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• Bahamas taster cruises from Port Canaveral with an Orlando stay

• Two mega ships in one holiday from Miami for a premium all

inclusive Caribbean option

• The brand new Celebrity Edge from Fort Lauderdale

• A two week Princess Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale

• Amazon, South America & Panama Canal cruises from

Fort Lauderdale with Cunard

• Transatlantic cruises to and from Southampton.


• Panama Canal cruises from Fort Lauderdale

• Cuban Cruises from Miami

• Caribbean cruises from Miami with a Key West add on

• Caribbean cruises from Miami and Fort Lauderdale with an

• Everglades Airboat Safari

• Cruises from Port Canaveral with an Orlando private pool villa


Known as the Venice of America with lots of inland waterways,

million pound mansions and a white sand beach stretching as far as

the eye can see. There are a number of excellent restaurants, bars

and shops to be found overlooking the beach along the main palm

tree lined beach promenade. La Galleria Mall has some top name

brands and upmarket stores for air conditioned comfort. While the

main shopping street is Las Olas Boulevard the Rodeo Drive of Fort

Lauderdale. Visit the evening dining and entertainment area called

Riverwalk overlooking the canals and waterways. You will also find

Sawgrass Mills - a huge factory outlet shopping mall - the biggest in

Florida. Close by is the Everglades for exhilarating airboat rides.



Cruising from Florida offers the widest choice of cruise options in the world and when coupled with the chance for a wonderful land based stay

pre or post cruise - there is something for everyone Any one new to cruise can still enjoy an amazing land based holiday and take this chance

to try out a taster cruise. Perhaps split your holiday into half on land and half at sea with an incredible diverse range of land based options

to choose from. The metropolitan buzz of Miami nightlife is a massive draw and the upmarket and local feel of the Venice of America in Fort

Lauderdale is unbeatable. Perhaps the thrill of the theme parks in Orlando or the downright slower pace of life in the picturesque Florida Keys

where the Caribbean meets Cape Cod. Shopping, beaches, food, drink and scenery are a common thread throughout.




MIAMI Ocean Drive is the main beach drag where

the tanned and toned rub shoulders with the

diners, drinkers, sunbathers and swimmers.

Known as Miami South beach this is the neon-lit

Art-Deco area for party central. Small boutique

hotels jostle for position with shops, bars and

restaurants which front a wide white sand. You

will even find the Versace mansion slap bang

in the heart of all the action for a restaurant

with a difference. For shopping centres visit

Biscayne Bay on the mainland or the impressive

Port Aventura Mall in North Miami Beach.

Miami south beach is extremely handy for the

Miami cruise terminal at the southern tip of

Miami beach on the causeway linking to the

mainland and it is situated just a short 6 mile

cab ride away from Miami international airport.

Just South of Miami Airport is the upmarket

Coral Cables and the magnificent 1920's style

Biltmore Hotel with the largest swimming pool

in America.


Key West can be best described as Cape

Cod meets the Caribbean combining the

best bits of both for its own unique blend of

tropical relaxation & enjoyment. A visit to Key

West will easily surpass those in other more

popular parts of Florida in terms of nightlife,

shopping, dining and natural sights such as

Sunset Plaza and the bustling marina with

its rustic wooden boardwalk and pier posts

topped by pelicans waiting for a lazy fish!

Duval Street is the main street which features

lots of shops, restaurants and bars including

the old hangout of Ernest Hemingway -

Sloppy Joes. Key West has it all: Million dollar

mansions, beaches, shopping, hedonistic

nightlife, beautiful vistas, fresh seafood and

tropical flora and fauna.

Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit



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