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5
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Destination: Southampton
Trip type: Cruise
From quoits to bungee jumping, P&O's newest superliner, Ventura, offers a taste of Britain Noughties style, as it takes in the hotspots of the Mediterranean... read more »
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5
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Stretch those sea legs and say so long to stress, with a cruise around the riverside hostelries of East Anglia ... read more »
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4
(1 comment)
Sailing along the icy coast of southern Patagonia, taking in Cape Horn and Glacier Alley, and meeting seals, whales and penguins en route, is one of the most spectacular journeys on the planet... read more »
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4
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Hopping between five different ports in North Asia on The Love (To Eat and Drink) Boat, it dawns on me that I cruise, therefore I am... read more »
#5/9
Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Today’s cruise ships can provide a perfect family holiday, where every day is different and everyone can do just what they want... read more »
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Trip type: Cruise
If a cruise is good enough – and an autumn sailing through Canada on the five star, ultra-luxury Seabourn Pride more than qualifies - it doesn't matter about the weather... read more »
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Destination: Rab, Pula, Rovinj, Slovenia, Venice, Trieste
Trip type: Cruise, Cultural
For gentle pleasures and old-school glamour, sign yourself up for a Hebridean cruise to Italy and the Balkans... read more »
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1
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From man-eating Komodo dragons to Mount Kelimutu’s coloured crater lakes, a speculative sea voyage from Lombok to Flores demands a sense of humour as well as stout sea and land legs... read more »
#9/9
Rating:
5
(5 comments)
Destination: Halong Bay
It's one of the wonders of the world, but most Brits have only heard of Halong Bay after seeing it on Top Gear. Experience its beauty on an overnight cruise without Clarkson and co. to annoy you.... read more »
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