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to the June issue of Cruise Ahoy and with summer fast approaching we have some sizzling hot deals for you! The new Jetline Cruise website was launched last month and I hope you’ll agree it looks much more stylish and is a lot more user friendly, with all the information you need at the click of a finger. So far the new site has been incredibly well received by our customers and is producing spectacular amounts of business, so we must have done something right!

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Meet the Jetline team This months edition we are pleased to feature two of our Sales Consultants – Helen Evans and Aamir Pervaiz. Below you can find out a little more about them. Name:

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Hi I am Aamir and you might know me as “Aamir over here”, which is one of my favourite lines. I have now been working for Jetline Cruise for nearly 4 years and really love the cruise business. I am originally from Pakistan and have been in the UK for just over 4 years. I studied IT back home at University and this comes into good use in the office when Ian breaks one of his PC’s and I invariably end up fixing it.

I have cruised four times predominantly on short cruises and I think they are amazing. I believe the best thing about them is the value for money when you include everything that you get. I love cooking and think the food on the cruise ships especially Cunard is exceptional, nearly all the facilities that you use are free. You get all your entertainment included and waking up in a beautiful port of call most days is a bonus and with some of the prices we put together the product is so much better than a land holiday.

I am very fortunate that I worked in the land department for 9 months, this gave me a great background in different types of holidays and has enabled me to get even more knowledge of the travel

I would like to personally thank all my customers who book with me especially the ones who book 2 or 3 cruises a year with me and I look forward to being of service to all future customers.

Favourite cruise line: Cunard Hobbies:

Cooking, IT, socialising, cricket

Name: Helen Evans Position: Senior Sales Consultant Age: 16 Married: Yes to Evil (great name) Kids: 1 - Ethan Cruise ships sailed on: 9 Favourite cruise line: Royal Caribbean Hobbies: What are they? No time! I have been passionate about travel since I was 16 - that was just 2 years ago!!! As I am only 18 now! I started at 16 in an independent travel agency in my home town as a YTS (youth training scheme) earning a massive £60 per week - and have never looked back. From here I worked for Kuoni Travel for 9 years, working in the call centre for 4 years - where customer service is their main focus. From here I went to train for the company, before finally going back to the call centre to set up their at the time new World Class team. I was lucky enough in my 9 years to travel extensively to the Maldives, America the Far East, Africa and Australia. After 9 years at

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industry. This is very helpful when we are selling cruise and stay holidays as I can put this knowledge to good use to source the best hotels at the right prices. I can also save customers money on personal recommendations such as good restaurants and what to see and do in the resort.

Kuoni and a trip on a Silversea ship - my interest turned to cruising. I then went to work for Crystal Cruises as their sales manager for the UK. I soon caught the bug after sailing on Crystal Serenity for the first time. My time with Crystal was amazing and I learnt so much about the 6 star product - but I was hungry for more - so I moved on to work for Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises as their Sales Manager for London and the South East. This was where I encountered Jetline Cruise for the 1st time - they were one of my best accounts! After 5 years of working for RCCL and Celebrity and experiencing most of their ships, I became a mum and realised that life on the road was no longer right for me. So here I am 2 years later working for Jetline cruise and loving it. Where else can I get to talk about my favourite thing (cruising) to customers that are as enthusiastic as I am. Pick up the phone and give us a call I would be delighted to help you with your cruise holiday plans.


Cruise Industry News With ever increasing capacity the cruise lines are keen to maximise their potential to win business. This is great for our members and us as our choice gets even greater and so too does the quality. Here is our round up of cruise industry news for this month.

Norwegian Epic Hull Artwork Revealed ship sails from. Instead, the hull artwork on Norwegian Epic takes on the characteristics of the ship’s interior features – a sophisticated, modern and sleek design and colour palette that is seen in everything from the innovative curved design of the New Wave staterooms to the more contemporary design of the ship’s public areas. “An NCL ship is instantly recognisable with its distinctive hull art that conveys each ship’s personality, as well as the freedom and flexibility that is found on board,” said Kevin Sheehan, NCL’s chief executive officer. “With Norwegian Epic, we are taking Freestyle Cruising to the next level, so it is fitting that her hull artwork conveys more of the modern, sleek design guests will find once they are on board the ship.” The 4,200-passenger Norwegian Epic incorporates many innovations including several new types of staterooms – the curved New Wave staterooms; the biggest ship-within-a-ship suite complex at sea, comprising 60 suites and villas on two private decks at the top of the ship; a new category of inside staterooms for the budget-conscious traveller – The Studios; and spa and family-friendly accommodation. orwegian Cruise Lines has unveiled the contemporary hull design which will adorn Norwegian Epic, the company’s largest and most innovative Freestyle Cruising ship to date, scheduled for delivery in May 2010. Norwegian Epic’s hull artwork is painted on both sides with free form rolling waves of varying sizes that run through a modern colour spectrum of lime, aqua, red, and purple and dotted by silver circles. The artwork was developed by NCL, drawing on the talent and brand understanding in the company’s marketing team in Miami.


The ship also provides unique nightlife options with the first Ice Bar at sea; an expansive Aqua Park with the only tube slide and largest bowl slide at sea -- The Epic Plunge; seven decks of Freestyle Family Fun with highlights including a 33-foot high, 64-foot wide extreme rock climbing wall and the first ever abseiling wall at sea; the most bowling lanes at sea with six in two venues; a mixed-use sports deck with the ability for guests to engage in eight different athletic activities; as well as three separate kids’ and teen activity areas and the first squash court at sea.

Norwegian Epic’s hull design is a departure from the rest of the line’s signature hull artwork which istypically inspired by the ship’s name or the destination the

In addition, Norwegian Epic will offer the next generation of Freestyle Dining with 14 restaurant choices –the most at sea – and 18 bars and lounges.

Princess Cruises increasing their Caribbean capacity summer 2010 Princess Cruises are to increase their Caribbean itineraries in summer 2010 by putting two ships in the region, which will more than double the line’s capacity for the season. Guests will be able to choose from five itineraries, as well as sailing from New York and Florida. Caribbean Princess will return to the popular 9-day itinerary from New York to Bermuda and the Caribbean, while Emerald Princess will sail on a 7-day roundtrip cruise from Fort Lauderdale to the Western and Eastern Caribbean. “We’ve seen increased interest from passengers in sailing to the Caribbean during the summer,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruise’s executive vice president. “So in response, we’ve significantly expanded our program to offer cruisers a choice of sailings and the option of two departure ports.” Caribbean Princess and Emerald Princess both offer many features which have been a favourite of Princess Cruises guests for many years, including the dramatic ‘Movies Under the Stars’ outdoor LCD screen and the line’s signature adults-only Sanctuary where guests can relax on plush lounges chairs and have a massage in a private cabana.



Celebrity Solstice to sail Caribbean cruises year round in 2010 Celebrity Cruises newest addition to the fleet, Celebrity Solstice, has been busy completing her inaugural season in the Caribbean and has been seen so successful there that Celebrity have announced the ship will sail there year-round in 2010. The stylish Celebrity Solstice is set to sail alternative 7 night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in summer months and 7 night Eastern Caribbean itineraries from the same port in the winter, marking the first time since 2004 that the line have offered year-round 7 night sailings in the Caribbean. “The extraordinary response from our guests to Celebrity Solstice has created a corresponding demand for the ship to sail year-round in the Caribbean, and we´re thrilled to meet that demand,” said Celebrity´s President & CEO Dan Hanrahan. “This move offers guests in North America a phenomenal closer-to-home vacation option whenever they´re ready to get away, and similarly, our international guests now will have year-round Caribbean vacation options with Celebrity that are second-to-none.” Celebrity Solstice’s move to the Caribbean has prompted the new Celebrity Equinox to be lined up for 10 and 11 night Mediterranean cruises for 2010-11 with sailings from Rome which were previously planned for Celebrity Solstice.

Costa Cruises new ship Costa Luminosa delivered Costa Cruises thirteenth addition to their fleet, the new Costa Luminosa, has been delivered by Fincantieri at the Marghera (Venice) shipyard. The Costa Luminosa is the first of three new ships to be construction by Fincantieri in less than a year and is to be the first of a new class of ships as well as the company’s flagship. The ship is a true symbol of ‘Made in Italy’, 92,700 tonnes with 2,828 double occupancy; she features the largest percentage of balcony cabins on a Costa ship (772 of 1,130 total). The Costa Pacifica (114,500 tons; 3,000 double occupancy) is currently being completed at the Genova Sestri Ponente shipyard and will be delivered on May 29. The Costa Deliziosa, a sister ship of the Costa Luminosa, is also under construction at the Marghera shipyard, and will be delivered at the end of January 2010. Costa Luminosa features contemporary design trends in a distinctive avant-garde style, with 20 different types of marble, wood, mother-of-pearl and granite. There will be a new 4D cinema where sight, sound, touch and scent come together to form a multisensory experience. Spa lovers will enjoy Costa’s renowned Samsara Spa which features 52 spa cabins and 4 suites, a specialty restaurant and new Kinesis circuit by Technogym, a unique system based on natural movements through a patented system of pulleys for resistance training.

QE2 paying-off pennant donated to Merseyside Maritime Museum Merseyside Maritime Museum has been presented with an item that is a significant piece of maritime history – the paying-off pennant from Cunard Cruises Queen Elizabeth 2 ship. A ship’s paying off pennant is flown immediately prior to her leaving service. At 39ft the QE2’s is the longest in Cunard’s history – one foot for each year the famous liner was in service.

The christening for Costa’s fantastic new ship is set to take place together with the Costa Pacifica on June 5 in the Port of Genoa. Costa Luminosa’s first cruise departs from Venice on May 5 2009; a 10-night itinerary in the Eastern Mediterranean will include two days in Istanbul and daily calls to Bari, Olympia (Greece), Rhodes (Greece), Izmir (Turkey), Mykonos (Greece) and Athens (Greece).

