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PRICES FROM £1495


No-Fly Cruise & Maritime Voyages


MAGELLAN ZZZ PLUS & COLUMBUS ZZZ PLUS RANGE OF DURATIONS & DATES


Both Ships 3Show lounge 3Captain’s Club 3Sun terrace 3Nightclub 3Casino 3Bistro 3Library 3Wellness centre 3Beauty salon 3Mall & galleria shops


The Magellan 312 decks 3726 cabins 3Outdoor lido 38 lifts 32 restaurants 32 bars 3Card/bridge room


The Columbus 313 decks 3775 cabins 32 outdoor heated pools 39 lifts 34 restaurants 36 bars 3Coffee/tea shop 3Arts & crafts studio 3Gym 3Outdoor movies


*Charge payable locally


Cabins There is a wide range to choose from: please call to discuss


Partnering with Cruise & Maritime Voyages allows us to offer a range of no-fly cruises from the UK on Magellan, and the opportunity to join the Columbus on any of its round-the-world segments (including flights to your point of embarkation).


Both ships set aside 150 twin cabins for sole occupancy at a modest supplement that we include in our prices, so when we quote for your cruise you know exactly what you are paying for.


CMV provides excellent support for single travellers, including a welcome cocktail party and get-togethers, while sharing tables makes for sociable dining with other travellers. With this singles-friendly approach, we have decided to offer all Magellan and Columbus itineraries and departure dates, confident you will find other single travellers to mix with, and that the ships’ own Hosts will take good care of you!


About Cruise & Maritime Voyages CMV operates smaller, intimate ships and takes a traditional approach to cruising.


Tilbury in Essex is CMV’s home port and most cruises depart from, and return to Tilbury. Cruises to Scandinavia, the Baltics and in summer around the British coast may have additional boarding points, such as Newcastle, Liverpool, Dundee and Dublin.


CMV’s traditional approach and home- from-home atmosphere are great for single travellers. Whether you opt for a great- value inner cabin or upgrade to an outer cabin with an ocean view, you’ll find comfort and good facilities. All meals are included on all cruises, with tea and coffee all day, breakfasts, lunches and evening meals to satisfy the heartiest appetite.


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Both ships offer lots to do: deck games, quizzes, gym workouts and dance classes by day, and by night, great cabarets, dancing and concerts in venues from the theatre-style show lounge to intimate lounges. At each port of call you have the option to explore independently, no doubt partnering with a couple of other single travellers, or you can buy into a range of shore excursions – it’s up to you.


Friendship Travel can provide advice and information about all CMV itineraries


Below we have selected a number of cruises which we feel would be ideal for our clients all departing from Tilbury in the UK.


21 December 2017 – 15 nights Christmas & New Year Cruise on Columbus to the Canaries & Madeira Prices from £1,675


05 January 2018 – 121 nights World Cruise on Columbus Prices from £10,995


05 January 2018 – 75 nights UK to Hong Kong Cruise on Columbus Prices from £7,095


30 October 2017 – 14 nights Land of the Northern Lights Cruise on Magellan Prices from £1,795


17 December 2017 – 21 nights Christmas & New Year Cruise on Magellan to Cape Verde Prices from £2,475


18 February 2018 – 14 nights Land of the Northern Lights Cruise on Magellan Prices from £1,495


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