Gibraltar
Malaga
Marseille

14 nights | 30 September 2017 cruise id: 99164

Italian Mediterranean


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Insides from
WAS £1759 £1119pp
Outsides from
WAS £1999 £1259pp
Balconies from
WAS £2559 £1459pp
Suites from
WAS £3699 £2139pp

  • Southampton

    30 September 2017

    The port of Southampton can trace its origins back to a Roman settlement on the banks of the River Itchen where Bitterne stands today. However, the Saxon settlement of Hamwic or Hamtun on the opposite shore of the Itchen is where Southampton’s early identity really starts to take shape. Unfortunately the wealth of this fledgling Saxon port attracted the attentions of Viking raiders who were, to say the least, bad for business. However, the die had been cast and Southampton traded through good times and bad until, by the early 19th century, paddle steamers started running regular services to France. A century and a half later the first car ferries plied the same routes helping to further popularise the idea of foreign leisure travel that the White Star liners and the glamorous Southampton built flying boats had helped to pioneered. Although the great liners were literally overtaken by the era of cheap jet travel, they never entirely disappeared and, gradually, modern cruising started to become more accessible and more popular. Today Southampton has three cruise terminals to copy with the unprecedented comings and goings of today’s massive cruise ships.

         
  • Cruising

    01 October 2017

    An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer, including doing nothing at all. Relax in the Spa, take in a show at the theatre, or experience any of the incredible dining venues. There's so much to do the difficulty will be choosing what to do next!

  • Cruising

    02 October 2017

    An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer, including doing nothing at all. Relax in the Spa, take in a show at the theatre, or experience any of the incredible dining venues. There's so much to do the difficulty will be choosing what to do next!

  • Malaga

    03 October 2017

    Malaga of course the great beaches of nearby Costa del Sol are what have made Malaga one of the most visited regions of Spain. But this town has more to offer than just seaside and sunshine! It was founded already by Phoenicians, and was of great importance in the Moorish epoch. Highly interesting historical remains are left in the town as well as in the entire province. Add to that beautiful landscapes and picturesque villages, Malaga is not to be missed

  • Cruising

    04 October 2017

    An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer, including doing nothing at all. Relax in the Spa, take in a show at the theatre, or experience any of the incredible dining venues. There's so much to do the difficulty will be choosing what to do next!

  • Nice (Villefranche)

    05 October 2017

  • Civitavecchia

    06 October 2017

    Civitavecchia is the port about one hour from the capital of Italy, Rome means history. There are layers of the stuff - Etruscan tombs, republican meeting rooms, imperial temples, early Christian churches, medieval bell towers, renaissance palaces and baroque basilicas. In this city a phenomenal concentration of history, legend and monuments coexists with an equally phenomenal concentration of people busily going about their everyday life. So get your cultural fill but be sure to leave time for more hedonistic concerns: eat till you can eat no more and get drunk on architecture and sunshine.

         
  • Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy

    07 October 2017

    Livorno is the gateway to the region of Tuscany, which as Goethe once observed, looks like Italy should. Fortunately for today's visitor not much has changed in the two centuries since the German poet was himself a tourist in Toscana. The remarkable wealth of beauty here mellowed to a golden patina by history and tempered by the hand of man, awaits. Everywhere there is history, from the Etruscan stronghold of Fiesole, to the Roman colony of Volterra to the Renaissance splendor of Florence, Pisa, Sienna and San Gimignano. If the landscape evokes a sense of the familiar it is because the great masters have used it as a backdrop for their great works. Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci were archtypal Tuscans and Renaissance men who headed an extensive list of geniuses who lived, worked and created within a single period of time.

         
  • Marseille

    08 October 2017

    MARSEILLE The second city of France and the capital of the Provence-Costa Azzurra region. Marseille lies on the southeastern coast of France. The strong mistral wind blows away all traces of pollution and thus provides clarity of air so pure that many famous artists have been attracted to the city: Cézanne; Braque; Derain; Dufy and Marquet. Although Marseille is the economic and industrial capital of France, it manages to remain true to its own traditions and culture, reflected in the Marsillian way of life and its numerous museums, theatres and opera houses.

         
  • Cruising

    09 October 2017

    An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer, including doing nothing at all. Relax in the Spa, take in a show at the theatre, or experience any of the incredible dining venues. There's so much to do the difficulty will be choosing what to do next!

  • Gibraltar

    10 October 2017

    Gibraltar is a British overseas territory located near the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar. The territory shares a border with Spain to the north. Gibraltar has historically been an important base for the British Armed Forces and is the site of a Royal Navy base. The name of the territory is derived from the Arabic name Jabal Tāriq meaning "mountain of Tariq". It refers to the geological formation, the Rock of Gibraltar, which in turn was named for theBerberUmayyad general Tariq ibn-Ziyad who led the initial incursion into Iberia in advance of the main Moorish force in 711 under the command of Umayyad Caliph Al-Walid I. Earlier, it was known as Mons Calpe, one of the Pillars of Hercules. Today, Gibraltar is known colloquially as Gib or The Rock.

         
  • Lisbon

    11 October 2017

  • Cruising

    12 October 2017

    An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer, including doing nothing at all. Relax in the Spa, take in a show at the theatre, or experience any of the incredible dining venues. There's so much to do the difficulty will be choosing what to do next!

  • Cruising

    13 October 2017

    An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer, including doing nothing at all. Relax in the Spa, take in a show at the theatre, or experience any of the incredible dining venues. There's so much to do the difficulty will be choosing what to do next!