Lord Mayor of Liverpool Councillor Steve Rotheram will present a paying off pennant to Tony Tibbles, director of the Merseyside Maritime Museum on Thursday 30 April, 2009. Liverpool City Council received the pennant during a commemorative concert at the Anglican Cathedral in October 2008 – as the QE2 visited the city on her farewell tour. Tony Tibbles said: “Liverpool has enjoyed a close relationship with the QE2 as the city was the original home of Cunard, where the ship was designed, and we are excited to have this pennant going on display at the Maritime Museum. We would like to thank Liverpool City Council for its kind donation.” QE2’s day of transporting guests on cruise holidays are now over and ship is docked in Dubai. The ship made her first maiden voyage in 1969 and was Cunard’s flagship for almost 40 years, a role which has now been taken over by Queen Mary 2.

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Jetline Cruise News Here at Jetline we are having a very promising start to the summer. Below is a selection of exciting things that are happening or have happened recently.

NEW website improvements Our new website is going great guns since its launch and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved with its introduction. There has been blood, sweat and tears but I hope you’ll all agree that the new site is well worth the hard work. Thanks to all our customers clicking on for a look. Not only is it much more visually appealing, it is also considerably quicker, with the space to display lots more offers and now it is even easier to find all the information you need. We also have implemented a new system that shoots the email enquiry or the ‘call me back’ request straight into the system so customer’s requests can be dealt with even quicker than before.

Summer season off to great start We are thrilled that the summer season is off to a great start. In light of our continued success we are pleased to announce that we have expanded our product range to even greater proportions and to complement our existing offers we have some excellent cruises into the Far East and South America. So if you fancy sailing to the dramatic continent of South America with its rainforests, 500 year old ruins and bustling capitals; or the culture rich and diverse land of the Far East we are now the only place to come for the best deals and advice. We will be able to offer a choice of stays and land tours as well. More to come over the coming weeks, so stay tuned cruisers!

Kelvin Sexton retires Kelvin, a senior sales consultant is no longer working for us as has gone into retirement. He has been with Jetline from the start and we would like to thank him for his services to us. He will be sadly missed by his loyal customers but I am sure you will all join us in wishing him a very happy retirement.





We welcome your letters so we can share your cruise holiday experiences with other Cruise Ahoy readers. Letters can be emailed to

To Jetline Cruise

Dear Sir My wife and I have been cruising for many years but it is the first time we have come across Jetline. We decided to give you a go as your staff on the phone was very helpful at every stage and you supplied us with the

Ref – cruise on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2

A massive thank you for all your help in the booking of this cruise which was to be a special holiday indeed as I proposed to my girlfriend and luckily she said yes! We have both decided we will be looking to take another cruise for our honeymoon so we’ll be in touch. Incredible ship with staff that are only too helpful and a great cheap deal from you guys!

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Thank you for an absolutely wonderful cruise, you will most definitely be our first choice for our cruise along the Panama Canal next year that we are planning. Yours sincerely Mr and Mrs Conrad

Dear Jetline Cruise Many thanks to all the friendly people at Jetline who helped my husband and me book our Cruise in the Mediterranean. You provided a great start to our dream holiday. Mrs. Shelby, Runcorn

Dear Andrew Thanks so much for the cruise you booked for us on P&O Cruises Artemis. It was the perfect cruise for us, with plenty to do if you wanted but also many opportunities for some quiet relaxation. We enjoyed a couple of shore excursions which we were able to do as you

To Max We have just got back from a 2 week Caribbean cruise with Royal Caribbean and wanted to write you a quick note to say thank you for the cracking price you got us. We were not sure if we’d be able to afford a cruise this year but thankfully you managed to get us a fare within budget.

saved us so much money on the cruise there

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Ray Fenlon

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St Petersburg

Destination Focus The biggest cruise destination in the world is still the Caribbean, closely followed by the Mediterranean. But now there is a new contender battling for a position – Baltic cruises are becoming increasingly popular and have grown to be more popular than Alaska cruises. Baltic cruises are now the third most popular cruise region in the world and many Baltic ports and cities are thriving as a result.






he Baltic Sea and its surrounding countries – Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany and a number of eastern European nations – are literally jammed with a plethora of attractions and sights, which makes a Baltic cruise truly the ultimate way to see the best of the region in a short period of time. The Baltic is not only over-flowing with history, it is also home to some of the most fascinating and cultural cities in the world, as well as having many of the most beautiful natural beauty spots to be found on the globe. Most Baltic cruises will take in cities such as Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn, Oslo and Kristiansand. Every one of these cities has something special to offer, combined with rich history and culture. A stop in Copenhagen

will take you on an exploration of the adopted home of Hans Christian Anderson and a must see is the waterfront sculpture of his Little Mermaid commemorating this. The naval city of St Petersburg offers a fascinating insight into city life in Russia, with treasures such as the onion-spire Church of Spilled Blood, the Yusupov Palace (where ‘the mad monk’ Gregori Rasputin was dramatically murdered in 1916); Catherine the Great’s palace (with its breathtaking 978-foot white, gold and blue façade); St Isaac’s Cathedral (which has marble walls studded with semi-precious stones). The Baltic boasts so many gems it is difficult to cover them all. It is well worth rising at dawn to witness the enthralling approach to Stockholm as the ship slowly

makes its way through the estimated 25,000 tiny islands set in sparkling seas. The heart of this famous city has to be its medieval quarter, Gamla Stan, with its narrow cobbled streets dating back to the 13th century lined with quirky shops and atmospheric cafes. A must is to explore the city’s many waterways in a glass-topped sightseeing boat, it is simply amazing. The Baltic, northern Europe, and Scandinavia are wonderful summer cruise destinations but hotel and dining costs can sometimes be expensive, so another great bonus about Baltic cruises is the fact that it can be extremely cost effective way to visit the region. There are a diverse choice of prices, ships and cruise lines visiting the Baltic with the main cruise season running from May to September, with the busiest cruises in July and August.

Church at Catherines’s Palace, St Petersburg

“A stop in Copenhagen will take you on an exploration of the adopted home of Hans Christian Anderson and a must see is the waterfront sculpture of his Little Mermaid commemorating this”

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Cruise Show


On Saturday 22 March 2009, David and Michelle Nugent attended the Cruise Exhibition at Excel in London and won a cruise aboard Cunard Queen Mary 2 in a competition. Below is a report back from the lucky couple. On Saturday 22 March 09 I found myself along with my wife at a Cruise Exhibition at Excel in London. This was quite surprising as I had been trying to persuade my wife to cruise for years, without success due to the fact that she had a bad experience when she was a schoolgirl on a cruise for schoolchildren around the Mediterranean. We visited all the various stands at the exhibition. On our visit to the Jetline Cruise stand we met Jane who spent quite some time and effort to try and accommodate us. Unfortunately because of work commitments we were unable to book a cruise on the dates that were on offer. Before leaving the stand we completed a competition leaflet which Jane took. On the 31st March I received a phone call from Jane at Jetline to say we had won the competition we had entered with Jetline. The prize we had won was a round trip transatlantic crossing to New York on Queen Mary 2 for twelve nights. Our amazing journey started at Cunard check in at Southampton, where we were told we had been upgraded to stateroom on deck 11. Once you have checked in Cunard take care of your every need and you don’t see your luggage (no weight restrictions) again until you are in your stateroom. It is not long before you see the ship is PURE LUXURY PERSONIFIED. Our stateroom had a king size bed, living area with settee and coffee table with complimentary bottle of sparkling wine on ice. The crossing to New York took six days of pure luxury where we indulged ourselves with the most fantastic food you could imagine. The day sightseeing in New York was spent under clear blue skies and a temperature of 91 degrees. We left New York on Sunday evening having spent a fabulous day in the big apple. On Monday we had a most memorable experience, we were invited to the commodores table for dinner. The whole 12 days were packed with so much to do and see time just flew by. The food was 5 star served around the clock. The staff on board were kindness itself and really made you feel special. Thankfully my wife is now looking forward to our next cruise with Cunard. So a big thank you to Jetline for making it possible and Cunard for giving my wife and I the trip of a lifetime. Yours faithfully David & Michelle Nugent





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Med & Canaries All Inclusive Drinks Cruises SPANISH PARTY STYLE PULLMANTUR CRUISES This relatively unknown cruise line is big in Spain with a huge following for its fleet of ships and charter aircraft for affordable cruise holidays. As we know the Spanish love to party and holiday and this probably the reason why Pullmantur does so well with its ALL INCLUSIVE DRINKS policy on board. In traditional Spanish holiday style these offers represent great value for money and helps you to budget for your holiday. Pullmantur is the Spanish Subsidiary of Royal Caribbean International and benefits from the quality and service associated with them. Plus the older much loved ships from the Royal Caribbean & Celebrity fleet tend to end up under the Pullmantur flag at a much more affordable price. Check out the Sovereign, Empress and Zenith. One last thing to mention about Pullmantur is that English is spoken on board – as well as Spanish.

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➤➤ Exclusive Offer At just over 46,000 tonnes the Pacific Dream started off life as the Celebrity Horizon. She was then moved over to the UK market and became the Island Star. As Royal Caribbean / Celebrity have now sold their Island cruises brand the Island Star has been acquired by Pullmantur cruises to once again join her sister ship the Zenith. The renamed Pacific Dream has a great range of facilities including: a swimming pool, kids pool, 2 whirlpools, casino, 4 places to eat, show lounge, theatre, fitness centre, 6 further bars, a cafe and more. Fly from Luton to Lisbon. Cruise 7 nights to Gibraltar • Casablanca • Agadir • Lanzarote • Madeira • Lisbon. Fly home.

