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50 Years of Victory

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  • Expedition cruises

The 50 Years of Victory is the largest and most modern nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world. For those with an appreciation of such vessels, the Victory is a new generation ship and is incredibly powerful. Life on board is comfortable and relaxed. The spacious cabins are superbly furnished and all provide magnificent exterior views through opening windows. The vessel also offers generous public areas, high quality cuisine and impressive well-being facilities.

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Aegeotissa I

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  • Coastal cruises

The Aegeotissa I (formerly the Aegean Lady) is a charming, traditional rigged motor sailing yacht. The yacht has large teak decks, with mid-ship and fore-ship areas for relaxing upon with solarium, sun loungers and deck chairs. On the Alf deck there are comfortable seats and varnished dining tables, providing a great meeting place for guests on the yacht.

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Aegeotissa II

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The Aegeotissa II cuts effortlessly through the sparkling surface of the cobalt Aegean waters. With three sun decks, a bar and twelve double cabins, this wooden deluxe motor sail boat is a holiday on her own. Comfortable and solid, she offers all the luxury of larger ships but is more exclusive.

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Alemannia

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  • River cruises

The river cruiser Alemannia offers luxury cruises on the Rhine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. With a large Sun Deck, complete with pool and outdoor chess, and an enclosed Aft Deck, this river cruiser can ensure an appreciation of the Rhine views whatever the weather. The Alemannia provides accommodation for just 184 passengers in standard or deluxe cabins, all with air-conditioning and en suite facilities and the professional crew offer high levels of service as you take in the sights of the mighty Rhine.

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Alexander Pushkin

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  • River cruises

The Alexander Pushkin is a comfortable four-deck vessel contructed in Austria in 1974 and totally refurbished for the 2012 season. Offering cruises on the Volga between Moscow and St Petersburg, the ship has a host of amenities including a large restaurant, two bars, a conference hall and a cafe bar. Accommodation is in a range of cabins and suites spread across 3 decks, all offering excellent river views through picture windows.

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Amacello

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  • River cruises

Making her debut in 2008, the Amacello forms part of the state-of-the-art fleet, the line that has redefined European river cruising with innovations that have set new standards in the industry. Like her sisterships, the Amacello accommodates no more than 148 passengers in unparalleled luxury, comfort and style. The ship is staffed by a highly-trained professional crew, with an ongoing emphasis on personal service.

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Amacerto

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  • River cruises

The Amacerto is the latest ship joining the Amawaterways fleet, making its debut in Europe in Spring 2012. The deluxe 164 passenger vessel, contemporary in design, offers spacious staterooms featuring twin balconies (step-out and French), multiple dining options and great amenities including a heated swimming pool, fitness room, Sauna, plus a Massage, Hair and Beauty salon. The Sun Decks feature teak lounge chairs, a walking track, as well as a giant chess board and guests can also make use of the complimentary Internet usage.

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AmaDagio

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  • River cruises

The MS Amadagio was the first of the AMA fleet of luxury river cruisers to be launched in 2006 and set new standards in European river cruising. Carrying a maximum of 150 passengers, the Amadagio has been specially designed to offer more space and more unique features than almost any other European river boat. Her well-equipped public areas include two airy lounges, a huge sundeck, whirlpool, fitness room, beauty salon and an elegant restaurant offering top level international cuisine.

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Provence Cruise from Lyon to Arles (8 Days)

From £2023.93 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£98.78) Sailing dates October 2nd or 30th 2014

Spend eight days on board the Amadagio exploring the magical region of Provence in southern France. Visit the picturesque towns of Lyon, Tournon, Viviers, Avignon and Arles, tour the Beaujolias wine region and sample Cotes du Rhone in Tain L'Hermitage.

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Provence Cruise from Arles to Lyon (8 Days)

From £1839.88 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£98.78) Sailing dates From 09 Oct 2014 to 20 Nov 2014

Discover magical Provence on board the Amadagio on this fascinating eight day cruise. Visit the picturesque towns of Arles, Avignon, Lyon, Tournon, Grignan and Viviers, brimming with wonderful architecture and landscapes. Stop at local markets and winemakers as you cruise and of course sample some of the very best locally produced wines! Please note that the cruises departing on 20 Nov 2014 are special 'In Celebration of Wine' cruises, featuring distinctive wine-themed activities. Please call for more details.

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Amadante

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  • River cruises

The MS Amadante debuted in Spring of 2008, joining the MS Amalegro (2007) and the MS Amadagio (2006). The vessel sets new standards in European river cruising and offer a number of features, which no other European river cruise ship can match. She carries 148 passengers in unequaled luxury, comfort and style and is staffed by a highly-trained professional crew, with an ongoing emphasis on personal service.

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Amadeus Brilliant

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  • River cruises

The Amadeus Brilliant, launched in April 2011, is one of the newest additions to the growing Amadeus fleet. Measuring 110 metres in length and 11.4 metres in width this beautiful vessel complements the existing fleet perfectly. With a total of 4 decks, the ship features just 67 cabins and 9 additional suites, all with en suite shower facilities and most of which offer a French balcony. Other amenities include a spacious sun deck with sun loungers, international restaurant serving exquisite cuisine and an intimate lounge bar.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Danube Rhapsody, Passau - Budapest - Passau (8 Days)

From £1151.97 Per person including taxes Sailing dates May 24th 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. Commence your journey along the Danube in Passau. From here cruise downstream as far as Budapest, passing through four European countries (Germany, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia) and three fascinating capitals (Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava). Enjoy the ever-changing scenery as you travel through the Schloegener loop below Passau, the Wachau wine region in Austria and the Danube Bend in Hungary. This cruise takes in both art and culture in towns and cities that bear witness to thousands of years of European history.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Tulip Cruise - Dutch and Belgian Waterways from Amsterdam (8 Days)

From £872.44 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Mar 2015 to 18 Apr 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information.What better time to visit the Netherlands than in the spring when the flowers are in full bloom? Spend the fist two days exploring the vibrant city of Amsterdam before travelling along the tranquil waterways of Southern Holland and into Belgium. Visit historic Ghent and the diamond city of Antwerp before returning to Holland. From Utrecht, take a memorable excursion to Keukenhof where you can see the magnificent gardens, full of tulips and other spring flowers, before returning to Amsterdam.

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SPECIAL OFFER - New Year's Cruise on the Danube - Roundtrip from Passau (7 Days)

From £722.84 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 29th 2014

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. Welcome in the New Year in style on board a luxury Amadeus cruise ship. Your seven day “New Year’s Eve Cruise” commences in the Bavarian city of Passau, on the confluence of three rivers. Explore the history and culture of the grand cities of Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava and enjoy a very festive New Year's Eve Party on the Danube in Budapest.

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Christmas Cruise on the Danube - Roundtrip from Passau (7 Days)

From £722.84 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 22nd 2014

Why not spend the festive period on board the first class river cruiser, Amadeus Brilliant, as she glides along the wintry Danube? This six night Christmas cruise commences in Passau and travels south as far as Bratislava. En route you will call at some charming Christmas markets where you can buy last-minute gifts before your onboard celebrations in Duernstein. You will also be able to attend a Christmas mass and there will be a special festive concert on board in Vienna.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Classical Danube Cruise from Budapest to Passau (8 Days)

From £736.22 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 23 Jul 2015 to 01 Nov 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. Commencing in the impressive Hungarian capital, this seven night cruise takes you on a journey along one of Europe's finest rivers. Travel west from Budapest, through Bratislava to imperial Vienna where you can enjoy grand architecture and the music of some of Austria's most famous composers. Enjoy some of the country's finest scenery as you pass through the Wachau wine region towards Linz. After calling at Regensburg, the cruise ends in Passau.

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Amadeus Classic

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Built in 2001, the Amadeus Classic is an elegant cruise ship, boasting 73 tastefully furnished cabins and 4 decks. The light and airy public spaces feature wonderful panorama windows, where you can relax whilst you enjoy the stunning scenery pass by.

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Amadeus Diamond

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  • River cruises

The Amadeus Diamond is a five star floating hotel carrying up to 140 guests in exquisite style and comfort. Built in 2008, she is a recent addition to the Amadeus fleet that cruises on Europe’s three great rivers: the Rhine, Main and Danube. The vessel’s interiors are bright and airy, and her generously proportioned cabins offer panoramic views of the passing scenery.

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Amadeus Elegant

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  • River cruises

The Amadeus Elegant, launched in 2010, accommodates up to 150 passengers in a total of 76 cabins and suites. She measures 110 metres in length and just over 11 metres in width, fitting in perfectly with the traditional elegance of the other Amadeus vessels, hence her befitting name. The classy, contemporary interiors provide a comfortable and relaxing environment and the range of on board facilities includes an impressive restaurant, serving exquisite cuisine, a fitness room, expansive sun deck and an assortment of well appointed cabins and luxurious suites.

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Best of Europe Cruise and Hotel Package - Budapest to Berlin (13 Days)

From £1853.55 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 26th 2014

This route takes you from one impressive city to the next as you explore the highlights of Central Europe – the delights of Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Prague, Dresden and Berlin await your discovery. Your journey commences with a cruise on the Danube which takes you from Budapest, through Austria and into Bavaria. Disembark in Nuremberg and continue to Prague, Dresden and Berlin for your city stays. As you travel, learn about the countries, people and culture that make up the fascinating heart of Europe.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Danube Rhapsody - Roundtrip from Passau (8 Days)

From £843.31 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 14 Oct 2014 to 28 Oct 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. Commence your journey along the Danube in Passau. From here cruise downstream as far as Budapest, passing through four European countries (Germany, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia) and three fascinating capitals (Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava). Enjoy the ever-changing scenery as you travel through the Schloegener loops below Passau, the Wachau wine region in Austria and the Danube Bend in Hungary. This cruise takes in both art and culture in towns and cities that bear witness to thousands of years of European history.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Classical Danube Cruise from Budapest to Passau (8 Days)

From £872.44 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 26 Oct 2014 to 14 May 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. Commencing in the impressive Hungarian capital, this seven night cruise takes you on a journey along one of Europe's finest rivers. Travel west from Budapest, through Bratislava to imperial Vienna where you can enjoy grand architecture and the music of some of Austria's most famous composers. Enjoy some of the country's finest scenery as you pass through the Wachau wine region towards Linz. After calling at Regensburg, the cruise ends in Passau.

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Amadeus Princess

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The Amadeus Princess forms part of the luxurious Amadeus Premium Class fleet, offering guests remarkable comfort in an atmosphere of classic elegance. Service and amenities are comparable to those of a five-star hotel and include a fitness area, the Amadeus Club lounge, luxury dining and spacious cabins with extra large windows.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Across Europe from Amsterdam to Budapest (15 Days)

From £2535.44 Per person including taxes Sailing dates August 14th 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off published prices if you book before 31st October 2014. Please call for more information. Take a memorable journey along some of Europe’s most impressive rivers. From Amsterdam travel south on the tranquil waterways of the Netherlands, the Rhine, the Main, the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal and, of course, the legendary Danube, ending your cruise in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. En route you will pass through the scenic Rhine Gorge, with its Loreley legend, call at cities steeped in history and learn about the places and people at the very heart of Europe.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Spring Tulip Cruise along the Dutch and Belgian Waterways - 8 Days

From £907.88 Per person including taxes Sailing dates April 4th 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off published prices if you book before 31st October 2014. Please call for more information. Glide past endless fields of vibrant colour as you sail the Dutch and Belgian waterways on this 8 day Spring Tulip Cruise. Your journey takes in the elaborate network of waterways linking Amsterdam, Ghent and Antwerp, with trips to Bruges and Brussels along the way.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Classical Rhine - Amsterdam to Basel - 8 Days

From £755.12 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 02 Oct 2014 to 15 Oct 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. Travel through no fewer than 4 European countries on this 8-day cruise along 'Old Father Rhine'. With stops at Amsterdam, Cologne, Strasbourg and Basel, and some stunning scenery en route, including the Lorelei stretch of the Rhine with its wealth of mythological associations, this cruise highlights the diversity of what is probably Europe's most important river. Please note that the cruises departing 02 May 2013 and 18 Sep 2013 will be special departures incorporating the 'Rhine in Flames' international fireworks and illuminations event.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Classical Rhine - Basel to Amsterdam - 8 Days

From £892.92 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 09 Oct 2014 to 22 Oct 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off all 2015 departure dates, if you book before 31st October 2014. (Published prices do not reflect discount) Please call for more information. This Classical Rhine cruise takes in four European countries, as you make your way from Basel in Switzerland, to France and Germany, ending your cruise in the Netherlands. This journey showcases some historic and impressive European cities such as Strasbourg, Ruedesheim, Cologne and Amsterdam as you travel along the lower Rhine, up past the Lorelei and on through the Ijsselmeer.

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New Year's Rhine Cruise from Cologne (8 Days)

From £892.92 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 28th 2014

Celebrate the New Year in style on board the Amadeus Princess. As the clock strikes twelve on New Year's Eve, you will be in a privileged position up on the deck of the ship, enjoying the bright lights of Basel. Beginning in the historic German city of Cologne, this seven night cruise takes you along some of the most scenic stretches of the Rhine. During the journey you will call at the pretty German towns of Koblenz, Mannheim, Mainz and Ruedesheim before ending the cruise back in Cologne.

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Christmas Cruise on the Rhine from Cologne (7 Days)

From £765.36 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 22nd 2014

Celebrate Christmas in a completely different way by joining the Amadeus Princess as she sails along the wintry Rhine. Commence your cruise in historic Cologne and travel south towards Strasbourg in the French Alsace. En route you can visit some festive Advent markets, enjoy a special Christmas Eve Party and attend a Christmas Mass in historic Speyer.

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Amadeus Royal

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A state-of-the-art river cruising experience awaits discerning travellers aboard the luxurious Amadeus Royal. This five star floating hotel features 68 lavishly appointed cabins and 4 plush suites, each boasting lovely river views. Additional facilities include a putting green, splash pool and sun deck with deck chairs.

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Amadeus Silver

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The latest addition to the Amadeus fleet, the Amadeus Silver, made its first cruises on the rivers of Europe in 2013. At 135 meters, she is substantially larger than the rest of the fleet, allowing for more spacious cabins and innovative new facilities. The Amadeus Silver accommodates up to 180 passengers in 78 standard cabins and 12 luxurious balcony suites, each one beautifully styled and equipped with all the amenities you would expect on a top class river cruiser.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Across Europe from Amsterdam to Budapest (15 Days)

From £2788.98 Per person including taxes Sailing dates July 12th 2015

**Early Booking Saver** Receive 5% off published prices if you book before 31st October 2014. Please call for more information. Board your luxury Amadeus cruise ship for an exhilarating 2000km journey along some of Europe's most important rivers. Commencing in Amsterdam, this cruise will take you along the tranquil Dutch waterways, the Main and the Rhine, the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, before ending on the Danube in Budapest. Discover the cities of Amsterdam, Cologne, Koblenz and Miltenberg, Nuremberg and many villages steeped in history before entering Austria and finally the Hungarian captial Budapest. You will also cruise through the stunning Middle Rhine Gorge with its famous Loreley legends as the ship makes her way through the scenic German landscape.

