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At CMV, we aim to offer a more traditional and leisurely ‘country house’ style of cruising and maritime experience aboard our classic-style cruise ships – Columbus, Magellan, Marco Polo, Astor and Astoria, where the emphasis is very much on providing attentive service within a friendly ‘home from home’ atmosphere. These small to mid-size ships are accessible to more ports of call than the larger resort ships, enabling us to offer some truly innovative itineraries.


Cruise & Maritime Voyages is the UK’s leading independent cruise line dedicated to providing high levels of customer service. Our friendly and experienced Reservations Team is here to assist you, or your travel agent, with any information you need prior to booking. The start of your cruise holiday should be a stress-free experience too, that allows you to step on board ready to be pampered and waited on. After check-in formalities, you will soon be making your way along the gangway and welcomed aboard by a steward who will personally show you to your cabin.


Your comfort is a priority for the staff of our Hotel and Housekeeping Departments and we are proud that our crew consistently earn praise for their roles in ensuring that our guests leave the ship with a feeling of having been really well looked after. Sterling is the on board currency on board Columbus, Magellan, Marco Polo and Astoria, so there’s no need to worry about currency exchange.


Cruising for Adults Only


Marco Polo and Astoria operate as ‘child free’ ships. This means that you can enjoy the pleasures of cruising in the company of adult passengers only. We will accept teenagers who are 16 years old or above at the time of sailing, but they must be accompanied by adult passengers.


Multi-Generational Cruising Although Columbus


and Magellan operate essentially


for adults only, we are offering a choice of eight Multi-Generational cruises, with no age restriction, during school holiday periods. These cruises enable the whole family to enjoy quality time together. Look out for the ‘smiley face’ symbol indicating these cruises. Please note that there are no specific children’s facilities on board.


Solo Cruisers


For singles travelling on cruises of 6 nights or more, we offer a special programme of events including a welcome cocktail party and get-togethers with the opportunity to meet like- minded travellers. On board Columbus and Magellan, we have set aside 150 twin cabins for single occupancy priced with just a 25% supplement on the equivalent category twin share prices.


It’s a celebration!


Celebrate a special birthday or anniversary, or just spoil yourself, by ordering a beautiful floral display in your cabin, a selection of fine wines or a relaxing spa treatment. We can even arrange a wedding vows renewal ceremony with the Captain and officers. Full details will be sent with your pre-sailing information around two months before you sail.


Discover & explore


To enhance the enjoyment of your cruise, we have created a wide choice of optional shore excursions designed to maximise your time at each port of call. Details will be announced approximately two months before you sail. As places on some tours may be limited, we recommend that you take advantage of our pre-registration service to ensure that you do not miss out.


Book online, call 0844 963 0000 or see your local travel agent


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