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Canary Islands

Cruise Date:

14 Mar 2019 (18 nights)

Cruise Line:

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

Cruise Ship:

Black Watch

Cruise Type:

Cruise Only

Highlights:

Free Drinks, Tips + up to £100pp Cashback or Three Cruises For The Price Of Two

0800 023 1273 0203 371 7641
Cruise reference: 

CIR-7Z5U4H

From: £2279 pp

 

Cruise Highlights: Exploring Cape Verde & the Canaries

Discover an array of diverse sights and attractions, from beautiful gardens and inviting beaches to volcanic landscapes and vast mountain ranges, as you hop between five between islands situated off Africa’s Atlantic coast.There’s  calls at Madeira, with its enchanting botanical gardens and remarkable Cabo Girão sea cliff; São Vicente, for an authentic Cape Verdean experience in Mindelo; and Santiago Island, where you can explore busy markets in Praia and catch a traditional Funana dance performance. In the Canaries, Black Watch will take you to Tenerife, where the Mount Teide and the mysterious Pyramids of Güímar are not-to-be-missed, and Lanzarote, home to the breathtaking Timanfaya National Park and gorgeous saltwater lagoon of Jameos Del Agua Cave. 

Free Drinks, Tips + up to £100pp Cashback 

Book before 28th February 2019 and receive FREE drinks, treat yourself to selected house wines by the glass, beers, spirits and soft drinks.

Plus, receive up to £100 per person Free Cashback too, making your holiday even better value for money.

They'll even cover your tips too! You’ll have complete peace of mind knowing almost everything is taken care of.

Terms: Lowest fares shown below per cabin type may not always be eligible for the Free Drinks & Tips promotion. To confirm eligibility, please call or enquire

Or book this cruise plus any two other cruises from Fred. Olsen's full Ocean programme and the lowest priced is FREE! (conditions apply, book by 28/2/19)

 

  Date Port Arrival Departure  
14 Mar 2019 Southampton, United Kingdom   19:00
Southampton's history stretches right back to the Roman occupation of Britain 1500 years ago. It has been a Royal city for well over 1000 years - from Alfred the Greats father, King Ethelwulf in 840AD, right up to our present Queen Elizabeth. Southampton Castle was built in the 12th century and by the 13th century Southampton had already become a leading port. The Mayflower, the Titanic and the Allied Invasion all left from the quays here. Consequently there is an excellent Maritime Museum here.
15 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
16 Mar 2019 La Coruna 09:00 19:00
17 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
18 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
19 Mar 2019 Funchal 09:00 19:00
20 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
21 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
22 Mar 2019 Mindelo, Cape Verde   18:00 19:00
A sun-drenched brew of African and Portuguese flavours, Cape Verde is an archipelago off the coast of West Africa. Discover sandy shores, volcanic scenery and heart-warming local culture from Mindelo, on the island of São Vincente.
23 Mar 2019 Praia 09:00 19:00
24 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
25 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
26 Mar 2019 Santa Cruz De Tenerife 09:00 19:00
27 Mar 2019 Arrecife 09:00 14:00
28 Mar 2019 At Sea   19:00 19:00
Relaxing day at sea
29 Mar 2019 Lisbon, Portugal   09:00 19:00
There's a buzz about Lisbon these days. The Portuguese capital has always offered traditional charm and a wonderful setting; now modern style and vibrant nightlife have been added into the mix, creating a feel-good place to visit.
1 Apr 2019 Southampton, United Kingdom   09:00
Southampton's history stretches right back to the Roman occupation of Britain 1500 years ago. It has been a Royal city for well over 1000 years - from Alfred the Greats father, King Ethelwulf in 840AD, right up to our present Queen Elizabeth. Southampton Castle was built in the 12th century and by the 13th century Southampton had already become a leading port. The Mayflower, the Titanic and the Allied Invasion all left from the quays here. Consequently there is an excellent Maritime Museum here.

Itinerary details may be subject to change.


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