The 800-passenger cruise ship, Marco Polo, which is operated base British-based cruise line, Cruise & Maritime Voyages, will set sail on a 70-night Grand Circle South America Voyage in 2019.
The voyage departs Bristol, Avonmouth on 06 January 2019 and returns on 17 March 2019. The voyage includes no less than 24 ports of call, five of which are overnight stays.
Princess Cruises is launching a one-day only promotion for UK cruisers, allowing them to secure their next cruise for just £1!
The promotion applies to any cruise with Princess Cruises departing on or after 01 December 2017. The full payment for cruise bookings is not due until 90 days before departure. Some cruise bookings also offer on board spending money of up to $350 per stateroom.
The newest and largest cruise ship in the Princess Cruises fleet, Majestic Princess, made its maiden call to Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore on 18 June 2017.
The ship arrived in Singapore, completing a 28-night cruise with started in Rome on 21 May 2017.
Princess Cruises’ newest cruise ship, Majestic Princess is to be based in Australia from September 2018 and will no longer be sailing from China year-round as previously announced by Princess Cruises.
Majestic Princess is the first cruise ship which Princess Cruises have specifically designed from the Chinese cruise market. The 3,560-passenger ship is the third in the cruise line’s Royal-Class of ships and sister to Royal Princess and Regal Princess.
Royal Caribbean International has officially announced the name of its fourth Oasis-class cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas, following months of speculations.
Symphony of the Seas is due to launch in April 2018 and Royal Caribbean have announced cruise itineraries for the new ship, which are now available to book.
Thomson Cruise has announced its summer 2018 cruise programme, unveiling that TUI Discovery will be based in the United Kingdom for the first time.
The 69,130 gross tonne cruise ship will homeport from Newcastle in May 2018. The ship will offer cruises to the Norwegian Fjords and Baltic, including overnight stays in St Petersburg.
The 800-passenger cruise ship Marco Polo, operated by the British based cruise line Cruise & Maritime Voyages, is to offer cruises from Harwich in 2018.
Marco Polo will offer a total of four cruises from Harwich, ranging in duration from a one-night cruise to a 21-night cruise.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has announced the 2018/2019 cruise itineraries for its fleet of four small, more intimate ships, Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch. The ships will visit no fewer than 228 destinations in 73 countries.
The ships will offer cruises from a range of departure ports in the United Kingdom, including Southampton, Dover, Liverpool, Newcastle and Edinburgh (Rosyth) but will not cruise from Harwich or Greenock unlike previous years.
Windstar Cruise has announced that it will offer cruises to Alaska in 2018 aboard its small cruise ship, Star Legend.
The 212-passenger Star Legend will offer a total of eight cruises and three different cruise itineraries between May and August 2018. Cruises range in length from 11 to 14-nights and will include visits to Tracy Arm and Misty Fjords.
The Majestic Line has announced an exciting new short cruise to its new custom designed small cruise ship, Glen Etive, which launched in April 2016.
The new three-night cruise has been added to the cruise line’s cruise calendar, following many previous guests suggesting a short cruise on the new vessel. The short cruise will depart Oban on 22 April 2017 and will cruise Loch Linnhe, Glencoe, the Sound of Mull, Tobermory and Loch Sunart, whilst taking in the breathtaking scenery and wildlife.