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DISNEY CRUISE LINE
FRED. OLSEN CRUISES
CRUISE & MARITIME VOYAGES
a selection of UK airports; return airport to ship transfers; all meals as per itinerary with local wines, beer and soft drinks with dinner included on all cruises; a full range of daily small group sightseeing excursions; tipping and port charges.
Fleet: MS AmaDolce; MS AmaLyra; MS AmaDante; MS AmaCello; MS AmaLegro; MS AmaDagio; MS Sound of Music; MS Swiss Pearl; MS AmaKatarina; Moon Goddess; MS La Marguerite; MS AmaLotus.
0845 604 0792 www.aptgroup.travel
ith APT there are no hidden extras, with all cruises fully inclusive of return flights from
Disney, with spacious accommodation, original entertainment and unforgettable dining. Disney Cruise Lines provides imaginative areas and activities for children, family spaces, as well as an adult-only pool, spa and fine-dining.
Fleet: Disney Magic and Disney Wonder (2700 pax); Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy launching Spring 2012 (4000 pax).
ruises for all the family, delivered with the imagination and creativity you'd expect from
he four ships that make up the Fred. Olsen fleet are in the medium size range, with the
largest carrying just 1,350 passengers. The friendly, relaxed atmosphere on board gives a British country house feel where passengers are known by name. Cruises depart from six UK ports year- round to destinations worldwide, varying from two-night mini-cruises, to round the world trips.
Fleet: Black Watch, Braemar, Boudicca, Balmoral.
classic-style Marco Polo and Ocean Countess. The Company offers 64 cruises in 2012, departing from six UK ports with no flying involved.
ruise & Maritime Voyages operate traditional cruises of distinction on board the
Fleet: Elegant and traditional style cruise vessels - 800 passenger ship Marco Polo (adults only) and 800 passenger ship Ocean Countess.
0800 028 3179 www.disneytravelagents.co.uk
01473 742424 www.fredolsencruises.co.uk
0845 430 0274 www.cruiseandmaritime.com
NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE
valon Waterways offers the most modern fleet of ships on Europe’s rivers, providing
the highest level of service, luxury and comfort. As well as the largest staterooms in Europe, most with panoramic windows. Avalon boasts attentive service, fine dining and carefully-planned itineraries with included excursions. Gratuities are included in the price as well as free door-to-door home pickup.
Fleet: Avalon Visionary, Avalon Vista, Avalon Panorama, Avalon Luminary, Avalon Felicity, Avalon Affinity, Avalon Creativity, Avalon Scenery, Avalon Tranquility, Avalon Imagery, Avalon Tapestry
0800 668 1865 www.avaloncruises.co.uk
holiday experience with added flexibility. The unrivalled dining (more than 20 dining options on one ship), accommodation and entertainment means there is something for everyone, resulting in a unique and exciting cruise experience.
Fleet: Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Jade, Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Pearl, Norwegian Sky, Norwegian Spirit, Norwegian Star, Norwegian Sun and Pride of America.
0845 201 8900 www.ncl.co.uk/agent
orwegian Cruise Line, with its Freestyle Cruising concept, gives guests a resort-style
rincess Cruises operates 17 modern ships renowned for their American-style
luxury, innovative features like Movies under the Stars and a wide array of choices in dining, entertainment and amenities, all with exceptional customer service. Princess offers its passengers the chance to visit more than 350 destinations.
Fleet: A fleet of 17 leading-edge ships from the 3,110-passenger Ruby Princess to the 670-passen- ger Tahitian Princess, offering a wealth of 5-star facilities including adult-only retreat The Sanctuary, flexible dining options and much more.
0845 3555 800 www.princess.com
oyal Caribbean International is an innovative cruise line offering fun, friendly, action-packed
cruising worldwide. Royal Caribbean International has the largest, youngest and most exciting fleet of ships in the world, featuring amazing onboard ice- skating, 200ft above sea level rock walls and surf simulators (FlowRiders) onboard the Freedom and Oasis Class ships.
Fleet: There are now 22 ships in the fleet including Allure of the Seas.
0844 493 2061 www.royalcaribbean.co.uk
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