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Departing from Hull Marco Polo


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Weekend Mini Cruise From £59pp


Grand British Isles Discovery Save up to 25% From £1249pp


Departs: Saturday, 16th June 2018 (P809), 1 night Transfer by coach from Hull to Harwich £30pp. Harwich - Hull.


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Discover our rich island heritage Departs: Sunday, 17th June 2018 (P810), 12 nights


Beautiful landscapes, rich heritage, ancient traditions and interesting cultures are the treasures waiting to be discovered on this circumnavigation of the British Isles. It’s a wonderful opportunity to step ashore on our more remote islands, visit far-flung towns and villages and uncover tales of fascinating folklore. The Emerald Isle and charming Honfleur add something special to what promises to be a memorable cruise.


Departs: Friday, 27th July 2018 (P814), 1 night Hull - Harwich.


Transfer by coach from Harwich to Hull £30pp.


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Fjordland Splendour Save up to 5% From £1069pp


Saver Fare £79


Hull - Invergordon (Scotland) - Kirkwall (Orkney Islands) - Stornoway (Isle of Lewis)h - Tobermory (Isle of Mull)h - Dublin (Ireland) - Cobh for Cork (Ireland) - St Mary’s (Isles of Scilly)h - St Peter Port (Guernsey)h - Honfleur (France) - Hull.


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Baltic Cities & St Petersburg Save up to 25% From £1249pp


Discover the beauty of Norway’s fjords Departs: Friday, 29th June 2018 (P811), 8 nights


From the rail of Marco Polo enjoy the kaleidoscope of awe-inspiring fjordland scenery where green hills, cascading waterfalls, majestic mountains and blue glaciers are truly spectacular. Visits to picturesque towns and idyllic fjord villages promise a host of new and exciting experiences. And with its colourful Hanseatic waterfront and spectacular Mount Fløyen funicular, Bergen is the perfect end to your cruise.


Hull - Eidfjord - cruising Hardangerfjord - Flåm - cruising Sognefjord - Olden - cruising Nordfjord - Åndalsnes - Bergen - Hull.


Explore the best of the Baltic Departs: Saturday, 7th July 2018 (P812), 12 nights


With visits to five fantastic cities including an overnight stay in St Petersburg, this cruise brings you the best of the ever-popular Baltic. In just one voyage you can visit world-famous museums and art galleries, ornate churches and opulent palaces, stroll through beautiful parks and take in wonderful performances of the traditional arts. Enjoy the amazing kaleidoscope of history, heritage, colour and culture.


Hull - Warnemünde for Berlin (Germany) - Tallinn (Estonia) - St Petersburg (overnight, Russia) - Helsinki (Finland) - Stockholm (Sweden) - transit Kiel Canal - Hull.


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