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Outside £729 £729 £749 £779 £799 £829 £839 £829 £829 £839 £769 £749 £699 £669

The Sovereign was a favourite of Royal Caribbean International until last year when they moved the ship over to Spain to boost the fleet of their Spanish Subsidiary – Pullmantur. The Sovereign entered service in 1989 and was revolutionary at the time for its size and design – paving the way for the big ships of today. This recently refurbished ship has a great range of facilities and spacious public areas. At approx 74,000 tonnes - If you like the idea of big American style ships then you will certainly enjoy this one. Having sailed on this ship it will not disappoint. Fly from London to Barcelona. Cruise 7 nights to Villefranche (Monte Carlo) • Livorno (Pisa / Florence) • Rome • Naples • La Goulette (Tunis) • Barcelona. Fly home.

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Ship Focus

Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas

Here at Jetline we have seen a massive increase in bookings for Royal Caribbean’s fabulous new ship Oasis of the Seas, so we thought it only right we should let everyone know all about her. Hold onto your seats, as Oasis of the Seas knows no boundaries in the innovation or imagination stakes.

9 night Fly-cruise balcony staterooms from £1149pp 16 night Fly-cruise balcony staterooms from £1899pp


asis of the Seas will be the largest cruise ship in the world when it launches in December this year. 220,000 tonnes, a staggering 1,081ft long and towering 213 ft above the water line, an incredible 16 passenger decks and able to carry 5,400 passengers in 5 star surroundings. The buzz surrounding Oasis of the Seas has been unlike anything seen before and it is easy to see why. 12

The layout of the ship itself is purely unique. It will be divided into seven neighbourhoods, all with its own distinct theme. The seven: the Youth Zone, for the tots; the Boardwalk, with its Coney Island vibe; the Royal Promenade, a bigger, bolder version of Royal Caribbean’s traditional indoor shopping mall; Entertainment Place, for the night time activities; Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Center; Pool and Sports Zone; and Central Park, an indoor/outdoor space with real grass and trees.

suites. The contemporary two-level suites will totally redefine cruise ship accommodation and will offer spectacular views of the ocean with floor to ceiling double height windows. The upper level bedroom overlooks the living area below and there is also LCD televisions, separate vanity areas, a guest bathroom downstairs and master bathroom upstairs featuring his and her shower heads, fog-free mirrors, and limestone mosaic tile accents.

Accommodation has evolved significantly as well on board Oasis of the Seas with the introduction of the urban living concept industry first loft

There is to be a stunning outdoor venue at the stern of Oasis of the Seas called the AquaTheatre, an amphitheatre-style space celebrating water with a


full-spectrum of day and night options that includes professional diving and theatrical performances. Another spectacular feature will be the thrilling zip line suspended nine decks above Boardwalk, giving brave adventurers a birds-eye view of the action below as they speed through the air. The Pool & Sports Zone will be a fun-filled neighbourhood for all ages, taking up an entire deck with multiple pools, rock-climbing walls, ping pong, miniature golf, two FlowRiders and a basketball court. There is the H20 Zone where kids can enjoy an enormous octopus with water-spraying tentacles, plus a separate wading

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poor for smaller infants and toddlers. There is even a sports pool dedicated for laps and water sports and Royal Caribbean’s grandest Solarium yet, standing two decks high with its own bistro it is the perfect place for adults to relax. Oasis of the Seas is set to be the pride of the Royal Caribbean International fleet, making waves with its flamboyance and uniqueness. Following on from her launch there will be 7 night Eastern Caribbean sailings from December 2009 through to April 2010 with alternating 7 nights Eastern and 7 night Western Caribbean sailings beginning May 2010. 13

Extend your stay

in Europe and the Mediterranean Quite often the best cruise deals in the Mediterranean and Europe are reached by flying to a European city. Why not extend your stay and get the most out of your holiday by exploring the city your cruise ship departs from. This is also quite handy when flying from regional airports from around the UK where flight times don’t quite match up with cruise departure and arrival times. Also by adding on an extra night or two – it may mean you are not flying on peak days of the week and could reduce the cost of your flight.

Below are our top 5 most popular cruise ports in Europe main attractions from here on the Metro. You can buy a metro ticket for just 4 Euros riding for up to 6 hours to all of the main sights for this price. Whilst in Rome you must visit the Colosseum, The Roman Forum ruins (which is the old heart of the Roman Empire), the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and the Spanish Steps. All of these are easily reached by the metro. Civitavecchia Port is situated 50km north west of Rome. Roundtrip pre-booked transfers usually cost approx £120pp and (unlike many cruise specialists) we usually include these in the cost of your cruise holiday.

VENICE BARCELONA This is a great place to stay with lots of things to see and do for everyone. The airport is situated South along the coast from central Barcelona. The city centre can be reached in 25-30 minutes depending on traffic – taxis cost approx 25-30 Euros. The only place to stay is centrally as close to Las Ramblas area as possible. Las Ramblas is a 1.2 Km pedestrian avenue full of shops, bars and restaurants – this is the equivalent of Leicester Square in London. At the end of Las Ramblas is the monument to Christopher Columbus which marks the entrance to the Port area. The nearest cruise terminal is about 10 minutes walk from here & there are 7 cruise terminals in total. In fact the Blue Bus Shuttle departs from this monument and can take you directly to your ship for just 2 Euros.

A wonderful place to stay for style, scenery, history and romance. There are two airports for Venice - Marco Polo (approx 20 minutes drive) & Treviso (approx 1 hours drive). We recommend always using Marco Polo (used by BA, Aer Lingus, Easyjet & BMI) as it can sometimes be difficult to get a taxi driver to take you from Venice to Treviso airport. We would recommend two areas to stay in Venice. Piazalle Roma which is literally the end of the road for cars, taxis and buses. This terminus type square is also only 10 minutes walk from the cruise terminals plus restaurants and bars in this area are cheaper. The square is also very well connected to all areas of Venice by waterbus – which is the cheapest way of getting around

Sightseeing musts in Barcelona are the Sagrada Familia Cathedral - they started building this in 1882 and it is still not finished. To satisfy hubby perhaps try the Barcelona FC museum. There is also the Picasso Museum and the Magic Fountain of Mon Juic for Nightly light, water and Music extravaganza’s. The last thing to mention about Barcelona is Port Aventura theme park about an hour outside of Barcelona. This is Spain’s answer to Universal Studios or Walt Disney World in the States – with it’s shows, roller coaster rides and themed areas of the Med, Imperial China, Aztec Mexico, Wild West and Polynesian Jungles.

ROME There are two airports for Rome - Ciampino and Fiumicino. Fiumicino is likely to be the airport we use for our cruises – served by Easyjet and BA. Fiumicino is also known as Leonardo Da Vinci airport and is situated approx 16 miles from Rome City centre. Rome is an incredibly busy city and is more for those who want to see the sights. The best place to stay is as close to the train Terminal as possible as it is easy to get to all of the


watch the world go by. Top souvenirs would be Venetian Glass or the famous and incredibly flamboyant masks. There are lots of museums to visit and it’s a great place just to get lost and wander through the alleyways, over the bridges and by the canals – utterly charming. When the cruise ships are in a water bus connects Saint Marks Square to the cruise terminal. For those on a budget we even found a Burger King between Saint Marks Square and the Rialto Bridge!!!

AMSTERDAM We were utterly surprised when we visited Amsterdam – it was kind of like a bigger more modern version of Venice. With wonderful tree lined canals, picturesque buildings, great shops and very friendly locals. The Airport is situated 9 miles South West of Amsterdam and is easily reached by train which takes you to Central station (journey time 15 minutes). This is in the heart of Amsterdam and is only 5-10 minutes walk to the cruise terminal. We would recommend the 4 star Movenpick hotel at the cruise terminal or any hotels in the centre for longer stays to enjoy the excellent nightlife. Amsterdam city centre is contained within a series of interconnected concentric canal rings and so its great to explore the city by boat. Whilst in Amsterdam you must visit the red light district (of course just for a topic of conversation on your cruise), Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, Rijks museum and the Magere Brug for an iconic shot of the double leaf Dutch draw bridge connecting both sides of the River Amstel. Everything is within walking distance of central station or alternatively trams are a quicker way to get around.


(from here to the Rialto Bridge the cost is approx 5 Euros). It takes approx 30 minutes to travel by waterbus to the Rialto Bridge and it is a great introduction to the wonders of Venice. There are some great restaurants by the canal next to the Rialto Bridge. From the here you can walk through to the most famous part of Venice - Saint Marks Square (Piazza San Marco) which is our second choice for accommodation. The restaurants and bars lining Saint Marks Square are the most expensive; but whilst in Venice you must at least have a drink here to

Christopher Columbus airport is situated 6km from Genoa city centre passing the port on the way. This may be a bit of an obscure place to stay - but Genoa is steeped in history, has lots of low price cruises departing from here and is the gateway to the Italian Riviera including Portofino - just 15 miles away. Genoa is a dense and fascinating medieval warren of alleyways where Christopher Columbus grew up. Steeped in history Genoa has always been a city of merchants where tiny grocers, textile workshops, and bakeries jostle for position with boutiques, design outlets and goldsmiths. The rejuvenated Old Port area is a great place to stay with its celebrated architecture and lots of things to do. Perhaps explore the maze of narrow streets in the historic centre and marvel at the juxtaposition of late Renaissance style palaces next to humble houses on Via Garibaldi. This is a seventeenth century street with lots of museums and gardens to visit. Nightlife can be found along the waterfront, there are also two theatres, an opera house and even the Britannia Pub.




