUSIVELY to TOP TIER Peninsular Club Members Tuesday 19th March 2019

P&O Rest of the fleet on general sale From Thursday 21st March 2019 for ex UK cruises, and from Friday 22nd March 2019 for fly cruises, World Cruise, Southern Hemisphere Journeys, Exotic fly cruises, and Aurora Grand Tour.

Call Jane or Lizy on 02476 742135 , or email janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

 

 

 

 

CUNARD Winter 2020 & 2021 Itineraries Pre Registration

From November 2020 to May 2021, the Cunard fleet will travel 138,833 nautical miles visiting incredible places across the globe. The most famous cruise ships in the world call at 94 destinations in 38 different countries, including 4 maiden calls for the current fleet. Each voyage, whether it’s a 2 night short break or a full 108 night world voyage aims to deliver refined journeys for Cunard guests.

Queen Mary 2, Cunard’s iconic flagship, will embark upon a classic voyage of global exploration, taking in such diverse regions as Southern Africa, the Indian Ocean, Australia, Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean.

Queen Victoria sets sail on a Western Circumnavigation of the Globe that is packed full of ‘must-do’ experiences.

Queen Elizabeth will carry out a programme of exotic voyages that offer richer, deeper and more regionally-focussed itineraries.

Cruise Code Embarkation Port Embarkation Date Itinerary
Q033E BNE 21/11/2020 Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q033F BNE 21/11/2020 Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q034A SYD 23/11/2020 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q034B SYD 23/11/2020 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q035 MEL 25/11/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q035A MEL 25/11/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q035B MEL 25/11/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q035C MEL 25/11/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q035D ADL 27/11/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q035E ADL 27/11/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q035F ADL 27/11/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q035G ADL 27/11/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Kangaroo Island, SA, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q036 MEL 01/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q036A MEL 01/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q036B MEL 01/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q036C MEL 01/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q036D AKL 09/12/2020 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q036E AKL 09/12/2020 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q036F AKL 09/12/2020 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q037 MEL 15/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q037A MEL 15/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia
Q037B MEL 15/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q037C MEL 15/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q037D ADL 20/12/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q037E ADL 20/12/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q037F ADL 20/12/2020 Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q101 MEL 22/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q101A MEL 22/12/2020 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q102 MEL 05/01/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q102A MEL 05/01/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q102B MEL 05/01/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Picton, New Zealand > New Plymouth, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q103 SYD 08/01/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q103A SYD 08/01/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q103B SYD 08/01/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Picton, New Zealand > New Plymouth, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q103C MEL 13/01/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q103D MEL 13/01/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Picton, New Zealand > New Plymouth, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q103E MEL 13/01/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Picton, New Zealand > New Plymouth, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Dusky Sound, New Zealand > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q104 SYD 15/01/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Picton, New Zealand > New Plymouth, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q104A SYD 15/01/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Picton, New Zealand > New Plymouth, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Dusky Sound, New Zealand > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q105 AKL 27/01/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Dusky Sound, New Zealand > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q105A AKL 27/01/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Dusky Sound, New Zealand > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q105B AKL 27/01/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Dusky Sound, New Zealand > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q105C AKL 27/01/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Tauranga, New Zealand > Christchurch (tours from Akaroa), New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Dusky Sound, New Zealand > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q105D MEL 07/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q105E MEL 07/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q106 SYD 09/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q106A SYD 09/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q106B SYD 09/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q106C SYD 09/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Port Arthur, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q106D MEL 14/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q106E MEL 14/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Burnie, TAS, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q107 SYD 17/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q107A SYD 17/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
Q107B SYD 17/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Milford Sound, New Zealand > Dunedin, New Zealand > Lyttelton, New Zealand > Wellington, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q107C AKL 25/02/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q107D AKL 25/02/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q108 SYD 01/03/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q108A SYD 01/03/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Hobart, TAS, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q108B MEL 06/03/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q108C MEL 06/03/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Q108D MEL 06/03/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore
Q108E MEL 06/03/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
Q108F MEL 06/03/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q109 SYD 08/03/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore
Q109A SYD 08/03/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Q109B SYD 08/03/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
Q109C SYD 08/03/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q109D BNE 10/03/2021 Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore
Q109E BNE 10/03/2021 Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
Q109F BNE 10/03/2021 Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Alotau, Papua New Guinea > Kiriwina, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea > Rabaul, Papua New Guinea > Puerto Princesa, Philippines > Singapore > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q110 SIN 26/03/2021 Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
Q110A SIN 26/03/2021 Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q110B SIN 26/03/2021 Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan > Kobe, Japan > Kochi, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Busan, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q111 HKG 03/04/2021 Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q111A HKG 03/04/2021 Hong Kong, China > Manila, Philippines > Hualien ,Taiwan > Keelung, Taiwan > Ishigaki, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Hiroshima, Japan > Tokyo, Japan > Kobe, Japan > Kochi, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Busan, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q112 TYO 14/04/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Kobe, Japan > Kochi, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Busan, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q112A TYO 14/04/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Kobe, Japan > Kochi, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Busan, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Tokyo, Japan > Kumamoto (tours from Yatsushiro), Japan > Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea > Kanazawa, Japan > Akita, Japan > Hakodate, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q113 TYO 23/04/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Kumamoto (tours from Yatsushiro), Japan > Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea > Kanazawa, Japan > Akita, Japan > Hakodate, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q113A TYO 23/04/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Kumamoto (tours from Yatsushiro), Japan > Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea > Kanazawa, Japan > Akita, Japan > Hakodate, Japan > Tokyo, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Shimizu, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q114 TYO 02/05/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Shimizu, Japan > Tokyo, Japan
Q114A TYO 02/05/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Kagoshima, Japan > Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea > Nagasaki, Japan > Shimizu, Japan > Tokyo, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Miyakojima (Hirara), Japan > Ishigaki, Japan > Keelung, Taiwan > Tokyo, Japan
Q115 TYO 09/05/2021 Tokyo, Japan > Okinawa, Japan > Miyakojima (Hirara), Japan > Ishigaki, Japan > Keelung, Taiwan > Tokyo, Japan

Cruise Code Embarkation Port Embarkation Date Itinerary
V101 SOU 23/12/2020 Southampton, England, UK > Lanzarote, Spain > Gran Canaria, Spain > Tenerife, Spain > La Palma, Spain > Funchal, Madeira, Portugal > Lisbon, Portugal > Southampton, England, UK
V101A SOU 23/12/2020 Southampton, England, UK > Lanzarote, Spain > Gran Canaria, Spain > Tenerife, Spain > La Palma, Spain > Funchal, Madeira, Portugal > Lisbon, Portugal > Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany
V102 SOU 06/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany
V102A SOU 06/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany > Southampton, England, UK
V103 HAM 08/01/2021 Hamburg, Germany > Southampton, England, UK
V103A HAM 08/01/2021 Hamburg, Germany > Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
V103B HAM 08/01/2021 Hamburg, Germany > Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
V103C HAM 08/01/2021 Hamburg, Germany > Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany
V104 SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
V104A SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA
V104B SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
V104C SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
V104D SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Bermuda > Port Canaveral, FL, USA > Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V105 FLL 21/01/2021 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA
V105A FLL 21/01/2021 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
V105B FLL 21/01/2021 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA > Montego Bay, Jamaica > Puerto Limon, Costa Rica > Transit the Panama Canal, Panama (Cruise-by) > Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala > Cabo San Lucas, Mexico > San Francisco, CA, USA > San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V106 SFO 06/02/2021 San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
V106A SFO 06/02/2021 San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand
V106B SFO 06/02/2021 San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia
V106C SFO 06/02/2021 San Francisco, CA, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Honolulu, HI, USA > Apia, Samoa > Suva, Fiji > Tauranga, New Zealand > Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V106D AKL 24/02/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia
V106F AKL 24/02/2021 Auckland, New Zealand > Bay of Islands, New Zealand > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V107 SYD 28/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
V107C SYD 28/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore
V107D SYD 28/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa
V107E SYD 28/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V107G BNE 03/03/2021 Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bali, Indonesia > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Nha Trang, Vietnam > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore
V108 HKG 20/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa
V108A HKG 20/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore
V108B HKG 20/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V108C HKG 20/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany
V108E SIN 25/03/2021 Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa
V108F SIN 25/03/2021 Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V109 CPT 14/04/2021 Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK
V109A CPT 14/04/2021 Cape Town, South Africa > Walvis Bay, Namibia > Gran Canaria, Spain > Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany
V110 SOU 29/04/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Hamburg, Germany

Cruise Code Embarkation Port Embarkation Date Itinerary
M101 NYC 22/12/2020 New York, NY, USA > St Thomas,  > Basseterre, St Kitts > Bridgetown, Barbados > Castries, St Lucia > Philipsburg, St Maarten > New York, NY, USA
M101A NYC 22/12/2020 New York, NY, USA > St Thomas,  > Basseterre, St Kitts > Bridgetown, Barbados > Castries, St Lucia > Philipsburg, St Maarten > New York, NY, USA > Southampton, England, UK
M102 NYC 03/01/2021 New York, NY, USA > Southampton, England, UK
M102A NYC 03/01/2021 New York, NY, USA > Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
M102B NYC 03/01/2021 New York, NY, USA > Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK > New York, NY, USA
M103 SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa
M103A SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia
M103B SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
M103D SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
M103E SOU 10/01/2021 Southampton, England, UK > Tenerife, Spain > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK
M104 CPT 24/01/2021 Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia
M104A CPT 24/01/2021 Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia
M104B CPT 24/01/2021 Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
M104C CPT 24/01/2021 Cape Town, South Africa > Cape Town, South Africa > Port Elizabeth, South Africa > Durban, South Africa > Port Louis, Mauritius > Le Port, Réunion > Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
M104F JFM 11/02/2021 Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
M104H JFM 11/02/2021 Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
M104I JFM 11/02/2021 Perth (tours from Fremantle), WA, Australia > Margaret River (tours from Busselton), WA, Australia > Adelaide, SA, Australia > Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore
M105A MEL 18/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia
M105B MEL 18/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
M105C MEL 18/02/2021 Melbourne, VIC, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore
M105F SYD 21/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China
M105G SYD 21/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore
M105H SYD 21/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates
M105I SYD 21/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK
M105J SYD 21/02/2021 Sydney, NSW, Australia > Brisbane, QLD, Australia > Cairns (tours from Yorkey’s Knob), QLD, Australia > Darwin, NT, Australia > Bitung, Indonesia > Hong Kong, China > Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK > New York, NY, USA
M107 HKG 10/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore
M107A HKG 10/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates
M107B HKG 10/03/2021 Hong Kong, China > Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam > Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam > Singapore > Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK
M108 SIN 17/03/2021 Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates
M108A SIN 17/03/2021 Singapore > Kuala Lumpur (tours from Port Kelang), Malaysia > Penang, Malaysia > Colombo, Sri Lanka > Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK
M109 DXB 29/03/2021 Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK
M109A DXB 29/03/2021 Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Muscat, Oman > Salalah, Oman > Petra (tours from Aqaba), Jordan > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Suez, Egypt (Cruise-by) > Athens (tours from Piraeus), Greece > Barcelona, Spain > Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain > Southampton, England, UK > New York, NY, USA
M110 SOU 19/04/2021 Southampton, England, UK > New York, NY, USA

Please note: Some voyages might not be available for sale in the UK

Contact us before the cruise on sale dates, and we will ensure we confirm your chosen cruise as soon as the cruises are available for sale!

PRE REGISTER NOW Call Jane or Lizy on 02476 742135 to pre register for your chosen cruise, or email janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

ON SALE EXCLUSIVELY to Cunard World Club Club Members Tuesday 12th March 2019.

On general sale Wednesday 13th March 2019.

Call Jane or Lizy on 02476 742135 , or email janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

 

P&O Cruises Iona’s first winter season Itineraries “Hidden Secrets” and Local Adventures

Late departures and overnight stays in iconic destinations are among the key features of P&O Cruises new ship Iona’s inaugural winter season, which goes on sale on Monday March 18, 2019.

Between October 2020 and March 2021 Iona will sail south to Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands for winter sun as well as visits to spectacular cities in northern Europe.

Guests will be able to enjoy day-into-night visits on shore to discover local nightlife with late departures from Barcelona, Valencia, Tenerife and Fuerteventura.

Overnight stays in Barcelona, Lisbon, Cadiz and Rotterdam are also part of the mix as Iona sails conveniently from its home port of Southampton.

An exciting choice of hand-picked shore adventures are being developed, ranging from waterfall canyoning in Madeira and river rafting in Vigo, to tuk tuk tours of Lisbon and star-gazing from Mount Teide, Spain’s highest peak, in Tenerife.

Traditional shrimp fishing by horseback in Bruges and cruising canals in Amsterdam on a vintage boat are among other new city-based shore experiences.

A mix of seven and 14-night itineraries will be offered during Iona’s maiden winter season.

Ports of call in Spain, Portugal and the Canaries will include: Cadiz, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Lisbon, Madeira, Tenerife, Alicante, Barcelona, Gibraltar, Malaga, Valencia and Vigo.

Rotterdam (for Amsterdam), Zeebrugge (for Bruges), and Hamburg are among the northern European cities featured.

P&O Cruises president, Paul Ludlow, said: “P&O Cruises is promising to deliver opportunities for guests to discover hidden secrets in these wonderful ports.

“We’ve used insider knowledge to develop shore visits and adventures that will be off the beaten track and give once-in-a-lifetime local experiences.

“P&O Cruises has a strong tradition of taking guests to enjoy winter sun and vibrant northern European cities, and now we’re helping them discover a new side of well-known destinations.

“By scheduling late departures for Iona from ports our guests will be able to make the most of days and evenings on shore, with an enviable selection of experiences that will showcase the very best of hidden Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands and northern European cities.”

Guests travelling on Iona to Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands could look forward to shore experiences including:

Canyoning in Madeira – an action-adventure in the crystal clear waters and gushing waterfalls of Madeira.  A hand-picked adrenalin-fuelled canyoning trip will see guests splashing and sliding down the beautiful river falls or swimming and abseiling in ravines.

Sundowners with the stars in Tenerife – For a truly memorable experience guests will be taken to watch the sunset at the summit of Mounte Teide as they savour a cocktail and dinner designed by two-Michelin starred chef, Erlantz Gorostiza. They can watch the skies darken, ready for magical star-gazing in Teide National Park.  The park has the reputation as being one of the top three best places in the world to observe the night sky.

Rafting adventure in Vigo – For an exhilarating experience guests will be able tackle the lively Mino River on a rafting adventure through white water rapids.  Along the way they will see some of the most stunning Galician countryside.

Lisbon by tuk tuk – a truly immersive journey through this beautiful city, moving through the streets in an open sided tuk tuk to all the well-known sights and panoramic views.  There will also be an opportunity to sample regional food including Lisbon’s traditional custard tarts – pastel de nata.

Trek on a moonscape in Lanzarote – In this unique volcanic landscape guests will enjoy an other-worldly hike.  Walkers will get a real insight into the various forms and features of this luna-like scenery with an opportunity to visit craters and see lava gorges.

Guests travelling to Northern European cities could look forward to:

An evening canal cruise in Amsterdam – An exhilarating city-by-night trip on a vintage canal boat.

Discovering Bruges independently – at the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Climb the 365 steps of the 13th Century Belfort tower for magnificent city wide views, sample a selection of beers at an award-winning brewery and browse the myriad of chocolate shops.

Roam the Reeperbahn – Guests can follow in the footsteps of The Beatles in Hamburg.  An evening adventure to uncover where the Fab Four found fame it includes a visit to a cult bar for German Schnapps and a visit to the Ritze, an old cellar boxing club.

Pre registration for these new cruises will commence as soon as P&O release the itineraries so watch this space!