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Amadeus Symphony (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The Amadeus Symphony, a member of the prestigious Amadeus fleet, ranks among the most beautiful passenger vessels plying Europe’s great rivers. Spacious cabins and suites fitted with every conceivable comfort, some with panoramic windows, combined with a professional service, hospitality and excellent amenities, turn this ship into a veritable oasis of passenger comfort.

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Amadeus Symphony (Cruise Only)

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The Amadeus Symphony, a member of the prestigious Amadeus fleet, ranks among the most beautiful passenger vessels plying Europe’s great rivers. Spacious cabins and suites fitted with every conceivable comfort, some with panoramic windows, combined with a professional service, hospitality and excellent amenities, turn this ship into a veritable oasis of passenger comfort.

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French Savoir Vivre Cruise on the Rhône and Saône (8 Days)

From £799.22 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 09 Oct 2014 to 05 Nov 2015

Enjoy the French rivers of the Rhône and Saône as you cruise along some of the most beautiful countryside in Europe. Savour the unique French “savoir vivre” as you explore the delights of Provence, the Cote d’Or and Burgundy on this eight day cruise.

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Amadolce

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The Amadolce is the latest vessel to join the AMA fleet, known for its state-of-the-art river cruise vessels that have set new standards in the industry. Luxury, comfort and style define the Amadolce, where a highly trained crew ensures that you receive personalised service throughout your journey. The ship is cleverly designed to offer more space than other European vessels and she accommodates no more than 150 passengers in exquisitely decorated staterooms.

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Amadouro

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Discover the rich history of Portugal and Spain as you journey through the Douro River Valley aboard the deluxe Amadouro cruise ship, the newest ship cruising the Douro River. Enjoy a glass of Port wine as you mingle with new friends in the spacious Panoramic Lounge or relax on the Sun Deck as the ship sails past beautiful vineyards on the hillsides of the Douro River.

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Amakatarina

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The Amakatarina is a 212 passenger vessel, built in 1981 and completely redesigned and rebuilt in 2010-2011. The ship now boasts outside balconies in more than 70% of the available cabins, a spacious sun deck, fitness room and two elegant dining rooms with panoramic windows, affording spectacular views of the Volga-Baltic waterways.

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Grand Cruise from St Petersburg to Moscow (12 Days)

From £2330.68 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£155.22) Sailing dates September 30th 2014

Experience a spectacular voyage through the heart of Russia along its colourful and historic waterways. Explore the bustling city of Moscow, then cruise north and visit the enchanting Golden Ring cities of Uglich and Yaroslavl. Continue along the Volga-Baltic Waterways and through Europe’s two largest lakes, Onega and Ladoga, to St. Petersburg, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, spread over 101 islands and 66 canals.

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Amalegro

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The MS Amalegro joined the AMA fleet of luxury river cruisers in 2007. Carrying no more than 150 passengers, the Amalegro has been cleverly designed to offer more space and more unique features than almost any other European river boat. Her well-equipped public areas include two airy lounges, a huge sundeck, whirlpool, fitness room, beauty salon and an elegant restaurant offering top level international cuisine.

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Normandy Seine Cruise from Paris (8 Days)

From £1839.88 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£98.78) Sailing dates From 02 Oct 2014 to 27 Nov 2014

Commence your journey through northern France in Paris, where you will embark the Amalegro. Visit the village of Giverny, Monet's home for over 40 years. Discover Honfleur, a charming French port town which has been depicted in the paintings of many famous artists. Stroll through Rouen, Normandy's historic capital and take a memorable excursion to the famous Normandy beaches. Finally, stop at the charming town of Les Andelys, home of Château Gaillard, before returning to Paris to end your cruise. Please note that the cruises departing on 27 Mar, 12 & 19 Nov 2014 are special 'In Celebration of Wine' cruises, featuring distinctive wine-themed activities. Please call for more details.

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Amalyra

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Launched in 2009, the Amalyra is a state-of-the-art river cruise vessel. Luxury, style and comfort define the Amalyra, where an exceptionally professional crew ensures that you receive top class service throughout your journey. The ship is cleverly designed to offer more space than other European vessels and she accommodates no more than 148 passengers in exquisitely decorated staterooms.

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AmaVida

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Launched in 2013 the AmaVida brings a distinctive standard of excellence to Portugal's Douro River. This grand vessel carries 106 guests and features balconies in the majority of its generously sized staterooms and suites. Passengers on the AmaVida can enjoy fine dining in the main dining room and there is additional al fresco dining for up to 32 guests. The AmaVida also features a swimming pool on its expansive Sun Deck, a fitness center and spa, complimentary internet access on large in-stateroom flatscreens and Wi-Fi throughout the ship.

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Enticing Douro Cruise (8 Days)

From £2085.28 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£98.78) Sailing dates October 7th or 14th 2014

This eight day cruise takes you on a journey through the wonderfully scenic Douro River Valley. This is one of Europe’s most unspoiled river valleys, decorated with deep gorges, lush vineyards, and sleepy villages. Your cruise commences in the capital of the North, Porto, and continues to the ancient city of Lamego. Cross into Spain to visit Salamanca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and travel inland to the beautiful countryside of the Trás-os-Montes Region to visit the palace and gardens of Mateus. Explore the 14th-century Alpendurada Monastery before ending your journey back in Porto. Please note that the cruises departing on 25 Mar & 01 Apr 2014 are special 'In Celebration of Wine' cruises, featuring distinctive wine-themed activities. Please call for more details.

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Anatolie

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This 40-ton wooden motor sailor yacht was built in 1996 in the Southeast Aegean Sea. Get a taste for Greece by sailing the blue Aegean Sea aboard Anatolie, a modern boat with a traditional gulet look. Based on the ancient gulet design, Anatolie is broad and beamy, maximizing space on deck for sailing and sunning.

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Andrea

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This handsome vessel began her career as the popular Harald Jarl, cruising the Norwegian coastline and fjords where she developed quite a following over the years. Purchased and extensively renovated in 2003, Andrea provides a welcome return to the intimacy and classic nautical sensibility often lacking in larger ships.

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Anjodi

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The 8-passenger Anjodi is of classic Dutch design, specifically rebuilt to navigate the 300-year-old Canal du Midi. She has been completely refurbished in the tasteful tradition of African hardwoods, with hand-crafted panelling and shining brass creating a comfortable and charming ambiance. The well planned accommodation offers a choice of four air-conditioned twin/double staterooms with full en-suite facilities. The sun deck is spacious and has a heated sunken jacuzzi. The cruise is led by a knowledgeable and experienced Captain who will ensure a memorable and enjoyable journey.

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Canal du Midi Cruise from Marseillan to Le Somail (7 Days)

From £2850.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

This exclusive hotel barge cruise along the South of France's Canal du Midi takes you to some of the finest sights in the region. As you travel between Marseillan and Le Somail you will visit Carcassonne, the most complete medieval fortified city in existence, and tour the ancient Roman city of Narbonne. Enjoy spectacular views of the Pyrennees over the vineyards and savour private tastings of Corbières and Minervois Wine at Château Gasparets. On board the Anjodi you will be treated to fine wines and delectable cuisine, all freshly prepared by your resident masterchef. Please note that this barge operated slightly different itineraries throughout the season so please check for actual itinerary details before booking.

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Anton Chekhov

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Built in Austria in 1978, the Anton Chekhov is a comfortable and well maintained vessel which has been upgraded on a number of occasions. The last major refit was in 2003. The ship is well furnished in an attractive Russian style and the staff on board offer a friendly and efficient service. All cabins have outside views with a large picture window and a private shower and toilet. The public areas include two bars, a swimming pool under a sliding glass roof, dining room where russian influenced cuisine is served, reading room and lecture lounge, shop, hairdresser and sauna.

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Arion

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The Arion underwent a complete refurbishment in 2000, updating the interiors, to create a warm inviting atmosphere throughout its public areas and passenger cabins. The Arion accommodates up to 320 passengers on her five decks and her on board facilities include a swimming pool and spacious sun deck, a beauty salon, a restaurant serving high quality cuisine and three lounge bars, all designed to make your cruise comfortable and enjoyable.

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Arosa Bella

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Part of the sleek and modern A-Rosa fleet, the A-Rosa Bella offers a selection of cruises on the mighty Danube. Whether you are looking for privacy or cosy companionship, there is a space for everyone on the A-Rosa Bella. The ship's design allows for recreation and relaxation, as well as for fitness and well-being: Sit back and take in the river views from the spacious lounge, swim in the top deck pool, try your hand at shuffleboard and golf or pamper yourself with some time in the ship's excellent spa. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Danube Christmas Markets Cruise (5 Days)

From £314.18 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 21 Nov 2014 to 19 Dec 2014

Discover the delights of the wintry Danube on this special 5-day Advent cruise on board the Arosa Bella. Departing from Passau, your journey takes you into the scenic wine-producing region of the Wachau before arriving in Vienna. Here you will have an extended stay and the opportunity to sample the festive atmosphere and flavours of some of the country's best Christmas markets. From Vienna, continue to Linz, with its elegant Renaissance courtyards and Baroque churches before returning to Passau to end your cruise.

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Christmas on the Danube (5 Days)

From £463.78 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 23rd 2014

Cruise from Passau through the scenic Wachau Valley to spend a festive Christmas Eve in Vienna, celebrating in the European tradition with a sumptuous dinner and some classic entertainment. The ship will remain in Vienna on Christmas Day, allowing you to explore the imperial capital at your own pace. On Boxing Day you will travel to the pretty Austrian town of Melk, with its impressive Benedictine Monastery and your journey ends back in Passau on the 27th of December.

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New Year on the Danube (8 Days)

From £1062.21 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 27th 2014

What better way to toast in the New Year than with a glass of champagne in hand, on the deck of a stylish yet intimate river cruiser, watching an impressive display of fireworks with the city of Vienna as your backdrop? This very special New Year's cruise takes you from Passau, along the wintry Danube, passing through the scenic Wachau Valley and calling at Budapest, Brastislava, Vienna and Linz. Four countries, three capital cities and an unforgettable New Year's celebration make this an opportunity not to be missed.

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Arosa Brava (Cruise Only)

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The completely renovated 4 deck A-Rosa Brava launched in April 2011 as the newest addition to the impressive A-Rosa fleet. Cruise the Rhine, Main and Mosel rivers in style and enjoy the range of on board amenities, including a spacious lounge, gourmet restaurant, a fantastic spa and sundeck with whirlpool. The A-Rosa Brava measures 135 metres in length, with a width of 11.4 metres and features a total of 99 cabins. Choose the cabin category to suit, each one designed to cater to your every need, providing the highest levels of comfort, with en suite shower facilities, modern design and warm, relaxing tones. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Arosa Luna

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The A-Rosa Luna is a modern river cruiser which offers cruises on France's scenic Rhône and Saône rivers. The ship boasts a range of unique facilities designed specifically for the well-being of its guests, including a sauna with one-way glass walls, a steam room, a bio-sauna and a full spa offering a range of traditional and Hawaiian Lomilomi massages. Up on the generous Sun Deck you'll also find a swimming pool, putting green, shuffleboard and a giant chess set. The A-Rosa Luna's 86 stylish cabins are light and generously sized, with many featuring their own French balcony. In the restaurant you will enjoy a range of meals freshly prepared by the executive chefs, showcasing Mediterranean and regional specialities. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Arosa Riva (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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Part of the stylish A-Rosa fleet, the A-Rosa Riva offers a selection of well-designed itineraries focusing on the very best of the mighty Danube. The ship has 100 air-conditioned, outside cabins across 4 categories and her extensive public amenities promise relaxation and recreation as well as opportunities for fitness and well-being. Take some time out to get pampered in the Spa Rosa or enjoy the views from the upper deck as you take a dip in the pool or hone your golf skills on the putting green. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Arosa Riva (Cruise Only)

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Part of the stylish A-Rosa fleet, the A-Rosa Riva offers a selection of well-designed itineraries focusing on the very best of the mighty Danube. The ship has 100 air-conditioned, outside cabins across 4 categories and her extensive public amenities promise relaxation and recreation as well as opportunities for fitness and well-being. Take some time out to get pampered in the Spa Rosa or enjoy the views from the upper deck as you take a dip in the pool or hone your golf skills on the putting green. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Classic Danube Cruise from Passau (8 Days)

From £983.47 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 4th or 11th 2014

This classic cruise departs from Passau and takes you on a journey along the Blue Danube through Slovakia, Hungary and Austria. In just eight days you will visit four countries and three fascinating capitals, passing through some of the Danube's most picturesque river scenery en route. Spend a day and a night in Budapest, a fascinating city divided into two very different parts by the river. Continue to imperial Vienna with its grand architecture, unique history and impressive cultural life before cruising through the scenic Wachau Valley and finally back to Passau.

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Arosa Stella

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The A-Rosa Stella is a state-of-the-art river cruiser offering a selection of cruises on the French Rhône and Saône rivers. With a focus on well-being, the A-Rosa Stella has a range of unique facilities including a sauna with one-way glass walls, a steam room, a bio-sauna and a full spa offering a range of traditional and Hawaiian Lomilomi massages. On deck you'll also find a swimming pool, putting green, shuffleboard and a giant chess set. The ship's 86 modern cabins are airy and spacious and many feature their own French balcony and in the restaurant, the executive chefs prepare a variety of mediterranean, regional and traditional culinary treats. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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8 Day Cruise on the Rhône and Saône - Route Stella

From £786.62 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 11th or 18th 2014

Enjoy a taste of the French ‘savoir vivre’ during this wonderful cruise on the rivers of Southern France. Starting in Lyon, you will head north into Burgundy, origin of some of the world’s finest wines, before turning and cruising south on the Rhône towards the fascinating Camargue region and the Mediterranean coast. En route you will call at Mâcon and Chalon-sur-Saône in Burgundy and the fascinating cities of Arles and Avignon in Provence before returning to Lyon to complete your cruise.

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6 Day Cruise on the Rhône - Route Rendezvous

From £550.40 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 25 Oct 2014 to 09 Nov 2014

This six day cruise on the South of France's Rhône river takes you from Lyon as far as Avignon. En route you will call at Viviers, gateway to the spectacular Ardèche, and historic Arles, where Vincent van Gogh painted so many of his famous works. You will also have the chance to visit the wild landscapes of the Camargue and tour the city of Avignon before returning to Lyon to end your cruise.