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The cruise for people who don’t do cruises Ask about our cruise and stay offers

Last season to sail on Ocean Village II

No Supplement to fly from Manchester

Mediterranean cruise sale from £599pp

East Med & Greek Isles cruise sale from £1079pp

Caribbean cruise sale from £1099pp

7 & 14 night fly-cruises aboard Ocean Village

14 night fly-cruises aboard Ocean Village II

15 night fly-cruises aboard Ocean Village







Itinerary 1: Fly to Majorca & transfer to port for 7 night cruise to La Goulette (Tunisia) • Naples (Pompeii) • Livorno (Florence/ Pisa) • Villefranche • Ajaccio (Corsica) • Palma. Fly home.

Itinerary 1: Fly to Crete. Transfer to Heraklion port for 14 nights cruise to Istanbul • Mytilene • Kusadasi • Athens • Rhodes • Crete • Split • Venice • Korcula (Croatia) • Corfu • Katakolon (Olympia) • Crete. Fly home.

Itinerary 1: Fly to Barbados. Transfer to port for 14 nights cruise to Tortola • St Maarten • St Kitts • Antigua • Dominica • Barbados • Tobago • Isla Marguerita • St Lucia • Grenada • St Vincent & the Grenadines • Barbados. Fly home overnight.

Itinerary 2: Fly to Crete. Transfer to Heraklion port for 14 nights cruise to • Split • Venice • Korcula (Croatia) • Corfu • Katakolon (Olympia) • Crete • Istanbul • Mytilene • Kusadasi • Athens • Rhodes • Crete. Fly home

Itinerary 2: Fly to Barbados. Transfer to port for 14 nights cruise to Tobago • Isla Marguerita • St Lucia • Grenada • St Vincent & the Grenadines • Barbados • Tortola • St Maarten • St Kitts • Antigua • Dominica • Barbados. Fly home overnight.

Itinerary 2: Fly to Majorca. Transfer to port for 7 nights cruise to La Goulette (Tunisia) • Rome • Genoa • St Raphael • Palamos • Palma. Fly home.

Tuesday Departures 2009 Interior Oceanview June from £599 £639 July from £639 £699 August from £699 £759 Sept from £629 £679 Oct from £599 £649 Perhaps combine both itineraries together for a comprehensive 14 night Med cruise. 2009 Interior Oceanview June from £919 £979 July from £999 £1119 Aug from £1079 £1149 Sept from £949 £1049 Oct from £869 £989

To book call: 0800 923 1603

Date 2 Jul 09 9 Jul 09 16 Jul 09 23 Jul 09 30 Jul 09 6 Aug 09 20 Aug 09 27 Aug 09

Itinerary 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1

Interior £1079 £1119 £1119 £1199 £1449 £1245 £1169 £1199

Oceanview £1199 £1319 £1239 £1325 £1579 £1359 £1299 £1299

Date 25 Nov 09 2 Dec 09 9 Dec 09 16 Dec 09 23 Dec 09 30 Dec 09 6 Jan 10 27 Jan 10 10 Feb 10

Itinerary 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2

Interior £1249 £1189 £1099 £1549 £1759 £1489 £1369 £1349 £1369

Oceanview £1369 £1299 £1219 £1659 £1875 £1599 £1479 £1459 £1479




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Eastern Med Treasures or Ultimate Caribbean BONUS UP TO $100 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT*



Greece – Egypt – Israel from £599pp

Caribbean Mega Ship from £769pp

10-11 night fly-cruises aboard Vision of the Seas

9-16 night fly-cruises aboard Liberty of the Seas ➤➤ BONUS UP TO $100 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT*



Unusual itineraries at a great price. These cruises make the perfect late Summer getaway to ports of call that are not included in regular Mediterranean cruise itineraries. Itinerary 1: Fly from London to Athens for 11 nights cruise to Limassol (Cyprus) • Haifa (Israel) • Ashdod (Israel) • Port Said (Cairo, Egypt) • Alexandria (Egypt) • Rhodes • Ephesus (Kusadasi) • Istanbul (overnight on board). Fly home. Itinerary 2: Fly from London to Istanbul for 10 nights cruise. Istanbul (overnight on board) • Ephesus (Kusadasi) • Rhodes • Haifa (Israel) • Ashdod (Israel) Port Said (Egypt) • Alexandria (Egypt) • Athens. Fly home. Itinerary 3: Fly from London to Athens for 10 nights cruise to Rhodes • Crete • Katakolon (Olympia) • Malta • Tunis • Malaga • Lisbon. Fly home. Date Itinerary Interior Oceanview 28 Sep 09 Itin 1 £769 £849 9 Oct 09 Itin 2 £699 £799 19 Oct 09 Itin 1 £769 £849 30 Oct 09 Itin 2 £699 £799 9 Nov 09 Itin 3 £599 £799 * On selected sailings & cabin grades.

Balcony £1459 £1299 £1299 £1299 £949

The only way to cruise the Caribbean is on one of the largest cruise ships afloat. The Liberty of the seas is sister ship to the popular and hugely successful Independence of the Seas. This ship is a destination in itself with a great range of eating places, bars & things to do - including an ice skating rink, water park, Flow rider surfing, Theatre, casino, nightclub, spa, rock climbing wall and much more. Try out one of the cantilever whirlpools with one of the best views on board, have a pint in the pub or be brave and have a go in Karaoke central. One of the best features on this ship is the Royal Promenade; this large indoor ‘shopping mall style’ thoroughfare is a great place to sit with a cup of tea and watch the world go by. You don’t have to be ultra sporty to get the adrenalin pumping on the Rock Climbing wall and the Flowrider (surfing) is easier than it looks plus incredibly exhilarating. East: Fly from London to Miami for overnight hotel stay Cruise 7 nights to Miami • St Maarten • San Juan • Labadee • Miami. Fly home overnight. West: Fly from London to Miami for overnight hotel stay. Cruise 7 nights Miami • Labadee • Ocho Rios (Jamaica) • Grand Cayman • Cozumel (Mexico) • Miami. Fly home overnight. West 2: Fly from London to Miami for overnight hotel stay. Cruise 7 nights Miami • Costa Maya (Mexico) • Belize • Cozumel (Mexico) • Miami. Fly home overnight.


Date Itinerary Interior Oceanview Balcony 28 Aug 09 East £899 £999 £1099 4 Sep 09 West £799 £899 £1049 11 Sep 09 East £769 £869 £899 18 Sep 09 West £799 £899 £959 25 Sep 09 East £799 £899 £999 2 Oct 09 West £899 £1099 £1199 9 Oct 09 East £799 £899 £1059 16 Oct 09 West £899 £959 £1299 23 Oct 09 East 2 £849 £899 £1099 31 Oct 09 West 2 £849 £899 £1059 7 Nov 09 West £949 £1149 £1199 14 Nov 09 West 2 £859 £949 £999 28 Nov 09 West 2 £899 £999 £1099 5 Dec 09 West £849 £1099 £1199 Perhaps combine 2 itineraries together to make an incredible 14 night cruise. Date Interior Oceanview Balcony 28 Aug 09 £1199 £1399 £1699 4 Sep 09 £1159 £1399 £1599 11 Sep 09 £1159 £1299 £1469 18 Sep 09 £1199 £1399 £1499 25 Sep 09 £1259 £1549 £1699 2 Oct 09 £1259 £1399 £1799 9 Oct 09 £1259 £1399 £1859




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Summer & Winter 2009 Choices No need to fly cruise from Harwich

BONUS UP TO $150 per cabin ON BOARD CREDIT Complete Australia from £1459pp

Scandinavia & Russia from £799pp

14-39 night fly-cruises aboard Rhapsody of the Seas

12 night no-fly cruises aboard Jewel of the Seas ➤➤ No need to fly cruise from Harwich

➤➤ BONUS UP TO $150 per cabin ON BOARD CREDIT

Itinerary 1: Cruise 12 nights from Harwich to Copenhagen (Denmark) • Stockholm (Sweden) • Helsinki (Finland) • St Petersburg (Russia, overnight) • Tallinn (Estonia) • Oslo (Norway) • Harwich.

Who can resist such exquisite itineraries. Whether it is a short break to catch the wonders of the Barrier Reef or do Australia in one go – these cruises have to be the only way to visit down-under.

Itinerary 2: Cruise 12 nights from Harwich to Le Havre (Paris) • Cherbourg (France) • Cork (Ireland) • Dublin (Ireland) • Greenock (Glasgow) • Geiranger (Norway) • Flåm (Norway) • Alesund (Norway) • Bergen (Norway) • Harwich.

North Australia: Fly over night to Sydney. 2 night hotel stay. Cruise 17 nights to Brisbane • Hamilton Island (Whitsundays) • Cairns • Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) • Darwin • Broome • Exmouth • Perth (Fremantle). Fly home overnight.

Date Itinerary Interior Oceanview 10 Jun 09 1 £829 £1179 22 Jun 09 2 £799 £1229 4 Jul 09 1 £1089 £1649 16 Jul 09 1 £1089 £1329 28 Jul 09 1 £1039 £1179 9 Aug 09 1 £989 £1149 21 Aug 09 1 £929 £1059 Call for promotional fares for over 55yrs cruisers.

South Australia: Fly over night to Perth. 2 night hotel stay. Cruise 18 nights to Bunbury • Albany • Adelaide • Melbourne • Burnie (Tasmania) • Hobart (Tasmania) • Milford Sound (New Zealand) • Doubtful Sound • Dusky Sound • Dunedin (New Zealand) • Christchurch (New Zealand) • Wellington (New Zealand) • Sydney. Fly home overnight.

Balcony £1559 £1319 £1649 £1649 £1669 £1929 £1549

Australia Circumnavigation: For the complete Australia and New Zealand adventure combine both the North & South itineraries together to make one incredible cruise with 2 nights stay in Sydney. Barrier Reef: Fly from London to Sydney for 3 nights hotel stay. Cruise 11 nights to Hamilton Island (Whitsundays) • Cairns • Cooktown • Willis Island • Brisbane • Sydney. Fly home overnight.