  • Southampton

    14 October 2017

    The port of Southampton can trace its origins back to a Roman settlement on the banks of the River Itchen where Bitterne stands today. However, the Saxon settlement of Hamwic or Hamtun on the opposite shore of the Itchen is where Southampton’s early identity really starts to take shape. Unfortunately the wealth of this fledgling Saxon port attracted the attentions of Viking raiders who were, to say the least, bad for business. However, the die had been cast and Southampton traded through good times and bad until, by the early 19th century, paddle steamers started running regular services to France. A century and a half later the first car ferries plied the same routes helping to further popularise the idea of foreign leisure travel that the White Star liners and the glamorous Southampton built flying boats had helped to pioneered. Although the great liners were literally overtaken by the era of cheap jet travel, they never entirely disappeared and, gradually, modern cruising started to become more accessible and more popular. Today Southampton has three cruise terminals to copy with the unprecedented comings and goings of today’s massive cruise ships.

         

Accessible Suite

Category AW

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, private balcony, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink.

Accessible Suite

Accessible Balcony

Category AX

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, private balcony, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink.

Accessible Balcony

Accessible Outside

Category AY

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink.

Accessible Outside

Accessible Inside

Category AZ

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) with open bed frames, wider entry door, turning spaces, sitting area with lowered vanity, closet rods, and safe, and a private bathroom with a wider door, roll-in shower, grab bars, fold-down shower bench, hand-held shower head, raised toilet, and a lowered sink. Following inside staterooms have a Promenade view: 6315 and 6615.

Accessible Inside

Superior Balcony

Category D1

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom.

Superior Balcony

Superior Balcony

Category D2

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom.

Superior Balcony

Superior Balcony

Category D3

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom.

Superior Balcony

Deluxe Balcony

Category E1

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom.

Deluxe Balcony

Deluxe Balcony

Category E2

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom.

Deluxe Balcony

Deluxe Balcony

Category E3

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sitting area (some with sofa bed), private balcony and private bathroom.

Deluxe Balcony

Large Ocean View

Category F

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), and private bathroom.

Large Ocean View

Family Inside Stateroom

Category FI

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Family Inside Stateroom

Family Oceanview Stateroom

Category FO

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), sofa and/or Pullman beds, sitting area and private bathroom.

Family Oceanview Stateroom

Promenade Family Stateroom

Category FP

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Promenade Family Stateroom

Royal Family Suite

Category FS

Two bedrooms with twin beds that convert to queen-size beds (one room with third and fourth Pullman beds), a private balcony, two bathrooms and living area with double sofa bed.

Royal Family Suite

Ocean View Stateroom

Category G

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), and private bathroom.

Ocean View Stateroom

Grand Suite

Category GS

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and private bathroom.

Grand Suite

Ocean View Stateroom

Category H

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Ocean View Stateroom

Ocean View Stateroom

Category I

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Ocean View Stateroom

Junior Suite

Category JS

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and private bathroom.

Junior Suite

Interior

Category K

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) andprivate bathroom.

Interior

Interior

Category L

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Interior

Interior

Category M

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Interior

Interior

Category N

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom. (150 sq. ft.)

Interior

Owners Suite

Category OS

Queen-size bed, private balcony, private bathroom and a separate living area with a queen-size sofa bed.

Owners Suite

Promenade (Inside)

Category PR

A view of the Royal Promenade with bowed windows, two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) and private bathroom.

Promenade (Inside)

Presidential Family Suite with Balcony

Category PS

Two master bedrooms with baths. Two additional bedrooms, each with two Pullman beds and two twin beds that convert to a queen-size bed. Two additional bathrooms with showers and a spacious living area with a sofa bed and dining table. Private balcony with dining area and lounge chairs.

Presidential Family Suite with Balcony

Interior

Category Q

Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size) andprivate bathroom.

Interior

Royal Suite

Category RS

Separate bedroom with king-size bed, private balcony, living room with queen-size sofa bed and private bathroom.

Royal Suite

Suite - Guaranteed

Category W

Suites offer more room, comfort and luxury. Most come with a private balcony and all include standard features. Some suites even include complimentary concierge service, which includes access to a private lounge as well as personalized service to help with making reservations or other arrangements. Suites are a great way to travel in style and give your family more space, while keeping everyone together. Note that this is a guaranteed category and no particular stateroom number will be assigned until passengers are on board.

Suite - Guaranteed

Balcony Stateroom - Guaranteed

Category X

Balcony Staterooms offer a spectacular view, small sitting area, and a private balcony Note that this is a guaranteed category and no particular stateroom number will be assigned until passengers are on board. There is a possibility that the cabin may have a restricted view.

Balcony Stateroom - Guaranteed

Ocean View Stateroom - Guaranteed

Category Y

Spend the day exploring the world, then come back to your room and don't miss a thing. Take in the spectacular sights and enjoy the beautiful ocean view from the window in your stateroom. Note that this is a guaranteed category and no particular stateroom number will be assigned until passengers are on board.

Ocean View Stateroom - Guaranteed

Interior Stateroom - Guaranteed

Category Z

This standard stateroom offers two twin beds, a private bathroom and all the amenities of our standard staterooms. Note that this is a guaranteed category and no particular stateroom number will be assigned until passengers are on board or just before.

Interior Stateroom - Guaranteed

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