Contact Jane or Lizy for more information Tel: 02476 742135 or email janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

 

P&O Cruises Drinks Packages

Four different packages to quench all thirsts

Launch dates for each ship

AZURA 26 March 2019
BRITANNIA 7 April 2019
AURORA 8April 2019
OCEANA 18 April 2019
VENTURA 18 April 2019
ARCADIA 5 May 2019

P&O have created four drinks packages that offer unbeatable choice and value. Each is available on any holiday of five nights or more and you can use your package in all the restaurants, bars and cafés on board. So, what’ll it be?

The ultimate drinks package

£39.95pp per day

Say ‘yes’ to a cocktail or simply sip your ‘usual’. Enjoy fantastic value and the choice of nearly every drink we serve. A Children’s package is included too.

The Non-alcoholic drinks package

£19.95pp per day

From a poolside mocktail to a primo Costa coffee, take your pick from a huge range of refreshing soft drinks.

The Hot drinks package

£10.95pp per day

With a choice of unlimited primo Costa coffees, teapigs™ teas and hot chocolates, it’s no wonder some like it hot.

The Children’s drinks package

£7.95pp per day

We know how thirsty they get! Relax with unlimited selected soft drinks (also included with the Ultimate package).

 

The Ultimate drinks package

Ultimate Drinks Packages Umbraco

More reasons to say ‘cheers’ – for just £39.95pp per day*

Say ‘yes’ to an intriguing cocktail or simply sip your ‘usual’ as you drink in the magnificent views. With our generous Ultimate drinks package our guests enjoy anything they fancy. Nearly every drink we serve is included and all for a fixed price per person, per day.

What’s included

  • An incredible array of beers, single-measure spirits, cocktails and wines by the glass up to £6.95 as listed on our menus
  • Unlimited draught soft drinks, mocktails, and small bottled water (500ml only)
  • Primo Costa coffees, teapigs™ teas, hot chocolates
  • 20% discount on the following items: drinks above £6.95, bottles of wine, large bottles of water, canned and bottled soft drinks, juices and smoothies
  • Travelling with children 16 or under? We’ll include the Children’s drinks package at no extra cost

What’s excluded

  • Any drink over £6.95 as listed on our menus
  • Bottles of wine, spirits, or any items from our on-board shops
  • Large bottles of water (750ml & 1.5L), canned and bottled premium soft drinks, juices and smoothies
  • Drinks from room service, mini-bar, self-service or vending machines
  • Any drinks featured in other programmes or promotions (on-board specials, events such as wine tastings, cocktail masterclasses, buckets of beer, buy one get one free offers etc)
  • Double measures of spirits

Restrictions

  • Each adult assigned to the same cabin must purchase the drinks package. Sharing of packages is not permitted
  • Only available on cruises of five nights or more and must be purchased for every day of the cruise
  • Strictly non-refundable or transferable once purchased on board
  • Alcoholic drinks are limited to 15 beverages per 24-hour period (6am to 6am)
  • Only one drink at a time may be ordered (minimum 15-minute wait between orders)
  • You must be over 18 (21 in USA and UAE waters)
  • All bottles and cans will be served opened

 *In line with our alcohol policy, bar staff may refuse service if a guest appears to be inebriated.

 

The Non-alcoholic drinks package

Non Alcoholic Packages Umbraco

Mocktails, mochas and more – for just £19.95pp per day

Choose a primo Costa coffee for a morning pick-me-up or stay cool by the pool with a fruity mocktail. From draught soft drinks and selected juices to rich hot chocolates and refreshing teapigs™ teas, our Non-Alcoholic drinks package offers something for every mood.

What’s included

  • Unlimited draught soft drinks, selected juices, mocktails
  • Primo Costa coffees, teapigs™ teas, hot chocolates
  • Small bottled water (500ml only)
  • 20% discount on the following items: large bottles of water, canned and bottled premium soft drinks and juices

What’s excluded

  • Large bottles of water (750ml & 1.5L), canned and bottled premium soft drinks, juices and smoothies
  • Large/medio sized coffees and hot chocolate
  • Items offered in shops on board
  • Drinks from room service, mini-bar, self-service or vending machines
  • Any drinks featured in other programmes or promotions (on-board specials, events such as wine tastings, cocktail masterclasses, buckets of beer, buy one get one free offers etc)
  • All alcoholic beverages

 Restrictions

  • Each adult assigned to the same cabin must purchase the drinks package. Sharing is not permitted
  • Only available on cruises of five nights or more and must be purchased for every day of the cruise
  • Only one drink at a time may be ordered (minimum 15-minute wait between orders)
  • All bottles and cans will be served opened
  • Strictly not refundable or transferable once purchased on board
  • All bottles and cans will be served opened

 

The Hot drinks package

Hot Drinks Packages Umbraco

Premium pick-me-ups – for just £10.95pp per day

Guests can kick off their day with a primo Costa Coffee, enjoy an afternoon cup of refreshing teapigs™ tea or treat themselves to a smooth hot chocolate before bed.

What’s included

  • Unlimited primo Costa coffees, teapigs™ teas and hot chocolates
  • 20% discount on the following items: large/medio Costa coffees and hot chocolates

What’s excluded

  • Large/medio sized coffees and hot chocolates
  • Items offered in shops on board
  • Drinks from room service, mini-bar, self-service or vending machines
  • Any drinks featured in other programmes or promotions (on-board specials, events such as wine tastings, cocktail masterclasses, buckets of beer, buy one get one free offers etc)
  • All alcoholic beverages

Restrictions

  • Each adult assigned to the same cabin must purchase the drinks package. Sharing is not permitted
  • Only available on cruises of five nights or more and must be purchased for every day of the cruise
  • Strictly not refundable or transferable once purchased on board
  • Only one drink at a time may be ordered (minimum 15-minute wait between orders)
  • Takeaway cups will be served on deck

The Children’s drinks package

 

Kids Drink Packages Umbraco

All the drinks they love – for just £7.95pp per day

We know how thirsty they get! Relax as the children enjoy unlimited draught soft drinks such as lemonade and cola, selected juices and primo hot chocolates for a fixed price per child, per day. And if guests purchase the Ultimate drinks package when travelling with children 16 and under – their package is included without charge.

What’s included

  • Unlimited draught soft drinks, such as lemonade and cola
  • Selected juices
  • Primo/small hot chocolates

What’s excluded

  • Bottles of water, canned and bottled premium soft drinks, juices and smoothies
  • Large/medio sized hot chocolate
  • Items offered in shops on board
  • Drinks from room service, mini-bar, self-service or vending machines
  • Any drinks featured in other programmes or promotions (on-board specials, events such as masterclasses, buy one get one free offers etc)

Restrictions

  • Each child assigned to the same cabin must purchase the drinks package. Sharing is not permitted
  • Only available on cruises of five nights or more and must be purchased for every day of the cruise
  • Strictly not refundable or transferable once purchased on board
  • Only one drink at a time may be ordered (minimum 15-minute wait between orders)
  • Pepsi products are served on draught in the majority of venues, no substitutions

 

Cruise Review: Silversea Silver Muse Mediterranean July 2018

Sunday 15th July 2018

I should be writing this several thousand feet in the air, or however many feet airplanes fly at, but thanks to the French Air Traffic control we are parked up on Heathrow tarmac, in the baking sun, waiting for clearance. And the we have to fly the long way around! Its the scenic route the pilot informs us, over Mont Blanc. Reality is I just want the fastest route to my destination. It’s not all bad. We are flying Club Europe and they have e already dished out some iced water.  Maybe the fizz will follow!

So my day, or should I say, my week so far. Last weekend I started the packing, not conventional packing as I know it. This time I have invested in packing squares and they have revolutionised the way I pack. Colour coordinated, so one colour for me and another colour for Mr C. Swimwear is one, undies in another, t-shirts in another, sundresses in the bigger one. You get my drift. That all resulted in a big stack of packing squares last Sunday. I felt very organised. During the week I got the cases out, slotted the packing squares into the case folded dresses and suits on top, and it was all done. I could see instantly what I had got where if I wanted something I knew where to locate it. And in theory, unpacking should be less stressful because all I need do is lift the majority of packing squares into the draws and onto the shelves. I will let you know how that pans out.

Saturday night I didn’t sleep. Mr C was snoring for England and there was no shutting him up. We were up and dressed by 5.00am and pacing the floor shortly after. Our driver was picking us up at 8.30am so I had time to fill.  I pottered, stripped the bed, washed and dried it, as you do!

The driver was right on the dot. I was already stood outside with cases. I tried to doze in the back of his shiny Mercedes, but it wasn’t happening. I resorted to consuming a full bag of foam M&S Lobsters. I needed fizz really. Why didn’t I bring fizz with me for the journey?

We arrived at LHR terminal 5 in plenty of time. No need to stress or rush about. We made our way to the Priority queue. Karen Brady (The Apprentice) stood behind us. Mr C is not very subtle when he spots a celebrity! She must be used to it, but I just rolled my eyes. Check in and bag drop was smooth, just hope the cases make it to same destination as me, and on the same flight. They will, won’t they?

We decided to head for the North BA Lounge. I passed all the shops and never paused once to browse. The Lounge was busy. Busier than I have known it before. We struggled to get seated, but eventually settled on the noisiest high metal stools known to man. I had wine, I had a view of the planes. The chilli was nice. The cakes were yummy, and I finished it off with southern comfort. Then we discovered we needed to track all the way back to the South side for our gate. Ted Baker shop, Kurt Geiger, I had to walk past them all.

We were second on the plane, bags in overhead lockers, in fact everyone boarded very quickly, doors were shut and we were ready to push back. That’s when the pilot told us that we couldn’t go anywhere for at least half an hour thanks to the French air traffic control deciding to have one of their strikes. So the pilot drove us to a quiet sunny spot and there we sat for 30 mins or so. I’m bored now!

The flight was quite enjoyable when we eventually got in the air. The G&T and wine might have helped. I opted for a very acceptable chicken salad lunch, no Sooner had that been eaten and cleared away we were preparing for landing. Venice lagoon was in full view on the right hand side of the plane so I had a perfect view. Smoothest landing ever, swift disembarkation, all four cases on the carousel much to my relief. So now to get a water taxi.

We hadn’t precooked a water taxi, we just went to the first water taxi booth we saw as we came out of arrivals. It’s a standard fare anyway at 130 Euro. Pay by cash or card. Given a voucher. Then it’s a 7 minute walk to the water taxi station. Easy, as long as you can manage all of your luggage, which we could. We were immediately allocated a water taxi, effortless and stress free.

Oh wow! This could well be the highlight of the holiday already. If you have never done it, put it on the to do list. Loved it, loved it, loved it! We left the airport at high speed and it stayed that way until we reached the main part of Venice. Then he took a gentle meander through all the internal waterways until we emerged close to St Marks Square. Then it was full throttle to the Molino Suckly Hotel. Better than any Gondola ride, and I’ve had a few! The concierge was on hand to take the bags. Effortless check in, and straight up to the room, and the bags weren’t far behind us. An Executive King room with view. Ooh the view did not disappoint! Room was to my liking. All good.  Mr C had previously had many mutterings as to ‘why’ I needed to pay extra to have a view.  Now, he gets it!

Mr C was itching to get into Venice, mainly to fill his belly with food. So, after a quick shower and freshen up, we headed out. The hotel provide a frequent shuttle service to St Marks so we took advantage of the service. Had a massive boat to ourselves for the entire journey. St marks was relatively quiet at just gone 7.00pm. We strolled through the winding streets and alleys and reached our destination of Rialto bridge. Restorante Saraceno is our go to place, has been for several years and it didn’t disappoint.  A lovely evening, bottle of wine, good food and the every changing scenery of the Grand Canal and different people coming and going on Gondolas and water taxis.

As we stood on the Rialto Bridge we realised people were taking photos of lightening in the distance. There’s a storm brewing. We didn’t have the energy to rush through the streets of Venice so we strolled back to St Marks. Venice takes on a whole new feeling and look in the evening. By the time we reached St Marks, Mr C decided it was time to quicken our pace. Rain was starting to fall in rather large spots and the lightening was getting closer. We somehow reached the Hilton water taxi station without getting wet. Just as we reached 5B shelter the heavens opened, the thunder rolled repeatedly across the sky and made for a very dramatic end to our evening. The water shuttle ride across to the Hilton was a warm and uncomfortable one due to it being so busy on the boat, but the dash from the boat to hotel door in torrential rain kept us on our toes. The hotel room was cool and inviting. I laid in bed and watched the storm over Venice. It’s been a long day.

Monday 16th July 2018 Venice

Woke up this morning to glorious hot sunshine and the sight of P&O Oceana just gliding into view. I must admit, despite her not being among my favourite ships, she did look good as she passed by the hotel window. She was closely followed by Norwegian Star, very bright and cheerful.

Breakfast for us this morning was in the Executive Lounge. Not a huge choice of food but more than adequate. The view was good, food fresh and tasty, no complaints. Mr C had planned a morning in Venice with his camera. Fine with me. I spent a little while in the room catching up with a bit of work, then I made my way to the rooftop bar and pool area. Oh yes, this is my kind of place. It was hot, very, very hot. I needed a Mojito, and it didn’t disappoint, cooled me down for all of 5 seconds too! Mr C arrived back from his adventures in Venice with his camera. Time to retreat to the shaded terrace of the Skyline Bar. Nice bottled of chilled Sauvignon and a salmon sandwich and an amazing view. It was lovely just chilling. I was keeping my eyes peeled for a certain ship to arrive, but reality wasn’t in line with what the shipping schedule was advising. More drinks it is then. Several drinks later and my ship still hasn’t come in. We retreated to the coolness of the room, but it soon became overcast outside, so the view wasn’t looking quite as bright and sunny as I like it. But wait, here she comes. I see a ship. Good afternoon Silver Muse, you are looking good. I will see you tomorrow.

This evening we had a reservation at Imora the fine dining restaurant within the hotel. The plan was to dine outside with the glorious view of Venice in front of us. But it wasn’t to be. It was raining stair rods. It always rains in Venice at some point of our stay. I wish it hadn’t chosen this evening to put in such an appearance though. We had pre dinner drinks at the Skyline Bar and watched Oceana head back out to sea for her next port of call. The restaurant was deserted. I’m still trying to figure out why the waiter seated us within a few inches of the only other two guests in the restaurant. Even more so, I’m trying to find out why I accepted the table we were given. Not like me at all! I blame the Bellini cocktails.

The meal was OK. I wasn’t blown away by it. It was nowhere near as good as the food served on the rooftop of the Intercontinental Athens, which is a similar concept. My lamb was way too tough for me, foolishly Mr C ate his and then moaned. To be fair the waiter did check with me why I wasn’t finishing it, and my desert was complimentary. All in all, it was nice. But it was expensive for just “nice”. It’s a shame we didn’t get to dine outside as planned. But worse things happen.

Tuesday 17th July 2018 Venice

There are times when I want to strangle Mr C and at 4.45am this morning was one such time! Why does he think it acceptable to batter and clang about, put lights on, and then set up has tripod etc in the open window just to capture the dam sunrise? Four hours sleep is not acceptable for me and then he starts asking me questions about water taxis and shuttle services to the dock. Read the bit of paper Mr Chadwick, this ‘travel agent’ (as he calls me) is trying to sleep! But let me answer that question anyway. Water bus shuttle stops outside the hotel. Cost is 9 Euro per person with one case plus one piece hand luggage each. Each additional suitcase is 3 Euro. Private watertaxi transfer is 65 Euro. He then has a full blown discussion with me re the logistics. Public transport – how do we manage five suitcases and three bits of hand luggage between us, V’s private water taxi, porter to load the bags on, watertaxi man to hand luggage to a porter. Arrive in style V’s arrive all caffuffled. No contest for me. It was never up for discussion in my head! Private water taxi it is then.

I dispatched him for coffee at 6.00am. He came back empty handed. Executive lounge doesn’t open until 7.00am. He makes me tea instead. I hate hotel room tea.