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Arosa Viva

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Launched as part of the modern Arosa fleet in 2010, the Arosa Viva offers a range of fascinating cruises on the Rhine, Main and Moselle, as well as on the waterways of the Netherlands. With an array of stylish accommodation for 198 passengers, the atmosphere on board is intimate and the service personalised. For a small ship, the amenities are plentiful and include a jacuzzi pool, putting green, giant chess board, gym, outdoor grill-station and dining area and of course the fabulous Arosa Spa. **Please note that this is a bi-lingual ship with information provided in both English and German, and an international cruise host on board.**

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Christmas Markets of the Southern Rhine (5 Days)

From £314.18 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 25 Nov 2014 to 19 Dec 2014

Why not take the stress out of Christmas shopping and join the Arosa Viva for a festive Advent cruise on the Southern Rhine? See how the picturesque cities of Speyer, Strasbourg and Mainz come to life with a multitude of fairy lights and traditional Christmas stalls, offering hand-made gifts and delicacies from all over Germany. Take in the wintry landscapes of one of the Germany's most scenic regions and enjoy the build-up to Christmas in stress-free comfort as the Arosa Viva glides along the Rhine between Cologne and Strasbourg. **Please note - Cruise itineraries are subject to change, please discuss with your sales advisor at the time of booking.**

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Christmas on the Southern Rhine (5 Days)

From £495.28 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 23rd 2014

Make this a Christmas to remember and treat yourself to five wonderfully relaxed days on the Southern Rhine, celebrating Christmas on board and savouring the unique hospitality of the Arosa Viva. Spend a memorable Christmas Eve celebrating European-style in the picturesque town of Speyer and visit Strasbourg in the peaceful tranquility of Christmas Day. As you make your way back north on the Rhine, you will stop at historic Mainz before ending this memorable cruise back in Cologne. **Please note - Cruise itineraries are subject to change, please discuss with your sales advisor at the time of booking.**

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New Year's Cruise on the Northern Rhine (7 Days)

From £904.73 Per person including taxes Sailing dates December 27th 2014

What better way to toast in the New Year than with a glass of champagne in hand, on the deck of a stylish yet intimate river cruiser, watching an impressive display of fireworks with the international port of Amsterdam as your backdrop? This very special New Year's cruise takes you from Cologne north on the wintry Rhine to Antwerp, Brussels, Rotterdam and the fascinating Dutch city of Amsterdam where you will spend an unforgettable New Year. **Please note - Cruise itineraries are subject to change, please discuss with your sales advisor at the time of booking.**

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Art de Vivre

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Once a Scottish munitions carrier, the L’Art de Vivre was transformed into a charming 8-passenger luxury hotel barge. She is a noble ship owned by Count Florian Walewski, one of the pioneers of canal barging and a direct descendant of Napoleon, and has been in his family for decades. Today she cruises the magical waterways of Burgundy, a region where the appreciation of all that is good in life - whether it be cuisine, wines, or the land itself - still reigns.

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Burgundy Cruise from Gurgy to Chatel Censoir (7 Days)

From £2750.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Explore the enchanting Auxerre, enjoy wine tasting in a 12th century cellar, visit St Bris with its underground passages and explore Noyers-sur-Serein, one of the most beautiful villages in Burgundy on the exclusive hotel barge, L'Art de Vivre. Return transfers from Paris are included in this all-inclusive cruise package through the serene landscapes and historic villages of Burgundy. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Artistry

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Built to create a warm and pleasant ambiance, and with the travelers' comfort and safety in mind, the Artistry is sleek and elegant and part of a new generation of river cruisers, with state-of-the-art technology. There is a gleaming two-story lobby, lit by a central glass skylight; giving a preview of the light, airy feel and the spectacular views you'll enjoy on this modern, spacious vessel.

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Athos

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The Athos is a unique hotel barge offering luxury cruises on the South's of France's Canal du Midi. From the moment you step aboard for the Champagne Reception, the resident crew will attend to your every need. A journey on board the Athos is an unforgettable experience featuring exceptional cuisine, fine French wines and daily excursions through the scenic and historic Canal du Midi.

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Canal du Midi Cruise from Marseillan to Argeliers (7 Days)

From £2860.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Relax on board the hotel barge, Athos, as she makes her way along the 300-year-old Canal du Midi between Marseillan and Argeliers. En route you will visit the medieval fortress town of Carcassonne, enjoy wine tasting at Domaine de Guery, stop at the architectural gem of Pezenas and tour Roman Narbonne. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Austral (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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Austral (Cruise Only)

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**SPECIAL OFFER** Save up to 30% on full prices. The earlier you book the better the discount available. Please call for latest special offers. Pricing shown here reflects full brochure price only. The state-of-the-art mega-yacht, L’Austral launched in May 2011, bringing a unique blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being to small ship cruising. With just 132 cabins, L’Austral’s sleek design and small size means she can offer exclusive itineraries featuring ports of call that are inaccessible to larger ships. The yacht’s distinctive shape features smooth contours and large, arched windows, opening up to the sea and letting in the light. Precious materials in soothing neutral tones are brought to life with splashes of colour to create a discreet elegance reminiscent of a private yacht.

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Avalon Creativity

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Embark the Avalon Creativity and experience the romance and convenience of cruising leisurely down one of France’s greatest rivers. The Avalon Creativity boasts spacious staterooms and inviting public areas. All staterooms measure 172 square feet with a private shower and toilet, large storage closet, writing desk, flatscreen satellite television, radio, minibar, hairdryer, safe and individual climate control. There are also two junior suites which measure 258 square feet and have the additional features of a sofa and coffee table.

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Belle de Cadix

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Discover the beauty of Southern Spain aboard the Belle de Cadix; rich in history, nature and art, this diverse region will inspire and delight you. The Belle de Cadix was launched in 2005 and has just 89 cabins spread over three decks. She has an inviting sun deck where you soak up the sun on comfortable loungers. This cruise ship also features a lounge bar with dance floor and a marina at the rear of the vessel, which offers direct access to the sea. ****Please note that this is a French-operated ship and that French will usually be the first language spoken on board.****

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Guadalquivir, Guadiana Rivers and Mediterranean 8 Day Cruise

From £1009.45 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 02 Oct 2014 to 15 Oct 2015

Discover the captivating landscapes and cultural towns of Spain and Portugal, including Seville, Cadiz, Faro, the Rock of Gibraltar, Granada and Cordoba. Spend eight days cruising in comfort, joining a variety of optional tours exploring the wonderful arabic monuments in Granada, Seville and Cordoba. Visit the Rock of Gibraltar which dominates the entrance to the Mediterranean between the southern tip of Spain and the continent of Africa. Visit some of the finest caves in Europe as well as looking out for the famous semi-wild Gibraltar apes. Or simply enjoy wandering around the pretty white washed towns of Jerez and Cadiz.

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Bellissima

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The Bellissima is an elegant river cruiser which first took to the water in 2004. A graceful ship with classical lines, she can accommodate up to 134 passengers in tastefully designed cabins as she cruises the great waterways of Europe. The Bellissima benefits from well-equipped and spacious public areas which include a foyer, large panorama lounge, restaurant and sun deck complete with outdoor bar and whirlpool.

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Botticelli

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Explore Central and Southern Europe onboard the Botticelli, a 2 deck ship constructed in 2004. The Botticelli is able to accommodate up to 154 guests in 76 comfortable double cabins, on a variety of itineraries which represent excellent value for money. On board, relax and soak up the sun on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. This cruise ship also features a lounge bar with a dance floor and restaurant serving French inspired cuisine.

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Paris to the Normandy Coast Cruise (5 Days)

From £511.81 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 08 Oct 2014 to 10 Jul 2015

This wonderful five day cruise along the River Seine takes you from the cosmopolitan city of Paris to the fascinating Normandy Coast. As you cruise in complete comfort on board the Botticelli, you will glide past the famous historical sights of Paris, marvel at the 17th century Palace of Versailles, explore the city of Rouen, renowned for its art and history and end in the quaint seaside town of Honfleur.

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Bremen

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The expedition ship, Bremen, will take you into regions of the world where you can fully satisfy your thirst for discoveries. Thanks to its shallow draught, it can call at the smallest ports, bays and meandering rivers. And our 12 expedition-ready, motorized rubber boats, the Zodiacs, enable passengers to land in even the most remote regions.

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Camargue

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Discover the beauty and rich history of Southern France aboard the Camargue. The ship was refurbished in 2006 and has just 76 cabins spread over 2 decks. The Camargue features a lounge bar with dance floor and a large dining room. It also boasts an inviting sun deck where you can soak up the sun and admire the passing scenery. ****Please note that this is a French-operated ship and that French will usually be the first language spoken on board.****

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Caprice

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Caprice is a traditional French barge which offers luxury cruises through the heart of Burgundy. With just eleven cabins and a staff of seven, service levels are exceptionally high. Travelling the waterways of this exquisite area of France at just 4mph, you will be treated to gourmet cuisine, fine wines and a variety of all-inclusive excursions. Caprice has bicycles on board so that you can enjoy leisurely rides along the canals or into local villages, and boasts a charming sun deck where you can dine if the weather is fine.

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Cezanne

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The Cezanne is a deluxe 50 cabin river cruiser which offers cruises from Paris into the Normandy countryside. The ship was origianlly built in 1993 and later refurbished in 2006. The elegant décor on board is reminiscent of an intimate country house hotel. Original works of art can be found throughout the stylish public rooms and a luxurious restaurant provides the perfect setting for fine dining. On board the Cezanne guests can enjoy homely comforts while drinking in the wonderful scenery floating past.

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Chernyshevskiy

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The Chernyshevskiy is a magnificent motor ship, constructed in Germany in 1981 to meet the highest international safety standards and with all modern amenities. On board you will find well-equipped communal areas and cabins which are all outside-facing with large (except lower deck) scenic windows, en suite facilities and air-conditioning. The ship also has its own sauna, hairdressing salon and first-aid post.

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Colibri

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Colibri is a classic Dutch canal barge, built in Friesland Holland in 1931, and lovingly converted into a luxury hotel. The barge has been completely refitted in 2004, with added touches of luxury and an air of relaxed elegance. Despite her generous size Colibri takes only four guests, thus affording space and maximum comfort to all parties. The interior is air conditioned to ensure your well-being.

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Columbus

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This small ship demonstrates on more than 30 routes around the globe just how relaxed and uncomplicated the most beautiful form of travel can be. Regardless of whether you decide to take a short introductory cruise on the Baltic Sea, set course for the coasts on the Indian Ocean or go on a trip around the world: you check in just once, and then leave everything else up to the experienced crew of the Columbus.

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Cyclades

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The elegant Cyclades yacht provides a good standard of accommodation combined with modern amenities and is a great alternative to chartering an entire boat. You have the option to reserve just a berth in a double cabin or an entire cabin, making it an ideal choice for single travelers. You will have a chance to meet people from around the world while enjoying one of the most unique and relaxing holidays along Italy's sparkling coastline. You’ll decide the itinerary day by day with the rest of the group and with the suggestions of an experienced skipper.

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Diana

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The Diana was built at the Finnboda shipyard outside Stockholm and launched in 1931. There are 28 cabins today distributed over three decks. The dining room and lounge are found on the middle or shelter deck and the upper or bridge deck boasts a covered aft deck with a perfect view in both sun and rain. The tastefully fitted cabins are small, but cozy, leaving an impression of how people once traveled.

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Dnepr

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The Dnepr is known for her warm and friendly on board atmosphere. You are bound to be impressed by her impeccable hospitality. The highly experienced crew welcome you aboard with the traditional gifts of bread and salt. They also entertain you with national songs and dances during evening performances. You can enjoy a relaxing time on the Sun Deck with its heated pool or admire the pleasant passing scenery from the Promenade Deck. *Please note that German is the principal language spoken on this vessel. All documents, announcements and excursions will be in German only. English, as an onboard language, will be provided for groups with a minimum of 30 passengers only.

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Donaustar

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Accommodating 168 guests on board, the Donaustar gracefully takes passengers to the hidden treasures of the magnificent Danube with reasonable comfort and style. The vessel boasts a high standard of hospitality afloat. Let her well trained crew spoil you while you enjoy the ship's facilities, watching the passing scenery from the sun deck or swimming pool or simply relaxing in the cosy and pleasant atmosphere of the informal indoor lounge. *Please note that German is the principal language spoken on this vessel. All documents, announcements and excursions will be in German only. English, as an onboard language, will be provided for groups with a minimum of 30 passengers only.

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Dostoyevskiy

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The Dostoyevskiy is a Russian river vessel built in Germany in 1981. The ship underwent major refurbishment in 2001 and now features outside staterooms which are air-conditioned with private shower and which afford marvellous views of the river scenery. The dining rooms offer both western and Russian cuisine, as well as specialities from the surrounding regions. From the impeccable service of the well-trained crew to the spacious loungers and sweeping sundecks on board Dostoyevskiy, this floating hotel offers all modern the modern comforts required for a memorable trip on the Russian waterways.

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Douro Cruiser

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The Douro Cruiser is an elegant floating hotel offering week-long cruises on Portugal's magnificent Douro River. With just 65 well-appointed cabins, a spacious dining room, a comfortable lounge offering panoramic views and a large sundeck featuring a swimming pool and two whirlpools, both service and comfort are guaranteed.

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Douro Prince

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The Douro Prince is a friendly and intimate ship with an elegant single-sitting dining room, welcoming lounge, bar, sundeck and gift shop. There are 24 spacious outside cabins and one suite. Cabins on the Main deck have floor to ceiling windows which give access to a small balcony and cabins on the Upper deck are slightly larger and have a large picture window. All cabins have a private shower and toilet except the suite which has a bath. All cabins are stylishly decorated with individually controlled airconditioning, private facilities and TV.

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Douro Queen

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Flanked by steep vineyard-clad hills and stone terraces is Portugal’s beautiful Douro River. Discover the sights and sounds of this hidden gem aboard the deluxe Douro Queen – one of the newest and most luxurious ships to sail the river Douro. The Douro Queen is an intimate vessel, carrying only up to 126 guests in a small-ship setting that meets the standards of the most discerning river cruise connoisseurs.

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8 Day Douro River Cruise from Porto

From £704.73 Per person including taxes Sailing dates November 5th 2014

Discover Europe's best-kept secret in river cruising - Portugal's Douro Valley - on this 8 day roundtrip cruise from Porto. Lined with steep terraced vineyards, traditional villages and cities rich in culture and history, the gently winding Douro offers leisurely cruising in an area which has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

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Douro Spirit

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The recently launched Douro Spirit brings a new level of luxury and technological innovation to cruising in Portugal. Carrying 128 passengers in a range of staterooms and suites, the Douro Spirit offers both comfort and entertainment as you travel along Portugal’s most scenic and historic river. The ship’s amenities include a pool, spa, Jacuzzi, gym and a beauty salon and all accommodation features HD TV, internet access and in-cabin movies.

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Dream

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Completely refurbished in 2007, the Dream lives up to her name in style and comfort. Her five spacious cabins boast impeccable furnishing with meticulous attention to detail. The exceptionally comfortable galley, fully equipped bar, spacious teak-deck and large cockpit make this yacht ideal for Mediterranean sailing holidays.

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Emma

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On this beautifully restored turn-of-the-century barge you will find the warmth of an Irish welcome combined with the seductive charm of the French. Aboard the Emma you can bask in the balmy Mediterranean climate on a lazy cruise along the historic 17th century Canal du Midi. Visit ancient villages where time appears to stand still and country chateaux where you can taste the home-grown wines.

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Enchanté

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Originally built to sail the diverse European canals and rivers, the Enchanté offers an intimate cruise in these waterways, combined with luxury and comfort. A recent refurbishment has allowed Enchanté to raise the cruising standard with her 4 stylish en-suite twin or double suites accommodating up to 8 passengers, each with superbly appointed bathrooms, incorporating a shower and lavish bath products. The barge is tastefully furnished in exotic hardwoods, creating a bright and airy atmosphere. The vessel's facilities include internet connection on board and a guest computer, CD/iPod sound system and air conditioning throughout.

