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DESTINATIONS CALENDAR 2018 CRUISE


LEFT: Star Clippers’ yoga- themed cruise


RIGHT: Wellness expert Dr Andrew Weil


cruise from Guayaquil in Ecuador, departing November 14.


What? CroisiEurope is launching cruises on the St Lawrence River and Great Lakes on the 68-passenger Jacques Cartier. Clients will visit Montreal, Ottawa and Niagara Falls, and spend a day sailing the Thousand Islands. Sample price: From £2,746 for a nine-night Mighty St Lawrence cruise from Quebec to Toronto, departing August 3.


What? Azamara Club Cruises is offering its first no-fly voyage


The Magic Carpet is either a speciality restaurant or landing platform, depending on where it is hovering


from the UK. It’s on Azamara Pursuit, the former P&O Cruises ship that joins the fleet in August after a refit to bring the decor in line with Azamara’s other vessels.


Sample price: From £5,559 for a 15-night Wonders of Iceland round-trip from Southampton, departing August 13.


w SEPTEMBER What? Clients can learn to meditate on Star Clippers’ yoga-themed cruise with expert Helen Noviello. Classes are complimentary and open to beginners and experts. Sample price: A one-week cruise from Civitavecchia (for Rome) to Cannes, departing September 15, starts at £2,149, including flights.


What? Autumn foliage beckons as Saga Cruises’ Saga Sapphire sets sail on a no-fly cruise to Canada with representatives of whale and dolphin conservation charity Orca onboard. Sample price: From £4,307 for a 28-night Nova Scotia and St Lawrence cruise departing Dover on September 21.


w OCTOBER What? Clients can relax, rejuvenate and learn the art of meditation and yoga when holistic medicine guru Dr Andrew Weil joins a Seabourn sailing in the Mediterranean. Sample price: From £5,499 for a 14-night Origins of Wellness cruise round-trip from Piraeus, departing October 6.


LEFT: Marella Discovery


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What? Titan Travel managing director Andy Squirrell will be hosting afternoon tea and a


cocktail reception on a river cruise on Serenade 1 to celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary. Sample price: From £999 for a five-day Anniversary Cruise from Amsterdam to Mainz, departing October 27.


w NOVEMBER What? The Caribbean is calling for Holland America Line’s Nieuw Statendam, which is heading to the West Indies for its inaugural season. The ship will feature Blend, where wannabe vintners can mix their own wines, and French brasserie Sel de Mer. Sample price: From £1,199 for a seven-night eastern Caribbean cruise round-trip from Fort Lauderdale on December 23.


What? Celestyal Cruises is looking to entice more people to Greece in the shoulder months by adding more three and four-day island- hopping mini-cruises – a good option for new-to-cruise clients. Sample price: From €399 for a three-day Iconic Aegean cruise round-trip from Piraeus, departing November 2 or 9.


What? Marella Cruises’ Marella Discovery bids au revoir to the Med as it heads east for the line’s first winter season in the Middle East and Asia. Sample price: From £1,395, including flights, for a 14-night Red Sea Voyage from Naples to Muscat in Oman, departing November 15.


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