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Africa

Africa is a a huge continent with a 70,000 mile coastline - explore its people and amazing wildlife. Our Africa includes both the east and west coasts but not the northern coast - this is included in the Mediterranean cruise area. Your cruise ship provides you with a safe base from which to explore the wonders and wildlife of this continent. Islands like St Helena, Zanzibar, Madagascar and Mauritius are within your reach.

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Alaska

Alaskan whales travel waters surrounded by glaciers, bears roam the land, salmon swim the rivers and eagles soar overhead. Alaska is an ideal area for exploring by ship - forested islands, waterfalls and calving glaciers mainly situated on the narrow coastal strip between mountains and sea. The waters of the Bering Sea contain some of the most remote and spectacular islands on earth.

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Amazon River Amazon

South America offers an incredible mix of ancient civilisations, unique islands, colonial history, dramatic fjords and mountains, vibrant cities and tropical rivers and rainforest. Cruises in this region fall into many categories - cruises travelling south from North America down the west coast to Santiago in Chile, Glapagos Islands cruises, Santiago to Buenos Aires around Cape Horn, Argentinian and Brazilian cities and exploring the Amazon River.

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Australia & New Zealand

Australasia features the rugged islands of New Zealand, the diversity of Australia, the jungles of Papua New Guinea and tropical Indonesia (Bali). Normally part of a world cruise itinerary, there are a growing number of ships serving the region. From the Far East you can visit Bali, Darwin and the North End, the Barrier Reef, photogenic Sydney and all the major cities of Australia and NZ.

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Bahamas

All turquoise sea, sandy shores and fun in the sun, a Bahamas cruise is pure bliss. Explore this gorgeous archipelago, with its amazing 2,000 cays and 700 islands.

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Baltic

Northern Europe has the medieval cities of the Baltic Sea, the dramatic Norwegian Fjords, the historic cities and islands of Western Europe and the volcanoes of Iceland. The Baltic is surrounded by historic medieval cities boasting some wonderful art and architecture. The grandeur of the Norwegian Fjords, edged by snow-capped mountains and dotted with glaciers, are only rivalled by those of Alaska. Western Europe offers cities like Amsterdam, London and Dublin and voyages that cruise around the British Isles and out to Iceland.

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Bermuda

Eastcoast USA hosts the warm seas of Bermuda, the Autumn colours of New England and Canada and the battlefields of Colonial USA. Bermuda offers warm summer weather, great beaches and British ambience on these self governing islands. New England is popular in the Autumn (Fall) with its spectacular colours and cruises will often be combined with visits to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Some cruises will also explore the St Lawrence River as far as Quebec or Montreal. Then there are cruises southward along the Eastern seaboard that will explore the colonial heritage and Civil War battlefields of the USA.

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Black Sea

From the Black Sea experience the different cultures of eastern block countries like Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine or explore the north coast of Turkey. The Black Sea is a more off-beat destination offering the chance to visit areas that are now rapidly changing. Although there are Mediteranean cruises from the UK that include the Black Sea in the itinerary, most are fly/cruises sailing from Athens or Istanbul and many will also include some Greek Islands in the itinerary.

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British Isles

Fancy a cruise holiday a little closer to home? Set sail on a cruise around the British Isles and remember just why you love your home country so much.From the winding streets of Edinburgh to the sea air of the Channel Islands, expect cosmopolitan cities, lush green countryside, majestic castles, grand houses and pretty bays.

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Canada & New England

Eastcoast USA hosts the warm seas of Bermuda, the Autumn colours of New England and Canada and the battlefields of Colonial USA. Bermuda offers warm summer weather, great beaches and British ambience on these self governing islands. New England is popular in the Autumn (Fall) with its spectacular colours and cruises will often be combined with visits to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Some cruises will also explore the St Lawrence River as far as Quebec or Montreal. Then there are cruises southward along the Eastern seaboard that will explore the colonial heritage and Civil War battlefields of the USA.

