British-based cruise operator, Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) is pleased to announce the launch of their first Round the World Cruise aboard their new flagship, Magellan.
Magellan will set sail from London Tilbury on Thursday, January 5, 2017 and will circumnavigate the globe over four leisurely months, cruising via the West Indies, Panama Canal, French Polynesia, Australasia, South East Asia and the Far East, India, the Red Sea, Suez Canal and the Holy Land & Med before returning to London Tilbury on Friday, May 5, 2017.
Nine shorter cruise sector options are also available based on Auckland, Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore. Full details are included in an advanced mini edition World Cruise brochure, also featuring Astor’s 2016 & 2017 voyage program between the UK and Antipodes.
Early booking twin saver fares represent savings of up to 40% and start from $17,649 or just $149 per person per night, with a reduced 25% single supplement on superior grades starting from $26,729.
Chris Coates, Commercial Director commented, “The introduction of Magellan in 2015 has considerably broadened CMV’s market appeal and level of interest for our product with record sales achieved this year. Magellan at 46,052grt and carrying about 1250 passengers accommodated in 726 cabins is the perfect sized vessel for this special long haul itinerary. Her generous passenger space ratios with spacious lounges and public areas, three dining venues and extensive deck space and observation points, make her the ideal world cruise choice for 2017 backed up by some really strong early booking price incentives to reward early bookers”.
The World Cruise program goes on sale today and also features Astor’s 2016-17 voyages between London Tilbury and Auckland, Sydney, Adelaide and Fremantle. Full details are included in the advance brochure, that will be replaced by the full 2016-17 brochure, which will be launched next Thursday, May 28, 2015.
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