The sun is up, it’s set to be a glorious hot sunny day. And I’m going on a cruise. Not just any cruise. A Silversea cruise!! All inclusive, all Butler, all suite cruise. 596 passengers and two of them are us!

Mr C was dispatched again for coffee and muffins, then sat up in bed thinking about my day.

I had a bit of an incident with my back whilst stepping out of the shower. It often gives me jip first thing in the morning, but this was worse than I had experienced in a long time. I could barely move. It really was painful and all I could do was administer tablets and lay and wait until it eased enough to move. Breakfast was short and sweet. I had work to attend to. Luggage labels to write. Attaching them baffled both of us. It completely baffled engineer Chadwick. It was me that made sense of them in the end.

Hotel check out wasn’t a smooth as I would have liked. There was a query on the bill, a rather large query at that. The room charge was on there, but I had a receipt to show it had been prepaid. In the end Mr C had to log in to check his account. We agreed we couldn’t see it as charged at the time of booking so paid again. To be fair to the receptionist, she was professional and discreet, and did give us contact details and the business card of the reception manager if we had any queries on our return home when we can check it properly.

The Concierge ordered our water taxi, and we were directed outside to Julia who was coordinating them. Julia was lovely, we chatted whilst we awaited the arrival of our water taxi. They are expecting a very hot September through to November if anyone fancies a long weekend in Venice. She was also loving my dress. I have to confess, I did clock her dress yesterday and loved the way she rocked a pretty dress with a pair of Converse, but she is Italian and slim – they just do it effortlessly. Our water taxi arrived. The porter loaded our cases, the taxi driver offered his hand as I tried my best to step elegantly down into the water taxi. Hair tied back, shades on. Oh yes, I have thought through my arrival for the last few months! I had to make the most of this short journey.  We whizzed along, took a right turn and glided along past the starboard side of Silver Muse. I had my concerns regarding where we would be set down. The Concierge at the hotel the previous evening suggested it would be at the public waterbus station at the far side, but our driver took us right alongside the ship, at speed and tied up just at the stern of the ship. The driver offloaded our cases. Mr C just had to work out how to get the cases off the jetty and to the waiting porters on the quayside. A couple of short trips along the jetty and up a steepish ramp and it was sorted.  It would have been easier if the porters had come down the jetty to assist but let’s not get wound up about it.

Check in and embarkation was swift, amazingly swift! Health declaration form completed, passport checked, through security and we were stepping onboard. What a welcome. The spa girl handing out refreshing towels was in love with my dress. I think an online order might have been placed with the hour. The Entertainment man meeting and greeting was in love with my bag, or should I say Pom poms. Yes, it was quite a welcome! We were guided into the lounge and handed a glass of fizz and checked in formerly at the reception desk. We were checked in by assistant cruise director from Yorkshire. I admit to being confused. He was a red striped officer, which in my cruise world is a medic, but apparently in the Italian cruise world it’s not. We were fully checked in no time at all. I even forgot we were checking in, we had such a lovely chat.

We chose to sit for a while. Gather our thoughts and senses and just chill. We then had the decision of where to have lunch. We decided on La Terrazza, table for two on the aft rails. Perfect, absolutely perfect. Well apart from the view to the side of Thomson Celebration, it amused me if nothing else. Lunch was simply Devine. La Terrazza is self service at lunch and breakfast. I fully surveyed the entire choice on offer, which had to be seen to be believed, before I settled on some pasta. I didn’t even have to wait for it to be prepared. I was told to go back to my seat and a waiter would bring it to me. Sure enough he did. Oh, and another thing, fine china and crystal glasses are used in this restaurant. None of that thick red plastic eat your dinner off a plastic tray, and drink from a plastic beaker nonsense. My wine was continually topped up, we are on holiday according to our waiter.

The suite, oh the suite. No photos will do it justice. I was expecting beige, and that’s what I got, but very calm, inviting, contemporary beige. It’s lush. Bigger than I imagined, spacious, light and airy. I have more draw and closet space than I have at home. UK plug sockets as well as all other combinations. Our Butler Joseph has just called by to introduce himself and ask if he could unpack for me. Dam, why did I unpack already. No Butler, on any ship I have been on has ever asked if he could unpack for me. He offered me the full range of choice of toiletries. I chose Bvlgari but I can swap at anytime I want.

Unpacking complete, which was easy thanks to the nifty packing squares.  Just lifted each packing square into a draw or on a shelf as predicted, hang the dresses, place the shoes, and it was job done.

Time for muster. We were assembled in the Panorama Lounge, which was short and sweet, but then we had to file out to the deck and assemble below the lifeboats. Take note, if the sun is shining so fierce as it was this afternoon I will not make it to my designated lifeboat in an emergency. I thought I was going to pass out there in my bright orange reflective life jacket. What we were standing waiting for baffles me somewhat, but eventually the Captain announced we could stand down.

A drink, I really need an ice cold drink after that experience. So we headed for a shaded spot by the pool and a frozen Strawberry Daiquiris was before me in no time at all. Now for one of the most bizarre things I have ever seen at sea. Set up on deck in front of my eyes. A shoemaker! A shoemaker at sea? Only on Silversesa! Choose the stones, jewel’s and embellishments and he makes them to your liking whilst you cruise. I was fascinated.

Back at the suite I had a nice relaxing soak in the bath. As baths go it’s a very comfortable bath, I emerged fully immersed in every Bvlgari product to hand. Mr C was next to use the bathroom. WARNING . . . . . .  Amusing Mr C tale coming up.

Mr C went into the bathroom and I heard him cursing in disgust “Really” he shrieks to himself “are Silversea for real” he asks. I went in to investigate. He is stood in the bath, trying to crouch under the handheld shower device, which he tried to hold above his head with one hand, but he was too tall. With the other hand he tries to wash whilst pouring Bvlgari all over him.

“Mr Chadwick, what on Earth are you doing” I asked in a surprised voice. Ooh he was not happy. Apparently, the idiots at Silversea hadn’t thought the showering facilities out properly, there is not even anywhere to secure this hand held shower to the wall m-m according to Mr C.

“Errm what’s wrong with using the shower cubicle?” I asked. The massive double shower enclosure right in front of you”. Oh I laughed. He was not best amused! I left him to turn off the mixer tap on the bath and step across to the real shower.

Oh my life!!! What on Earth is he doing now. ‘Screaming like a girl‘!!  doesn’t even come close. It’s a wonder half the crew didn’t come flying in through the suite door. So, he had unhooked the shower device from the wall and angled it whilst he tested the water temperature and got that right before he put it back to have a proper shower. What he hadn’t spotted was the massive rain shower head in the centre if the shower enclosure which he turned on accidentally and basically dumped ice cold water on his head. He ran out into the suite traumatised by his bathroom experience. A bit like a cat that accidentally came across a garden sprinkler. He was not happy, not happy at all. But I was helpless. Totally helpless with laughter. He’s an engineer in charge of multimillion pound laser machines, but a bathroom and three shower heads was too much for him!

We eventually made it to a bar for a well deserved glass of fizz before heading to dine at Atlantide. Table for two by the window was perfect. Fe as our waitress, wine just kept coming. I ordered way too much food. I couldn’t help it. Poached salmon in strawberries, pumpkin soup. Then I stupidly thought a New York strip steak would be a slither. Wrong, it was massive. It was smooth though. Like eating velvet. But it beat me, I felt bad for not eating it all, but I will know for next time. Maybe a starter and a soup no main next time lol

Mr C was taking some convincing to stay awake for the 11.30 departure from Venice. This is Venice. How can he contemplate missing a late night sailing past St Marks Square. A Dark Chocolate Martini seemed to be the key to keeping him on his feet for another 30 minutes. I had a Lemon Drop Martini. Devine. We timed going out on deck perfectly. We arrived on top deck just as we past the Hilton Molino Stucky. It looked fabulous all light up. Then we went across to the other side of the deck to watch us glide past St Marks and the Grand Canal. It was so quiet. So quiet and serene. Fabulous. Just fabulous.

Mr C had fulfilled his obligation and was permitted to go to bed. He wanted hot chocolate but couldn’t possibly order it himself, too many buttons on the phone. He was asleep long before it arrived. I sat out on the balcony and watched the final lights of Venice disappear into the distance. It was a perfect hour. What a day!

But before I can get into bed I have to try and figure out how to turn the magic mirrors off. It’s like an activity information wall and television. Way to technical for me. I tried touch screen, I figure they are not touchscreen and I guess the suite attended Eric will not be impressed with my hand prints all over it. Eventually I found a remote and the red button for off.

Wednesday 18 July 2018. Koper

It’s hot, like 32 deg intense sun hot. Too hot to even think straight.

We chose breakfast on the aft deck of La Terrazza. It’s the buffet restaurant and you can’t really describe it as self service. Orders for juice, coffee, eggs etc is taken at the table. The choice of food from the buffet is outstanding, and when you have made the choice a waiter carry’s it back to the table for you. Whilst I feel a little guilty about someone carrying my plate of fruit outside to my table for me, it’s the Silversea way, so go with the flow.

We lasted all of an hour ashore. It was simply too hot. Koper doesn’t have a lot to offer anyway. Mr C was keen to go to Piron. It for 35 Euro each way I was t keen. I’m not the best at the tourist thing. Getting back on the ship was not as easy as it could have been.  Before we disembarked there was much confusion about whether or not passengers were required to carry passports ashore.  Guest Services had retained all passports at embarkation in Venice.  We are convinced that the last announcement before we disembarked had changed to ‘passports not required’  We were ashore early, only stayed an hour, so were obviously one of the first set of passengers to go back onboard.  We put the bags and camera through the scanner in the deserted security tent, then showed our cruise card to the nice man on the exit to the dockside.  “Passports” he growled at us.  We politely explained that the ship had advised passports not required to be taken ashore.  He just kept demanding Passport, Passport!  Didn’t matter what we said, it wasn’t going in.  We didn’t speak his language and he didn’t speak ours. I told him to radio the ship, but it was all falling on deaf ignorant ears. Eventually the nice lad from the security scanner came over and asked what the problem was.  He calmly explained it to Mr Growling Immigration Officer, who dismissed our explanation.  We were in stale mate.  Next two nice passengers turned up.  They explained to the security scanner lad that there had been a lot of confusion on the ship, re passports or no passports, but just before they disembarked it was changed yet again to ‘passports required’   I knew I wasn’t totally bonkers and was usually pretty switched on as to what documents were required or not required.  I am a travel agent after all.  The passengers offered to go onto the ship and get our passports from reception, to which Mr Grumpy Immigration agreed.   Hang on a minute, the ship is not going to randomly hand over our passports to a stranger, that’s that plan foiled and by now I wanted to proper yell at the grumpy Mr Immigration.  His face still hadn’t cracked. The lovely security scanner lad was still trying to reason with him.  Eventually the other passengers said they would get back onboard the ship, got to Guest Relations and send someone off the ship to get it sorted.  As soon as that was explained to /Mr Grumpy Immigration he decided we could go through.   I will know not to get off there again, ignorant git.  Apparently it was all political, I don’t do politics so I’m none the wiser.  Many announcements were made over the ship during the afternoon apologising for passport confusion and for the local immigration.

As you can imagine, I am in need of a drink and chose to get changed and go and chill by the pool. We almost melted.  The supply of fizz and cocktails helped a little though, as did the ice cold refreshing towels. I could do without the stress on holiday. My people watching skills were on full alert.  There was a lot going on.

Time to retreat to the shade of The Grill. Chilled wine, nachos and a BBQ chicken wrap. Our lunch was enhanced with some jolly banter with the guys sitting behind us. We did have a laugh. By the time we retreated to the suite it was time for a quick turnaround and head out for pre dinner drinks. How lunch merges into pre dinner I know not – blame the all inclusive enjoy yourself’ness.

Formal night this evening.  We have a reservation in La Dame, but my timing was all over the place and had no time for pre dinner drinks.  I slipped into La Dame and asked if we could be excused for 20 to 30 mins whilst we went and chilled with a pre dinner drink.  I suppose I expected a roll of the eyes and a non appreciative grunt from the Maitre D, but oh, I forgot, this is Silversea!  No problem at all Madam come through when you are ready.  So we did.  I do like the Silversea way.

La Dame is the Relais and Chataeux French dining experience.  One of the smallest and most intimate restaurants on Silver Muse and one of only two restaurants onboard that carry a supplement.  Its all very intimate and cosy.  We were welcomed with a glass of champagne whilst we perused the menu.  The table next to us has arrived.  Its one of the people I was people watching this afternoon.  I wasn’t really being nosey, he is the sort that likes attention.  For example, Tables for two are seated as one on a built in sofa bench type seating, with a chair opposite for the second guest.  Im sat on the sofa type seat, as does the lady of the table that has just arrived.  Mr C is on a chair opposite me as per the table setting.  Not this guy.  He sits his very glamour wife down, then takes off his jacket, flings it onto the sofa seating, pulls his chair round to a 45 degree angle with his wife and sits back in his chair with one leg pulled up over the other.  I expected him to pull out a big fat cigar at that point.  Maitre D comes over and has a word. I would guess he suggested it was formal night, jacket required and that he needed to be seated as per the table layout so that the waiters could serve, comfort of the guests who would be at the next table etc.  nit him, he was having none of it.  Our food started to arrive as they were looking at the menu. “What have you got, whats that” they would ask as our dishes were unveiled.  Peoples mannerisms and ways do amuse me, so it kept me very entertained.  At one point, one of our courses arrived and on checking what it was he summonsed the waited to tell him to change their order to the same as ours.  Bet Maitre D was not best pleased, or chef.   We had a lovely evening in there.  Turned out not to be quite the intimate setting we had imagined, but it was all about the guy at the next table.  We finished off our evening in Panorama Lounge with a French Martini.  Our bellies were full and our eyelids were closing so we retreated to the suite before the show in the Venetian Lounge finished and the place got busy.

Thursday 19th July 2018. Split

We are not due to arrive in Split until noon, but by the time we arrived at breakfast at La Terrazza land was already in sight. We hugged the coast and it made for a very delightful breakfast view. Entertainment at breakfast was provided, rightly or wrongly, by a couple of guests causing near chaos and leaving the waiters shaking their heads. They had started off at one table and placed an order then they both left the table to go into the buffet, but when they came back the waiter pointed out that they were now sat at the wrong table. They were having none of it even though the waiter advised him that there was already an order placed for that table, and that his order would go to his original table. No, he was having none of it and the waiter was ushered away. Next the restaurant manager appears and suggests, very discreetly, that he gets their food lifted across to the original table. No joy. The other couple had by now been moved without any fuss. Then the food order arrives. The waiter is trying to determine who’s food is who’s but the man insists he put it all down on his table, which he does, then another waiter comes by with food looking totally confused because said man already has a mountain of food stacked in a tower. He is asked if he had ordered an omelette, but before I could interrupt and suggest it might be Mr C’s omelette, the man had claimed it.  We had no coffee, no food from our order. Mr C is totally oblivious to what is happening at this table of confused disruption. Mr C’s people watching skills are not on the same level as mine. By now Mr C is wondering where his omelette is and getting a bit vocal to me about it. Kicking his shins was not helping the situation. Eventually the waiter that took our food order came by and couldn’t believe we were still waiting. Then he too clocked the table of confusion and had maybe put two and two together because no doubt the waiters were having behind the scenes mumbling about the couple who refused to move. He quickly scurried off to get more Illy coffees and get another order in for the omelette. I gave the man at the table of confusion my best Paddington Bear glare.

I went for a browse of the shops onboard after breakfast, because we are in port every day its not easy to catch them open. I had literally just set foot inside the jewellers and they declared shops closed because we were too close to port, so we pottered and continued to explore Silver Muse.

