On our cruise radar this week, Fred. Olsen prepares to sail its longest-ever voyage, CMV announces expedition to the Northern Lights and more.
Boudicca to set sail on its longest-ever voyage
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ 880-guest Boudicca will be departing from the Port of Dover tomorrow (3 October 2019) on the company’s longest-ever sailing – a 168-night ‘Grand Voyage’. Boudicca will return to Dover, after nearly six months at sea, on 19 March 2020.
Those guests joining the cruise for the whole duration will have the chance to visit no fewer than 61 different ports, towns and cities, right across the globe.
“Rich in culture and steeped in history”
Jackie Martin, sales and marketing director for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines said: “Boudicca’s ‘Grand Voyage’ is set to be the longest, most extensive sailing ever undertaken in Fred. Olsen’s history! Guests will get the chance to visit no fewer than 61 different ports, towns and cities right across the globe, taking in far-flung destinations rich in culture and steeped in history.”
CMV’s voyage to the Northern Lights
Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) is offering a voyage to see the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis, one of nature’s greatest wonders.
Marco Polo sails from London Tilbury, 12 October 2019, on a 12-night cruise to Iceland and Land of the Northern Lights. This voyage takes passengers to Iceland, the ‘Land of Fire & Ice’ where, if atmospheric conditions are right, they have the chance to witness the incredible Northern Lights.
Australian agents can win a European river cruise
To mark two years of selling its luxury European river cruises to the Australian market, exclusively through travel agents, Riviera Travel River Cruises is giving the chance for one Australian or New Zealand travel agent to win a seven-night European river cruise for two in 2020.
To be in the running, agents need to complete Riviera’s new online training course through OTT (Online Travel Training) before 31 December 2019.
Regent Seven Seas to debut Serene Spa & Wellness
Luxury ocean cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises has introduced a new globally inspired spa brand that will debut across its five-ship fleet this winter.
Serene Spa & Wellness will offer a menu of services originating from many of the 450 destinations to which the cruise line sails, and includes globally renowned ELEMIS facial therapies, body treatments, massages, manicures, pedicures, luxury Kérastase salon services, fitness classes, and personal training, plus a series of wellness tours and nutritionally mindful cuisine selections served in restaurants on board.
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