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Canal du Midi Cruise from Puichéric to Sallèles d’Aude (7 Days)

From £3590.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

This week-long cruise takes you on an exploration of the South of France’s 300-year-old Canal du Midi. Skirting the shores of the Mediterranean, the Canal meanders inland through ancient villages and past Roman fortifications and famed vineyards. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate and relaxed pace of life as you are treated to gourmet meals, wonderful local wines and cheeses, and warm hospitality on board the Enchanté. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Etoile

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Built in 1889, L’Etoile is a classic Dutch passenger barge that has been converted to suit today’s modern comforts. The bright and airy interiors are decorated in a contemporary French style, lending her a cozy atmosphere that will make you feel immediately at home. A marble fireplace gives ambiance to the cooler spring and autumn cruises, while a plunge pool on the deck beckons on a balmy summer day.

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Fidelio

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The Fidelio is a comfortable European vessel offering cruises on Ukraine's Dneipr between Yalta and Kiev. Fully renovated in 2012, the ship offers accommodation for 148 passengers in twin/double en suite cabins spread over three decks. The ship's public amenities include a large restaurant, Panorama Lounge, wellness centre, fitness hall and sauna and whirlpool.

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Fortebraccio

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The owners of the Fortebraccio want to realize the dreams of those clients who want to experience safe, comfortable and amusing cruises with a correct quality-price ratio. With this aim in mind they can offer a reliable and comfortable boat with air conditioning and heating in the cabins, private bathrooms, wide spaces indoor and outdoor for leisure time and rest, an ideal solution for groups of friends and families. There are five cabins each with their own private bathroom. The routes will take you to charming small bays and to naturalistic and archaeological sites. Traditional recipes prepared with wholesome ingredients combined with the choice of local wines will let you taste the genuine Mediterranean food.

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Fram

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Fram is specially designed for cruising Arctic waters. Named after the ship used by famous Norwegian Explorer Fridtjof Nansen, the Fram’s interior has been inspired by Greenland and the Arctic region. The cabins are stylish and comfortable, and feature two lower berths or a twin-sized bed, private bathrooms with hair dryers. Each is fitted with air-conditioning, heating, and a smoke alarm. She offers a comfortable restaurant, two well-stocked bars, panoramic lounges, Internet café, and conference rooms.

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Furmanov

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The comfortable river vessel Furmanov was built in 1983 in Germany and accommodates up to 258 passengers as it travels the Russian waterways. With its elegant restaurant, lavish public room décor, three tastefully furnished lounges and a splendid concert hall, the Furmanov resembles exclusive 4-star western hotel, and is considered to be one of the best river liners on Russian waterways. The staterooms are equipped with a private toilet and shower, a fridge, an air conditioning system and radio as well as the windows opening to a marvellous view of the beautiful surroundings of Russia.

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Galileo

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Rebuilt in 2004 and renovated in 2007, the Galileo is a classic steel motor sailor furnished with 26 comfortable cabins and well-appointed public areas. The elegantly decorated interiors include a spacious dining room with wood and leather finishing and a warm, cozy lounge area with an American bar. Guests on board the Galileo can also relax on the shaded deck area with its outdoor bar or sunbathe on the loungers on the spacious sun deck.

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SPECIAL OFFER - Jewels of the Cyclades Cruise from Athens (8 Days)

From £1027.56 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£149.61) Sailing dates From 04 Oct 2014 to 10 Oct 2015

**SPECIAL OFFER**Enjoy 10% off 25th April 2015 sailing (Published rates reflect discount). The Aegean Islands of the Cyclades are known for their bright skies, crystal waters and charming whitewashed villages and ports. The eight-day Jewels of the Cyclades cruise takes you to the well-known islands of Santorini and Mykonos but also off the beaten track to small islands such as Paros and Felegadros. With just the right combination of sightseeing and relaxing, this cruise allows you to spend your days discovering historic ports of call and swimming in the clear waters of some secluded bays.

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Gemini

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Gemini is a magnificent sailing yacht ideal for exploring the amazing Mediterranean with an itinerary customised to your personal requirements. Accommodating 10 passengers in 5 air-conditioned, ensuite staterooms, you may dine surrounded by the beautiful leather and teak interior, or al fresco at the cockpit table beneath the stars. For the more adventurous, why not try your skills at the helm?

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Gerard Schmitter

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Explore the Rhine and its tributaries on board the Gérard Schmitter, a three deck ship constructed in 2012. The Gérard Schmitter is able to accommodate up to 176 guests in 88 comfortable twin cabins. On board, relax and soak up the sun and the wonderful scenery on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. The ship is also equipped with a spacious lounge bar with dance floor, gift shop and large restaurant.

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Glen Massan

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Discover the hidden beauty of Scotland’s West Coast aboard the traditional Glen Massan vessel. The beautifully converted traditional fishing vessel traverses the Argyll coastline rich in history, culture and wildlife and allows guests inshore access to some of the more remote idyllic areas, often undiscovered by visitors to the region. Measuring 85ft in length, the Glen Massan offers six spacious double cabins, two on deck and four below deck, furnished to a high standard with en-suite facilities. Facilities on-board include a wonderful informal dining area and bar where guests are served locally sourced menus at a communal table and an outdoor deck perfect for alfresco dining or watching the sunset. There are also two top deck areas with sun loungers and a great space for wildlife watching.

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Glen Tarsan

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Discover the hidden beauty of Scotland’s rugged coastline aboard Glen Massan’s sister ship the Glen Tarsan. Tastefully renovated in 2007, the traditional fishing vessel navigates the tranquil waters of the region to a backdrop of spectacular mountain scenery, stunning lochs and abundant wildlife and allows guests inshore access to some of the more remote idyllic areas, often undiscovered by visitors to the region. Measuring 85ft in length, the Glen Tarsan offers six spacious double cabins, two on deck and four below deck, furnished to a high standard with en-suite facilities. The two top deck areas are furnished with sun loungers and provide a great space for wildlife watching. Facilities on-board include a wonderful informal dining area and bar where guests are served locally sourced menus at a communal table and an outdoor deck perfect for alfresco dining or watching the sunset.

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Guideliner

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Guideliner is a 57ft twin-engine steel motor cruiser, comfortably accommodating 6 guests. The large saloon has excellent panoramic views whilst the spacious aft deck is the ideal place to sit relax or take your evening meal. Guideliner has central heating and all cabins have opening windows. The design of the ship allows for swift inter-island passages and she has the ability to adjust course for sightings of any fabulous marine wildlife.

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Halis Temel

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The Halis Temel is a 41 meter wooden hull motor yacht offering cruises along the Turquoise Coast of Turkey and the Greek islands of the Eastern Aegean. Life on board the Halis Temel centres on the Main Deck with its restaurant, American bar and glass-enclosed show-kitchen. Up on the Sun Deck you will find an oversized jacuzzi, a bar, a generous sunbathing area and an outdoor dining area where guests can dine al fresco while taking in the beautiful scenery.

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Hanseatic

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Whether travelling through thick pack ice, narrow fjords, vast oceans or along the coastlines of great continents, emabrk on a voyage of discovery, with destinations worldwide, on this five-star expedition ship. Without sacrificing luxury and sophisticated living, passengers can journey to remote regions in the comfort of the Hanseatic’s modern amenities. Well-appointed cabins accommodate up to 184 guests and cozy interiors provide ample space for casual camaraderie or quiet reverie.

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Harmony G

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The intimate Harmony G mega-yacht offers a perfect balance between conventional cruising and private yachting. Launched in 2001 and fully renovated in 2010, this sleek vessel is equipped with the latest amenities and furnished in a sophisticated and modern style. Spectacular views can be enjoyed from each of the 22 cabins as well as from the indoor and outdoor public areas, such as the lounge, American Bar and sun deck.

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Harmony V (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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Sleek in design, this sophisticated, modern mega-yacht was launched in 2008 and blends conventional cruising with a private yachting experience. Powerful engines, generators and state-of-the-art twin stabilizers allow for safe and comfortable cruising, while guests mingle with their fellow passengers in the tastefully decorated lounge and adjoining restaurant or unwind on the expansive sun deck, with its al fresco dining area.

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Harmony V (Cruise Only)

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Sleek in design, this sophisticated, modern mega-yacht was launched in 2008 and blends conventional cruising with a private yachting experience. Powerful engines, generators and state-of-the-art twin stabilizers allow for safe and comfortable cruising, while guests mingle with their fellow passengers in the tastefully decorated lounge and adjoining restaurant or unwind on the expansive sun deck, drinking in the spectacular fleeting sights.

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Classical Greece Cruise from Athens (8 Days)

From £1381.89 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£149.61) Sailing dates From 03 Oct 2014 to 18 Sep 2015

This 8 day Classical Greece cruise offers a wonderful blend of relaxation and sightseeing as you cruise to Santorini, Mykonos, Crete, the Peleponnese, Kythira and the popular island of Hydra (or Spetses). Dock alongside a new breathtaking island each day, swim in the clear waters, explore the ancient culture of the Greek islands and join optional excursions to some of the most fascinating sites in the Mediterranean.

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Hebridean Princess

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The Highlands and Islands of Scotland, her romantic castles, tranquil lochs, wide open spaces and little known anchorages are all accessible from the luxurious Hebridean Princess with cruises of between 4 and 8 nights. She guarantees exceptional service, fine food and wine and a very warm welcome. Of the 30 spacious and elegant cabins, 11 are designed especially for the single traveller. A range of guided walks are on offer.

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Hirondelle

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The 8-passenger Hirondelle cruises some of the most tranquil and beautiful waterways in all of Europe: the Canal de Bourgogne, the Canal du Centre, the Canal du Rhône au Rhine and the River Saône. The vessel is a charming floating “country home”, featuring four lavishly appointed staterooms with large windows that open well above the water line and en suite facilities. Excursions to the region’s wineries and places of interest are provided by minibus but there are also bicycles on board which guests can use to explore the local area. Outside, the Hirondelle has a spacious sundeck with comfortable seating and sunshades, providing the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the scenery of Burgundy and Franche-Comte. The vessel is available for both charter and individual bookings from April through to October.

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Impressionniste

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L'Impressionniste is a former Dutch cargo barge that was refurbished to a luxurious 12 passenger hotel barge. Having undergone a complete transformation, L'Impressionniste is today a powerful canal and river cruiser boasting elegant turn-of the-century décor, such as prints fabric and wall colorings. Other features on board include spacious cabins with en suite marble facilities, sundeck and spa pool.

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Burgundy Cruise from Fleurey sur Ouche to Escommes (7 Days)

From £3090.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Starting and ending with included transfers from Paris, this week-long cruise takes you through France's famous Burgundy wine region. En route you will visit Clos de Vougeot, home of the Chevaliers du Tastevin, sample the renowned Domaine Jafflin at a wine tasting session and enjoy a tour of Abbaye de la Bussiere. You will also explore the towns of Beaune and Dijon and sample the region's exquisite cuisine at a Michelin-starred restaurant.

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Infante Don Henrique

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Discover the delights of the Douro Valley in Portugal aboard the Infante Don Henrique, a 3 deck ship constructed in 2003. The ship is able to accommodate up to 142 guests in 71 comfortable double cabins, on a variety of itineraries which represent excellent value for money. Cruise in a unique setting, amid unspoilt nature and breathtaking landscapes. On board, swim in the pool or soak up the sun on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. This cruise ship also features a lounge bar with a dance floor and restaurant serving French inspired cuisine.

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Douro Valley 6 Day Cruise

From £499.22 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 27 Oct 2014 to 01 Apr 2015

Discover the picturesque Douro Valley on this fascinating six day cruise. Explore the historical cities of Porto, Lamego and Guimaraes, magnificent manor houses and local vineyards, accompanied by the striking scenery of the Douro.

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Porto, the Douro Valley and Salamanca 8 Day Cruise

From £800.79 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 29 Sep 2014 to 26 Oct 2015

Discover the Douro Valley region on this fascinating eight day cruise. Visit the historical towns of Porto, Braga, Vila Real and Salamanca, brimming with architectural treasures, accompanied by majestic scenery, delicious food and of course Porto wine.

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Invicta

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Discover the serene beauty of Portugal's Douro River on board the cruise ship, Invicta. With just 40 comfortable air-conditioned cabins, Invicta offers good levels of comfort as she cruises the Douro through the Portuguese countryside as far as the Spanish border.

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Irina

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Irina is a 66 foot ketch that accommodates 9 guests in 4 cabins. It is of classical Greek design, and comfortably takes charter guests around the Aegean Islands. She has two master cabins, each with private bathrooms and showers, as well as two double and one twin guest cabins with a shared bathroom.

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Italian Sailing Adventures

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Explore the beautiful Italian coastline on eWaterways' exclusive fleet of small sailing boats. We are delighted to be able to offer this unique product where unhurried itineraries, relaxation, an informal atmosphere and genuine Italian hospitality are key. Each carefully chosen boat carries a maximum of 6 passengers plus skipper and host and all feature comfortable interiors with modern furnishings and equipment. There is space for sunbathing on board, and snorkelling and fishing equipment, as well as a tender with outboard motor, are provided. The fleet includes boat types Harmony 42 and Sun Odyssey 42i and although the programmes offered are skippered, self-sail options may be available on request.

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Johann Strauss

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Built to the highest specifications in 2004, the four star Johann Strauss is a 90 cabin luxurious river cruiser, taking passengers to magnificent landmarks and vibrant cities across Europe. All cabins are large, with a generous 170 square feet of floor space. They are well planned and smartly furnished in light woods and restful colours and feature windows or balconies. Facilities include a king sized bed, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, television, telephone, minibar, safe, hairdryer, radio and en-suite bathroom facilities.

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Juno

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The Juno, originally launched in 1874, is now the world’s oldest registered ship with overnight accommodation. Travelling down Sweden’s canals on this boat is like stepping into another world. Renovated in 2003, the 29 cabins are nostalgically luxurious and tastefully fitted with brass details and handsome textiles. The bridge deck boasts a covered aft deck offering a perfect view in both sun and rain.

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SPECIAL OFFER - The Classic Canal Cruise from Stockholm to Gothenburg

From £1069.78 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 29 May 2015 to 25 Aug 2015

**Early Booking Offer**Receive 15% off regular cabin prices if you book by 15th December 2014. Please call for more information. (Published prices do not reflect discount). This classic travel route leads from the Baltic Sea at Stockholm to the mouth of the River Göta at Gothenburg, negotiating eight lakes, 66 locks and travelling through some of the most picturesque landscapes in the country.

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SPECIAL OFFER - The Classic Canal Cruise from Gothenburg to Stockholm

From £1069.78 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 24 May 2015 to 21 Aug 2015

**Early Booking Offer**Receive 15% off regular cabin prices if you book by 15th December 2014. Please call for more information. (Published prices do not reflect discount).Your four day cruise along the Göta Canal commences in Gothenburg, taking you from the mouth of the River Göta to the Baltic Sea and Stockholm. En route you will negotiate eight lakes, three canals, one river, two seas and no less than 66 locks with stops to visit Karlsborg Fortress, Motala, Berg and Söderköping to name just a few.

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Kaptan Yarkin

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The 25 metre Kaptan Yarkin is a traditional, hand-crafted sailing gulet which is available to charter in the dazzling Turkish waters. With six air-conditioned en suite cabins, comfortable communal areas and a spacious sun deck, this gulet offers a unique and private environment for small groups of friends or family. Your hospitable and professional captain will help you plan an itinerary around remote coves, dazzling deserted beaches and charming little fishing villages and you can choose to make your days as leisurely or as energetic as you please. Charter prices start at as little as EUR 3950 for seven nights' cruising including the hire of the gulet, services of a professional crew, harbour taxes, fuel, water, electricity and bedding. All inclusive dining/drinks packages are also available to book.