Mr C had a tour booked for this afternoon. He was very excited to be going on a photography walking tour with a local photographer. However, he returned earlier than expected a little miffed that the tour had been monopolised and spoilt by a couple of other guests. Im not painting a very good picture of our fellow guests, am I!

Meanwhile I had found my hideaway pods on the aft of the ship and that is where I stayed most of the day. I had waiter service throughout my stay. A Silver Spirit cocktail managed to knock me out for an hour. I had my own private jacuzzi and a shower, so I utilised both of those. It was just sheer bliss and I must hope nobody else finds my pods.

This evenings decision was what to wear, where to have pre dinner drinks, and where to dine. One thing at a time. I went and consulted my walk in wardrobe and decided I was feeling in a red kind of mood, so red it was. We stepped outside for a couple of photos and oh heck it’s hot. Still very intensely hot and humid. We retreated to the most forward lounge bar on the ship. It was deserted. It is a library too, but that’s no excuse to not use it. It was blissfully quiet, just what I needed. Somewhere to chill. As you can imaging the Barman was very attentive and ensured that the Hendriks flowed. We were still alongside in Split with departure planned for 9.00pm.

Dinner venue was discussed over our Hendriks and Brandy’s. We chose Indochine, and it didn’t disappoint. It’s the Asian Thai influenced restaurant. Presentation of the food was outstanding. Very tasty, and maybe a little too spicy for my own personal preference but apparently can ask chef to tone it down a little, so maybe next time. Mr C was however in his element. Spicier the better for him. He loved it.

I now get to browse the shops onboard. No jewellery caught my eye, but the Joseph Ribkoff collection impressed me. Thing is it conjures up an image of a Jane McDonald blasting out one of her songs whilst dancing around the shop. Have I maybe drank too much already? But Jane Mc does like a nice bit if Ribkoff.

We headed to the Panorama Lounge where Joyce has already decided I should have a French Martini. Can’t fault her suggestion. Mr C is back on the brandy, large brandy’s at that. Entertainment comes in the form of a kind on one man band guitarist. He plays the guitar whilst magic music appears from somewhere to back him. He had a lovely time, but we too had a nice time listening to him. There was a show on in the Venetian Lounge but we didn’t get to see that. When the show kicked out a lot of guests came up to Panorama Lounge just in time for the disco. The dance floor was busy for an hour or so before they left and once again we had the room and bar to ourselves. A walk on deck, and so to bed.

Friday 20th July 2018 Kotor Montenegro

I was woken this morning by the delivery of breakfast. We had decided on a leisurely start to the day as we observed the sail in to Kotor, and so the lovely Butler delivered breakfast to the suite, omelette, fresh fruit, cornflakes Salmon bagel, fresh orange juice, ooh and tea, I must have some English breakfast tea to start my day.

Jimmy the Cruise Director is giving a talk over the public address system describing the sights of the arrival. Interesting but a bit too much for my brain at this time of the day.  Im fortunate to have done the sail into Kotor several times, so I would have been happy this time to just sit and watch the scenery drift by.  As always it was stunning, and if you haven’t experienced it yet make sure you put it on your to do list.

Azamara Quest got the berth so once again we were at tender.  No queue for the tender and we were straight onto a ships tender and in the walled town of Kotor by 9.45am when it was relatively quiet, just as I like it.  It was hot though! Oh so flippin hot.  What to do!  We had a little wander through the cobbled streets.  I was a bit desperate for some wifi, sad I know, but I do have a business to run at the same time as trying to take a holiday.  The sun was making me irritable and no mobile signal or wifi signal was sending me over the edge.  I’ll be honest I dont even understand why I cant use my phone in the land if Montenegro, something to do with EU I think? Mr C has tried to explain, but as I don’t do politics it glided neatly over my head.  By now Mr C has decided he needs a loo.  I now understand why this used to wind my Mum up during our family holidays some 40 years earlier.  Is it only women who know to use the bathroom before they leave the ship?  I though men were once boy scouts?  Anyway, just another thing to add to my grumbles of the day.  So I sit, on a bench, in a little square, surrounded by cats, whilst Mr C goes in search of a gents.  Now I love cats, I’m a bit of a crazy cat lady, but the combination of stray cats, lots of flies, sun baking from above and roasting me from below whilst glaring off the hot shiny cobbles, throw in the stench of cat P, and I declared I had had enough.  I need the ship, I need air conditioning, I need wifi, and so for me my date ashore was over.  When Mr C eventually returned from his loo trek I was gone.  I had a tender all to myself and I arrived back at my beautifully airconditioned luxury cruise ship.  Im not really a girl that needs ports of call in her life.  I got into my suite, poured myself a glass of chilled sauvignon blanc and retreated to my balcony.  Ah that’s better. Sometimes one just needs a bit of time out, and today Im fortunate that I can have just that in such an idyllic spot.

We had lunch in our usual spot on the aft of La Terrazza.  I cant begin to explain the range of food that is on offer. I could eat so much, but I try to be good and keep it as light as possible.  Wine waiters are so attentive too, perhaps a little too attentive but im not complaining.

After spending the afternoon just chilling, lounging around and admiring the view we prepared fro pre dinner drinks in Arts Café.  I love the randomness of how or why people start talking to you.  With me people usually comment on my shoes or ask what drink I have, because I can and do try every cocktail on the list.  Tonight was no exception, Australian lady a couple of tables away calls out how nice my shoes are, closely followed by “whats that ya drinking”  Third sentence was “where are you two dining tonight and can we join you”  just as choke on my drink my fast little brain kicks in with “oh that’s vey sweet of you but my husband and I don’t get to see a lot of each other so we will just be a table for two, but thank you anyway”  She was only being friendly, but I just prefer my own company.

Tonight we are dining Italian in La Terrazza.  Table for two by the rails, just as I like it.  The food was exceptional, the service and attention to detail faultless, and of course the wine flowed.  There was the most stunning sunset as we sailed out of the Fjord, Mr C was in his element with his camera.  There are no words to describe settings like this, but I love nights like this.  After dinner we head up to Panoram Lounge, pull up two bar stools and I sample a few more Martini cocktails, some on the bar menu, some not.  It turned into a busy evening up here tonight.  The show dancer rocked up, the disco kicked in and suddenly our bar stools were edging onto a packed dance floor.  Time for our romantic stroll on deck in the moonlight.

Saturday 21st July 2018 Corfu

It was very nearly death caused by the heat today. All self inflicted, so no sympathy required but why I though coming to the Mediterranean in mid July was a good idea beats me. What’s more, I then go and sit out in the Midday sun and then attempt a hike back to the ship in the full glaring sun.

So, the day started relaxed and calmly with breakfast by the rail at La Terrazza as we tied up alongside at Corfu. Then I spent an hour at my laptop catching up with work, before setting off for the town just after 11.00am. We chose to walk through the port to the terminal building, then got on the shuttle bus to town. I should not have sat at the front of the coach. My heart was in my mouth as the driver wound his way through the narrow streets by the fortress. He arrived at the drop off point only to find a police car, in the busses drop off point, booking a car driver for something. The coach driver went mental at the policeman, he gave him both barrels. I didn’t hang around to see if he got himself arrested. It was hot. Mega hot. The crickets in the trees were going nuts and were deafening. We have been here 10 minutes and Mr C is doing my nut in. He has utilised every bit of camera equipment in his sport billy bag and taken a hundred different shots of the same thing. I’m hot Mr C, get a shift on. I was on edge walking through the park area. There must be lizard things around somewhere, and what if those cricket things fall out of the tree on my head. As we approached old town I offered Mr C some choices – we go the shops, we go to our favourite bar down by the sea, or we split up and he does photography and I browse the shops. He chose the lapety, lapety bar by the sea, so we treked across there. It was hot, like very hot. So why did I choose seats in the full sun. Why not go around the other side in the shade where there was a bit of a breeze! Why, because I wanted to sit more or less near to where we usually sit. I thought my jug of wine would cool me down. Reality was the sun heated my wine up. Mr C had iced coffee and then a cold beer. It was now getting on for 12.30 so decided that by the time we got back to the ship it would be a very late lunch, and too close to our booked evening meal. So, we decided to have a light lunch here. I had a lovely tuna sandwich on the freshest bread. Mr C had seafood platter which to me looked disgusting, but he really enjoyed it.

We decided to go our separate ways as we left the bar. He wanted to do photography, I wanted to look in the shops. I knew when I was heading back to the shops up the hill that maybe I should head for the shuttle bus instead, but in my head the shopping streets would be shaded, and by the time I got back through to the other end of town I would be half way back to the ship, or so I thought. The cobbled streets were so hot and slippery in the heat, I could barely stay upright. I don’t think the wine helped. I couldn’t browse the shops it was simply too hot. I headed for the exit to the main road thinking I would see my ship. In hindsight I was not as close to being at the port as I thought I was. I started to question my actions. As I walked through the hottest car park in the world, I looked up and there was Mr C 10 ft in front of me. I called him back to assist me. My head was on fire so I had to take his sport billy head covering from his head to protect mine. I needed water, and I needed it fast. I was holding my maxi dress up as high as I dare, I nearly lifted it over my shoulders in an effort to protect them, but it wouldn’t have been a pretty site. We stopped at a road side kiosk. Mr C had a Fanta but seemed shocked that I went for the healthy option of ice cold water. He was even more shocked when I stood and poured it all over me, then proceeded to drink his Fanta. It was not a good look, but I felt slightly better. Where was my ship! We walked into the port area and I knew the last bit was going to frazzle me, and it did. I got some very funny looks on the port bus round to the ship, but did I care? Straight into the bathroom and I stood under the cold rain shower until I stated to cool down. Then I slapped on layers of aftersun. Won’t be doing that again in a hurry.

I stepped outside the suite this evening, and as always Joseph our lovely Butler was close by. He took my arm and escorted me all the way to pre dinner drinks. He seems concerned that he doesn’t do enough for us, but really, I want for nothing on this ship. He keeps our wine supply topped up and everything in the suite is perfect.

We had pre dinner drinks in the Observatory. Wesley one of the entertainment team dropped by for a chat and we talked about our day in Corfu. It was his first time here, but next time I think he will be visiting g my lapety lapety Bar.

We headed down to Hot Rocks in the hope that it might have cooled down a little. It hadn’t, it was still as blisteringly hot and sunny as it was at 2.00pm this afternoon. We were offered a table in the shade, which I accepted, but it really didn’t help. It was so intensely hot it was becoming unbearable. Iced water wasn’t helping, and chilled wine was doing little to ease my pain. I knew before I started that I was going to struggle with my meal. And struggle I did. I chose the smallest fillet Mignon on the menu, but it was still too much for me. I chose to have mine cooked by the chef before coming to the table. Meanwhile Mr C was in his element cooking his on his hot lava rock. To be honest I should maybe have just opted for the jacket potato and sour cream. The beef was beyond amazing but I wasn’t appreciating it this evening. I had to go inside and find coolness whilst Mr C ate his steak. Coolest place I found was Connoisseurs Cigar Lounge, the rest of the ship seemed to be struggling to keep the aircon cool. I returned to table and the waiter was in full agreement with me about the heat. How they were managing to work in it was beyond me. I chose a nice light fresh fruit desert with ice cream.

I couldn’t wait to retreat to the Dolce Vita Lounge in an effort to cool down. We had the place to ourselves and was entertained by the guitarist singing and playing some lovely relaxing tunes.

Local folklore dancing up on deck, so we headed up there to watch the show, which was very good, and made a refreshing change. The plan was for an early night, but bumped into others we had met during the cruise, and best laid plans were straight out the window. Drinks on the aft deck outside Panoram Lounge it is then.  There was some banter flying between the tables tonight, until we all merged into one big gathering.  On the quayside there must have been a ferry delayed or something because there was a lot of people with suitcases appearing.  It was like a swarm of ants at 1.00am when their ferry turned up. 8 hours after leaving the suite for pre dinner drinks, we eventually made it back there! A fab night of giggles and good company though.

Sunday 22nd July 2018 – Corfu

Yes, we are still in Corfu. A planned overnight until 2.00pm today. Everything seemed like an effort this morning. No idea why lol. We did make it into breakfast and I enjoyed a nice salmon bagel, fresh orange juice and a latte. I decided to stretch my legs with a stroll to the dutyfree shop at the terminal, then a stroll back in the heat. We spent a couple of hours chilling out on the aft deck with a latte before moving onto Spaccanapoli for fresh pizza and several glasses of wine. It’s hard to stop the waiters from pouring and constantly top up your glass. Somehow, we completely missed the fact that there was a deck buffet one deck below. They were cooking sea bass, duck and stir fry. But I enjoyed my pizza so no complaints from me. We arrived back at the suite just as the Butler showed up with Champagne and ice cream, so we sat on the balcony and enjoyed the sailaway from Corfu. We, the ship that is, must have looked stunning as we glided past my favourite lapety lapety Bar.

As you can probably imagine, my eyelids were getting a little heavy. The duvet was calling me, so that’s where I ended up for an hour.

I woke up refreshed and decided to chill in a nice Bvlgari bath. Then I sat out on the balcony just chilling. The doorbell rings and in comes Joseph with this evening’s canapés. He pours us a nice glass of chilled wine, lays the table on the balcony with fresh white linen tablecloth, places the canapes, and he left as discreetly as he arrived. And so we just sat, chilling yet again with chilled wine and canapes and the most relaxing view.

Formal night tonight so pre dinner drinks were taken in Dolce Vita. There was a cocktail party to attend for Venetian guests but we prefer to chill at the bar. One French Martini, and a Putting on the Ritz later we decided to head to dinner in Atlantide. It was busy, and the Maitre d Informed us that we had taken the last table for two. It wasn’t the best of tables right by end door, but it more than made up for in people watching opportunities. I didn’t miss many things this evening. Hat Woman beyond fascinated me. She was wearing a hat which matched her evening dress. The lady on the next table spotted me staring in disbelief and reliably informs me that Hat Lady has a hat for every occasion and is never without a hat. Apparently, her embarkation outfit, in Venice, with matching hat was a sight to behold.  Good food, free flowing wine and lots of people watching. what more could a girl want?!

After dinner we went to what we now refer to as Joyce’s Bar for an sherry or two before bed. We sat at the Bar chatting to Alex before it got busy, but once the DJ kicked and the dancing started we left. It’s be getting old lol, but I was in need of my bed.

Monday 23rd July 2018 Taormina

It was a bit of a choppy night and we awoke to overcast sky’s. But it was still not, very hot. We decided on breakfast in Atlantide with full waiter service, just for a change.  Excellent as expected. We were anchored in Giarda Noxos so it was a tender ashore then a bus ride to the village of Taormina up the hill. Taormina is pedestrian only so the coach dropped us at a car park with the elevator upto level seven. Taormina is so very pretty. It as breezy and it was like having a hot hairdryer blowing at you constantly. It was a bit wearing. We wandered to the other end of town and back, then stopped for a nice refreshing drink, before heading back to the coach.  I had never been heare before but its not hard to see what the attraction is.  Very quaint, lovely little shops to browse, stunning views.  I was convinced we had just missed a transfer coach but due to a road accident it was delayed so we made it. Just getting out of the car park was a bit of a farce. We were in a mini bus because the larger coach couldn’t negotiate the detour to get us back down avoiding the traffic accident. For some reason the driver didn’t seem happy, and there was much discussion between him and the ground staff. Then it transpired that he didn’t have the magic pass key to get out of the car park barriers, so he resulted in manually lifting them, but by the time he got back behind the wheel o the coach the barrier would lower. I thought we would never make it. The journey down was much faster than the one going up. Mr C decided to walk along the beach to get some photos. I was on the next available tender back to the ship, which at one point I thought they were going to cancel. The sea was a bit choppy and they couldn’t get it secured to the pontoon enough. Thankfully they managed it and a handful of passengers ventured back to the ship. Once onboard I had a bit of work to catch up on. I was well aware that the scenery outside was changing rapidly and we were swinging on our anchor. At one point we tipped quite considerably. Clearly the wind had caught us and we were battered by a sudden gust. Things in the suite slid around and was quite a scary feeling.  Mr C made it back in one piece though.