To book call: 0800 923 1603

Australia In One Go



TIPS  arwich in Essex can be reached H from the M25 Via the A12 or the M11 via the A120. Also by train from Liverpool Street station in London. If you go to Ocho Rios In Jamaica, you must visit the Dunns River Falls & Blue Mountain Coffee makes a great souvenir from Jamaica.  isas are required before you travel to Australia V or New Zealand.  hen visiting Alexandria in Egypt look out for W day trips to Cairo and the Pyramids.

Date Itinerary Nights Interior 2009 14 Oct Australia 21 £1849 North 31 Oct Australia 23 £1959 South 14 Oct Circum 39 £2799 Navigation 17 Nov Barrier 14 £1459 Reef 27 Nov Barrier 14 £1459 Reef 7 Dec Barrier 14 £1749 Reef * On selected sailings & cabin grades.

Ocean view £2199
















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Something Different FREE UPGRADE TO BALCONY CABIN* Toronto and Niagara Falls from £899pp

Hong Kong – India – UK from £4249pp

10-11 night cruise & stay aboard Queen Mary 2

47 night stay & cruise aboard Queen Victoria


➤➤ Complimentary 3 night hotel stay in Hong Kong

➤➤ ADD ON EXTRA NIGHTS IN New York from only £79pp

➤➤ Save up to 27% off Current Cunard prices

Our unique package has been well received by our cruisers and seems to have gained recognition by Cunard. Following on from our success of this great offer Cunard have now featured a similar stay and cruise holiday in their 2010 brochure – BUT with prices starting from £1900 for an interior stateroom!!! Our exciting offer combines 4 nights hotel stay in Toronto with a trip to Niagara Falls and a 6 night classic Trans Atlantic crossing from New York to Southampton on the Queen Mary 2. Fly direct from Gatwick to Toronto for 4 nights hotel stay in a centrally located hotel. Toronto has a great range of shops (the undercover Eaton Centre is a must) and excellent restaurants – we recommend the Spaghetti Factory. No visit to Toronto is complete without a visit to the CN Tower with panoramic views over the city and across Lake Ontario towards the distant plumes of Niagara Falls. An escorted coach tour is included to Niagara Falls with free time to explore Niagara, a stop at the Whirlpool rapids, a journey through picturesque Niagara on the Lake and stop at a winery. Plus a trip on the famous Maid of the Mist.


Save up to 27% off Current Cunard prices

At the end of your Toronto stay fly direct to New York where you will join the Queen Mary 2 for a 6 night sailing back to Southampton. Departing from New York is memorable as you pass the Statue of Liberty and the picturesque New York skyline fades into the distance behind the wake of the ship. Sailing on the Queen Mary 2 is an experience in itself without the interruptions of ports of call. Time to rest, relax, a spot of self appreciation and absolute self indulgence. We recommend extra nights in New York For the shopping fanatics. Remember if you are sailing back to Southampton from New York – with no flights home your luggage weight is not restricted and is only limited to what you can fit in your stateroom. A great opportunity for some unique purchases! The itinerary operates in reverse with Westbound cruises from Southampton to New York and an overnight flight home from Toronto. Date Itinerary Inside 13 Jun 09 West* £1199 19 Aug 09 East £1099 29 Aug 09 West* £1249 5 Oct 09 East* £1149 1 Nov 09 East £899 11 Nov 09 West* £999 * On selected departures

Balcony £1199 £1249 £1249 £1149 £999 £999

This offer is brought to you as part of the 2010 world cruise and gives you the opportunity to experience the Orient, India, Middle east and a transit through the Suez canal without the need to worry about flying home. We have added on a 3 night hotel stay in Hong Kong as we feel this is one of the most exciting cities to visit in the Far East. Hong Kong has an incredibly efficient subway system and presents an excellent way to get around. Hong Kong Island is a great place to stay with the relative calm of Causeway Bay area and its impressive shopping centre to the bright lights and naughty nightlife area of Wan Chai. Then on to the busy Central and Admiralty business areas with its frantic High rise skyscrapers, Hong Kong Park and tram to Victoria Peak. A must for any Westerner is a visit to the trendy and sophisticated Lan Kwai Fong western nightlife area for its restaurants and Bars and a spot of people watching. On the far side of the island you can visit the Jumbo floating Chinese restaurant – reached by taxi.

Your stay on Hong Kong Island gives you the chance to visit Kowloon across the bay either by subway or the iconic and classic Star Ferry. Just off to the right of the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Kowloon and the famous Nathan Road is the Ocean terminal. You must visit the museums here and the incredible markets such as – the separate market places for jade, fish, flowers, electronic goods and general street market. Fly overnight from Heathrow to Hong Kong for a 3 night hotel stay on Hong Kong Island. Cruise from Hong Kong for 43 nights to Shanghai • Hanoi (Vietnam) • Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) • Ko Samui (Thailand) • Singapore • Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) • Phuket (Thailand) • Cochin (India ) • Mumbai (India) • Muscat (Oman) • Dubai • Salalah (Oman) • Aqaba (Jordan) • Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt) • Suez canal (Transit) • Port Said • Athens • Rome • Southampton.

Date Inside Oceanview Balcony Princess Grill Suite Queens Grill Suite 7 March 10 £4249 £4599 £5399 £9999 £11999 NB: Visas and vaccinations are required prior to travelling- Costs not included.




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Winter Cruising at its best BEST SELLER


Caribbean Queen Mary 2 from £999pp

Southampton to Dubai from £1869pp

13-21 night cruise ➤➤ BEST SELLER ➤➤ Huge reductions on Christmas cruise This is our top selling Caribbean cruise for this Winter with prices starting from less than £1000 and combined with an exciting stay in New York. Plus look out for the extra reductions we have just made for the Christmas cruise. You can’t help but have utter satisfaction and smugness when sailing around the Caribbean on the Queen Mary 2 - when moored next to other ships (due to her size & classic red, black and white colours). The promenade deck towers above those of other cruise ships moored alongside. A cruise on board the Queen Mary 2 can be as formal or as casual as you like. With so many dining options the choice is yours. The great thing about Cunard and the Queen Mary 2 is that the service, quality and a choice of food seem to be better compared to other ships. If you like a real home away from home then this ship is the one for you with afternoon tea, tea on tap 24 hours a day, great curries & excellent roasts with all the trimmings. We are particularly impressed with the quality and range of food served in each of the four Kings Court restaurants with food available 24 hours a day. You must also try out the Al fresco Boardwalk café on the top deck for great burgers, hot dogs and salads. Date 11 Nov 09 15 Nov 09 29 Nov 09 9 Dec 09 19 Dec 09

Nights 21 16 12 12 17

Inside £1699 £1299 £1049 £999 £1799

Because Cunard was part of a bygone era of ocean travel, there is a lot of history and sense of celebrity behind the name which you are automatically part of when you take a cruise. Considering all of this when you are cruising the Caribbean and visiting New York – this represents an unbeatable holiday! 21 nights: Cruise from Southampton to the Caribbean for 19 nights calling at Cristobal (Panama Canal) • Curacao • Grenada • Barbados • St Kitts • Tortola • New York. An overnight hotel stay in New York gives you almost 2 full shopping & sightseeing days before you fly home overnight. 16 nights: Fly to New York. 2 Night Hotel stay. Cruise 13 nights from New York to Cristobal (Panama Canal) • Curacao • Grenada • Barbados • St Kitts • Tortola • New York. Fly home overnight. 12 nights: Fly to New York. Overnight hotel stay. Cruise 10 nights from New York to St Maarten • Barbados • Grenada • St Lucia • St Thomas • New York. Fly home overnight. 17 nights: Fly to New York. Overnight hotel stay. Cruise 15 nights from New York to Grand Turk • Tortola • Curacao • Grenada • Barbados • St Lucia • Dominica • St Kitts • St Thomas • New York. Fly home overnight.

Oceanview £1899 £1399 £1149 £1059 £2299

To book call: 0800 923 1603

Save up to 21% of current Cunard prices

Balcony £1999 £1459 £1199 £1099 £2099

20 night cruise & stay aboard Queen Mary 2 ➤➤ Complimentary 3 night hotel stay in Dubai ➤➤ Save up to 21% of current Cunard prices This exclusive offer is brought to you as the first leg of the world cruise. Be part of the fanfare when the Queen Mary 2 sets off on her world voyage from Southampton without having to pay the full £10,500 and up for the full 101 night world cruise. This cruise gives you the unique experience of visiting Egypt, transit the Suez Canal plus a stay in the most popular holiday destination – Dubai. Cruise from Southampton for 16 nights to Lisbon • Rome • Port Said • Suez Canal • Safaga (Egypt) • Muscat(Oman) • Dubai. Transfer to the 4* Al Hamra Fort hotel for 3 nights stay. Transfer to airport for overnight flight home. Date

Inside Ocean Balcony Princess Queens view Grill Suite Grill Suite 11 Jan 10 £1869 £2499 £2499 £4399 £5199 NB: Visas and vaccinations are required prior to travelling Costs not included.