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Kitikaé

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Built in 1924, the Kitikaé is a vintage 20-meter Gentleman-Yacht.Restored meticulously, maintaining the purest English tradition, by incorporating precious wood essences, brass and copperr, creating a comfortable and charming ambiance. Hire your own private Yacht for a love-boat cruise in Paris for 2 passenger, and Ile de France region.A convivial "deck-house" opens onto a lovely deck in teak, ideal for a romantic dinner and admiring the scenery of the picturesque waterways and monuments. A cruise onboard the Kitikaé will be a wonderful experience. Our on-board chef will enjoy you with his exceptional cuisine combined with fine French wines.

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Kong Harald

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Named after the King of Norway, this majestic ship also pays tribute to other famous Norwegians and includes the Nansen club bar and Amundsen café. True to tradition, many local artists have put their own individual stamp on this elegant vessel, with distinctive works displayed throughout.

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Koshevoy

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The Koshevoy is specifially designed to provide her passengers the highest-level international standard of safety and convenience. Built in Germany, the vessel is equipped with up-to-date navigation devices and recently had major refurbishment making the ship one of the most comfortable in Ukraine. The cabins are outside-facing, with marvellous views along the Dnieper and the Black Sea through picture windows. Each cabin is equipped with air-conditioning, en suite facilities and a fridge.

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La Bella Vita

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La Bella Vita is a luxurious 20 passenger, 3 deck hotel barge, which has been completely refurbished with opulent decor, to create a stunning ship perfectly placed for cruising some of Italy’s most charming waterways between Venice and Mantua. With a large sundeck, gourmet cuisine, fine wines and comfortable air conditioned cabins this barge is the ideal choice for your Italian cruise.

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Classic Italy Cruise from Mantua to Venice (7 Days)

From £2290.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

This very special cruise takes you on a voyage along some of the most beautiful waterways in Italy, between Venice and the Renaissance city of Mantua, and provides a real insight into the contrasting cultures, landscapes and architecture of the region. Highlights of the cruise include a tour of historic Venice, dinner at a 17th century stately home, a private visit to the wine cellars and gardens in Villa Widmann-Borlotti and an exploration of the Ducal Palace in Mantua. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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La Belle Epoque

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The 12-passenger La Belle Époque is a state-of the-art luxury hotel barge which benfited from a major refurbishment in 2011. She has been designed with both elegance and passenger comfort in mind and offers a host of luxurious facilities, including a sun deck, spa-pool and wood panelled saloon and dining room. She provides the opulence of a top class hotel with ever-changing Burgundy scenery.

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Burgundy Cruise from Tanlay to Venarey le Laumes (7 Days)

From £3090.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Board the luxury barge, La Belle Epoque, for an all-inclusive cruise through the beautiful landscapes and villages of Burgundy. Enjoy visits to the Abbaye de Fontenay, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and to the village of Flavigny sur Ozerain, location of the film 'Chocolat' and Noyers-sur-Serein, one of the most beautiful villages in Burgundy. No visit to Burgundy would be complete without a wine tasting and this cruise includes a Chablis tasting at Domaine Billaud Simon, renowned for its Premier and Grand Cru wines. With transfers to and from Paris included in the package, this cruise offers and insight into Burgundy which is both highly personalised and extremely accessible. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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La Bonne Amie

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La Bonne Amie is as spacious as she is elegant, accommodating eight guests in luxuriously appointed style and comfort. The barge has four spacious staterooms comprising most of the lower deck. Each beautiful, individually decorated bedroom is furnished with table and chairs, your choice of oversize twin or king-size bed, closet space, a CD sound system, individual climate control, and a large bathroom with twin wash basins and a roomy shower. The salon is equipped with a CD sound system, a library of current books, up-to-date magazines and periodicals, and an intimate bar stocked to oblige your every fancy. Fresh flowers are always a part of your surroundings. A sunning area and an immaculate sunken hot tub are on the main deck for your outdoor relaxation and pleasure. La Bonne Amie is over 3,230 square feet and 3 levels of refined & elegant contemporary style. Guests especially enjoy the upper deck for sunbathing, and the semi circular indoor/outdoor Bar, the spacious and cozy salon with fireplace, library, dining area.

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La Dolce Vita

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La Dolce Vita was originally a Dutch vessel which now traverses the calm waters of the Venetian lagoon. This charming 6-passenger vessel with a crew of three is the only barge which cruises this unique route. She has three comfortable cabins each with an en-suite bathroom. The route is a mixture of canal and river following the ancient trade routes used by the Romans and the early Mediterranean settlers. La Dolce Vita is air-conditioned and boasts a spacious sun deck for outdoor dining or just admiring the stunning Italian architecture as you cruise.

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La Nouvelle Etoile

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Setting a new horizon for river barging, the luxurious 8-passenger La Nouvelle Etoile boasts sophisticated technology and state-of-the-art interiors. Equipped with internet access with flat-screen monitors, satellite television and a luxurious bathroom with an oversized shower, each of the four suites is specifically built to ensure guests' highest comfort. One of the suites is fully adapted to accommodate passengers with physical challenges. The barge’s attentive crew of five is comprised of an experienced captain, Master Chef, Tour Guide and two Stewardesses, all of whom will ensure you a truly memorable cruise.

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La Reine Pedauque

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The exquisite barge La Reine Pedauque navigates on the 300 year old Canal de Bourgogne, gracefully making her way through locks and the valleys of the "Gold Coast" in Burgundy. She accommodates eight guests in four large suites featuring opening portholes. The vessel has been refitted to provide wheelchair access, with enhancements designed to offer disabled guests the same luxury experience as all her passengers.

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La Vancelle

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La Vancelle is a Dutch barge built in 1929 in the Wolthuis Sappermeer boat yard in the north of Holland. La Vancelle has been the joy and contentment of her owners, Florence and Bernard Odinet. Today, she is waiting for you on the Canal du Midi, so that she can help you discover the freedom and joys of a canal cruise in the Midi. She comes equipped with all the comforts needed: a 4000 litre water tank, a water heater for hot water and heating, a cooker, an oven, a dish washer, a clothes washer and dryer, two fridges. For a touch of romance, there is also a piano on board. A corner kitchen, dining room and living room, three cabins, two with double beds and one with twin beds, each cabin with its own bathroom, means that six people can be accommodated in full comfort. The furnishings and interior finish are most often in exotic hard wood and give an authentic "sailing" ambience.

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Le Bon Vivant

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Le Bon Vivant is as commodious as her sisters, but with an especially spacious sun deck, luxurious accommodations for eight, and the same incomparable attention to service that has been the benchmark of any French Waterways experience. The salon is equipped with the Bose CD System, a library of current books, up-to-date magazines and periodicals, and a well-stocked bar. Fresh flowers are the complement to a decor furnished to be as comfortable as it is elegant. You will have first-hand knowledge of French cuisine's world renown. Your chef on Le Bon Vivant uses only the finest fresh local produce, procured daily, to give added dimension to the term "dining". Special dietary needs will be accommodated with the same dedication. Attention to every detail is evident in the use of beautiful table linens, fine china, crystal and silverware. The immaculate hot tub (in the form of a wine barrel) and a large sunning terrace await your outdoor relaxation and pleasure on the main deck.

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Le Boreal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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Le Phenicien

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Le Phenicien blends the spaciousness of a larger river cruiser with the intimacy of a well-designed and decorated canal barge. There are nine comfortable cabins with twin or queen beds and en-suite bathrooms. The 1000-foot salon offers plenty of comfortable seating and an elegant dining area, and is surrounded by picture windows. While cruising the waterways of Provence, you can enjoy a drink at the bar, take a comfortable seat in the lounge, play chess, read a book, listen to music or just enjoy the scenery of this most charming area of France.

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Provence and the Camargue Cruise - Aigues-Mortes to Avignon

From £2007.88 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 05 Oct 2014 to 02 Nov 2014

Experience the French ‘Art de Vivre’, enjoy fine wines and gourmet Provencal cuisine, all freshly prepared by your chef, as you learn about the traditions and history of Provence and the Camargue. This week-long cruise takes you along the Rhone, the Petit Rhone and the canals of the Camargue from the walled city of Aigues-Mortes to the historical Provencal city of Avignon.

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Provence and the Camargue Cruise - Avignon to Aigues-Mortes

From £2007.88 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 26 Oct 2014

Starting in the historic city of Avignon, this week-long cruise of Provence and the Camargue brings together history, culture, gastronomy and fine wine as you explore the sights of the Rhone, Petit Rhone and the canals of Camargue. Showcasing the diversity of this charming area, you’ll enjoy visits to ancient palaces, top-class wine cellars, cowboy ranches and medieval villages.

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Cruise and Golf from Avignon to Aigues Mortes (7 Days)

From £2496.07 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 26 Oct 2014

Enjoy a different golf course every day during your luxury cruise on board Le Phenicien. This cruise commences in Avignon and will take you on a trip along the Rhone, the Petit Rhone and canals of Camargue, including 5 rounds of golf on some of France’s most scenic and famous courses. This cruise can also be combined with the standard Provence and Camargue Cruise if you are travelling with non-golfers.

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Cruise and Golf from Aigues Mortes to Avignon (7 Days)

From £2496.07 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 05 Oct 2014 to 02 Nov 2014

This week-long cruise takes you to some of France's most prestigious and scenic golf courses as you travel along the Rhone, the Petit Rhone and the canals of the Camargue from the walled city of Aigues-Mortes to the historical Provencal city of Avignon. During the cruise you can enjoy playing on a different course each day and gourmet food and fine regional wines will be served at lunches and dinners on board. This golf cruise can also be combined with the standard Provence and Camargue cruise if you are travelling with non-golfers.

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Le Ponant (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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This beautifully appointed 290-foot vessel was built in France in 1991 and currently sails through some of the world’s most amazing tropical locations. Le Ponant is a sleek, white, three-masted sailing vessel built to the highest international standards. Sailing experience is not necessary as the crew perform all the manoeuvres, but they are only too happy to answer your sailing questions and you can guarantee that you will be accompanied on your travels by other passengers with a love of the ocean. With accommodation for just 64 guests and a crew of 32, you can be assured of attentive service throughout your cruise. Le Ponant features a gourmet and an open-air restaurant, a lounge, bar and video room. All of the well-appointed cabins benefit from an ocean views, air-conditioning and a host of modern amenities including flatscreen television and Wi-fi.

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Le Ponant (Cruise Only)

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. This beautifully appointed 290-foot vessel was built in France in 1991 and currently sails through some of the world’s most amazing tropical locations. Le Ponant is a sleek, white, three-masted sailing vessel built to the highest international standards. Sailing experience is not necessary as the crew perform all the manoeuvres, but they are only too happy to answer your sailing questions and you can guarantee that you will be accompanied on your travels by other passengers with a love of the ocean. With accommodation for just 64 guests and a crew of 32, you can be assured of attentive service throughout your cruise. Le Ponant features a gourmet and an open-air restaurant, a lounge, bar and video room. All of the well-appointed cabins benefit from an ocean views, air-conditioning and a host of modern amenities including flatscreen television and Wi-fi.

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Le Soleal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. Built in the style of the world’s most luxurious mega-yachts and newly launched in 2013, Le Soléal offers an exquisite cruising experience, combining exciting voyages of discovery with the passionate attention to detail that creates an intimate and relaxing setting for this most graceful form of travel. With its sleek and environmentally friendly design, Le Soléal is capable of accessing smaller ports and its unobstructed arching windows expand your view of the most beautiful scenery. All 132 staterooms and suites are furnished with only the most elegant decor; pristine silvers, creamy whites and a style fashioned after today’s luxury yachting world. Enjoy delicious French cuisine at the stunning Gastronomic Restaurant or a casual buffet lunch in the Grill Restaurant. Relax with a cocktail in the Main Lounge and take in live entertainment in the Panoramic Lounge and the state-of-the-art theatre. Unwind in the fitness room, or survey the horizon from the open-air bar and pool deck.

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Lenin

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The Lenin is a modern river cruise ship offering cruises on the Volga between the Russian cities of Moscow and St Ptersburg. She was built in Germany in 1987 but the extensive renovation that took place in 2007 equipped the Lenin with state-of-the-art facilities and modern interior decoration. All cabins are outside with large (except lower deck) scenic windows, equipped with private facilities, air-conditioning, refrigerator and 220 volt sockets.

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Lev Tolstoy

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Constructed in Austria using high quality materials, the Lev Tolstoy was originally designed for high ranking Kremlin officials and to host foreign dignitaries. Sailing the waterways of Russia, the Lev Tolstoy offers a range of comfortable air-conditioned cabins and suites for up to 160 guests. Her wealth of public amenities include a swimming pool, piano bar, coffee station, conference hall, boutique, sauna and a beauty salon.

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EARLY BOOKING OFFER - 8 Day Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg

From £874.02 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£23.63) Sailing dates From 09 May 2015 to 26 Sep 2015

**Early Booking Offer**Book by 1st October 2014 to receive EUR100 per person (or AUD/USD/GBP equivalent) off the following departure dates 9th May, 18th July & 29th August 2015. Book before 20th December 2014 to receive EUR50 per person (or AUD/USD/GBP equivalent) off cabin rates. Please call for more information. Get acquainted with the unique culture and traditions of Russia on this memorable 8-day cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg. Starting in the lively Russian capital, travel along the Volga through the Russian countryside, taking in ancient fortresses, luxurious palaces, old churches and wooden villages as you go. Highlights of the cruise are included tours in Moscow, Uglich, Goritsy, Kizhi, Mandrogi and St Petersburg and while on board you will enjoy a range of traditional and more modern entertainment. Please be advised that not all sailings are English speaking, please check with your sales advisor before booking for more information.

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EARLY BOOKING OFFER - 8 Day Cruise from St Petersburg to Moscow

From £952.76 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£23.63) Sailing dates From 16 May 2015 to 05 Sep 2015

**Early Booking Offer**Book by 1st October 2014 to receive EUR100 per person (or AUD/USD/GBP equivalent) off the following departure dates 13th & 27th June 2015. Book before 20th December 2014 to receive EUR50 per person (or AUD/USD/GBP equivalent) off cabin rates. Please call for more information. Board the Lev Tolstoy in St Petersburg for an exciting exploration of the cities, towns and countryside of Russia. Begin your trip with a tour of the captivating city of St Petersburg before cruising south to visit the towns of Mandrogi, Kizhi, Goritsy and Uglich. Your journey ends in the historic Russian capital, Moscow, where you will visit the world-famous Kremlin. Please be advised that not all sailings are English speaking, please check with your sales advisor before booking for more information.

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Litvinov

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Guests will experience good levels of comfort on board the Litvinov, one of the best cruise ships in Russia. The vessel’s spacious cabins and well-appointed facilities accommodate up to 220 passengers. A distinguishing feature is her two restaurants which allow for a single sitting at meals and which are both lined with panoramic windows so you can enjoy the wonderful scenery while dining. Other amenities include a lounge and bar on the sun deck or, for a quieter atmosphere, guests can retreat to the Ladoga Lounge and Reading Room.

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Lofoten

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MS Lofoten is in operation on the Coastal Voyage during the winter months and voyages around the Svalbard Archipelago throughout the summer. Built in 1964 and reftted and refurbished in 2004, she has the distinction of being named a listed vessel by the Norwegian Director General of Historic Monuments.