We ventured out on deck for an hour and then decided on a light lunch in The Grill. I opted for lamb from the rotisserie and Mr C had the chicken wrap, washed down by a couple of glasses if white wine for me, and beer for MR C.

I had to do a bit of maths this afternoon and try and work out how many informal and casual nights were left. It was even more complicated by the fact that I had to work out what day it is.  Life gets so complicated at times when all you have to think about is what shoes and dress to wear.

So, it was a semi formal evening this evening. Despite it being very breezy I thought it might be nice to go and sit outside the Panorama Lounge for pre dinner drinks. As we stepped outside the suite Joseph was there to escort me, as he is most nights. So where are you going this evening Mrs Chadwick. “Joyce’s Bar” was my reply. He didn’t flinch, but I could see his brain ticking as we approached the lift. “where did you say you were heading Mrs Chadwick”. I briefly explained that Joyce was the waitress in Panorama Lounge, and Joyce is clearly the boss in there despite what the bartender Alex thinks. When the penny dropped he had a right little chuckle. He clearly knew who Joyce was! We arrived at Panorama Lounge only to discover that there was a private party for first time guests in full flow. Joseph didn’t bat an eyelid. “It’s ok Madam, you wanted to sit outside, we can walk through”. As you can imagine there were more than a few heads turned as we strolled through with me in the arm of a white gloved Butler.  Well, if you are gonna make an entrance, make it a good one!

It was breezy on the aft deck and it took 3 seat changes to find one out of the breeze. We were still at anchor in the bay. At one point during the afternoon the Captain did abandon tender operations for safety reasons due to 55 knot winds. So now we had to sit out the weather changes and make sure all passengers got back on board. One minute it was calm and the next minute the Captain was sounding the horn very loudly. Next thing I knew heavy metal chairs were being lifted from the deck. My French Martini slid towards me and Mr C demanded that we get inside. As I stood up I was facing the sea, almost literally parallel to me, and it was not an easy passage to the doors of the Panorama Lounge. We did right ourselves by the time I reached a bar stool but the look on everyone’s face confirmed we were all thinking the same “ what happened”

We chose to dine in Indochine this evening. Mr C was clearly hungry and asked the waiter for a selection of everything. Why? It was too much for me. I was done after starter and soup. I wanted my bed, and I decided I needed it fast.  Im not sure if this cruise is death by food, death by drink or death by the heat of the sun. The couple on the table next to us were lovely. She clearly shared my passion for people watching and we had a few giggles about a few of the characters onboard. Earlier in the evening the couple behind me caused my radar ears to be on full alert and I was highly amused whilst I was eaves dropping on their conversation. They sounded like they were from the Deep South and not quite in tune with the 21st century. There view of the 21st century was amusing me. I struggled my way through the meal to a light desert of sorbet and then I heard my bed screaming for me, so I had to dash back to the suite and stay with my bed, it needed me tonight.

Tuesday 24th July 2018 Palermo

My usually perfect location table for breakfast in La Terrazza appeared to have changed location and I was now sharing it with a noisy bulldozer thing collecting rocks. I was not impressed.

After breakfast we ambled along to the shuttle us not knowing that it was waiting for us, there may have been a few rolls of eyes as we entered the coach. As soon as we got in the bus it set off into town. He went the long way around. From what I understand the main shopping area is just opposite the port gate, but Silversea seem to like to drop you in the centre of town, which means going up around and approaching the town centre from the other end. The Costa ship next door had no such luxury, they walked. We wandered off down the more interesting looking side streets until we declared ourselves lost, and had to return the way we came. Mr C had his port map out n everything, but he is no boy scout. We found the main pedestrian street, stumbled across local graduation celebrations and were heading back to the ship before lunch time. The shuttle back to the ship was like a comedy sketch. Mr Irven, who I have since learnt is a well known guest, was sitting in the seat in front of me on the bus. “Driver are you taking me back to Silver Muse” he asked repeatedly before we even set off, with nil response because the driver was Italian. Eventually, the ground staff lady stepped in and explained that the driver didn’t speak English, and yes the bus was going back to Silver Muse. The. ~Then his mobile phone goes off very loudly and the woman at the other end of the phone was screaming at him “why are you screaming and hollering at me” he asks? It might help at this stage if I explain he is about 90+ years old. He continues “ . . . well I just saw a bus and I got on it”. Truth is he couldn’t just see a bus and get on it, you had to disembark and walk to the other end of the dock, so he continued “will ya stop screaming at me, the whole gawd dam bus can hear ya hollering” By now the whole gawd dam bus was in hysterics. She hung up “doh she seems a little mad at me, I guess she wanted to come into town too”  the uproar of laughter increases. He knew he had messed up somehow, but he couldn’t for the life of him figure out how, bless him. His next question was how will he know when he is back at the ship? A passenger assures him he will be ok and they will put him right. As we approach the port gate he sees a ship “oh driver, I gotta get off of this gawd dam bus, that’s my ship right there in front of me!” He took some convincing that we weren’t quite there yet. It was hardly a surprise when the bus door opened at the dockside and the tour manager immediately said “ah come on Mr Irven lets get you back to the ship”. We have double checked, he is still alive and well, and his wife hasn’t killed him, yet.

After a quick freshen up we headed to the pool for an hour on the sunloungers. Honestly, an hour in this heat is an hour too much. It’s so hot and so humid.

We went for a spot of lunch in La Terrazza. It was too breezy to dine outside so we sat inside for a change. The chef prepared me some pasta arrabbiata and I followed it with a scoop of mandarin ice cream. Perfect.  Oh there was wine too, always wine!

We just chilled for the rest of the afternoon in the suite and on and off the balcony.  Unfortunately the ugley big Costa ship was in full view alongside and I wasn’t impressed.

We had our pre dinner drinks in Arts Cafe and there was the most perfect sunset.  We were dining in Silver Note this evening.  Im going to be honest and ay that the menu was not at all to my liking.  Very seafood esque, and just the thought of squid in ink was enough to turn my stomach.  But a very pleasant evening non the less.  It’s a sort of cosy dining club experience with entertainment. It wasn’t a late night this evening.  Im looking forward to Sorrento tomorrow.

Wednesday 25th July 2018 Sorrento

We took the tender across and then opted for the shuttle bus up the hill.  It took the driver forever to get in the driving seat, they had times to stick to and that’s what they were doing despite the mini bus being full and ready to go.  There was a lot going on in the port area.  Many had chosen to take ferries and hydrofoils across to Capri and various other places. The shuttle dropped us just past the main square and offered no indication if which way we should walk.  Use the port map I hear you all say.  Well that’s the sort of paperwork that I find on my bed the evening previous.  I read it in bed, ‘read’ being very loose terminology, before falling asleep and it ends up scattered about the floor as I cast each bit of paper aside. We were actually in search of breakfast ashore this morning.  We had this vision of sitting in Sorrento having breakfast overlooking the bay.  Finding the reality of that vision was not proving easy.  We opted to walk back to the main crossroad and turned right, knowing that this was roughly the direction of where the ship was anchored below.  Views of the sea were not forthcoming, just the entrances to nice fancy hotels.  More and more people were passing us walking in the opposite direction.  I did point out to Mr C that this must be a sign that there is nothing this way of any significance.  My belly needed food and my thirst needed quenching.  After what seemed like a ten mile hike in the every increasing heat, we reached a viewing area with stunning views of the bay and our lovely silver Muse.  There was a bench, so I sat whilst Mr C utilised every lens and setting on his camera to capture the same photos over and over again.  I have no idea according to him.  At this point I thought he would see that there was no point in walking any further, there was nothing to see.  But no, we had to walk to the next junction just to prove it.  When we eventually turned around to walk back the way we came we did eventually find more than enough places serving breakfast.  We chose somewhere that was about as far removed from the idyllic spot we had originally imagined, right on the traffic crossroads.  But no complaints, the food, service, and fresh orange juice were exceptional.  Nice breakfast.  So whilst sitting it wasn’t hard to note that all pedestrians were walking to the left of the main crossroads into a nice quiet, serene pedestrianised area, with quaint, narrow windy little streets to wander down.  Mr C must of thought that I wouldn’t have the energy to investigate every little street and vendor, but I did. Some of them I checked out twice because I could.  We chose to have lunch at the Aurora Pizzeria because we had seen its amazing looking pizza oven as we stepped off the shuttle bus.  Pizza was nice, service wasn’t upto scratch.  I ddn’t like having to keep asking for my wine.  After lunch Mr C decided to walk back down, whilst I took the shuttle bus.  Oh my life it was hot on the shuttle bus as we waited for him to come and turn on the engine and engage the aircon.  People were melting, me included.  By the time the shuttle dropped me off at the port area Mr C was just reaching the same point, and he said the walk wasn’t as bad as I had imagined.  We had a little mooch around the port area and wandered over to the main beach area, which was very busy.  We opted for a bar on the tiny beach area close to the tender area.  I had a limoncello spritzer which was very refreshing, and I sat as close to the ice blowing aircon unit as I possibly could.  At one point the bar owner came over and apologised for the cold blasting machine being directed at me, and tried to turn it down.  Was she crazy?  Leave it alone you mad woman, I’m chillin.  We spent a very chilled out hour just sitting people watching and doing nothing.  We had the tender to ourselves back to the ship.  Most people were off on some big adventure somewhere.  I had a nice cool shower to refresh and cool down, then met Mr C at the pool bar for a drink.  I opted for a ‘Swimming Pool” as you do!

Pre dinner we chilled on the balcony admiring the view, before pre dinner drinks and then we dinied in my favourite little spot outside at La Terrazza.  I cannot put into words how perfect this place is.  The view is stunning, food is perfect and the wine is flowing.  There is a party on a posh yacht anchored out in the bay.  I think it was someoness birthday, and what a way to celebrate.

There was local entertainers in the Venetian Lounge so I stuck my head in there, and we retired to the aft deck with a French Martini and a bit more chill time before bed.

Thursday 26th July 2018 Sorrento day two

We had never really planned to do anything on our second day in Sorrento. For us it was just going to be a stay onboard and chill day. But it’s difficult to sit and chill in heat like this so we decided to go ashore and more or less think on outer feet. So, after a leisurely, but early breakfast outside on the aft of La Terrazza, we took the tender across to Sorrento. We pondered about getting the ferry across to Capri but having been there in recent times we wanted something different. We asked a taxi driver about a drive along the Amalfi Coast, but he was a grumpy old Italian that didn’t speak very good English. He sort of suggested Positano, but his price was minimum 250 Euro plus waiting time of 50 Euro per hour when we stopped. We walked away, and another taxi driver followed us and asked us where we wanted to go. He said Positano was the best choice. Romantic! He would take us on a nice drive, stop for photos, take us to Positano, wait for us and bring us back. And he only wanted 160 Euro no waiting time. He was fab. He had a nice air conditioned Mercedes minibus thing. He told Mr C to get in the front seat so he could get best photos and off we went. He told us about Sorrento, how many live there, how many visit per day, how hot it is -m know how hot it is! We know who grows the best tomatoes, who the best olive farmer is, the Bougainvillea season, lemons, we know all about lemons and Citrons. But as you can tell I don’t retain much of the info given out. Having said that it was interesting, and he was not at all boring. He was very chatty and friendly. The Amalfi Coast is stunning. I was mesmerised. There was little the driver didn’t know, he told us about beaches and how to get there, he told us about private islands. He was just great. When Positano came into sight, we knew we had been right to listen to him and this had been a good choice. Just the type of place we like. A tiny village nestled into the hillside with pretty coloured buildings. He dropped us as far down the hill as he could get, and shortly after that it is pedestrianised with tiny meandering little streets and pathways, and a lot of steps. I was already dreading the journey back up. There were some lovely little shops, chic boutique and nice jewellery shops. We made it all the way down to the beach. The beach itself was not the best, it was hot dark pebbles, but the view looking back was stunning. Mr C was in his element with his camera. I was already dreading the climb back up. I went for a little browse of the shops while he took photos and then we rendezvoused for our climb back up. It was getting busy, and for me it would be too much when it reached the peak of day visitors. I just had to put my head down and walk and take it slowly when I reached steps. We stopped for a Lemon slush halfway up. That was refreshing and certainly aided the second half back to the taxi. The drive back meant I could take in the Amalfi Coast again. There was a bit if traffic on the way back, especially back into Sorrento but he knew how to avoid it and took us a bit of the back way. He dropped us in town as requested and we had another little wander around before deciding to walk down to the tender station. We took the steps which wasn’t as bad as risking our life on the narrow bends of the busy road.

It was so, so hot. My dress was clinging to me. We were dripping. A tender boat was in so we climbed onboard and we were back in our air conditioned Silversea world. We had to freshen up, before going to lunch out on the aft terrace if La Terrazza.  How fab is that though? We have been along the Amalfi Coast and back to Positano, and all before lunch! Chilled White wine, ribbon pasta of the day, stunning view. Perfect. We chilled, we chatted, we relaxed, and yes I sipped my wine.

After lunch we got changed into swimwear and went and hid under sun hats by the pool. Everywhere was so hot. The arms of the loungers scolded your arms so a second towel had to be laid across them to protect your skin. I found the best cool spot was in the waters edge of the pool water overlap, hat on, frozen Margarita. I took more than one dip in the pool. You were no sooner out than you were dry and hot again. A lovely relaxing afternoon after several busy days. We never went back to the suite until late afternoon. My dresses were back from being pressed. I’m done with laundry rooms.

I had a nice bath. Love my Bvlgari and it doesn’t matter how much I use, it’s always replenished. We were very late going out for ore dinner drinks this evening, but it had been a full on kind of day. We hadn’t planned to dine in any of the more formal restaurants. To be honest we are a little fooded out. We planned just a nice chilled out evening and then going along for a pizza on deck at Scappanopolli. So that’s what we did. We went to the Observation Lounge for pre dinner drinks and watched the most stunning sunset. Mr C somehow managed three very large, free poured brandies to my one Hendriks and tonic. The barman just keeps walking over with the bottle. Mr C is going to be trouble tonight I can tell. Our pizza night did not disappoint. We had the place to ourselves. A view across the open deck and Hot Rocks below us. The wine was free flowing. The waiter went and got us a nice green salad. Chef made the perfect pizzas and we finished it if off with stracciatella ice cream. The best ice cream ever according to Mr C.

A little stroll on deck, a wander through Panorama Lounge. A browse of the boutique and jewellery shop. A flyby of the show in the Venetian lounge, looked like it was a Blues Brothers type show. If I read the Chronicle sometime I would know! I nipped down to Indochine for some mints and bumped into B & G coming out of Atlantide and we all ended up having a nightcap in Dolce Vita with lots of giggles. In fact we had a gay old time, in the old fashioned sense if the word. Another fab night on Silver Muse.

Friday 27th July 2018 Civitavecchia

I had made up my mind today that if we were berthed close to the port gates we would go for a wander into town, it if we were three or four ships along the dock we would have a day onboard. We did indeed get the berth closest to the town, with MSC, Costa and Holland America being behind us. There was a very big expensive yacht Ulessys berthed opposite. Somebody has a lot of money. Mr C was fascinated by its toys of helicopter, speed boat, tender etc.

After breakfast in La Terrazza we took a walk into town. It was supposed to be a stroll but it was so dam hot I could feel the sun burning into me. We had a little wander up as far as the market and back, then for me a brief walk along the sea front. I saw a tiny little lizard thing which might as well have been 10 feet long. It finished my morning off and I was gone. I left Mr C taking photos of the promenade and I had a brisk walk back to the ship. There is something very satisfying about reaching the tranquil air conditioned surroundings of a luxury ship, especially when it’s scorching outside.