Queens Grill Suite £4699 £2999 £2399 £2399 £6499




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The Cool of Summer or the Heat of Winter! Add on 3 extra nights in Las Vegas from only £249pp

Extend your stay in San Francisco from £69pp per night

4★ Caribbean Cruise from £699pp

Alaska offer of the year from £1099*

9 night fly-cruise aboard Crown Princess

12 night fly-cruise aboard Sea Princess

➤➤ Add on 3 extra nights in Las Vegas from only £249pp

➤➤ Add on 3 extra nights in Las Vegas from only £249pp

How about this for a quick getaway this Winter. An incredible low price on a great ship. This ship is slightly bigger than the Golden Princess with an equally impressive range of facilities and entertainment. Fly from London to Miami. Overnight hotel stay. Cruise 7 nights on the Crown Princess from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Cayman • Roatan (Honduras) • Cozumel (Mexico) • Bahamas • Fort Lauderdale. (Friday departures) Date 6 Nov 09 13 Nov 09 20 Nov 09 27 Nov 09 4 Dec 09 18 Dec 09 25 Dec 09 8 Jan 10 29 Jan 10 5 Feb 10 12 Feb 10 5 Mar 10 19 Mar 10


Alaska offer of the year

Interior Oceanview Balcony £729 £799 £929 £699 £799 £899 £879 £959 £1099 £789 £859 £999 £779 £849 £999 £1259 £1399 £1499 £1369 £1499 £1649 £799 £899 £999 £849 £929 £1049 £859 £959 £1049 £899 £959 £1099 £899 £959 £1099 £899 £959 £1099

Suite 999 999 1249 1149 1149 1749 1859 1149 1149 1159 1199 1199 1199

➤➤ Extend your stay in San Francisco from £69pp per night The Sea Princess has reached the height of popularity in the UK having been based in Southampton during the summer for the past couple of years. This year this popular ship is in San Francisco where Brits can continue to enjoy the great range of facilities on offer such as: 4 pools, 5 hot tubs, 8 bars, 5 eateries, casino, theatre, nightclub, spa, fitness centre, kids clubs and more. San Francisco is an exciting city - the hub of which is situated around vibrant Union Square with its cosmopolitan shops and international hotels. From here the cable car will take you up over the hill past China Town to Fisherman’s Wharf area and Pier 39. The Coit Tower provides an excellent vantage point. Take a stroll in the Golden Gate Park – taking tea in the Japanese Garden and end up at the beach for a great lunch overlooking the Pacific. For a

more local feel visit the Castro and hippy Haight Ashbury for some vintage shopping. Fly from London to San Francisco. Overnight hotel stay and cruise 10 nights to Ketchikan • Juneau • Skagway • Tracy Arm • Victoria & San Francisco. Fly home overnight. Date Interior Oceanview Balcony Suite 12 Jun 09 £1099 £1399 £1749 £2559 22 Jun 09 £1159 £1449 £1799 £2659 2 Jul 09 £1359 £1599 £1999 £2799 12 Jul 09 £1349 £1649 £1999 £2799 22 Jul 09 £1349 £1649 £1999 £2799 1 Aug 09 £1359 £1649 £1999 £2799 11 Aug 09 £1399 £1699 £1999 £2899 21 Aug 09 £1299 £1599 £1999 £2799 31 Aug 09 £1099 £1749 *£30pp Alaska environment tax added at time of booking.




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Visit the Falklands

Add 3 extra Nights In Las Vegas from only £249pp

South America & Antarctica from £1499pp

Hawaiian Islands Classic from £1099pp

15-19 night fly-cruises aboard Star Princess

➤➤ Add 3 extra Nights In Las Vegas from only £249pp

16 night fly-cruise aboard Golden Princess


This is now one of our classic cruises having been as popular as the Caribbean with our members. Considering haw far away the Hawaiian Islands are it is not surprising that you have found this deal to be unmissable.

If you have already enjoyed one of our Caribbean or Hawaiian cruises in the Winter – then these cruises should be a natural progression particularly for the intrepid explorer. These cruises would also appeal to those of you who have enjoyed or like the idea of visiting Northern Europe. With similar temperatures and impressive breathtaking scenery – I am sure you will agree. The only difference being that these cruises are more exotic and impressive. Cape Horn 1: Fly overnight from London Santiago for overnight hotel stay. Transfer to port. Cruise 14 nights from Valparaiso to Punta Arenas • Ushuaia • Cape Horn • Port Stanley (Falklands) • Montevideo • Buenos Aries • Rio De Janeiro. Fly home overnight.

At 109,000 tonnes the Golden Princess is a modern American super liner and has just undergone refurbishment this spring. There are 4 swimming pools (1 covered), 9 whirlpools, spa with thermal suite, gym, 7 places to eat for a range of flexible dining options, 9 bars, theatre, nightclub, casino, great range of children’s facilities, internet café and more. Cape Horn 2: Fly overnight from London Santiago for overnight hotel stay. Transfer to port. Cruise 14 nights from Valparaiso to Puerto Montt • Punta Arenas • Ushuaia • Cape Horn • Port Stanley (Falklands) • Montevideo • Buenos Aries. Fly home overnight. Antarctica: Fly overnight from London Buenos Aries for overnight hotel stay. Transfer to port. Cruise 16 nights to Elephant Island • Deception Island • Gerlache Strait • South Shetland Island • Cape Horn • Ushuaia • Punta Arenas • Port Stanley (Falklands) • Montevideo • Buenos Aries. Fly home overnight. Date Nights Itinerary Interior Balcony 6 Dec 09 17 Cape Horn 1 £1499 £1999 20 Dec 09 17 Cape Horn 1* £1899 £2499 3 Jan 10 15 Cape Horn 2 £1499 £2049 15 Jan 10 19 Antarctica £1699 £2299 31 Jan 10 19 Antarctica £1699 £2299 16 Feb 10 15 Cape Horn 2 * £1549 £1999 * Itinerary operates in reverse.

To book call: 0800 923 1603

The Las Vegas add on works perfectly with the itinerary as you can fly via Las Vegas on the way out or break the journey on the way back. The flight between Las Vegas and Los Angeles only takes approx 45 minutes! Fly from London to Los Angeles. Overnight hotel stay. Cruise 14 nights to Hilo • Honolulu • Kauai • Lahaina, Ensenada (Mexico) • Los Angeles. Fly home overnight. Date 26 Sep 09 10 Oct 09 24 Oct / 7, 21 Nov 5 Dec 09 19 Dec 09 2 Jan 10 16 Jan 10 30 Jan 10 13 Feb 10 27 Feb 10 13 Mar 10 27 Mar 10

Interior Oceanview Balcony Suite £1199 £1359 £1599 £1149 £1359 £1599 £1899 £1099


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£1659 £1299 £1299 £1399 £1399 £1399 £1399 £1359

£1999 £1549 £1549 £1659 £1659 £1659 £1659 £1599

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Summer 2009 Cruises BONUS $75 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT*


5★ Scandinavia & Russia from £899pp 12 night fly-cruises aboard Celebrity Century ➤➤ BONUS $75 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT* ➤➤ ADD ON EXTRA NIGHTS IN AMSTERDAM FROM ONLY £99pp

This has been one of our best selling Scandinavian cruises this year. Save time – cut out the North Sea crossing and fly to Amsterdam. We believe this is a great way to see Scandinavia without using too much holiday time up. These cruises are more convenient with centrally located airports rather than the more remote UK ports of departure. They are particularly great for people wishing to fly direct from regional airports such as Liverpool, Edinburgh, Bristol and Belfast.** Sweden & Russia 1: Fly to Amsterdam. Cruise 12 nights to Warnemunde (Berlin) • Stockholm (Sweden) • Helsinki (Finland) • St Petersburg (Russia, overnight) – Tallinn (Estonia) • Copenhagen • Amsterdam. Fly home. Sweden & Russia 2: Fly to Amsterdam. Cruise 12 nights to Stockholm (overnight) • Helsinki (Finland) • St Petersburg (Russia, overnight) • Tallinn (Estonia) • Copenhagen • Amsterdam. Fly home. Norway & Arctic: Fly to Amsterdam. Cruise 12 nights to Alesund • Arctic Circle (cruising) • Tromsø (Norway) • Honnigsvag • Molde • Geiranger • Olden • Bergen • Amsterdam. Fly home. Date Itinerary Inside Outside Balcony 26 Jun 09 Itin 3 £1299 £1569 £1799 08 Jul 09 Itin 3 £1399 £1549 £1699 20 Jul 09 Itin 1 £959 £1459 £1999 1 Aug 09* Itin 1 £899 £1149 £1699 13 Aug 09 Itin 1 £1149 £1299 £1599 25 Aug 09 Itin 1 £1069 £1329 £1489 **Available at a supplement and an overnight hotel stay in Amsterdam may be required. * On 1st Aug on selected cabin grades.



5★ Mediterranean – A taste of everything from £949pp 12 night fly cruises aboard Celebrity Summit ➤➤ BONUS $100 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT* This comprehensive itineraries gives you a taste of everything including: Greece, Venice, Rome, Spain, Croatia and the South of France. Spain Venice: Fly from London direct to Barcelona. Cruise 12 nights to Villefranche (Nice) • Livorno (Pisa / Florence) • Rome • Naples • Santorini • Athens • Dubrovnik • Venice (overnight on board). Fly home. Venice & Spain: Fly from London direct to Venice. Board ship for 12 nights including overnight on board in Venice • Split (Croatia) • Athens • Santorini • Naples • Rome • Livorno (Pisa / Florence) • Villefranche (Nice) • Barcelona. Fly home. Date Itinerary Inside Outside 15 Jun 09 Venice - Spain £1149 £full 27 Jun 09 Spain - Venice £1159 £1199 9 Jul 09 Venice - Spain £1129 £1159 21 Jul 09 Spain - Venice £1199 £1249 2 Aug 09 Venice - Spain £1279 £1329 14 Aug 09 Spain - Venice £1089 £1249 26 Aug 09 Venice - Spain £949 £1049 7 Sep 09 Spain - Venice £1099 £1299 * On 26th Aug for selected cabin grades.