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Lord of the Glens

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The 54 passenger Lord of the Glens journeys through the Scottish countryside in spectacular style. From the moment you step aboard you are surrounded by the rich mahogany finishes of the reception area and lobby. The ship is magnificently appointed and is more in keeping with the standard expected of a stately country manor than that of a five-star ship. The cabins are tastefully decorated, comfortable and spacious with wonderful outside views.

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8 Day Heart of the Highlands Cruise from Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness

From £1606.25 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 06 Jul 2015 to 12 Oct 2015

This seven night itinerary introduces you to some of the highlights of the scenic Scottish Highlands. Departing from Kyle of Lochalsh you will visit Culloden, Loch Ness and the Islands of Mull and Iona, as well as cruising the majestic Caledonian Canal.

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8 Day Heart of the Highlands Cruise from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh

From £1606.25 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 04 May 2015 to 05 Oct 2015

Sail through some of Scotland’s most stunningly beautiful lochs and enjoy the serenity of the timeless landscape on this seven night Highlands cruise which features a comprehensive programme of visits including Culloden, Loch Ness, the Sound of Mull, Iona, Tobermory and the Isle of Skye.

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6 Day Spring and Autumn in the Highlands Cruise from Oban to Inverness

From £822.50 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 10 Oct 2014 to 24 Oct 2015

Cruise the Highlands of Scotland during the Spring or Autumn, when there are few tourists but the rugged scenery is at its dramatic best. This five night cruise starts in Oban and sails to Inverness, passing by the Isle of Mull, Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness en route.

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6 Day Spring and Autumn in the Highlands Cruise from Inverness to Oban

From £822.50 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 15 Oct 2014 to 19 Oct 2015

This six day cruise incorporates the highlights of any cruise to the Scottish Highlands. Starting in Inverness, transit the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness, Loch Oich, Loch Lochy and Corpach, which lies in the shadow of Ben Nevis. Travel on the West Highland Line to Glenfinnan, visit Tobermory and Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull, and enjoy a visit to a whiskey distillery before ending your cruise in Oban.

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Lorraine

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**Unfortunately the Lorraine will be out of service in 2012 while she undergoes essential maintenance. Please check out our Burgundy cruises on the Caprice as a nice alternative, or call for details of other cruises in the Alsace region. ** The Lorraine is an 11 cabin traditional barge which offers delightful cruises through Alsace. Experience a different pace of life as you cruise the waterways of France at just 4mph. This luxury barge offers high levels of comfort and personalised service, with one crew member for every three passengers. Inside, the Lorraine benefits from large picture windows which let in the soft light that inspired Impressionist painters in the 1800’s. The public areas are decorated with wood, brass and charming fabrics and the comfortable cabins are all air-conditioned. Enjoy gourmet cuisine prepared by chefs from some of France’s top schools, all complemented with carefully selected wines of the region. A cruise on the Lorraine offers the chance to enjoy the exquisite countryside and flavours of Alsace in unpretentious luxury.

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Luciole

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The Luciole hotel barge combines comfort, personal service and gastronomy as she explores the waterways of Central France. With a spacious lounge featuring large picture windows, a library, open bar and observation deck, guests are able to enjoy the character of the Nivernais in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. The four course evening meals accompanied by wines of the region are a highlight with the on-board chef cooking up French specialties with a modern twist.

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Magna Carta

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The 8-passenger Magna Carta is one of the finest and most luxurious vessels cruising the British Isles. She has a special ambience created by combining a traditional barge hull with fittings in fine mahogany, outstanding teak and oak. All staterooms are equipped with hair dryers, ample hanging and drawer space, television with DVD and comfortable beds with the finest cotton bedding. The upper deck is home to an air-conditioned saloon with tinted picture windows offering the finest panoramic views to three aspects. Four Italian leather sofas provide extremely comfortable seating adjacent to a fully stocked bar. And last but certainly not least, guests will be indulged with the most exquisite dishes delivered from the professional galley.

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Thames Cruise from Hampton Court Palace to Henley-on-Thames (7 days)

From £2650.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Navigate England's "Royal River" and visit some of the finest sites in the south of the country. Starting with a traditional cream tea in London, you will be transferred to the barge in Hampton Court. Spend a week cruising on the Thames as far as Henley, the Royal regatta town, and enjoy visits to Henry VIII's Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, the Stanley Spencer Gallery, Christ Church College in Oxford and the Magna Carta Memorial in Runnymede. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Marjorie II

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The Marjorie II's size offers a level of personnel service unusual on a hotel vessel. When entering the Marjorie II you will be struck by the well-designed interior created for luxury, elegance and spaciousness. Relax in the beautiful surroundings and enjoy an unrivalled view from the large panoramic windows while cruising the inland waterways of Europe. In the dining room you will find French cuisine of the highest quality, served on the finest china and silverware, all of which combine for a memorable culinary experience. The sundeck is the perfect place to relax, further enhanced by the enticing Jacuzzi. What better place to appreciate the scenery! Cabin comfort is a priority on the Marjorie II. The bedrooms have been created to comfortably accommodate queen or twin beds. Each room has been furnished in an old ship style with mahogany and brass fittings. If you wish to keep in touch with home or just wind down at the end of the day, then make full use of the Satellite TV and video library. The en-suite bathrooms come fully fitted with double sinks, oversized showers with massage jets and all necessary amenities. This spacious river barge compromises three decks: the main deck, the cabin deck and a sundeck. As well as this there is a saloon and dining area. The boat carries with it bicycles that are available to use.

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Meanderer Hotel Barge

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The Meanderer Hotel Barge was originally a 1948 Belgian barge, lovingly restored in 1992 to become a luxury barge hotel offering cruises in the Upper Loire region of France. The barge has three air-conditioned, en suite cabins, each finished to a wonderful standard, and a large living/dining area for you to relax in as you watch the scenery go by. There is also an outdoor teak-covered deck with a heated-spa pool and sun loungers. The Meanderer is staffed by a captain, chef, hostess, steward and boatman, and service is of the highest standard.

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Miaplacidus

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The Miaplacidus is a beautiful Canadian Ketch measuring 20 metres in length with a centreboard keel that allows navigating into very shallow waters and access to hidden coves and bays. There are three comfortable cabins furnished with wooden panelling and nautical touches and en suite facilities. Life on board the Miaplacidus revolves around the attractive foredeck with hammock and the impressive centre cockpit with comfortable seating where you can enjoy the majestic scenery of Northern Sicily and the Aeolian Islands. Guests can also relax and socialise in the indoor communal dining and lounge area.

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Michelangelo

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Discover the beauty of Italy aboard the comfortable Michelangelo, a 2 deck ship constructed in 2000 and refurbished in 2010. The ship measures 110 metres in length and can accommodate up to 158 passengers in a total of 78 cabins. Facilities on board include a swimming pool and a spacious sun deck, complete with a shaded area. There is also a gift shop, a lounge bar with a dance floor and a restaurant serving French inspired cuisine. ****Please note that this is a French-operated ship and that French will usually be the first language spoken on board.****

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Venice and its Lagoon Cruise - 5 Days

From £467.72 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 10 Oct 2014 to 26 Oct 2015

This five day cruise introduces you the sights of Venice and the Ventian Lagoon. With optional tours to the islands of Murano and Burano and the ancient university city of Padua, as well as plenty of time to explore the canals and squares of Venice, this cruise is a perfect introduction to an area as rich in history and culture as it is in charm.

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Midnatsol

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Midnatsol took her maiden voyage along the Norwegian coast in April 2003 and has become a favourite. The ship has similar capacity and facilities to her sister ship Trollfjord, with large panorama lounges, cafés and bars - an ideal blend of traditional and 21st Century design. Her light public rooms are perfect for viewing the scenic coast. The sun deck is equipped with two Jacuzzis and there is also a ftness room on board.

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Mirabelle

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The Mirabelle originates from Holland and was completely renovated in 1982, receiving regular refurbishments since then in order to maintain her high standards. She measures over 38 metres in length and accommodates up to 24 passengers in 12 comfortable, air conditioned twin cabins. She cruises the Garonne, Dordogne and Gironde rivers in France, offering spacious public facilities, such as a lounge and bar area, a 30 square metre deck and excellent cuisine.

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Modigliani

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Discover the hidden treasures of Central Europe onboard the Modigliani, a 2 deck ship constructed in 2001 and measuring 110 metres in length, with a width of nearly 12 metres. The Modigliani is able to accommodate up to 160 guests in 78 comfortable double cabins, on a selection of itineraries which represent excellent value for money. On board, relax and soak up the sun on the spacious sundeck, complete with shaded area. This cruise ship also features a lounge bar with a dance floor and a restaurant serving French inspired cuisine.

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Monet

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Cruise the beautiful Adriatic Sea between Venice and Dubrovnik aboard the charming M/V Monet. With 30 outside cabins, it is just the right size for calling at small island ports and into the center of coastal cities. The Monet has been lovingly crafted and furnished with all the fine services and amenities you would expect of a luxury vessel. The 30 air-conditioned cabins all have have private facilities and satellite TV.

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Musandira II

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This traditional wooden sailing gulet was specially designed with group charters in mind, so she has everything that holidaying groups could possibly need. This striking ship offers high quality accommodation for up to 12 guests in six double cabins. The gulet features wind surfing equipment and a canoe as well as snorkelling and fishing gear, including a ‘fish finding’ device. Charter prices start at as little as EUR 3950 for seven nights' cruising including the hire of the gulet, services of a professional crew, harbour taxes, fuel, water, electricity and bedding. All inclusive dining/drinks packages are also available to book.

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Napoleon

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The Napoleon is a beautifully appointed river cruiser, combining all the amenities of a luxury hotel with the friendly ambience of a country inn. The boat can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests on three spacious decks. A sun deck with jacuzzi and exercise equipment is located on the top deck; the main deck is home to the salon, dining room and one stateroom, and the lower deck contains the remaining five guest cabins. The vessel is fully air-conditioned throughout and you can expect to sample wonderful French cuisine, freshly prepared by the chef and accommpanied by fine regional wines, while you are on board. The Napoleon is available for charter as well as individual bookings.

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Provence Rhône Cruise (7 Days)

From £4000.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates October 5th, 12th or 19th 2014

Board the luxury River Cruiser, Napoleon, for a thrilling journey along the majestic Rhône, en route to the grand cities and dramatic landscapes of Provence. The scent of Mediterranean herbs, the rustle of silvery olive leaves, the fine wines of Chateaneuf-du-Pape...Provence is a heady mix of sights and scents, bathed in the bright light that inspired the paintings of Van Gogh and Cezanne. This very special cruise runs between Tain and Arles and includes the return TGV journey from Paris.

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National Geographic Explorer

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A former Norwegian ferry, the National Geographic Explorer was converted into a state-of-the-art ice-class expedition ship and launched in 2008. She is a powerful, fast and stylish cruiser designed for 21st-century exploration. The ship offers up to 148 guests an environment of adventure, comfort and informality in her expansive public areas and 81 outside cabins.

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Niagara

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The traditionally built motor yacht "Niagara" offers a travel adventure back in time and a real insight into France as it should be seen. The air-conditioned main deck, with its comfortable wheel house, offers you an ideal occasion to assist the captain in all manoeuvres. Sumptuous suites and bathrooms await a maximum of 6 passengers. On the upper level you will appreciate the spacious sun-deck with swimming pool and jet-stream - depending on your preference. It may be warmed up to 85°F or more. Just relax and enjoy the comfort of this casual cruise. Mountain bikes are always onboard and ready to go, for casual rides along the tow-path or cross country raids.

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Noorderlicht

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First built in 1910 as a three-masted schooner, the elegant, German-made Noorderlicht now has a well-balanced two-masted schooner rig and is capable of sailing the seven seas. The Noorderlicht provides accommodation for 20 guests in cosy twin cabins, with shared shower and toilet facilities. She offers an intimate and comfortable atmosphere during her cruises, mainly along the spectacular Spitsbergen. The highly experienced captain and crew will ensure that you have a wonderful and unforgettable journey on board this light and graceful vessel.

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Nordkapp

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Nordkapp is named after the famous North Cape, which is a cape on the island of Magerøya in northern Norway, in the municipality of Nordkapp. The varied and exciting themes from coastal culture illustrated in works of art throughout the ship make it a floating art gallery. These complement the changing scenes, which may be seen from the panorama lounges and elegant restaurant. There are two outside Jacuzzis on board.

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Nordlys

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The Norwegian cruise ship, Nordlys, was launched in 1994. Translated into English, her name means ‘Northern Lights,’ so it is apt that her internal decor is based on this theme. Norwegian artists have used wood and elegant brass fittings to create a refined, yet relaxed atmosphere. The Nordlys accommodates up to 475 passengers in a range of accommodation from basic inside cabins to luxury suites and her facilities include an impressive lounge and restaurant, sauna, fitness room, library, internet station, cafe and an inviting sun deck.

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Nordnorge

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The Norwegian coastal cruiser, Nordnorge, was launched in 1997 and carries over 450 passengers on exhilarating journeys up the Norwegian coast and into the Arctic waters. Local artists worked on the internal décor to create an atmosphere which is light and airy with art deco and art nouveau influences. The Nordnorge offers a range of accommodation for all budgets, ranging from cosy inside cabins to luxury suites and the extensive public amenities include 2 outdoor jacuzzis, a library, internet cafe, sauna and fitness room.

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Nordstjernen

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Built in 1956, the Nordstjernen is a traditional working ship that was modernized during the 1980s to facilitate voyages around the Spitsbergen Archipelago. The vessel has since been refurbished, all the while maintaining her rich vintage character that makes her a firm favorite among cruise enthusiasts. The ship is in excellent shape and preserves a high degree of charm, a sense of intimacy, and that good traditional coastal atmosphere.

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Nymphea

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The 6-passenger Nymphea is of classic Dutch design. With her shallow draft, this barge is ideal for navigating the incredibly beautiful yet somewhat sandy reaches of the river Cher in the Loire valley. Refitted throughout, her traditional ship interior features a warm decor of rich varnished hardwoods, stained glass and a welcoming country house atmosphere. She has three comfortable cabins providing two twin-bedded staterooms and one twin or double stateroom with en-suite facilities. The Nymphea’s crew of three – a Captain, Chef and Tour Guide – are exceptional hosts and their knowledge of all aspects of this fascinating area will ensure your journey is one to remember.

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Classic Loire Valley Cruise (7 Days)

From £2750.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 04 Oct 2015

The spectacular valley of the Loire and its main tributary, the River Cher, have carried passengers and cargo since pre-Roman times and the Nymphea is proud to be the only hotel barge navigating the heart of the Loire Valley. From magnificent chateaux to private wine tastings and gastronomic delights created by your on-board chef, this week-long cruise introduces you to some of the very best that France has to offer.

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Ortelius

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The ice-strengthened 'Ortelius' vessel has been cleverly refurbished to provide Polar expedition cruises in the Artic and Antarctica. Travellers have the opportunity to explore remote locations including Franz Josef Land and the Ross Sea, and observe an abundance of wildlife. The vessel can accommodate up to 100 passengers offering comfortable cabins, two restaurants, a bar/lecture room and sauna. Voyages on the Ortelius provide quality exploratory wildlife programs, spending as much time as possible ashore.