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Canary Islands

An enticing blend of Spanish charm and African sunshine, the Canary Islands are scattered like treasures in the Atlantic Ocean. Just off the coast of Africa, the Canaries’ year-round sunshine has made it one of the very best winter sun destinations.

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Caribbean

Caribbean warm seas wash the beaches of hundreds of beautiful vibrant islands and the cultural influences of Europe, Africa and Latin America. Almost guaranteed sunshine, a friendly welcome and proximity to US mainland ports make the Caribbean the world's busiest and most popular cruise area. The scenery on offer ranges from lush, mountainous to flat arid islands and coral atolls. Bounded by Mexico and Central America to the west, the USA to the north and South America to the south, the area is full of historic sights from Mayan ruins to pirate lairs. Cruises depart from US ports like Houston, New Orleans and the world's biggest cruise port - Miami. There are an increasing number of cruises from the more centrally located Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, Barbados and Jamaica.

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Dubai and Middle East

A Middle East cruise offers the wonders of Egypt, the warm waters of the Red Sea and the modern cities, ancient fortifications, deserts, oases and beaches of the Persian Gulf. The Red Sea ports give access to beach and diving resorts and to the ancient wonders of Cairo, Luxor and Petra. Going south you enter the Arabian Sea explore the mysteries of Yemen and the rugged south coast of Oman. Entering the Persian Gulf, cruises will explore the beaches, markets and history of Oman, the Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain.

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Europe

Explore, discover and fall in love with the world’s most romantic continent during cruise holidays to Europe. This part of the world is famed for its beautiful cities, picturesque landscapes, delicious cuisine and rich cultural and historical heritage. Plus, with so much diversity and variety within Europe itself, cruise holidays to Europe suit a very wide range of cruise holidays.

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Far East

Far East is exotic Asia - from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia in the south through the Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong and China to Korea and Japan in the north. This is a vast area that remains undeveloped in cruising terms and yet a cruise ship provides the comfort and security of a base from which to explore the wide cultural and scenic diversity on offer. Exotic destinations like Singapore, Bangkok, Hanoi, Hong Kong, Beijing and Tokyo can all be reached. The Far East is almost always included on world cruises and there will be quite a few that pass through and offer these destinations and less frequently visited places like Brunei, the East coast of Malaysia and Manila.

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Hawaii

The Pacific Ocean is vast and home to Hawaii and the South Sea Islands - a Polynesian welcome, great beaches, reefs and waving palm trees. The Hawaiian islands offer exotic landscapes - lush rainforests, lava deserts, volcanoes, beaches and exciting cities. Below the equator, the South Sea Islands stretch from Papua New Guinea to New Zealand to include the Solomon Islands, French Polynesia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, Cook Islands, New Caledonia and Tonga.

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Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean offers cruising along the coasts of Arabia, India, Sri Lanka and on to Singapore or exploring the coral atolls of the Maldives and Seychelles. The size of the region and the vast distances cruised make for more relaxed cruising with many days at sea. Geographically diverse from desert to mountains and tropical rainforest, the area also offers guaranteed sunshine and great beaches.

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Mediterranean

The Mediterranean is the Cradle of Civilisation with summer sun, glamourous resorts, historic cities and idyllic islands. The world's largest inland sea, enclosed by three continents, it is Europe's most popular cruising destination. If you want a 7 night holiday then a fly-cruise is for you. Cruises from the UK involve a couple of days at sea before they enter the Med so will take 10 days or more. Fly-cruises are port intensive and will sail at night and be in port during the day - 6 ports in a week is quite normal. You will probably need to choose whether you want to cruise the Eastern or Western Mediterranean.

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Mini Cruise

A mini cruise is a great way to discover new places and enjoy a taste of life at sea. Consider it an introduction to a destination, or to cruising itself. Perhaps you want to find out exactly what life on board is like, or you want a short break with a difference.

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North America

Cruise holidays to North America offer a great deal of choice for holiday goers. Choose between crossing the Atlantic by ship or airplane, cruising along the east or west coast of North America, and also between a huge array of different cruise holidays available.