Balcony £full £1599 £1549 £1459 £1649 £1499 £1299 £1649




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Lowest priced Panama Canal cruise on the market

Eastbound 2: Overnight hotel stay in San Diego. Cruise 14 nights to San Diego • Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) • Acapulco • Huatulco • Puntarenas (Costa Rica) • Panama Canal (cruising) • Cristobal • Cartagena (Columbia) • Fort Lauderdale. Fly home overnight from Miami.

TIPS In Las Vegas you don’t have to be staying in the hotels to enjoy the attractions on offer.

5★ Panama Canal Selection from £1099pp 16-18 night fly-cruises aboard Celebrity Infinity ➤➤ BONUS $75 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT* ➤➤ ADD ON 3 EXTRA NIGHTS LAS VEGAS FROM ONLY £249PP We have re-run this offer as we have negotiated lower prices and bonus onboard credit since last month. If you have done the Med and done the Caribbean – then it’s time to progress onto a scenic Panama Canal cruise. These cruises give you the chance to experience both the Atlantic and Pacific sides to the United states plus an awe inspiring journey through the Panama Canal from one side to another. As you go through take some impressive pictures and learn about this modern wonder of the world. Fly from London and choose from one of the following: Eastbound 1: Overnight hotel stay in Seattle. Cruise 16 nights to San Diego • Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) • Acapulco • Huatulco • Puntarenas (Costa Rica) • Panama Canal (cruising) • Cristobal • Cartagena (Columbia) • Fort Lauderdale. Fly home overnight from Miami. Westbound 1: Overnight hotel stay in Miami. Cruise 14 nights to Cartagena (Columbia) • Panama Canal (cruising) • Puntarenas (Costa Rica) • Huatulco • Acapulco • Puerto Vallarta • Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) San Diego. Fly home overnight.

To book call: 0800 923 1603

Westbound 2: Overnight hotel stay in Miami. Cruise 14 nights to Grand Cayman • Cartagena (Columbia) • Panama Canal (cruising) • Puntarenas (Costa Rica) • Huatulco • Acapulco • Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) San Diego. Fly home overnight.



 heck out page 14 for extending your stay in C either Barcelona, Venice or Amsterdam.

Date Itinerary Nights Inside Outside Balcony 2009 24 Sep Eastbound 1 18 £1349 £1499 £1749 10 Oct Westbound 1 16 £1099 £1299 £1549 24 Oct Eastbound 2 16 £1199 £1299 £1549 7 Nov Westbound 2 16 £1149 £1299 £1549 ** On selected sailings and cabin grades.




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Summer bargains this year and next Be the first to cruise on MSC Splendida

Early Booking Offer

Inaugural Med Party Cruise from £399pp

Scandinavia & Russia from £799pp

Greek Islands early booking offer from £699pp

4 night fly-cruise aboard MSC Splendida

11 night cruises from the UK aboard MSC Opera

7 night fly-cruises aboard MSC Musica

➤➤ Exclusive offer

➤➤ Highest Available stateroom offer

➤➤ Exclusive Offer

This new itinerary has just been released ahead of its official naming ceremony on 11th July. This represents a great opportunity to experience this – the most talked about class of ship (sister to the current MSC Fantasia) MSC’s biggest at 133,000 tonnes. Also if you are on a tight budget this year this cruise packs a lot in during the 4 night duration more so than any other short break cruise we have seen. Be among the first to travel on this wonderful new ship.

No need to fly - cruise from Dover. Unlike many Scandinavian cruises the MSC itineraries from Dover tend to sell quickly each year as they are competitively priced compared to other cruise lines. We particularly like these itineraries as they include three of the most exciting ports of call in the Baltic – Copenhagen, St Petersburg and Amsterdam.

Another great early booking offer for next year. MSC seem have some of the best itineraries packing lots in and this one is no exception. We like this one as the itinerary begins and ends in Venice which has probably one of the best sailaways in the world as the ship sails up the Grand canal past St Marks Square. Also unusually this itinerary includes an overnight stop to one of the most cosmopolitan party capitals of the Greek islands – Mykonos!

Facilities on board include: 4 swimming pools (one covered), 9 whirlpools, spa & fitness centre, comprehensive children’s facilities, 4D cinema, F1 simulator, French restaurant, Tex Mex, 2 buffet restaurants, La Cantina Toscana, 2 further restaurants, Cappuccino coffee bar, nightclub, theatre, casino, numerous lounges & bars, plus much more. Fly from London to Lisbon. Cruise for 4 nights to Gibraltar • Palma • Marseilles • Barcelona. Fly home. Date 7 Jul 09


Highest Available stateroom offer

Interior £399

Oceanview £459

Balcony £499

In addition to these great prices Jetline members will receive the highest available grade of stateroom in each of the categories shown below at the time of booking. After several years of operating cruises from Dover, MSC Cruises has introduced on top of her traditional cuisine , tailored gastronomic specialities to meet the needs of the UK passenger in her food and beverage offerings. Cruise 11 nights from Dover to Rostock (Germany) • Stockholm • Helsinki • St Petersburg (Russia) • Copenhagen • Amsterdam • Dover. Date 23 May 10 17 July 10

Interior £799 £899

Oceanview £999 £1029

Balcony £1229 £1249

Check out our exclusive prices where we have negotiated an extra £100pp off the current brochure offers to get the prices shown below until 22nd June! Fly from London to Venice on a Sunday. Cruise 7 nights to Bari (Italy) • Corfu • Athens • Mykonos (overnight) • Santorini • Olympia (Katakolon, Greece) • Dubrovnik • Venice. Fly home. Date April 2010 May 2010

Interior £699 £789

Oceanview £869 £919

Balcony £949 £999




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Great Cruises from MSC Low priced school holiday cruise

Including 1 day Safari tour

Exclusive Offer

August Bank Holiday Special from £599pp

South Africa & Indian Ocean from £1999pp

9 night fly-cruises aboard MSC Poesia

19 night fly-cruise aboard MSC Sinfonia


➤➤ Including 1 day Safari tour

➤➤ Exclusive Offer The 90,000 tonne MSC Poesia is only a year old and having sailed on this ship we were impressed with the range of facilities and the intriguing décor. The MSC Poesia seems to flow very well in so far that it is easy to find your way around with one area leading to another. Her facilities include: 2 swimming pools, 4 whirlpools, 2 pool bars, Kids facilities and splash pool, 4 restaurants, sushi bar, wine bar, 2 large entertainment lounges, theatre, night club, casino, 5 further bars and more. Get your holiday off to an immediate start without the need to fly and cruise from Dover. Take advantage of the extra day off work for Bank holiday and perhaps take the kids for the tail end of the school holidays on this low cost high season early booking bargain.

Fly from London to Durban overnight. Stay for 3 nights in a beach hotel (B&B basis). Included is a 1 day Safari tour to see the big 5. Transfer to port for 14 night cruise from Durban to Port Louis (overnight, Mauritius) • Pointe Des Galets (Reunion Islands) • Nosy Bé (Madagascar) • Mayotte Island (Commores) • Maputo (Mozambique) • Portugese Island (Mozambique) • Durban. Transfer to airport for overnight flight home. Interior Oceanview £1999 £2359

Regional flights available at a supplement

 se the train from London Bridge U or National Express Coaches to get to Dover. Stay an extra night in Venice – see page 14.

Another unique cruise itinerary and a rare opportunity to cruise the Indian Ocean.

Date 14 Mar 10


Kids under 18 cruise for free. They pay for flights and port taxes (when sharing with 2 full fare paying adults).

Balcony £3099

Cruise 9 nights from Dover to La Coruna (Spain) • Malaga • Tunis • Dubrovnik • Venice. Fly home to Gatwick. Date 24 Aug 10

Interior Oceanview £599 £699

Balcony £769

To book call: 0800 923 1603 Prices are from. Prices are per person based on two sharing and are subject to availability. Tips, transfers, drinks, excursions and selected personal activities on board are extra. 2% Credit card charge. ABTA J1693, agent for ATOL 6153.




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European no-fly cruise sale from £299pp BONUS UP TO £150 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT*



P&O Summer 2009 Cruises from £299pp 2-18 night cruises ➤➤ BONUS UP TO £150 PER CABIN ON BOARD CREDIT* ➤➤ NO NEED TO FLY CRUISE FROM SOUTHAMPTON As the Summer roles on - so do these unbeatable offers from P&O. These are extremely low prices and continue to offer some of the best bargains to be had in the market place. Prices and availability are changing daily. P&O have the largest fleet of ships dedicated solely to the British market. As the Brits love a cuppa P&O are the only cruise line to have tea and coffee available in your stateroom. P&O have their dining arrangements on board organised into 4 categories. Club dining available on all ships with Silver Service. This is organised over 2 sittings and is a great way to meet people and make friends. Freedom Dining is for those of you who want the same quality and silver service as Club dining but love the Freedom of choosing when to eat and with whom. Select Dining available on all ships are for speciality restaurants where a cover charge is payable and gives an enhanced option for anyone either on Club or Freedom dining. Finally Casual Dining – for self service buffet anytime dining available on all ships. SHORT BREAK CRUISES Norwegian Fjords: 7 Night cruise from Southampton to Bergen • Andalsnes • Romsdalfjord • Olden • Nordfjord • Stavanger • Southampton. Bank Holiday Break: 2 nights cruise from Southampton to Bruges • Southampton. Date Ship Nights Itinerary Interior Balcony 2009 26 Jun Ventura 7 Norwegian £599 £949 Fjords 30 Aug Ventura 2 Bank Holiday £299 £399 Break


NORTHERN EUROPE CRUISES Scandinavia & Russia 1: 14 night cruise from Southampton to Bremerhaven (Germany) • Oslo • Copenhagen • Aarhus (Denmark) • Amsterdam • Zeebrugge (Bruges) • Southampton. Iceland & Greenland: 18 night cruise from Southampton to Cobh (Ireland) • Dublin • Qaqortoq (Greenland) • Nuuk (Greenland) • Reykjavik (Iceland) • Akureyri (Iceland) • Aalesund • Olden • Bergen • Stavanger • Southampton. Iceland & Fjords: 18 night cruise from Southampton to Bruges • Stavanger • Eidfjord • Bergen • Alesund • Akureyri (Iceland) • Reykjavik (Iceland) • Dublin • Cork • Southampton. Scandinavia & Russia: 14 night cruise from Southampton to Oslo • Gdansk (Poland) • Stockholm • Tallinn (Estonia) • St Petersburg (Russia - overnight) • Helsinki • Copenhagen • Southampton. Date Ship Nights Itinerary Interior Balcony 2009 20 Jun Arcadia 10 Scandinavia £899 29 Jun Oriana 18 Iceland £899 £full & Greenland 16 Jul Arcadia 15 Iceland £799 £1599 & Fjords 7 Aug Arcadia 14 Scandinavia £1299 £1979 & Russia * On selected Aug 2009 cruises.