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Panache

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The Panache is a twelve passenger luxury hotel barge of classic Dutch design. The barge is tastefully furnished in an old ship style with brass and mahogany fittings, creating a very comfortable and charming atmosphere. There are spacious public areas including a salon and dining area and sun deck with heated spa pool and six large double or twin en-suite suites. The Panache also has an onboard master chef who will serve guests gourmet cuisine daily with fine selected wines.

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Amsterdam Tulip Cruise (7 Days)

From £3250.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 29 Mar 2015 to 03 May 2015

Holland is known for its tulips and on this week-long cruise on the luxury barge, Panache, you will get to visit the world-famous gardens at Keukenhof to see a dazzling display of spring colour. Enjoy the country's rich cultural and artistic heritage as you cruise along tranquil waterways dotted with windmills and visit he cities of Rotterdam, Delft, Haarlem and Gouda. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Classic Alsace Cruise (7 Days)

From £3190.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Explore the Alsace region, with its unique blend of French and German cultures, on this classic seven day cruise on board the Panache. Visit the towns of Strasbourg, Lutzelbourg, Sarrebourg and Saverne and sample some of the best wines from the vineyards of the Vosges mountains. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Panagiota

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The Pangiota is a family owned luxury yacht with excellent sailing behavior. It combines the character and craftsmanship of a traditional Greek sailing yacht with the luxury and safety of a modern yacht. Its design makes it the right boat for relaxing vacations at sea, with spacious and interior living areas, and sprawling, uncluttered decks ideal for groups seeking a holiday lifestyle focused around sea, sun and friends on board.

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Panorama

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The Panorama was launched in 1993 and fully renovated in 2009 and is now a state of the art sail cruiser comfortably accommodating up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious dining room, lounge and bar area, including a well stocked library, providing a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Life on board the Panorama centres around the outdoor areas and its sun deck is the perfect place in which to relax, sunbathe and admire the passing scenery.

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The Adriatic Odyssey from Dubrovnik (8 Days)

From £1409.45 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£204.73) Sailing dates From 10 May 2015 to 09 Aug 2015

Take a voyage of discovery to unravel the wonders of the Ionian and Adriatic Seas as you board the sailing cruiser, Panorama, for an eight day cruise from Dubrovnik. Each day will deliver you to a new port of call as you leave the Croatian mainland and travel via Korcula and Montenegro to the Greek islands of Paxos and Corfu. From Greece the ship sails to Albania and Kotor in Montenegro before returning to Dubrovnik.

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Panorama II (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The sailing cruiser Panorama II was launched in 2004 offering a high standard of accommodation for up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious lounge and dining room with comfortable seating and enticing daily menus. The aft area on the Upper deck provides generous semi covered or sun exposed areas and some magnificent views of the passing coastal scenery, and the swimming platform enables you to swim and snorkel from the back of the boat when weather and anchorage conditions permit.

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Panorama II (Cruise Only)

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The sail cruiser Panorama II was launched in 2004 offering a high standard of accommodation for up to 49 passengers. The ship boasts a spacious lounge and dining room with comfortable seating and enticing daily menus. The aft area on the Upper deck provides generous semi covered or sun exposed areas and some magnificent views of the passing coastal scenery, and the swimming platform enables you to swim when weather and anchorage conditions permit.

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Pegasus

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Built in 1990, the Pegasus was refurbished in 2009 to the highest of standards, offering a private yacht-style experience in its well-appointed public areas and spacious cabins. The 49-passenger twin-hulled mega yacht allows guests to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while an attentive crew sees to all your requirements, ensuring you have the most enjoyable and comfortable experience on board. Admire the spectacular views from the indoor/outdoor lounge or from its adjoining dining area that is surrounded by large panoramic windows.

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Peter Tchaikovskiy

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The Peter Tchaikovskiy is a Russian river vessel built in Germany in 1981 and completely renovated in 2000. The ship features comfortable outside staterooms, affording majestic views of the passing countryside, and all are air-conditioned with private shower facilities. On board amenities include a small souvenir shop, music salon, theatre, beauty salon and an evening entertainment programme.

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Plancius

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First built in 1976 as an oceanographic research vessel for the Royal Dutch Navy and named "Hr. Ms. Tydeman", the Plancius has now been fully reconstructed as a 110-passenger vessel suitable for Polar expeditions. The vessel offers a restaurant/lecture room and a spacious observation lounge (with bar) with large windows, offering a full panorama view. All cabins are generously proportioned and are outside facing, mostly equipped with two bunk beds and a comfortable private bathroom.

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Polarlys

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The Polarlys is a stylish ship, furnished with mahogany panelling, polished brass and a well considered selection of Norwegian contemporary art. You will find sculptures and carvings in marble, exciting paintings and glass art, and an unparalleled view from almost every quarter of the ship. On board facilities include bars, cafes and a restaurant.

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Premicon Queen

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The Premicon Queen truly is a floating grand hotel, where exceptional service is the ultimate goal. A glass-enclosed gourmet restaurant, elegant panoramic lounge, first class on-board entertainment, a Viennese cafe, an expansive sundeck and a putting green are just some of the ship's plentiful amenities. Accommodation is provided in a range of spacious suites, allowing you to enjoy river cruising in ultimate comfort. **Please note that this is a German operated vessel and is currently only suitable for German speaking passengers. Please call and speak to one of our agents for more information.**

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Princess Anabella

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The Princess Anabella was constructed in the Netherlands and offers good levels of comfort as she cruises the Russian waterways between Moscow and St Petersburg. With accommodation for 90 passengers and a crew of 40 professional staff, guests can enjoy an intimate atmosphere and good levels of service. The ship boasts a large panoramic restaurant featuring Russian and continental cuisine, as well as regional specialities. Public areas include a spacious sun deck, a small library, a bar and an elevator between the decks.

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Princesse de Provence

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The Princesse de Provence is a deluxe river cruiser built in 1992 and refurbished in 2005. She has a light and airy ambiance and is distinguished by staterooms on her upper deck featuring full length French doors which open (cabins on the lower deck have large windows). Original works of art can be found throughout the vessel. The Princesse de Provence has a total of 70 beautifully appointed river-view cabins, each fitted with built-in closets, desk, shower and toilet, telephone and three channel radio.

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Prospérité

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The Prospérité is a luxury barge navigating the rivers and canals of central Burgundy. A maximum of 8 people can indulge in this memorable journey through one of the most beautiful regions of France. Admire the medieval villages nestled in vineyard-clad hills gliding past while soaking in the hot tub on deck or be entertained by the Chef’s planned and impromptu demonstrations in French or Continental cuisine.

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Quest

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The Quest is a gem of an expedition ship. Her small size allows her to venture where larger ships cannot, yet because of her substantial build and design she is as at home in the barren wilderness of Greenland as she is in a tranquil Scottish loch. Built in Denmark in 1992 and completely refurbished in 2008, the Quest carries a maximum of fifty passengers in attractive and comfortable cabins with outside views. All cabins are well designed with typical Scandinavian light woods and pleasing colours and equipped with individually controlled heating and air-conditioning, private shower and toilet.

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Rembrandt

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With a maximum of just 80 guests rather than the customary 160-200, the Rembrandt is able to offer a yacht-like atmosphere which is enhanced by the stylish décor of beautiful woods and luxurious fabrics. Enjoy the captivating panorama along the Rhone & Saone river through charming Burgundy & Provence in the comfort of the Rembrandt's well design suites and cabins. All feature large windows or French balconies and en suite bathroom. Other facilities in the cabins include satellite television, telephone with international access, hairdryer and individually controlled heating and air-conditioning.

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Renaissance

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The Renaissance accommodates just eight guests, in luxuriously appointed style and elegance. Stone and wood flooring, fine furniture and fabrics embrace an interior which has been designed with passenger space and comfort in mind. She has four suites, each with its own private bathroom. On board there is a spacious sun deck with jacuzzi and bicycles are available for excursions to local landmarks. Five crew members offer top-class hospitality as the Renaissance gracefully makes her way along some of the oldest manmade waterways of France.

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Upper Loire and Burgundy Cruise Package from Paris (7 Days)

From £4050.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

Savour the taste of fine Burgundy and Loire Valley wines as you barge in ultimate comfort through what could be considered the finest combination of regions in France. As you travel between Briare and Montargis you will visit the impressive Chateaux of Sully sur Loire, Guedelon and Fontainebleu, cruise across the Pont Canal de Briare, Gustav Eiffel's bridge over the Loire, and sample some of the local produce in the medieval hilltop village of Sancerre. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise runs in the opposite direction.

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Richard With

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The ship displays an interior design and artworks which reflect a traditional atmosphere and an intimate acquaintance with the coast it serves. The comfortable facilities include two outdoor Jacuzzis - perfect for relaxing in whilst enjoying the varied views.

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River Ambassador

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Completely refurbished in 2006, the River Ambassador accommodates no more than 128 passengers in an intimate and chic setting. Classic design and lush interiors await guests of this elegant river cruiser. After a day of sightseeing the lounges, panoramic restaurant and two sun decks provide a comfortable retreat for unwinding and absorbing the wonderful passing scenery before retiring to one of the lavishly appointed staterooms.

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River Beatrice

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Refurbished in 2008 and with her debut in 2009, the River Beatrice is the latest ship to join the fleet. The 160-passenger vessel is a state-of-the-art river cruiser featuring the highest quality furnishings and modern amenities. Most of her outside staterooms boast French balconies allowing guests to enjoy private viewing of the ever-changing scenery, while the expansive public areas offer plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind in an intimate environment.

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River Cloud II

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Built in 2001 the River Cloud II is a floating five-star hotel, boasting Mediterranean flair and contemporary elegance. With her design reminiscent of the 1930s Golden Age of Travel, the River Cloud II brings new standards of luxury to river cruising. Public areas, such as the lounge, featuring a Steinway grand piano, are tastefully decorated, while all the cabins are well appointed and feature carefully selected accessories.

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River Explorer

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The River Explorer was first launched to much acclaim in 2001 and was totally refurbished in 2009. Carrying no more than 170 guests in spacious staterooms and suites, all with river views, flatscreen televisions and private bathrooms, the River Explorer represents excellent value in European River Cruising.

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River Navigator

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Cruise with high level of comfort aboard this stylish River Navigator. The refurbishment in 2008 allows passengers to fully utilise the modern facilities and spend their time on board in a tasteful, relaxed ambience. The cabins are all outside cabins with handsome outside views. The sun deck has glazed sides and thus offers excellent views in all weathers and has a good supply of seats and deckchairs.

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River Odyssey

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The River Odyssey was christened in 2002 and has been totally refurbished for the 2009 cruising season. Alongside her sister ship, the River Explorer, the Odyssey offers a variety of in-depth itineraries on Europe's major rivers, with a focus on culture and local experiences. A cruise on the River Odyssey represents excellent value with good standard accommodation, comfortable public areas, a professional crew and a host of included sightseeing tours.

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River Royale

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The 132-passenger River Royale combines quality craftsmanship and the latest technical innovations. Launched in 2006 this elegant river cruiser boasts the finest furnishings and stylish décor, providing the ultimate in comfort on board. The ambiance of the public areas is welcoming and inviting, with lounges and a sun deck presenting ideal places for unwinding while viewing the wonderful passing scenery.

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Roi Soleil

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'Roi Soleil' has more to do with luxury yachting than barging - hence the term 'River Yacht'. Her lines and mahogany and brass trim are inspired by the classic motor yachts of the 1920's while her interior brings you the best of contemporary design and comfort. The three spacious double cabins are decorated in provençal style with stylish Pierre Frey fabrics and hand-made Provençale tiles in the ensuite bathrooms. Guests can relax in the stylish saloon with its fireplace, bar and panoramic views and on the sun deck and the aft teak deck with Spa Pool. Your private on board chef will cater to your every need, serving imaginative cuisine, taking on the best accents of the Mediterranean accompanied by classic regional wines. Choose from a number of charter routes including Canal du Midi, Provence, Camargue, Languedoc regions as well as speciality wine charters where you can enjoy private tastings at top wine-makers and sommeliers.

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Rosa

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The Rosa is an old Dutch barge that was completely renovated in 2010, ensuring the highest standards of comfort. The air conditioned vessel features a dining room, bar and four well appointed, en suite staterooms. The spacious sun deck is perfect for whiling away those sunny afternoons. Savour delicious meals lovingly prepared by your onboard chef and accompanied by some fine regional wines as you travel through Gascogny and along the South of France's Canal du Midi.

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Classic Gascony Cruise - Montauban to Agen (7 Days)

From £2480.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 16 Aug 2015

Explore the waterways of France as you sail aboard the Rosa between Montauban and Agen on this exclusive week-long cruise. Visit the stunning and historic city of Montauban and negotiate its incredible inclined Water Plane. Meander through Moissac, with its ancient abbey, and traverse a 1000 foot aqueduct as the Rosa enters the River Tarn. There will be many opportunities to sample the delicious Armagnac, wine and cuisine synonymous with this region of France as you travel on the exclusive barge, Rosa. **Please note that on alternate weeks the cruise is in the reverse direction.

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Russ

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The Russ is a modern river cruiser, originally constructed in Germany in 1987, then extensively renovated in 2007. As part of the recent renovation, the ship has been newly furnished with carpeting and furniture imported from the USA and Finland and she promises good levels of comfort as her guests enjoy the sights of the Russian waterways. All cabins are outside-facing with large (except lower deck) scenic windows, equipped with private facilities, air-conditioning, refrigerator and 220 volt sockets. Public areas and amenities aboard include a sauna, hairdressing salon, first-aid post and a souvenir shop.

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Saroche

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The Saroche has a split-level lounge and dining room, designed to reflect the colors of Provence, its subtle peach and cream decor is highlighted with accents of amber and turquoise. The cool mosaic tiled dining area and white oak floored salon is complemented by wrought iron and hardwood balustrades. Saroche's staterooms reflect the high standard to which the vessel was designed. The staterooms are bright, luxurious and spacious; beds can be converted into either twin beds or a queen bed.

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Savoir Faire

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Completely refurbished. In 1979, the Savoir Faire was converted into the elegant three-decked canal cruiser. Her six staterooms offer luxurious accommodation for 12 passengers who are attentively catered for by 6 English-speaking crew members. The salon, dining area and bar are furnished in Mahogany, teak and brass and further decorated with antiques and paintings. Last but not least, two spacious decks offer magnificent views of the passing countryside.

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Classic Champagne Cruise from Epernay to Paris (7 Days)

From £3103.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 04 Oct 2015

Spend a glorious week exploring the serene landscapes of Champagne, where a plethora of vineyards spread across the undulating plains as far as the eye can see. As you travel from Epernay to Paris you will call at Reims and visit the Abbey of Hautvilliers where Chamapagne was first made. Visit the cellars of Moet and Chandon and tour a number of hand-picked, family-run vineyards to taste a selection of their fine champagnes. You will also stop at Meaux, in the heart of Brie, to learn about the cheese-making process and sample a variety of Brie cheeses, along with hand-picked wines from the cheese-maker's cellar. Finally, cruise down the Seine past Paris's most famous monuments as you take cocktails with the Captain to mark the end of your journey.

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Scenery

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The Avalon Scenery has a design that differentiates her from our other vessels and reflects the uniqueness of the area. The staterooms are generously spacious and well appointed, with floor-to-ceiling windows on two decks. In addition, there is an elevator, and the whirlpool on the Sky Deck allows for a relaxing dip after a day of sightseeing.

