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CRUISE CALENDAR 2018 DESTINATIONS


w DECEMBER What? Celebrity Cruises is launching Celebrity Edge, with villas, a rooftop garden and a Magic Carpet that is either a speciality restaurant or landing platform, depending on where it is hovering. Sample price: From £1,719 for a balcony cabin on a seven- night Eastern Caribbean cruise round-trip from Fort Lauderdale, departing December 16.


What? Voyages to Antiquity is heading back to Asia for winter after a break of several years. Clients can choose from cruise- and-stay itineraries of a month or more and a 129-day Grand Odyssey sailing from Europe to Singapore and back via South Africa. Sample price: From £6,295 for a 37-day holiday departing December 6 that pairs a cruise from Piraeus to Mumbai with


River ships to watch in 2018


w Amadeus River Cruises – Amadeus Queen


w AmaWaterways – AmaLea w American Cruise Lines – American Song


w Avalon Waterways – Avalon Saigon


w CroisiEurope – Elbe Princesse II


w Crystal Cruises – Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel


ABOVE: Magic Carpet, Celebrity Edge


three nights in Athens and a tour of the Golden Triangle in India.


What? Regent Seven Seas Cruises is offering its first voyage around Australia on Seven Seas Mariner. Passengers will spend Christmas


Day in Papua New Guinea and New Year’s Eve in Bali. Sample price: From £25,079, including flights, for a 36-night Circumnavigation of Australia round-trip from Sydney, departing December 15.


w Pandaw – Sabei Pandaw w Riviera Travel – Robert Burns


For more details on these ships and more river cruise news, check out the digital edition of the latest Travel Weekly Cruise at travelweekly.co.uk


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