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CMVs winter voyages 2020-21

CMVs winter voyages 2020-21

Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) has launched their latest winter and spring 2020-21 worldwide cruise programme and biggest ever collection of winter escape voyages sailing aboard CMV’s fleet of traditional style smaller to mid-sized cruise ships. The brochure features the company’s five ships - Columbus; Magellan; Marco Polo; Vasco da Gama; and Astoria.  With their fleet of smaller to mid-sized cruise ships, Cruise & Maritime Voyages specialises in adults-only, no-fly cruises for the British market. It is also an increasingly attractive option for solo cruisers as their ships have an array of dedicated cabin for sole occupancy. 

The winter voyages include a 52-night voyage aboard Vasco da Gama from London Tilbury on 9 October 2020 to Australia and New Zealand via the West Indies, Panama Canal, South Pacific and French Polynesia. There’s also a 74-night voyage from Fremantle (Perth) to London Tilbury departing on 1 February 2021 cruising via South East Asia, the Indian sub-continent, Red Sea, Egypt, Suez Canal, Holy Land and the Mediterranean. 

There’s also a 120-night ‘Grand Round the World Cruise’ visiting five continents, 24 countries, 38 ports of call, the Panama and Suez Canals and spanning 34,770 nautical miles. This ultimate cruise experience on board CMV’s flagship -  Columbus sails from London Tilbury on 6 Jan 2021, cruising via the West Indies, Panama Canal, South Pacific, Antipodes, South-East Asia, the Indian Ocean, South Africa, Brazil and North Africa. 

Marco Polo’s 110-night ‘Grand Oriental Odyssey’ is an intoxicating mix of Asian cultures and ancient sites. Marco Polo sails from Avonmouth (Bristol) on 5 Jan 2021 cruising via the Mediterranean, Holy Land, Suez Canal, Egypt and Red Sea, the Indian sub-continent, South East Asia, Indo China, the Far East and Russian Siberia. 

Magellan’s 84-night ‘Grand Round South America & Amazon Discovery’ voyage sails from London Tilbury on 7 Jan 2021 cruising via the Cape Verde Islands, the mighty Amazon, Brazil, the Falkland Islands, Tierra del Fuego, Chilean Fjords, Peru, Panama & Central America.

  • 28th June 2019

Gary Buchanan

Edinburgh-born Gary Buchanan has been a travel writer for over 30 years. He has been a specialist cruise writer for 25 years contributing to leading British publications including national newspapers and consumer magazines. He is the author of five books about cruising and spends over seven months every year at sea sailing the world’s oceans.