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On Board STAYING ON


Ever fancied extending your cruise to include a land-based holiday? A wilderness safari perhaps? Or a drive across America after arriving by sea in New York City? Or maybe you’re tempted to hop on to Canada’s Rocky Mountaineer (pictured), after your Alaska cruise? After all, if you’ve gone all that way, you may as well make the most of it. It seems more and more of you are opting to do just that, which is why “Cruise & Stay” is one of the highlighted themes at this year’s Daily Telegraph Cruise Show, which takes place at London’s Olympia on 24 & 25 March, 2012. Most cruise lines will be exhibiting, and there will also be special guests – including Carnival’s famous blogger and cruise director John Heald (pictured left).


›› Visit www.cruisingshow.com or call 0871 620 4024 and quote “Cruise International” to claim your discounted tickets


CRUISING INTO HISTORY It’s all about seafaring history this year, with a number of cruise lines including Cruise and Maritime Voyages offering an historic cruise commemorating the 100th anniversary of the RMS Titanic’s ill-fated maiden voyage. The cruise aboard the classic ocean liner Marco Polo will depart Tilbury on 10 April on an eight-day voyage calling in at Titanic’s fi rst (and last) ports of call including Cherbourg, Cobh, Belfast and Liverpool.


The cruise will also pay homage at the fi nal resting place of RMS Lusitania, which was torpedoed off the coast of Ireland on 7 May, 1915. ›› www.cruiseandmaritime.com


Music at Sea 12 | APRIL/MAY 2012


AND THE WINNER IS...


Oceania Cruises has scored quite a coup to mark the launch of its eagerly-anticipated new ship, Riviera. T e line has teamed up with Royal T eatrical Productions to feature the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber on the 1,250-guest ship, which makes her debut in May.


A 10-member cast of singers and dancers will perform music from many of Lloyd Webber’s best-known shows, including Cats, Phantom of the Opera and its sequel Love Never Dies, Joseph and the Amazing


Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Jesus Christ Superstar. ›› www.oceaniacruises.com or 0845 505 1920.


The winner of the Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ competition to win a seven-night France and Spain cruise which ran online on cruise- international.com in Jan/ Feb is James Logan, from London – well done James! ›› Turn to page 86 for a chance to win a wonderful £3,000 cruise with Carnival


CRUISE-INTERNATIONAL.COM


PHOTOS: ISTOCK/FRED. OLSEN CRUISE LINES/CRUISE & MARITME VOYAGES/ROCKY MOUNTAINEER/CARNIVAL


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