Once Mr C was back onboard we decided to have lunch on deck at The Grill. Mr C had a burger and I had chicken from the rotisserie, our lovely waitress Holiday provided the freeflowing wine. We sat in the shade for lunch. We had to. The sun was so incredibly intense. After lunch we took up position on our sun lounger and along came my frozen margarita, just to aid the cooling down process you understand. We took to the pool in an effort to stay cool, and I alternated between the pool and sitting in the water overspill with a cocktail. The ice cool flannel man also aids our efforts to cool down with his icy face cloths.  I needed an ice cold bath towel toady. Eventually, I persuaded myself to return to the suite and get the majority of the packing done. My new packing squares did make it easier. Unworn items were still folded in the packing squares inside the drawers so I simply zipped them back up, folded over the empty excess and placed in the case. Dirty washing in one case, clean folded items on top of the packing squares, shoes in another case. It was an hour well spent and meant I could enjoy Portofino tomorrow without that hanging over my head. I watched someone important, or with a lot of money, arrive at the yacht opposite. There was a fleet of four black minibus people movers and a lot of luggage. The crew lined the dock to await their arrival. I’m intrigued who it was. Probably just someone with money!

Joseph our Butler dropped by with some canapés and nice chilled wine so we sat for an hour on the balcony and chilled.

Pre dinner drinks in Dolce Vita this evening, always a good little crowd at this bar and the pianist sets the tone. We decided to dine in Indochine. Once again we are greeted by Holiday with Indochine pre dinner cocktail. I kept my meal as small as I could this evening. I’m just fooded out and my dresses are telling me to stop. I went for the egg drop soup followed by crispy sweet n sour king prawns, delicious. Our waiter encouraged us to go up on deck for the desert because it was the Chocolate buffet. Oh my life a chocolate smelling deck. It was a bit overwhelming. The waiters had white chocolate cocktails, dark chocolate cocktails, milk chocolate cocktails, chocolate fountain, slabs of chocolate, chocolate cakes, chocolate everything. It was hot, humid and a little bit much for me. The deck party kicked in and the whole deck was on its feet partying surrounded by chocolate. Meanwhile there was a Blood Moon which Mr C was desperate to photograph, but the combination of a moving ship and low cloud didn’t make for a very good viewing. We chilled on the big sofas in the serenity of the aft deck of Panorama Lounge with a nightcap whilst the ship partied.

Saturday 28th July 2019 Portofino

Well, it’s another hot one, overcast, but very hot. After breakfast out on the aft deck of La Terrazza we headed down to see the local tourist information representative that embarks the ship for a couple of hours in each port. Her suggestion today was to take a walk up the hill to the lighthouse or the castle. Neither interested me until a bar at the lighthouse was mentioned!

We walked straight onto a tender, exactly as we have done at every tender port this cruise. We have never been asked once to wait in a public lounge and collect s ticket etc, we have never joined a queue and we have never waited for a tender.

We like to arrive ashore early to see the full beauty of the place. Portofino was just coming to life, restaurants were just opening up, as were the shops. It is so picturesque here it was such a joy to see it before any mass of tourists invaded. As we stepped off the tender there were steps up the hill, rather a lot of steps, so Mr C asked a shore excursion representative if that was the best way to get up there. In her very best broken English, she told us not to attempt the steps, it if we went through the town we would see a hill, just past all the buildings. That would be a much better route she suggested!!! What could possibly go wrong, it sounded so simple! After a little mooch around the shops in the bay we decided to find this gentle incline of a hill to get us to the lighthouse, or more importantly get me to the bar.

We walked through the town, past the buildings and up a gentle hill. What were we faced with next? A practically vertical hill. I told Mr C I couldn’t do that, but he somehow persuaded me that it was only a short sharp hill, and soon be over. We attacked the hill, I took a big of dragging but we got there. What’s next? I feel as if I’m already half way to the sky. Where is the lighthouse? The lighthouse with a bar? Now we have steps, hundreds and hundreds of stone steps, some of the barely resembling steps. There is an Italian information board telling us where we are going, which wasn’t much use to either of us at this stage. I attack the first set of steps that are in view. We turn a corner, there are more steps. I’m struggling. It’s easily 40 degs. I have a maxi dress on and I have diamanté flip flops on. I thought I was going to Portofino to mix with the rich and famous when I got dressed this morning. Mountain climbing never crossed my mind! This isn’t working. I stop, and I have a mini tantrum. To be fair to Mr C he said we should turn around and go back. Had he looked back. Had he seen how far up this mountain, disguised as a hill, we actually were? No way was I giving up now and going back. That lighthouse and bar were going to be just around the corner in a beautiful serene setting. I set off again. We were passing signs suggesting that snakes and lizard things were in the area. We were surrounded by trees, bushes, brambles. We hadn’t past anyone going either up or down the hill. Somethings not right. I stopped. I looked around. I can’t do anymore. The steps were covered in giant ants and dirt but I didn’t care. It was either sit down or collapse. I looked back down the hill. Wow, what a view. Well at least that’s something! Some very fit looking muscular Italians passed us and even they were struggling, so suddenly I didn’t feel quite so pathetic. As I sat, a suspicious looking man came up the hill, but went into undergrowth. He looked totally out of place. Looked like he knew where he was going, but not dressed for such a walk. After a while we heard stamping on the ground, then he re-emerged, sat on a step below us and made a phone call. I’d had enough, something weird was going on. I told Mr C to carry on, but I was going back down the hill, which I didn’t relish, but it was better than going up. Mr C went for a quick reckie up the hill to see if conditions improved, but he said they were getting worse. He insisted on watching me down the hill past the dodgy looking man. Apparently as soon as I past him he also got up and went down the hill himself. Mr C was hot in his heels. The man eventually passed me, and once we reached civilisation, he was sat on a moped having a heated discussion. Mr C reckons he was a drug smuggler. I reckon Mr C watches too much tv.

Right, I’m hot. I’m sweating. I’ve lost the serene six star look I left Silver Muse with a few hours earlier. I’m in the first gift shop and purchase a bottle of cold orange Fanta. And I sat and got my breath. Mr C is still wittering. We have hills to 3 sides of us, and he’s trying to decide which one to attack next. No Mr C, I need a Bellini.

Oh my life, we headed back to the square at the waterfront and it had been invaded, mainly by MSC passengers on tour and other tourists from neighbouring resorts. All of the pavement cafes were busy, way too busy for my liking. We had another little wander around. Maybe the answer was to go back to the ship and freshen up. I sat on a bench pondering while Mr C walked around getting some photos. I looked around wondering where we went wrong. I decided to investigate an alley. What do you know, a signpost to the long lost lighthouse. How did it get so complicated? Well, we had to investigate didn’t we. It was a very civilised path with stunning views. First stop was a church, again with stunning views down. Now where? Mr C decided we needed to go around the back of the church through a graveyard. Really? Oh, he was adamant, and he reckons he had seen this on the tv on the ship, so it must be true! This was a graveyard in the true Mediterranean sense of the word. Wall to wall tombs of loved ones remains. Some were 10 tombs high. It was in 3 levels, and he dragged me round all three levels with me muttering it couldn’t possibly be the way to a lighthouse and a bar. Oh, what do you know, we reached a dead end. No pun intended and I apologised to all the graves as we retraced our tracks.

Once we got out the other end, what do you know, another sign directing us to the lighthouse. This dam lighthouse, or more importantly the bar, had better be good when we get there. If we hadn’t been mountain trekking in the previous hours it might actually have been a pleasant walk, but I just needed the bar. I kept telling myself it would be around the next corner. Eventually it was. I was rewarded with a seat with a view. A view of my ship and the most amazing Bellini I have ever had anywhere. It was truly amazing. The rest of the bar looked on in envy as they sipped their water and coffees. If only we had found this 3 hours ago.  I could have stayed her all afternoon just taking it all in. Only the walk back to tackle, and we were soon back in the hustle and bustle of Portofino. The restaurants were doing a roaring trade, and I could understand why because it’s such a stunning setting. We went to the tender station and had a very welcome drink of fruit punch, before getting back on the tender to the ship.

I needed to go and stand under my cold rain shower, and that’s exactly what I did as soon as I was back in my suite. We decided to order some lunch to the suite and today it was a fillet of fish burger that hit the spot for us, washed down with a nice glass of Sauvignon for me and beer for Mr C.  What a day!

I had a bit of packing to do, thankfully I had done the majority of it yesterday. Incidentally Joseph the Butler did offer, but as much as I hate packing I do prefer to do it myself. He said he has packed for 8 out of 14 suites. Rather him than me. He said if it made his guests happy, it made him happy. He is such a sweetie. He bought us some warm canapés this evening and made sure I had a glass of chilled wine.

Pre dinner drinks this evening were in Arts Cafe. It a popular little after dinner bar, as well as a popular place for people dropping by for a coffee and snack to go. My chairs were waiting for us and a lemon drop Martini was soon delivered.

Our final dinner was in La Terrazza, my favourite restaurant onboard Silver Muse. Another stunning view, this time in the form of Portofino. I could see my lighthouse! We had placed special orders this evening. Mr C fancied a seafood pasta and I just wanted a simple chilli pasta. The food has been beyond amazing, but I just wanted something a little bit simpler. The pastry chef was also preparing us a Baileys Cheesecake. Silversea are amazing and will provide more or less anything, within reason, with 24 hrs notice. The meal could not have been more perfect. We were seated and immediately offered chilled champagne, and we just sat and chilled and admired the view with our anti pasta. The sommelier came along and offered us his chosen wines of the evening. I have loved everyone that I have been offered, if I hadn’t liked them he would simply have bought me a wine of my choice. The meal was superb. The table next to us looked on with envy. After dinner I chose a Southern Comfort whilst Mr C had a brandy, oh my life they were huge.

We took a little stroll up to the Panorama Lounge, mainly to say goodbye to the fantastic bar staff up there who we had spent many a happy time with at the bar. One last speciality cocktail for me and a French Martini and then we had to go for our very last late night stroll on deck.

Oh dear, the corridor outside the suite is looking very sad with all the suitcases outside the doors. None of ours are out yet. I like to keep them back in case of a last minute packing. As per usual Mr C finds a tiny bit if bed space to fall asleep on while I put our clothes from the evening into the cases and close them. One final check that I have all required items for the Morning and our disembarkation, and I wake Mr C and instruct him to put the cases out.

Thanks Silversea. You have been amazing. We enjoyed every nano second.

Sunday 29th July 2019 Monte Carlo

Its here! Disembarkation day has arrived.  No point delaying it, we are up and out of bed early and at breakfast at the aft of La Terrazza in time to watch us dock on Monte Carlo.  What a place to disembark, or embark, a cruise.  Absolutely stunning views and a glorious morning. After a very leisurely breakfast we returned to the suite to collect the hand luggage and then decided to set up camp on the deck by the pool.  This would have been a fabulous idea if it hadn’t been in the scorching hot sun.  Anywhere outside this morning just proved too hot.  I went for a bit of a wander, poking my nose in suites that I shouldn’t have been in, but they had been vacated so I couldn’t see the harm in it.  It was research! We retreated to the Dolce Vita lounge to await our time slot to disembark.

It soon became apparent that things weren’t moving very quickly so I went to investigate.  I could see that there were cases sitting on the dockside in groups, so that was a good sign.  Some people had disembarked but a lot hadn’t.  I had booked a private transfer to the airport and by now I had a very irate French driver calling me to ask why we hadn’t disembarked at our allotted time.  The gangway staff were telling me we would be off in the next 10 mins, but that didn’t happen so we decided to disembark anyway.  Chances are our cases were on the dockside, and we knew our driver was there because she was super vocal. We got on the dockside only to discover that our cases hadn’t been offloaded yet.  Our driver really was going nuts, lol, and she started rattling off at the dock workers, baggage handlers, Silversea staff, literally anyone regardless of whether they wanted to listen or not.  It soon became apparent that the cases that were being given priority were those belonging to passengers that were transferring to a Monte Carlo hotel.  That didn’t make sense, people had planes to catch.  It was hot.  I had had enough.  Mr C instructed me to walk away from the French taxi woman because he could see I was about to tell her to shut up! All around us disembarking passengers were getting more and more agitated.  It seems that we weren’t the only ones to disobey the rules of remain in the cool comfort of a Silversea lounge.  Sometimes I do wish I would do as I was told.  Eventually the Captain came down the gangway and went straight back into the ships hold where the luggage was being manually passed out to dock workers. This will sort it, or so I thought!  No, he just went in there to retrieve his own family’s luggage. It wasn’t the best end to a cruise, but to be fair to Silversea it wasn’t their fault.  I had disembarked through my own impatience.  I could have been sat in an air conditioned lounge with a cool drink.  Plus, it was the French, their ground staff and lack of equipment to successfully off load a cruise ship full of luggage.

We eventually got into our air conditioned Merc and the French Woman driver went off like a coiled spring. Shut up woman, Ive heard enough.  She didn’t shut up all the way to the airport.  I left Mr C to acknowledge her conversation. I was done.

And so we arrive at the airport.  The check in desk has indicated it wont be open for bag drop until much later, in my opinion to close to the planned flight time, but what do I know!  Due to lack of airport facilities we decided to just stay put and queue with another couple from the ship, at least when it did open we would be straight through without any pushing and shoving.  That was until the Silversea airport transfer showed up.  Us and the other couple were stood right at the front of this so far imaginary queue, but all of a sudden, we saw a different side to some of our other fellow passengers.  You would not believe how many people could barge past the only four people in the already non existent queue.  Some people’s manners never fail to astound me.  And when some airline staff came to make some preparations at the desks there was a bit of a surge and a lot of grumbling.  As it turns out the check in was quite late opening and we then found out that there was a slight flight delay.  Oh well, what will be, will be.

We headed for the airport lounge, got a seat and some drinks and nibbles and calmed down after what had been a less than stress free few hours. Eventually it was time to go to the gate.  Oh heck it was hot down at the gate. Where has the tranquillity of my Silversea Suite gone? We stood and we stood and we stood.  Our flight time came and went.  Nobody knew what was going on.  There was an announcement to say that there was a delay, but that we would be boarding soon.  By now I just wanted to go home.  People were pushing and shoving. What was the point, none of us were going anywhere?  I was quite close to the front in the Priority queue, and I could tell something was going on and being discussed amongst the ground staff.   A passenger list was printed off.  Here we go, I thought to myself.  My Miss Marple skills deduced that there had been a spot check of the aircraft by the powers that be, and it had been decided that some seats were broken and unsafe.  If it was only a seating issue I would have thought they would have asked if there was anyone willing to offload and take a flight the next day?  It later transpired that there would have been several volunteers. Instead the ground staff decided to see if there were any passengers travelling on a concession fare that would be prepared to sit on the jump seats (my Miss Marple’ing skills are impressive hey?)  Turns out there was a family on a concession, but somebody from the group had already agreed to sit on the jump seat at check in, and other members of the group were minors and not permitted to sit on the jump seat.  I relayed this to Mr C, he would take the dam jump seat, but as this wasn’t public knowledge he couldn’t volunteer until passengers were made aware.  There was also an off duty air hostess travelling, but for some reason she wasn’t approached to see if she could swap flights or move seats. It was all getting too much.  Ground staff said we could go back to the lounge and updates would be on the screens.   More wine it is then!

When we eventually got on the aircraft it was a right old nail of a plane.  Allegedly being decommissioned the following week. We were in the last row of Premium with a very noisy rattling screen behind us.  The bloke in front of us was being very vocal about his broken headrest. One lady was really upset that she had not been allocated a seat with her husband, and I could understand that.  The annoying thing was, the family that were on a concession fare all had seats together over two rows of 4, in Premium, none of them ended up on the jump seat.   In my opinion they should have been the ones split up and the couple could have had seats together. Lots of passengers were being even more vocal about their connecting flights to the US etc that they had already missed.  A flight manager was up and down the plane with an ipad trying her hardest to get connecting flight issues resolved.  We were on the ground on that plane for what seemed like an eternity.  Even when it took off, I wasn’t convinced it would get us back to Heathrow.  How could we be so unlucky to get flight delays going out and coming home.  When my cruise is over, I just want to be home as fast as I can.  It was nearly the final straw when they started dishing out the inflight meal.  We were the last row of Premium so I knew they would run out of my chosen meal before they got to me.  And sure enough they did.  Who had the last meal choice? The family on the concession Grrr.

