Charlotte Flach rounds up new product at sea
Albatros Expeditions is adding a second SunStone Infinity-class expedition ship to its fleet in 2022. The 186-guest Ocean Albatros will sail cruises in both Antarctica and the Arctic – the company’s core expedition areas.
Clients can get their groove on this summer onboard Explorer of the Seas.
Ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt will host a series of Bring Your Heels dance classes on 21 July, 4 August and 18 August sailings from Southampton.
Titan has several new ocean cruises for 2019. Destinations include the Far East, Iberia, China and Japan. The 19-day Seychelles, Maldives and Andaman cruise starts from £3,699pp based on 13 November 2019 departures.
Dream Yacht Charter has launched a new five-night all-inclusive holiday in the Tuamotu archipelago in French Polynesia. Clients can also spend three, seven or 10 nights exploring the islands and waters near Tahiti.
Intrepid Travel’s new eight-day Greece and Turkey cruise explores archaeological sites and sails around the lesser-known islands of the Cyclades. The voyage also stops in Turkey’s Ephesus. From £2,595pp.
Emerald Waterways is launching an eight-day Flavours of Burgundy and Provence river cruise, taking in Lyon, Avignon and Chateauneuf-du-Pape. It departs 4 and 11 July and 1 and 8 August 2020, priced from £2,195pp.
One Ocean Expeditions has a seven-night Scotland and Ireland golfing cruise. Journeying from Dublin to Edinburgh, the voyage includes a visit to the historic Balgownie course at Royal Aberdeen, departing 13 to 20 June 2020.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages is offering garden cruises in June and July. Clients can explore the Seine on a seven-night cruise from £649pp or see the gardens of the British Isles on an 11-night British Isles Discovery, from £599pp.
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