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Scottish Highlander

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The 8-passenger Scottish Highlander is a river barge offering the unique atmosphere of a Scottish Country House, with subtle use of tartan furnishings and landscape paintings. The barge was fully refurbished in 2000. At 117 feet, she is spacious and has every comfort for year-round cruising. The experienced crew members are excellent hosts and will attend to your every need during the week-long cruise. The legends of the past, the taste of single malt and the mythical inhabitant of Loch Ness all contribute to a special magic only experienced in Scotland’s dramatic Highlands.

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Caledonian Canal and the Highlands Cruise (7 Days)

From £2450.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 25 Oct 2015

A truly Scottish experience, this intimate cruise takes you from Muirtown, to Banavie, travelling along the Caledonian Canal and traversing Lochs Ness, Oich and Lochy. En route you will enjoy guided visits to Cawdor Castle, home of Shakespeare's Maceth, Culloden Moor, Glencoe and Eilean Donan and Urquhart Castles. You will also have the chance to sample the local produce at the Glen Ord Whisky Distillery.

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Sea Adventurer

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Travellers who seek an element of elegance for cruising around the Scottish Isles, Greenland and Norway should look no further than the Sea Adventurer. The ship was built in 1975 and has since undergone extensive refurbishment with the feel of an old ocean liner characterised with brass fittings and tall, dark wood panelling. The vessel now boasts 60 outside cabins with private facilities and a window-lined dining room and lounge where guests can relax. There are also two bars and a library stocked with nautical books and board games.

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Sea Cloud

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The Sea Cloud, built in 1931, was at that time the largest private yacht ever constructed. Since then the world’s most luxurious tall ship has been restored to its original splendor, generating excitement in each port. The Sea Cloud's most remarkable features are her four masts, 29 sails and the tangled web of lines stretching 178 feet skyward to support the rigging. Unlike modern sailing ships, all sail setting on the Sea Cloud is done by hand. The vessel offers various types of accommodation ranging from suite, deluxe and standard cabin. The travelers will feel so well from the very first moment with the private atmosphere on board, the Lilo bar, the stylish restaurant. All guests on board will share the common dream of sailing out into the world in exclusive company.

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Sea Cloud II

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The Sea Cloud II combines the timeless elegance of windjammers of the past with the highest safety standards and the luxurious comfort of modern ships. She is the world's largest three-masted barque, the first newly constructed square rigger in decades. Since her launch in 2001 she has shared with her sister ship “the Sea Cloud” the honor of being the world's only cruise ship sailed by hand. The cabins and suites have the richest fabrics, woods and fine furniture. On board facilities include the exquisite restaurant, beautiful lounge, popular Lido bar on the sun deck, library and boutique.

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Sea Spirit

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The Sea Spirit was constructed in 1991 and refurbished in 2010 and is perfectly suited to expedition cruising. The ship is equipped with 6 zodiacs which transfer passengers to the shore and back, allowing close up access to the unique landscapes of the Arctic. The Sea Spirit carries just 120 passengers, along with 6 expedition staff and an international crew of 85, ensuring that service is of an excellent standard. Voyages on this ship are primarily defined by an exploratory educational programme and guests will enjoy spending as much time ashore as possible.

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Seine Princess

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The Seine Princess river cruiser provides comfortable accommodation, for up to 138 passengers, in 67 en suite cabins. Built in 2002, measuring 110 metres in length and 11 metres in width, she has 3 decks, including a spacious sun deck, from where you can watch the passing scenery. Other facilities include a restaurant, serving French inspired cuisine, a lounge bar and gift shop.

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Paris to the Normandy Coast Cruise (5 Days)

From £568.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 05 Apr 2015 to 17 Oct 2015

Cruise along the River Seine from the cosmopolitan city of Paris to the fascinating Normandy Coast. As you cruise in complete comfort on board the Seine Princess, you will glide past the famous historical sights of Paris, marvel at the 17th century Palace of Versailles, explore the city of Rouen, renowned for its art and history and end in the quaint seaside town of Honfleur.

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The Seine Valley Cruise (7 Days)

From £792.92 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 05 Oct 2014 to 11 Oct 2015

Cruise through Northern France to Paris on the Seine Princess. Explore the the charming town of Honfleur and Côte Fleurie, take a memorable excursion to the beaches of Normandy, Versailles and the magical city of Paris.

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Serenity

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The Serenity is a comfortable ship, first launched in 2006, offering cruises along the great waterways of Europe. The Serenity boasts a spacious and attractive lounge and a lovely Lido bar with an outdoor terrace, creating a social and friendly atmosphere on board. Accommodation for 190 passengers is split over three decks, all accessible by elevator, and the well-equipped Sun Deck will allow you to appreciate commanding views over the river scenery.

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Seven Seas Mariner (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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The Seven Seas Mariner is the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship, setting new standards in luxury cruising. The ship features a choice of four gourmet restaurants with open seating. Hallmarks include a wide range of onboard amenities: A spa, a gym, an expansive pool deck and a casino, and a welcome spaciousness in both the suites and the public areas. With accommodation for just 700 guests and a crew of over 400, the highest levels of personal service are guaranteed. Guests on the Seven Seas Mariner are treated to a generous all-inclusive offering with flights, transfers, a huge range of shore excursions, drinks with meals, at the bars and in your cabin all included in the cost of the cruise.

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Seven Seas Voyager (Cruise and Flight Packages)

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A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, the Seven Seas Voyager exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury. Considering her size, the amenities are surprisingly plentiful and include four dining venues where you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. With 447 international crew members attending to a maximum of just 700 guests, personal service is indulgent throughout. An all-inclusive offering, featuring free flights and transfers, unlimited shore excursions, a luxury hotel stay, unlimited drinks including fine wines, premium spirits, an open bar and complimentary minibar, in-suite dining and free room service, make this one of the most luxurious cruise offerings in the market.

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Shannon Princess II

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The 10-passenger Shannon Princess II is the largest hotel barge cruising on the River Shannon. The barge was refurbished in 2003 and the beautifully designed interior includes comfortable riverside cabins with large picture windows and modern bathrooms. There is also a spacious saloon, dining area and full length upper sun deck. The experienced Captain and crew of the Shannon Princess II will ensure that your every need is accommodated and your cruise to the unspoiled reaches of the Shannon countryside is one to remember.

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Shannon River Cruise (7 days)

From £2750.00 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 04 Oct 2015

This week-long cruise on the Shannon River introduces you to the very soul of Ireland. Travel from Quigley's Marina to Killaloe, stopping to tour the ruins of the legendary 6th century Clonmacnoise, Leap Castle and Birr Castle with its magnificent landscaped gardens. You will also spend a full day in the lively city of Galway, taking lunch in a traditional Guiness and Oyster pub. As you travel, you will be treated to a feast of regional specialities, all accompanied by fine wines and Irish single malt whiskies.

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Spirit of Caledonia

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This modern, purpose-built sleek river cruiser, Spirit of Caledonia, offers considerable comfort in both her well designed cabins and spacious public areas. All cabins have outside views through large windows, allowing guests to marvel at the natural and architectural wonders of Switzerland, France, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. Cabin facilities include a private bathroom with shower, television, telephone, safe, hairdryer and individual climate control.

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Spirit of Chartwell

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The Spirit of Chartwell is the unique vessel that was chosen and specially adapted to carry the Queen and other members of the Royal Family during the Jubilee River Pageant in June 2012. The deluxe three deck ship was refurbished in 2009 to recreate the understated stylish elegance of the Pullman railway carriages popular in the 1920s. The Spirit of Chartwell now resides in Portugal offering luxury cruising on the Douro river and provides impressive features including tastefully decorated outward facing en-suite cabins, accommodating up to 30 passengers. The observation deck offers alfresco dining and is the ideal vantage point from which to observe the passing scenery, whilst the opulent lounge bar provides a tranquil retreat.

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Swiss Emerald

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Enjoy state of the art cruising on board the Swiss Emerald. Measuring 110 metres in length and 11 metres in width she is a custom-crafted, luxurious riverboat. She offers 3 passenger decks as well as a spacious sun deck – perfect for admiring the stunning scenery as you cruise. She is more intimate than many other riverboats, catering for a maximum of just 118 guests in a range of 59 well appointed, outside facing cabins, which include plush suites and junior suites. She offers a choice of on board restaurants, including bistro dining, as well as a fitness centre, Jacuzzi, comfortable lounge area and a boutique. Cruise itineraries featuring award winning sight-seeing options complete the experience, guaranteeing you an exceptional and unforgettable riverboat cruise.

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Swiss Pearl

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The Swiss Pearl has been one of Europe’s most beautiful river cruise ships since 1993 and has recently started her new journey on the Rhône and Saône rivers in France. With her luxurious decor and facilities, your cruise experience will be a treasured one. The spacious staterooms boast all the amenities of a luxury hotel while public areas offer ample space for all guests to enjoy their leisure time on board while drinking in the magnificent river views.

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Tapestry

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The Tapestry is a first of its kind, offering sheer cruising luxury with enhanced viewing platforms. Contrary to other river vessels, the navigational bridge is situated on the stern, behind the passenger section, thereby allowing for more spacious and gracious interiors. Due to their location on the front of the vessel, the lounge and restaurant provide unimpeded views on three sides of the passing river landscape. Guests can relax on the sun deck or enjoy the casual camaraderie in the convivial and elegant public rooms.

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Taras Shevchenko

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This magnificent motor ship, built in 1991, is one of the best choices for high-end cruises on the Dnieper River and Black Sea. Taras Shevchenko was built to meet the highest international safety standards with all modern amenities. Refurbished in 2004, all cabins are equipped with internal phone, air-conditioning, refrigerator and en-suite shower facilities. Public areas and amenities aboard include sauna, hairdressing salon and souvenir shop.

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Tranquility

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The Tranquility introduces a new type of ship to cruising. The navigational bridge is located in the stern, behind the passenger section, allowing for a more spacious and gracious interior design. In addition, the Sky Deck is vast for sunning, taking pictures, or simply just relaxing.

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Trollfjord

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The Norwegian cruise ship, Trollfjord is a magnificent vessel which was named after one of the most dramatic sights that she visits as she sails the coast of Norway and up into the Arctic. Her interior design has been influenced by coastal scenery and immense panoramic windows in the lounges offer excellent views of the dramatic landscapes. The ship’s facilities include cafés, bars, a Jacuzzi and an exercise room, all of which are equipped to a high standard and a range of accommodation to suit all budgets is available.

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Turkish Gulet Cruises (Standard Gulets)

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Explore the azure waters of the Turkish coast or the hidden bays of the Greek islands by taking a 'Blue Cruise' on a traditionally designed Turkish Gulet. These gulets are of wooden construction, vary in size from 15 to 30 metres and are motor-powered, although the sails will be hoisted when the wind and time permit. The small size of the gulets allows access to remote bays and archaeological sites that can only be reached by water, so if the idea of bathing on deserted beaches, swimming in crystal waters and enjoying the culture and undisturbed character of this part of the world appeals, then a gulet cruise could be for you. The fleet comprises two categories; Standard Gulets and Luxury Gulets which have the added benefit of air conditioning.

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Gulf of Fethiye Cruise from Marmaris (8 Days)

From £208.10 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 29 Sep 2014 to 17 Oct 2015

Discover the jewels of Gulf of Fethiye on this eight day roundtrip from Marmaris. Spend your days sunbathing on board, swimming in the clear waters and exploring fascinating ports of call. Highlights of the cruise include stops at the world-famous Oludeniz Bay, Fethiye and the uniquely beautiful islands of the Gocek Gulf.

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South Dodecanese Cruise from Bodrum (8 Days)

From £393.70 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 11 Oct 2015

This eight day cruise departs from the Turkish port of Bodrum and takes you on a journey through the southern Dodecanese Islands. You can choose to be as relaxed or as active as you wish, with opportunities to swim in quiet bays and stops at fascinating ports of call. Highlights of the cruise include visits to Rhodes, Symi and Kos.

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Gulf of Gokova Cruise from Bodrum (8 Days)

From £208.10 Per person including taxes Sailing dates From 29 Sep 2014 to 17 Oct 2015

This eight day roundtrip Blue Cruise from Bodrum takes you into the Gulf of Gokova, where you will be able to swim in turquoise waters, lounge on board, relax on quiet sandy beaches and explore the area's cultural and archaeological sites.

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Variety Voyager

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The newly lauched Variety Voyager is a state of the art mega-yacht available for both charter and scheduled cruises, offering incomparable comfort and elegance. Sleek in design, the Variety Voyager exudes the charm of a private yacht as she sails around some of the Mediterranean's most exciting destinations. The cabins and indoor public areas are decorated with warm fabrics, rich marbles and soft tone wood panelling and throughout the vessel you can enjoy unobstructed views of the ocean.

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Treasures of South Italy and Malta Cruise (8 Days)

From £1771.66 Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£228.35) Sailing dates From 28 Sep 2014 to 19 Oct 2014

Experience a harmonious balance between private yachting and conventional cruising as you join the newly launched mega-yacht, Variety Voyager, to uncover the treasures of Southern Italy, Sicily and Malta. Depart from Salerno and call at cosmopolitan Capri and the Aeolian island of Lipari before heading to Taormina and Syracuse in Sicily. Cross to Malta to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Valetta and then return to Sicily to explore Agrigento and Cefalu en route back to Salerno.

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Vatutin

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Embark on a journey of the magnificent River Dnieper and the Black Sea on board the Vatutin. The Vatutin is a modern vessel equipped with latest navigational aids for comfort and safety. The service crew, providing exceptional hospitality and the comfort of her amenities create a relaxed and pleasant on board atmosphere. Her cabins are furnished in a practical style with a heating and ventilation system, shower, fridge and a roomy wardrobe.

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Vesta 5 Defne

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Built in 2002, the Vesta 5 Defne is a 24 metre motor sailer available for both scheduled cruises and charter around the Aeolian Islands off the north coast of Sicily. With accommodation for up to 14 passengers in 7 double, air-conditioned, en suite cabins, the ship is ideal for anyone looking for a relaxed and friendly sailing environment. Discover the seductive magic of the seven islands, Alicudi, Filicudi, Vulcano, Lipari, Panarea, Stromboli and Salina on a fun, hospitable and laid-back cruise on the Vesta 5 Defne.

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Vesteralen

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  • Expedition cruises

Vesterålen was the name of the first coastal ship and is carried proudly by her modern counterpart.

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Volga

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Accommodating 164 passengers, the Volga offers an unforgettable journey exploring the unique diversity of the Danube. The vessel provides high class hospitality and comfort. Amenities include an on board restaurant and bar, spacious sun deck, lounge and reading room. The cabins feature private shower and toilet facilities, temperature control and safe. *Please note that German is the principal language spoken on this vessel. All documents, announcements and excursions will be in German only. English, as an onboard language, will be provided for groups with a minimum of 30 passengers only.

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Wilhelm Tham

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The Wilhelm Tham was first launched in 1912 and has been listed since 2004, meaning that the National Maritime Museums consider her to be historically significant. Today there are 25 cabins on board, distributed on three decks. The dining room and lounge are found on the middle deck while the bridge deck boasts a covered aft deck for unhindered views. The cabins are all tastefully fitted with brass details and handsome textiles, leaving an impression of how people once traveled.

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