I couldn’t wait for the flight to be over, through immigration as fast as we could and to the baggage carousels.  I stood back and let Mr C retrieve the bags.  Our driver was waiting for us.  Home James, an don’t spare the horses!

I cant explain how much we enjoyed this cruise, it ticked a lot of boxes for us and some extra ones.  From the moment we stepped onboard we really were treated like welcome guests.  Silversea seem to have mastered the art of perfection to make it appear effortless.  Joseph, our Butler, seemed to always know what I wanted before I knew I wanted it myself.  The Bar Staff knew what drinks to suggest, and they were never far wrong.  The chef made us the perfect cheesecake on request.  The waiters in La Terrazza knew I liked a table by the rails. I could go on.

We would usually choose suite accommodation on any cruise line, and factor in the all inclusive element, Silversea can become very good value for money.  Another thing to remember is that Silversea is ‘luxury’ all inclusive.  This isn’t a mainstream cruise line offering suite accommodation, and very little else.  This is Silversea who have won endless awards in the luxury cruise categories.

I know many of you will be wondering if it is all to posh and la-di-dah and uppity to be enjoyable.  Well, if you think that, you clearly don’t know me.  Im about as down to earth as you can get and Mr C certainly is, let’s just say he was fast tracked through etiquette skills several years ago! We are a hardworking couple who like to go away to chill out and relax in nice surroundings, and we like to share a drink at the bar with like minded people, and that’s exactly what we do.

Our next cruise adventure is just around the corner.  The packing squares are out and filled ready for the cases.  Dresses have been selected, and I’m trying to convince myself to take less shoes, but I have four cases to fill so its falling on my own deaf ears.

I’m happy to answer any Silversea questions that you have and more than happy to help you choose and confirm your next Silversea cruise.  My advice is do it, you will not regret it!  We have some amazing Silversea offers, so get in touch

Call Jane or Lizy Tel: 02476 742135

Email: janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

CUNARD Summer 2020 Itineraries

In summer 2020 the Cunard fleet will travel over 169,000 nautical miles visiting incredible places across Europe and around the World. The most famous Ocean Liners in the world call at 110 destinations in 34 different countries, including 14 overnight stays, 19 late evening departures, 19 Transatlantic crossings, 32 round trip Southampton cruises and 8 new maiden calls for our current fleet. Each voyage, whether it’s a 2 night short break or a 40 night Grand Voyage aims to to ensure guests feel inspired, feel special and feel free.

Cruise Code Embarkation Port Embarkation Date Itinerary
V010A Southampton 28/03/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Southampton, England, UK
V011 Hamburg 30/03/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Southampton, England, UK
V011A Hamburg 30/03/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Southampton, England, UK – Funchal, Madeira, Portugal – La Palma, Spain – Gran Canaria, Spain – Lanzarote, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, England, UK
V012 Southampton 04/04/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Funchal, Madeira, Portugal – La Palma, Spain – Gran Canaria, Spain – Lanzarote, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, England, UK
V013 Southampton 16/04/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Granada (tours from Malaga), Spain – Gibraltar – Lisbon, Portugal – Porto (tours from Leixoes), Portugal – Southampton, England, UK
V014 Southampton 26/04/2020 Southampton, England, UK – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Cherbourg, France – Southampton, England, UK
V015 Southampton 03/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Haugesund, Norway – Olden, Norway – Bodo, Norway – Narvik, Norway – Trondheim, Norway – Andalsnes, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
V016 Southampton 15/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Bornholm, Denmark – Gdansk (tours from Gdynia), Poland – Klaipeda, Lithuania – St Petersburg, Russia – St Petersburg, Russia – Riga, Latvia – Warnemunde, Germany – Copenhagen, Denmark – Gothenburg, Sweden – Southampton, England, UK
V017 Southampton 31/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Stavanger, Norway – Nordfjordeid, Norway – Geiranger, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
V018 Southampton 07/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Cork (tours from Ringaskiddy), Ireland – Dublin, Ireland – Stornoway, Scotland, UK – Glasgow (tours from Greenock), Scotland, UK – Belfast, NI, UK – Liverpool, England, UK – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton, England, UK
V019 Southampton 19/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Lerwick, Scotland, UK – Akureyri, Iceland – Isafjordur, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Torshavn, Faroe Islands – Kirkwall, Scotland, UK – Southampton, England, UK
V020 Southampton 03/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Stavanger, Norway – Flaam, Norway – Alesund, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
V021 Southampton 10/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Bornholm, Denmark – Tallinn, Estonia – St Petersburg, Russia – St Petersburg, Russia – Helsinki, Finland – Stockholm, Sweden – Warnemunde, Germany – Southampton, England, UK
V022 Southampton 24/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Edinburgh (tours from Newhaven), Scotland, UK – Reykjavik, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Isafjordur, Iceland – Akureyri, Iceland – Torshavn, Faroe Islands – Inverness (tours from Invergordon), Scotland, UK – Southampton, England, UK
V023 Southampton 07/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Stavanger, Norway – Olden, Norway – Leknes, Lofoten Islands, Norway – Bodo, Norway – Alesund, Norway – Skjolden, Norway – Haugesund, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
V024 Southampton 19/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Amsterdam (tours from Rotterdam), Netherlands – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Southampton, England, UK
V025 Southampton 23/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany – Copenhagen, Denmark – Visby, Sweden – Tallinn, Estonia – St Petersburg, Russia – St Petersburg, Russia – Kiel, Germany – Skagen, Denmark – Southampton, England, UK
V025A Southampton 23/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
V025B Hamburg 25/08/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Copenhagen, Denmark – Visby, Sweden – Tallinn, Estonia – St Petersburg, Russia – St Petersburg, Russia – Kiel, Germany
V025C Kiel 03/09/2020 Kiel, Germany – Skagen, Denmark – Southampton, England, UK
V025D Kiel 03/09/2020 Kiel, Germany – Skagen, Denmark – Southampton, England, UK – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Barcelona, Spain – Barcelona, Spain – Monte Carlo, Monaco – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy – Ajaccio, Corsica, France – Gibraltar – Southampton, England, UK
V026 Southampton 06/09/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Barcelona, Spain – Barcelona, Spain – Monte Carlo, Monaco – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia), Italy – Ajaccio, Corsica, France – Gibraltar – Southampton, England, UK
V027 Southampton 20/09/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Kotor, Montenegro – Dubrovnik, Croatia – Split, Croatia – Venice, Italy – Transit Messina Strait, Italy (Cruise-by) – Propriano, Corsica, France – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, England, UK
V028 Southampton 09/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Alesund, Norway – Tromso, Norway – Narvik, Norway – Stavanger, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
V029 Southampton 21/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Funchal, Madeira, Portugal – La Palma, Spain – Tenerife, Spain – Gran Canaria, Spain – Lanzarote, Spain – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, England, UK
V030 Southampton 04/11/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Alesund, Norway – Tromso, Norway – Narvik, Norway – Stavanger, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
V031 Southampton 16/11/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Lisbon, Portugal – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Valencia, Spain – Cartagena, Spain – Granada (tours from Malaga), Spain – Gibraltar – Southampton, England, UK
V032 Southampton 28/11/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Funchal, Madeira, Portugal – La Palma, Spain – Tenerife, Spain – Lanzarote, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, England, UK
V033 Southampton 10/12/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Southampton, England, UK
V034 Southampton 13/12/2020 Southampton, England, UK – La Coruna, Spain – Seville (tours from Cadiz), Spain – Granada (tours from Malaga), Spain – Gibraltar – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, England, UK

Cruise Code Embarkation Port Embarkation Date Itinerary
Q027 Vancouver 09/09/2020 Vancouver, BC, Canada – Juneau, AK, USA – Skagway, AK, USA – Hubbard Glacier, AK, USA (Cruise-by) – Anchorage, AK, USA – Seward, AK, USA – Kushiro, Japan – Aomori, Japan – Hakodate, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q027A Vancouver 09/09/2020 Vancouver, BC, Canada – Juneau, AK, USA – Skagway, AK, USA – Hubbard Glacier, AK, USA (Cruise-by) – Anchorage, AK, USA – Seward, AK, USA – Kushiro, Japan – Aomori, Japan – Hakodate, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Akita, Japan – Kanazawa, Japan – Sakaiminato, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q028 Tokyo 28/09/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Akita, Japan – Kanazawa, Japan – Sakaiminato, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q028A Tokyo 28/09/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Akita, Japan – Kanazawa, Japan – Sakaiminato, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Kushiro, Japan – Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (tours from Korsakov), Russia – Otaru, Japan – Aomori, Japan – Hakodate, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q029 Tokyo 07/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kushiro, Japan – Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (tours from Korsakov), Russia – Otaru, Japan – Aomori, Japan – Hakodate, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q029A Tokyo 07/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kushiro, Japan – Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (tours from Korsakov), Russia – Otaru, Japan – Aomori, Japan – Hakodate, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q030 Tokyo 16/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan
Q030A Tokyo 16/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China
Q030B Tokyo 16/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore
Q030C Tokyo 16/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Q030D Tokyo 16/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q030E Tokyo 16/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Kobe, Japan – Kochi, Japan – Busan, South Korea – Nagasaki, Japan – Kagoshima, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q031 Tokyo 25/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China
Q031A Tokyo 25/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore
Q031B Tokyo 25/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Q031C Tokyo 25/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q031D Tokyo 25/10/2020 Tokyo, Japan – Okinawa, Japan – Ishigaki, Japan – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q032 Hong Kong 01/11/2020 Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore
Q032A Hong Kong 01/11/2020 Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Q032B Hong Kong 01/11/2020 Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q032C Hong Kong 01/11/2020 Hong Kong, China – Hue or Da Nang (tours from Chan May), Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City (tours from Phu My), Vietnam – Singapore – Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q033 Singapore 08/11/2020 Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q033A Singapore 08/11/2020 Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Q033B Singapore 08/11/2020 Singapore – Jakarta, Indonesia – Bali, Indonesia – Darwin, NT, Australia – Whitsunday Island (tours from Airlie Beach), QLD, Australia – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q033C Brisbane 21/11/2020 Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Q033D Brisbane 21/11/2020 Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Q034 Sydney 23/11/2020 Sydney, NSW, Australia – Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Cruise Code Embarkation Port Embarkation Date Itinerary
M010A Southampton 18/04/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M011 New York 25/04/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M011A New York 25/04/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M011B Southampton 02/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M011C Southampton 02/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK
M012 Hamburg 04/05/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M012A Hamburg 04/05/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK
M012B Southampton 06/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M012C Southampton 06/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M013 New York 13/05/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M013A New York 13/05/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M014 Southampton 20/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton, England, UK
M015 Southampton 24/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M015A Southampton 24/05/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M016 New York 31/05/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M016A New York 31/05/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M017 Southampton 07/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M017A Southampton 07/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M018 New York 14/06/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M018A New York 14/06/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Paris (tours from Le Havre), France – New York, NY, USA
M019 Southampton 21/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Paris (tours from Le Havre), France – New York, NY, USA
M019B Southampton 21/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Paris (tours from Le Havre), France – New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Portland, ME, USA – Boston, MA, USA – New York, NY, USA
M019C Southampton 21/06/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Paris (tours from Le Havre), France – New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Portland, ME, USA – Boston, MA, USA – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M019D Le Havre 22/06/2020 Paris (tours from Le Havre), France – New York, NY, USA
M019E Le Havre 22/06/2020 Paris (tours from Le Havre), France – New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Portland, ME, USA – Boston, MA, USA – New York, NY, USA
M020 New York 29/06/2020 New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Portland, ME, USA – Boston, MA, USA – New York, NY, USA
M020A New York 29/06/2020 New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Portland, ME, USA – Boston, MA, USA – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M020B New York 29/06/2020 New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Portland, ME, USA – Boston, MA, USA – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M021 New York 06/07/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M021A New York 06/07/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M021B New York 06/07/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany – Alesund, Norway – Olden, Norway – Flaam, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M021C Southampton 13/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M021D Southampton 13/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany – Alesund, Norway – Olden, Norway – Flaam, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK
M022 Hamburg 15/07/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Alesund, Norway – Olden, Norway – Flaam, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Hamburg, Germany
M023 Hamburg 22/07/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M023A Hamburg 22/07/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK
M023B Hamburg 22/07/2020 Hamburg, Germany – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Corner Brook, NL, Canada – Reykjavik, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Oban, Scotland, UK – Glasgow (tours from Greenock), Scotland, UK – Southampton, England, UK
M023C Southampton 24/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M023D Southampton 24/07/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Corner Brook, NL, Canada – Reykjavik, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Oban, Scotland, UK – Glasgow (tours from Greenock), Scotland, UK – Southampton, England, UK
M024 New York 31/07/2020 New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Corner Brook, NL, Canada – Reykjavik, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Oban, Scotland, UK – Glasgow (tours from Greenock), Scotland, UK – Southampton, England, UK
M024A New York 31/07/2020 New York, NY, USA – Halifax, NS, Canada – Corner Brook, NL, Canada – Reykjavik, Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland – Oban, Scotland, UK – Glasgow (tours from Greenock), Scotland, UK – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M025 Southampton 14/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M025A Southampton 14/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M026 New York 21/08/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M026A New York 21/08/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Stavanger, Norway – Flaam, Norway – Alesund, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M027 Southampton 28/08/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Stavanger, Norway – Flaam, Norway – Alesund, Norway – Bergen, Norway – Southampton, England, UK
M028 Southampton 04/09/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M028A Southampton 04/09/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada
M028B Southampton 04/09/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA
M028C Southampton 04/09/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M029 New York 11/09/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada
M029A New York 11/09/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA
M029B New York 11/09/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M030 Quebec 18/09/2020 CONCATENATE(“Quebec, QC, Canada – “,”Quebec, QC, Canada – “,”Saguenay, QC, Canada – “,”Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – “,”Halifax, NS, Canada – “,”New York, NY, USA”)
M030A Quebec 18/09/2020 Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M031 New York 25/09/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M031A New York 25/09/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M032 Southampton 02/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M032A Southampton 02/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada
M032B Southampton 02/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA
M032C Southampton 02/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M032D Southampton 02/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M033 New York 09/10/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada
M033A New York 09/10/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA
M033B New York 09/10/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M033C New York 09/10/2020 New York, NY, USA – Newport, RI, USA – Boston, MA, USA – Sydney, NS, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M034 Quebec 16/10/2020 Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA
M034A Quebec 16/10/2020 Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M034B Quebec 16/10/2020 Quebec, QC, Canada – Quebec, QC, Canada – Saguenay, QC, Canada – Sept-Iles, QC, Canada – Halifax, NS, Canada – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M035 New York 23/10/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M035A New York 23/10/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M035B Southampton 30/10/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Hamburg, Germany
M038 Southampton 28/11/2020 Southampton, England, UK – Bruges or Brussels (tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium – Southampton, England, UK
M039 Southampton 01/12/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA
M039A Southampton 01/12/2020 Southampton, England, UK – New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK
M040 New York 08/12/2020 New York, NY, USA – Southampton, England, UK

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Peninsular Club cruises further 5% discount.

