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DESTINATIONS CRUISE | CELEBRITY SPEAKERS


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CHARLIE DIMMOCK, GARDEN RESCUE PRESENTER, and COLONEL PIERS STORIE-PUGH, FIRST WORLD WAR EXPERT


History and gardening come together on Great Rail Journeys’ cruise around Holland and Belgium next spring. First World War expert Colonel Piers Storie-Pugh will be treating military buffs to a lecture about the war, complementing excursions to the battlefields and cemeteries of Ypres in Belgium and the Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek. Garden Rescue presenter Charlie Dimmock’s talk will be altogether more rosy. She’ll be answering passengers’ gardening questions before they set off to see the Keukenhof Gardens. Book it: The eight-day Springtime Tulips and Keukenhof Gardens round-trip cruise costs from £1,495, including flights and departing from Amsterdam on April 15, 2020. greatrail.com


BEST OF THE REST


P&O Cruises is going Strictly crazy on four cruises in 2020, with dance


displays, one-to-one lessons and a hosted dinner with professionals from the TV show. Strictly departures are from Southampton to the Canary Islands (April 4), the Mediterranean (June 6), Spain and Portugal (June 20) and the Baltic (July 12).


World affairs will be on the agenda when Admiral James Stavridis, former Supreme Allied Commander of Nato, takes to the podium on a Baltic cruise


on Ponant’s Le Dumont d’Urville. The eight-night Stockholm-Copenhagen voyage departs August 5.


Astronomer Pete Lawrence will be giving talks on the sky at night on a 14-night voyage to northern Norway


with Fred Olsen Cruise Lines. The cruise is round-trip from Southampton, departing January 31.


8 Cruise the Magical Scottish Islands


O A specialist small ship (up to 11 passengers) cruising company operating for over 13 years


O We offer your customers incredible wildlife cruises to the Inner and Outer Hebrides including St Kilda


O Choice of three, unique, small ships especially converted to cruise in comfort and style


O Dedicated chef and knowledgeable crew


O Ideal for couples, singles and small groups (all ages catered for) O Make a booking before 1st January 2020 to receive double the normal commission


For more details contact Julie on +44 (0) 794316178 or e-mail info@sthildaseaadventures.co.uk www.sthildaseaadventures.co.uk


KRISTOFER RUSCON, CHAMPAGNE EXPERT


Wine lovers sailing with SeaDream Yacht Club are in for a double treat next October as Kristofer Ruscon, house director of champagne estate Hatt et Söner, and a wine host from Agrapart, one of the best champagne houses in the world, join SeaDream I. They’ll be hosting talks and tastings, as well as welcoming a select few to two degustation dinners which pair the fizz with special menus created by the ship’s executive chef (extra cost). On shore, top up with vineyard visits and tastings in Ibiza and Ronda. Book it: The seven-night cruise from Barcelona to Malaga starts at £3,712 cruise-only, departing October 10, 2020. seadream.com


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PICTURES: Shutterstock; Christian Horz; Gary Salter; Christian Horz; Carol Klein; Andreas Kalvig Anderson/Hurtigruten


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