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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Luxury Grand Prix Cruise

All the Formula 1 fans had a couple of reasons to be cheerful last weekend. The season started over the weekend bringing all the excitement and drama of car racing. Will Sebastian Vettel be able to retain his title this year?
More good news for motor racing fans is that Azamara Cruises is currently offering a Luxury 9 nights Grand Prix Cruise that include tickets for the Monaco Grand Prix and visits to Saint Tropez, Montecarlo and other fantastic destinations. This is the perfect way to combine a Mediterraneancruise with the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix. 

Monaco has always been synonymous with glamour and this is the perfect way to enjoy a luxury holiday. Passengers will board the Azamara Journey vessel in Nice and enjoy a trip along the French Riviera visiting Portofino, Saint Tropez, Florence and Corsica. Flights, gratuities and drinks are included.

The Monaco Grand Prix is considered one of the most important races in the Formula 1 season and British drivers have historically perform rather well with 16 victories since the first race in 1929.

If you are looking for a holiday of a lifetime, look no further. Call us on 0845 839 9344 for more details.

Monday, March 7, 2011

P&O Cruises announce The Grand Event on 03.07.2012

P&O Cruises has announced details of “The Grand Event” on July 3, 2012, when the entire fleet of seven ships will be docked together in its home port of Southampton for the first time in the company’s history. 
 This is part of a year of celebrations in 2012, marking the 175th anniversary of the Peninsular Steam Navigation Company being awarded the lucrative Admiralty contract to carry mail to the Iberian Peninsula and beyond. Not long afterwards the concept of cruising was born and since 1837, cruising has evolved into a popular holiday choice and now P&O Cruises carries more British cruisers than any other line.
 P&O Cruises managing director, Carol Marlow, said “We are very excited to announce this special day. It will be a great celebration for P&O Cruises, our passengers and for the whole maritime world.
 “As cruising has become the fastest growing sector of the UK holiday market, so the P&O Cruises fleet has grown to seven ships dedicated to the British market. Whereas the very first P&O ships plied their trades to the Iberian Peninsular and the Orient, P&O Cruises ships sail throughout Europe, the Caribbean, South America, Scandinavia, Mediterranean, Atlantic islands and, of course, on round the world cruises. What was once a national necessity is now a national pastime and is worthy of a grand celebration.”
 Each ship in The Grand Event will then depart on its own Grand Event cruise, with a spectacular send off with champagne deck party, flutterfetti and marching bands. The ships will then form a procession as they leave Southampton for the English Channel and beyond.

Once in the open water, the ships will meet again, saluting one another before they sail onwards to their various destinations.
 Departing on July 3, 2012, all seven cruises will be heritage themed with special on board entertainment including a 175th Anniversary Gala dinner, heritage art display, guest speakers and more.
 “We are also inviting passengers to help us celebrate by offering a full World Cruise prize draw on each cruise and a total of seven passengers plus their guest will be travelling around the world as our guests in 2013.”
 More information on the “Grand Event Cruises” can be found on pages four and five in the P&O Cruises 2012/13 brochure, and can be booked from Tuesday April 5, 2011.
 The P&O Cruises Grand Event itineraries are as follows:
 An 11-night Atlantic Islands cruise on Azura (A215) priced from £1,149 (pg 99)
  • A 17-night Central Mediterranean cruise on Ventura (N216)
  • A seven-night Norwegian Fjords cruise on Oceana (E214)
  • A 14-night Norway and Iceland cruise on Arcadia (J208) 
  • A17-night Baltic cruise on Aurora (R208) 
  • A four-night cruise break on Oriana (X210) 
  • A 21-night Central Mediterranean cruise on Adonia (D208) 
Please call us on 0845 839 9344  for more information on how to register for these cruises today!

Friday, March 4, 2011

Cruise ships showing the Royal wedding with Kate & William

Most cruisers are used to the buzz surrounding a large screen set up on a cruise deck and the celebrations that follow the World Cup football so this year it will be a refreshing change to have a different, more special, screening.

On Friday 29 April Prince William will marry his sweetheart Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey. Many Cruise Lines are going to ensure that none of us miss this special occasion by screening the wedding live on board.
Royal Caribbean Cruises, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Cruises will show the Royal wedding across their fleet with Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises and Cunard set to do the same.
P&O Cruises' managing director Carol Marlow said: "As Britain's favourite cruise line it is only fitting that our passengers should have a front row seat from unique locations around the globe. It will certainly be a grand celebration with almost 14,000 passengers sailing with us at this time."

No doubt the ships during the Royal Wedding Cruise will offer additional ways to join in with this event - look out for celebration cocktails of the day, Royal quizzes and competitions and plenty of memorabilia.

To find out more information on which itineraries will be sailing during the Royal wedding call our cruise experts on 0845 839 9344 or visit our website