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YOUR FINANCIAL PROTECTION

We seem to be accelerating through the year where

spring has already sprung and Easter is just around

the corner. With that comes the rush to book flight

seats to getaway to the sun and grab the extended

incentives offered by the cruise lines before they

finally end.

Regal Princess fly-Med cruises offer incredible value

for money starting from just £649pp, which makes

this our offer of the month. There are three different

cruise itineraries to choose from. Itinerary A from

Rome to Athens offers the rare chance to visit Crete

on a cruise and the furthest flung reaches of the

Med in Turkey. Itinerary B from Athens to Barcelona

combines both the eastern and western parts of the

Med plus the emerald bay of Kotor in Montenegro. While Itinerary C from Barcelona to Rome features

the western Med favourites of Gibraltar, Portofino, Florence and Pisa.

Cruising from the UK remains extremely popular with great prices available to attract those of you

looking for a late spring/early summer cruise break. No-flying cruises to Norway, the Med, Iceland

and around the British Isles seem to be flying off the shelves. The all-inclusive Princess Plus package on

longer Princess cruises are the most popular. While - short break taster cruises for Cunard are stealing

the show for that second-bonus holiday treat of the year.

Norwegian Cruise Line have kept the momentum going for their summer bookings with the final

extension of their get all four Free at Sea campaign. Plus, we have simplified our extremely popular

Lake Garda, Venice and Greek Isles offer following the Italian government's ban on large cruise ships

entering the Venice lagoon. As Norwegian Gem now operates from Trieste - we have re-arranged this

offer which limits the impact of the extra distances between the ship, Lake Garda and Venice. Our new

offer avoids overcrowded flights immediately before or after the cruise; and you will not miss out on

the chance to stay in central Venice to enjoy all this city has to offer.

We are back in Canada this month for our destination focus - as this vast country offers a wealth of

holiday memories and seasonal experiences. Canada is of course known for freezing winters with heavy

snow fall. But come the spring nature bursts to life out of hibernation ready for gloriously hot summer

months, then onto to the vividly colourful and cosy fall season. With this in mind - head west to

Vancouver for a summer of Holland America Line Alaskan cruises. Alternatively head east right across

the country by train to Montreal for an autumnal cruise of the maritime region between Quebec,

Halifax and the USA.

The Rocky Mountaineer train company has extended their February promotion of upto $500pp off

their Silverleaf and Goldleaf service until the end of March. This now includes selected April, May, June

& July departures this year. They have also just released pricing for their 2023 programme. This has

allowed us to come up with our exclusive offer combined with a Cunard Queen Elizabeth Alaskan cruise

from just £2299pp. Perhaps take our even lower cost option with the USA Amtrak full-board sleeper

train between Seattle and Chicago combined with an NCL Alaskan cruise. Extend your stay to three

nights in Seattle from just £199pp extra including tours to the Space Needle, Boeing factory and the

mysterious Pioneer Square underground tour.

Finally, Azamara have just launched their 2024 world cruise with a series of rare cruise sectors. Our pick

of the bunch runs from Peru via Easter Island and the Mutiny on the Bounty Pitcairn Islands to Tahiti.

Time travel across the international dateline from Tahiti across the South Pacific to Auckland.

Or immerse yourself in a Great Barrier Reef experience between Sydney and Hong Kong.

Avoid the year passing you by- book, dream, relax and experience.

The Jetline Cruise team.

to our March Edition of Cruise Ahoy!

Welcome

ALASKA 12 / 13 / 14

ALL-INCLUSIVE

4 / 6 / 7 / 9 / 12 / 24 / 25 /

26 / 28

AUSTRALIA &

NEW ZEALAND

23 / 25 / 26

CANADA &

NEW ENGLAND

10 / 14 / 15 / 16

CARIBBEAN &

BAHAMAS

5 / 16 / 17 / 18 / 19 / 20

/ 27

FAR EAST 21 / 26

HAWAII 23 / 24

ICELAND 4 / 5 / 17

LAS VEGAS 22 / 24

MEDITERRANEAN 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9

NIAGARA FALLS 10 / 15

NO FLYING 4 / 5

PANAMA CANAL 26

SAN FRANCISCO 11 / 26

SOUTH AMERICA 26 / 28

SOUTH PACIFIC 23 / 26

TRAIN TOUR &

CRUISE

7 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 15

TRANSATLANTIC 10 / 11

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