MEDITERRANEAN CRUISES Sardinia & Med: 14 night cruise from Southampton to Vigo • Lisbon • Palma • Alghero (Sardinia) • Rome • Monte Carlo • Barcelona • Gibraltar • Southampton. Venice & Greece: 16 night cruise from Southampton to Almeria • Dubrovnik • Venice • Split (Croatia) • Corfu • Zante • Gibraltar • Southampton. Classic Med: 14 night cruise from Southampton to Cadiz • Barcelona • Cannes • Livorno (Pisa / Florence) • Rome • Cartagena • Gibraltar • Southampton. Corsica & Med: 14 night cruise from Southampton to Barcelona • Villefranche • Ajaccio (Corsica) • Rome • Naples • Alicante • Gibraltar • Southampton. Date Ship Nights 2009 27 Jun Oceana 14


Sardinia & Med 30 Jun Arcadia 16 Venice & Greece 17 Jul Ventura 14 Corsica & Med 31 Jul Ventura 16 Venice & Greece 16 Aug Ventura 14 Classic Med * On selected August 2009 cruises.

Interior Balcony £899




£1049 £1529

£1249 £2283






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Freestyle Cruising Options NO FLYING CRUISE FROM THE UK

Summer School Holiday Bargains

Scandinavia & Russia from £749pp

Mediterranean Cruises from £899pp

12 night cruises from the UK aboard Norwegian Jewel

The Norwegian Jade is sister ship to the Norwegian Jewel with an equally impressive range of places to eat as part of its well known freestyle approach to cruising. These offers are perhaps the lowest we have seen for high season Med cruises from the UK & they won’t last for long!

14 night cruises from the UK aboard Norwegian Jade

The Norwegian Jewel is a bright ship with a great range of places to eat. You must try the Teppenyaki restaurant for Asian Fusion style food cooked at your table as the chef entertains you with his artistic flair while cooking. The main dining room at the back of the ship is equally impressive and you must try the Grand Bistro French Restaurant. This ship is just over 93,000 tonnes. The main pool area is very inviting and we particularly liked the Spinnaker Lounge with its quirky chairs and the separate male and female thermal suites. Cruise 12 nights from Dover • Copenhagen • Warnemunde (Berlin) • Tallinn (Estonia) • St Petersburg (Russia, overnight) • Helsinki • Stockholm • Dover Date 9 Jul 09 21 Jul 09 2 Aug 09 14 Aug 09 26 Aug 09 7 Sep 09

Inside £749 £789 £959 £919 £879 £1089

Oceanview £849 £889 £1099 £1069 £979 £1189

Canada In One go

Balcony £1019 £1019 £1449 £1359 £1359 £1519

Cruise 14 nights from Southampton • Malaga • Barcelona (overnight) Cannes • Livorno (Florence / Pisa) • Civitavecchia (Rome) • Gibraltar • Lisbon • Vigo • Southampton.

28 Jun 09 12 Jul 09 26 Jul 09 9 Aug 09


£899 £939 £989 £959


£FULL £1015 £1059 £1119


£FULL £1429 £1419 £1439

Toronto – Niagara Falls – Rockies & Alaska from £1649pp 14 night stay and cruise holiday aboard Norwegian Sun To make the most of your precious holiday time and the flights to Canada our Complete Canada package brings together the highlights of Canada. Fly from the UK direct to Toronto for a 3 night hotel stay in this vibrant city. Toronto is known as the New York of Canada; the shops here are incredible (such as the Eaton centre) and so are the restaurants – don’t miss the Spaghetti Factory. A visit to the CN Tower is a must for panoramic views across the city and across the lake to the distant plumes of Niagara Falls. Your 3 day stay includes a full day sightseeing coach tour to Niagara Falls, included is a trip on the famous Maid of the Mist. There is time to shop and a visit to the observation deck overlooking the mighty whirlpool rapids. Your return to Toronto takes you through picturesque and historic Niagara On the Lake and then onto a Winery. At the end of your 3 day visit - fly to Vancouver for a 3 night hotel stay. Explore all this city has to offer with

To book call: 0800 923 1603


it’s wonderful parks, incredible shopping , the Gas Town district, perhaps watch the sea planes come and go and of course the nightlife. During your 3 night stay in Vancouver a Rockies train full day visit to Whistler is included. Then cruise 7 nights from Vancouver to Inside Passage (cruising) • Ketchikan • Juneau (Sawyer Glacier) • Skagway • Inside Passage (cruising) • Vancouver. Fly home overnight Date 15 Jun 09 22 Jun 09 29 Jun 09 13 Jul 09 20 Jul 09 27 Jul 09 3 Aug 09 10 Aug 09 17 Aug 09 24 Aug 09 31 Aug 09

Inside £1649 £1649 £1749 £1849 £1879 £1949 £1899 £1849 £1859 £1799 £1749

Oceanview £1849 £1849 £1899 £1999 £2049 £2099 £2049 £1999 £1949 £1949 £1849

Balcony £2199 £2099 £2199 £2299 £2399 £2449 £2399 £2299 £2199 £2199 £full




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7 Night Nile Cruises from only £399pp Fly from London or Manchester (SuppLEMENT £35pp for Man)

Upgrade to Premium flights from only £149pp

Add on extra week from only £149pp – Call for details

Sail through 5000 years of history on a fascinating Nile Cruise while we move the scenery. Your special price includes flights, accommodation,meals,entertainme nt and 10 FREE excursions all accompanied by a qualified Egyptologist. We can offer 4 or 5 star cruises both providing comfortable accommodation and attentive service. Looking to explore the region more? Ask about adding on a week in Luxor prices from only an extra £149pp for a 4* room only.

Excursion itinerary Day 1: Monday (Gatwick-Luxor): Depart Gatwick for your flight to Luxor. Transfer to M.S. Star of Luxor for your seven night Nile cruise. Day 2: Tuesday (Luxor - Edfu): A half day visit to the Luxor Temple before sailing to Edfu, passing through the Esna lock en–route. Day 3: Wednesday (Edfu-Kom Ombo-Aswan): At Edfu visit the Temple of Horus, probably Egypt’s best preserved temple. Sail to Kom Ombo for a visit to the Temple before sailing to Aswan. Day 4: Thursday (Aswan): Plenty of time to enjoy your included trip on the Nile by felucca, a traditional Egyptian sailing boat. A half day is spent visiting the High Dam, Unfinished Obelisk and the Temple of Philae. Overnight at Aswan. In the evening, there’s an opportunity to see the Sound and Light show at the Philae Temple (booked and payable on board only – approx £19 per person). Day 5: Friday (Aswan): Spend the day at leisure in Aswan. Perhaps enjoy a trip on a horse-drawn carriage from the Old Cataract Hotel, where Agatha Christie wrote ‘Death on the Nile’. Or take an optional full day sightseeing excursion by road or air to Abu Simbel (this can only be booked and paid for on board – approx £55 per person by road, £95 per person by air). Day 6: Saturday (Aswan - Luxor): A day at leisure on board as you sail back to Luxor. Do not miss the Sound and Light show at the Karnak Temple (booked and payable on board only – approx £18 per person). Day 7: Sunday (Luxor): In the morning, visit the famous Karnak Temple, a superb example of ancient Egyptian architecture depicting life around 1600 BC. Spend the afternoon visiting the West Bank and the Valley of the Kings, the Valley of the Queens, the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and the imposing Colossi of Memnon. Day 8: Monday (Luxor - Gatwick): Transfer to airport. Depart for your return flight to London Gatwick.


M.S. Fleurette M.S. Da Vinci Date 4 5 8 Jun 09 £399 £449 15 Jun 09 £399 £449 22 Jun 09 £399 £449 29 Jun 09 £399 £449 6 Jul 09 £429 £479 13 Jul 09 £429 £479 20 Jul 09 £449 £499 27 Jul 09 £549 £599 3 Aug 09 £499 £549 10 Aug 09 £499 £549 17 Aug 09 £499 £549 24 Aug 09 £499 £569 31 Aug 09 £569 £619 7 Sep 09 £499 £549 14 Sep 09 £589 £639 21 Sep 09 £549 £599 28 Sep 09 £549 £599 Oct 09 £599 £649 Nov 09 £549 £599 Dec 09 £549 £599 Flights are from Gatwick or Manchester direct to Luxor on Monarch Airlines. Prices are based on Gatwick flights. Manchester flight supplement £35pp. Single supplement 30%

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Jetline Cruise - Cruise Ahoy - June Edition  

Keep yourself up to date with the latest industry news and our exclusive cruise offers. Cruise Ahoy is our monthly 32 page cruise industry m...

Jetline Cruise - Cruise Ahoy - June Edition  

Keep yourself up to date with the latest industry news and our exclusive cruise offers. Cruise Ahoy is our monthly 32 page cruise industry m...