 

Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
G003 Thur 14 May 20 Norway Fjord 9 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G004 Sat 23 May 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G005 Sat 30 May 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G006 Sat 06 Jun 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G007 Sat 13 Jun 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G008 Sat 20 Jun 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G009 Sat 27 Jun 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G010 Sat 04 Jul 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G011 Sat 11 Jul 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G012 Sat 18 Jul 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G013 Sat 25 Jul 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G014 Sat 01 Aug 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G015 Sat 08 Aug 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G016 Sat 15 Aug 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G017 Sat 22 Aug 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G018 Sat 29 Aug 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G019 Sat 05 Sep 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Hellesylt (tour drop-off) – Geiranger – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Cruise in Storfjorden – Bergen – Southampton
G020 Sat 12 Sep 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Bergen – Southampton
G021 Sat 19 Sep 20 Norway Fjord 7 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Ålesund – Bergen – Southampton

 


Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
B008 Fri 10 Apr 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – Bruges (tours from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
B009 Sun 12 Apr 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Cherbourg – La Coruña – Bilbao – St Peter Port, Guernsey  – Southampton
B010 Sun 19 Apr 20 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Rotterdam (tours to Amsterdam) (overnight) – Bruges (tours from Zeebrugge) – Cherbourg – Southampton
B011 Sun 26 Apr 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 13 Southampton – La Coruña – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Gibraltar – Valencia – Cartagena – Lisbon – Southampton
B012 Sat 09 May 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B013 Sat 23 May 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B014 Sat 06 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B015 Sat 20 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B016 Sat 04 Jul 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B017 Sat 18 Jul 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Malaga – Ajaccio, Corsica – Cannes – Barcelona – Mallorca – Gibraltar – Southampton
B018 Sat 01 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Malaga – Ajaccio, Corsica – Cannes – Barcelona – Mallorca – Gibraltar – Southampton
B019 Sat 15 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Malaga – Ajaccio, Corsica – Cannes – Barcelona – Mallorca – Gibraltar – Southampton
B020 Sat 29 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B021 Sat 12 Sep 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Gibraltar – Southampton
B022 Sat 26 Sep 20 Western Mediterranean 13 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Cannes – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Cartagena – Gibraltar – Southampton

 


Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
A007 Fri 03 Apr 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 14 Southampton – La Coruña – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Gibraltar – Valencia – Cartagena – Lisbon – Southampton
A009 Sun 03 May 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Monte Carlo t – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
A010 Sun 17 May 20 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Southampton
A011 Sun 31 May 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Monte Carlo t – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
A012 Sun 14 Jun 20 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Southampton
A013 Sun 28 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Monte Carlo t – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
A014 Sun 12 Jul 20 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Southampton
A015 Sun 26 Jul 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Monte Carlo t – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
A016 Sun 09 Aug 20 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Southampton
A017 Sun 23 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Monte Carlo t – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
A018 Sun 06 Sep 20 Baltic 14 Southampton – Warnemünde – Helsinki – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Stockholm – Copenhagen – Southampton
A019 Sun 20 Sep 20 Western Mediterranean 14 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Barcelona – Monte Carlo t – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Naples – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
A020 Sun 04 Oct 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 12 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Cartagena – Malaga – Gibraltar – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Southampton


Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
N006 Sat 04 Apr 20 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Gran Canaria – Lanzarote – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
N007 Sat 18 Apr 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N008 Mon 20 Apr 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N009 Sat 02 May 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N010 Sat 09 May 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N011 Mon 11 May 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N012 Sat 23 May 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N013 Sat 30 May 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N014 Mon 01 Jun 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N015 Mon 08 Jun 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N016 Sat 20 Jun 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey  h – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N017 Sat 27 Jun 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N018 Mon 29 Jun 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N019 Sat 11 Jul 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N020 Sat 18 Jul 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N021 Mon 20 Jul 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N022 Sat 01 Aug 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N023 Sat 08 Aug 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – Cherbourg – Southampton
N024 Mon 10 Aug 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N025 Sat 22 Aug 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N026 Sat 29 Aug 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N027 Mon 31 Aug 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N028 Sat 12 Sep 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Lisbon – Vigo – Southampton
N029 Sat 19 Sep 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
N030 Mon 21 Sep 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N031 Sat 03 Oct 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Cherbourg – Southampton
N032 Sat 10 Oct 20 Western Europe Sampler 2 Southampton – Bruges (tours from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
N033 Mon 12 Oct 20 Atlantic Islands 12 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Lanzarote – Lisbon – Southampton
N034 Sat 24 Oct 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Cherbourg – Southampton

 


Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
R005 Sat 04 Apr 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Vigo – Lisbon – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
R006 Sat 11 Apr 20 Atlantic Coast Iberia 13 Southampton – El Ferrol – Porto (tours from Leixoes) – Gibraltar – Valencia – Almeria – Lisbon – Southampton
R007 Fri 24 Apr 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – St Peter Port, Guernsey – El Ferrol – Santander – La Rochelle – Southampton
R008 Fri 01 May 20 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – Ponta Delgada, Azores – Praia da Vitória, Azores – Madeira – La Palma – Gran Canaria – Fuerteventura – Lisbon – Southampton
R009 Sun 17 May 20 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – 3 days at sea – Dubrovnik t – Split – Venice – 2 days at sea – Olbia, Sardinia – Lisbon
R010 Fri 05 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean 18 Southampton – El Ferrol – Gibraltar – Olbia, Sardinia – Santa Margherita h – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Salerno – Mallorca – Almeria – Lisbon – Southampton
R011 Tue 23 Jun 20 Baltic 14 Southampton – Kristiansand – Copenhagen – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Riga – Warnemünde – Southampton
R012 Tue 07 Jul 20 Norway Fjord 12 Southampton – Stavanger – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Leknes, Lofoten Islands h – Tromsø – Trondheim – Åndalsnes t – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Bergen – Southampton
R013 Sun 19 Jul 20 Arctic Circle 21 Southampton – Kirkwall, Orkney Islands – Tórshavn, Faroe Islands – Grundarfjörður h – Reykjavik (overnight) – Isafjördur h – Akureyri t – Cruise in Eyjafjörður – Cruise by Hrísey Island – Honningsvåg t – Sail by North Cape – Alta – Tromsø – Leknes, Lofoten Islands h – Kristiansund – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Southampton
R014 Sun 09 Aug 20 Southern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – La Rochelle – Santander – El Ferrol – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Southampton
R015 Sun 16 Aug 20 Iceland 14 Southampton – Skjolden t – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Cruise in Sognefjord – Ålesund – Akureyri t – Cruise in Eyjafjörður – Cruise by Hrísey Island – Isafjördur – Reykjavik (overnight) – Dublin – Southampton
R016 Sun 30 Aug 20 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Gibraltar – Messina, Sicily – Venice – Zadar – Dubrovnik t – Cagliari, Sardinia – Malaga – Southampton
R017 Fri 18 Sep 20 Canada New England 24 Southampton – St John’s, Newfoundland – Halifax – Charlottetown – Quebec (overnight) – Saguenay – Sept Îles – Gaspé – Corner Brook – Sydney, Nova Scotia – Southampton
R018 Mon 12 Oct 20 Western Mediterranean 18 Southampton – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Valencia – Calvi, Corsica h – Florence/Pisa (tours from La Spezia)  – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Olbia, Sardinia – Ibiza – Gibraltar – Lisbon – Southampton

 


Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
J002 Sun 12 Apr 20 Atlantic Islands 14 Southampton – Madeira – La Palma – Tenerife – Fuerteventura – Lanzarote – Seville (tours from Cádiz) – Lisbon – Southampton
J003 Sun 26 Apr 20 Western Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Lisbon – Alicante – Ajaccio, Corsica – Genoa – Elba h – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Salerno – Mallorca – Valencia – Gibraltar – Southampton
J004 Fri 15 May 20 Atlantic Islands 16 Southampton – El Ferrol – Madeira (overnight) – La Palma – Tenerife – Fuerteventura – Lanzarote – Praia da Rocha (tours from Portimão) h – Southampton
J005 Sun 31 May 20 Baltic 16 Southampton – Gothenburg – Gdańsk (tours from Gdynia) – Klaipėda – Visby – St Petersburg (overnight) – Bornholm h – Warnemünde – Copenhagen – Southampton
J006 Tue 16 Jun 20 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Cartagena – Corfu – Dubrovnik t – Split – Venice – Cagliari, Sardinia – Gibraltar – Southampton
J007 Sun 05 Jul 20 Northern Cruise Break 7 Southampton – Hamburg – Amsterdam (overnight) – Bruges (tours from Zeebrugge) – Southampton
J008 Sun 12 Jul 20 Baltic 16 Southampton – Cruise in Oslofjord – Oslo (overnight) – Gdańsk (tours from Gdynia) – Klaipėda – Riga – St Petersburg (overnight) – Tallinn – Skagen – Southampton
J009 Tue 28 Jul 20 Norway Fjord 12 Southampton – Haugesund – Skjolden t – Cruise in Lustrafjorden – Flåm t – Cruise in Aurlandsfjord – Cruise in Sognefjord – Cruise in Storfjorden – Cruise in Sunnylvsfjorden – Hellesylt – Geiranger t – Cruise in Geirangerfjord – Åndalsnes t – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Olden – Cruise in Innvikfjorden – Cruise in Nordfjord – Stavanger – Southampton
J010 Sun 09 Aug 20 British Isles 12 Southampton – Cork (tours from Cobh) – Stornoway h – Kirkwall, Orkney Islands – Invergordon – Glasgow (tours from Greenock) – Dublin – St Peter Port, Guernsey  h – Southampton
J011 Fri 21 Aug 20 Baltic 16 Southampton – Skagen – Copenhagen – Gdańsk (tours from Gdynia) – Visby – St Petersburg – Klaipėda (overnight) – Oslo – Cruise in Oslofjord – Kristiansand – Southampton
J012 Sun 06 Sep 20 Canada New England 30 Southampton – St John’s, Newfoundland – Corner Brook – Îles de la Madeleine h – Halifax – Boston (overnight) – Newport, Rhode Island h – New York (overnight) – Portland, Maine – Bar Harbor h – Saint John, New Brunswick – Sydney, Nova Scotia t – Southampton
J013 Tue 06 Oct 20 Northern Lights 12 Southampton – Åndalsnes t – Cruise in Romsdalsfjord – Tromsø – Narvik – Stavanger – Southampton
J014 Sun 18 Oct 20 Central Mediterranean 19 Southampton – Malaga – Messina, Sicily – Rhodes – Heraklion, Crete – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Gythion h – Gibraltar – Southampton

 


Cruise Code Embark Date Destination Nts Itinerary
E008B Tue 17 Mar 20 Arabian Gulf 23 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai  – Sir Bani Yas Island h   – Muscat  – Salalah  – Transit Suez Canal  – Limassol  – Haifa (for Galilee, Nazareth or Jerusalem)  – Valletta  – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos – Valletta – Fly to UK
E008C Wed 18 Mar 20 Arabian Gulf 22 Fly UK to Dubai – Dubai  – Sir Bani Yas Island h   – Muscat  – Salalah  – Transit Suez Canal  – Limassol  – Haifa (for Galilee, Nazareth or Jerusalem)  – Valletta  – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos – Valletta – Fly to UK
E009 Thu 02 Apr 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Monte Carlo t – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
E009A Thu 02 Apr 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E009B Thu 09 Apr 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Monte Carlo t – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
E009C Thu 09 Apr 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Monte Carlo t – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E010 Thu 16 Apr 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Nafplio h – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Cephalonia t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E010A Thu 16 Apr 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E010B Thu 23 Apr 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Nafplio h – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Cephalonia t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E010C Thu 23 Apr 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Nafplio h – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Cephalonia t – Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
E011 Thu 30 Apr 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Hvar h – Venice – Zadar – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E011A Thu 30 Apr 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
E011B Thu 07 May 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Hvar h – Venice – Zadar – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E011C Thu 07 May 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Hvar h – Venice – Zadar – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Mykonos t – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E012 Thu 14 May 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Mykonos t – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion h – Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
E012A Thu 14 May 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Mykonos t – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E012B Thu 21 May 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
E012C Thu 21 May 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Rijeka – Hvar h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E013 Thu 28 May 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Rijeka – Hvar h – Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E013A Thu 28 May 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Rijeka – Hvar h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E013B Thu 04 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E013C Thu 04 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Santorini h – Heraklion, Crete – Rhodes – Valletta – Fly to UK
E014 Thu 11 Jun 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Santorini h – Heraklion, Crete – Rhodes – Valletta – Dubrovnik t – Rovinj h – Venice – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
E014A Thu 11 Jun 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Santorini h – Heraklion, Crete – Rhodes – Valletta – Fly to UK
E014B Thu 18 Jun 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik t – Rovinj h – Venice – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
E014C Thu 18 Jun 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik t – Rovinj h – Venice – Split – Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E015 Thu 25 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E015A Thu 25 Jun 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E015B Thu 02 Jul 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E015C Thu 02 Jul 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E016 Thu 09 Jul 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Monte Carlo t – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
E016A Thu 09 Jul 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E016B Thu 16 Jul 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Monte Carlo t – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Fly to UK
E016C Thu 16 Jul 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Monte Carlo t – Ajaccio, Corsica – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Nafplio h – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Cephalonia t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E017 Thu 23 Jul 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Nafplio h – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Cephalonia t – Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Šibenik h – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E017A Thu 23 Jul 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Nafplio h – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Cephalonia t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E017B Thu 30 Jul 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Šibenik h – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E017C Thu 30 Jul 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Šibenik h – Dubrovnik t – Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
E018 Thu 06 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Mykonos t – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E018A Thu 06 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Olbia, Sardinia – Villefranche h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Valletta – Fly to UK
E018B Thu 13 Aug 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Mykonos t – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E018C Thu 13 Aug 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Mykonos t – Heraklion, Crete – Gythion h – Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Rijeka – Hvar h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E019 Thu 20 Aug 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Rijeka – Hvar h – Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E019A Thu 20 Aug 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Rijeka – Hvar h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E019B Thu 27 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E019C Thu 27 Aug 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Santorini h – Heraklion, Crete – Rhodes – Valletta – Fly to UK
E020 Thu 03 Sep 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Santorini h – Heraklion, Crete – Rhodes – Valletta – Dubrovnik t – Rovinj h – Venice – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
E020A Thu 03 Sep 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Santorini h – Heraklion, Crete – Rhodes – Valletta – Fly to UK
E020B Thu 10 Sep 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik t – Rovinj h – Venice – Split – Valletta – Fly to UK
E020C Thu 10 Sep 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Dubrovnik t – Rovinj h – Venice – Split – Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E021 Thu 17 Sep 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E021A Thu 17 Sep 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Rome (tours from Civitavecchia) – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E021B Thu 24 Sep 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Fly to UK
E021C Thu 24 Sep 20 Eastern Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Athens (tours from Piraeus) – Chania (tours from Souda Bay), Crete – Olympia (tours from Katakolon) – Zakynthos h – Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E022 Thu 01 Oct 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 14 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK
E022A Thu 01 Oct 20 Central Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Zadar – Venice – Split – Kotor t – Valletta – Fly to UK
E022B Thu 08 Oct 20 Western Mediterranean (Med Fly) 7 Fly UK to Valletta – Cannes h – Florence/Pisa (tours from Livorno) – Olbia, Sardinia – Naples – Valletta – Fly to UK

PRE REGISTER NOW Call Jane or Lizy on 02476 742135 to pre register for your chosen cruise, or email janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk

IONA ON SALE TO Caribbean, Baltic & Ligurian Peninsular Club Members Monday 10th September 2018.

IONA on general sale Wednesday 12th September 2018.

REMAINING P&O FLEET ON SALE DATES:

On sale to Caribbean, Baltic & Ligurian Peninsular Club Members Monday 17th September 2018.

On general sale for departures April 2020 to July 2020 Wednesday 19th September 2018.

On general sale for departures August to October 2020 Thursday 20th September 2018.

Call Jane or Lizy on 02476 742135 or Email: janechadwick@gocruise.co.uk