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Northern Europe

Northern Europe has the medieval cities of the Baltic Sea, the dramatic Norwegian Fjords, the historic cities and islands of Western Europe and the volcanoes of Iceland. The Baltic is surrounded by historic medieval cities boasting some wonderful art and architecture. The grandeur of the Norwegian Fjords, edged by snow-capped mountains and dotted with glaciers, are only rivalled by those of Alaska. Western Europe offers cities like Amsterdam, London and Dublin and voyages that cruise around the British Isles and out to Iceland.

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Norwegian Fjords

Northern Europe has the medieval cities of the Baltic Sea, the dramatic Norwegian Fjords, the historic cities and islands of Western Europe and the volcanoes of Iceland. The Baltic is surrounded by historic medieval cities boasting some wonderful art and architecture. The grandeur of the Norwegian Fjords, edged by snow-capped mountains and dotted with glaciers, are only rivalled by those of Alaska. Western Europe offers cities like Amsterdam, London and Dublin and voyages that cruise around the British Isles and out to Iceland.

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Pacific

The Pacific Ocean is vast and home to Hawaii and the South Sea Islands - a Polynesian welcome, great beaches, reefs and waving palm trees. The Hawaiian islands offer exotic landscapes - lush rainforests, lava deserts, volcanoes, beaches and exciting cities. Below the equator, the South Sea Islands stretch from Papua New Guinea to New Zealand to include the Solomon Islands, French Polynesia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, Cook Islands, New Caledonia and Tonga.

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Panama Canal

The Panama Canal is one of the wonders of the modern world - cruise up and over Central America between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Panama Canal cruises travel between Miami and Los Angeles or San diego or the reverse, calling at Southern Caribbean, Central American and west coast Mexican ports en route. There are some Caribbean cruises that will include a partial transit of the canal as far as Gatun Lake.

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Red Sea

A Middle East cruise offers the wonders of Egypt, the warm waters of the Red Sea and the modern cities, ancient fortifications, deserts, oases and beaches of the Persian Gulf. The Red Sea ports give access to beach and diving resorts and to the ancient wonders of Cairo, Luxor and Petra. Going south you enter the Arabian Sea explore the mysteries of Yemen and the rugged south coast of Oman. Entering the Persian Gulf, cruises will explore the beaches, markets and history of Oman, the Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain.

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South America

South America offers an incredible mix of ancient civilisations, unique islands, colonial history, dramatic fjords and mountains, vibrant cities and tropical rivers and rainforest. Cruises in this region fall into many categories - cruises travelling south from North America down the west coast to Santiago in Chile, Galapagos Islands cruises, Santiago to Buenos Aires around Cape Horn, Argentinian and Brazilian cities and exploring the Amazon River.

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South Pacific

Is your idea of the perfect holiday getting away from it all and spending time in some of the most remote and secluded locations in the world? Cruise holidays to the South Pacific offer the opportunity to do just that, as well as providing all of the comforts, luxuries and useful facilities expected aboard cruise ships.

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Transatlantic

Transatlantic cruises could be for you if you like lots of days at sea. Travelling across the Atlantic they may go direct to their destination port or cruise the destination region for a few days. In the main these are repositioning cruises and can offer excellent value for money.

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West US & Mexico

The Mexican Riviera or California coast for fun, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest or whales and exotic jungles further south. There are three disitnct areas to this region - the busy fun cruises of the Mexican Riviera, the relocation cruises to Alaska that follow the Pacific Northwest coast and the expedition cruises that whale watch around the Sea of Cortez or explore the jungles of Costa Rica and Panama.

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World Cruise

The World Cruise - The classic cruise experience, circling the globe to explore new regions. Visiting more than 30 ports on a 3 month voyage, World-wide also includes segments of those cruises that cross two or more regions. Cruises can go in either direction around the world and can start in the UK, New York, Miami or Los Angeles. The most popular worldwide cruises are often those that follow the UK to Australia route but there are many combinations available that take in Africa, South America, India, southeast Asia, China, Japan and the Pacific.

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