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Spring is in the air, the Easter bunny has already

hopped off into the sunset and the Daffodils are in

full bloom. Although the weather does not seem to

match the season you can still look forward to flip-flop

and suntan heaven by choosing from our leading

selection of sunshine cruises to more reliable climates.

The Med cruise booking season is in full swing with

low prices and lots included in return for your holiday

pound. Surprisingly all-inclusive drinks cruises are still

in plentiful supply courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line,

MSC and a selection of Celebrity and Royal Caribbean

International sailings.

In this edition of Cruise Ahoy we have included a wide

range of Mediterranean offers from sunshine beach stay

and cruise holidays, scenic stay and cruise options, long

and short traditional luxury voyages from Cunard and

longer premium cruises from Holland America Line -

all at amazingly low prices. If flying is not your thing then

choose from our selection of no flying cruises on-board

Emerald Princess, P&O or Cruise and Maritime. MSC

have some excellent taster cruises and no flying breaks

to the party and shopping capitals of Northern Europe

from just £299pp. These are ideal to treat yourself to

a cheeky getaway at the end of the summer .

Our main destination focus this month is on Niagara

Falls. Although not a natural cruise destination it has

consistently been in demand from those of you wishing

to combine world class scenery with the bright lights of

New York and a relaxing cruise. The Niagara region of

Canada benefits from a micro-climate which brings out

the best of all seasons in their full glory. The summer

months are gloriously hot and can be likened to a back

garden heat-wave. The autumn months offer a warm

and unrivalled crispness that encompasses the amazing

colours of the Canada and New England fall. Winter can

bring a frosty freshness with pristine snowfalls, ice laden

trees and, if you are lucky, a frozen falls. Spring on the

other hand is a relatively short season from mid April

to the end of May with the darling buds of the Garden of

Canada and its wine growing regions.

To continue the theme of reliable weather destinations

we uncover the delights of Jamaica which can often get

overlooked by rival Caribbean islands. This is a holiday

destination rich in culture, culinary marvels, musical

greats, vibrant scenery and powder white beaches.

Among a wide range of things to do are waterfall

climbing, horse-riding in the surf, river rafting, cliff diving

and Blue Mountain cycling. As a result we thought

Jamaica would be a great destination to add to a

Caribbean cruise with our brand new offer on page 21.

In this edition we launch our brand new 2017 Japanese

land tour and cruise of the islands on board Diamond

Princess on page 27. These exclusive itineraries have

been put together with the assistance of our expert

agents in Japan to reach the parts that most tours

cannot reach. In recent years we have sent many people

to Japan and the feedback has been simply amazing.

These new offers give the opportunity to experience

an immersive seven day land tour which picks out the

best features of this colourful culture from the cherry

blossoms of the spring, the Nebuta carnivals in August,

Mount Fuji, serene temples, speeding bullet trains,

bustling modern metropolises and breathtaking scenery.

For an altogether different climatic experience throw

yourself into the heart of mid-west USA. Take the train

through the Wild West frontier following Route 66, stay

in Dodge City, navigate canyons, speed across deserts

and traverse Comanche country all the way to the Pacific

coast at Santa Monica Pier. Alternatively travel from the

Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico through farmlands,

forests and steamy bayous on a USA music city tour of

jazz, blues and Rock 'n' Roll all the way to the sunshine

of the Caribbean.

Guarantee the weather, book one of our market leading

offers and sail off to a sunnier climate.

The Jetline Cruise Team.

Call in to see us at our cruise centre at High Barnet (London) conveniently situated

immediately opposite High Barnet London Underground station at the end of the

Northern Line. We are open 7 days a week - perfect for when you are in town,

after work or at weekends!

Meet our team of experienced cruise

consultants face to face who are waiting to

source your next cruise holiday at an amazing

price. Our trained advisors are here to tell

you all about our vast range of cruise holiday

combinations available or tailor make your

own bespoke cruise holiday itinerary.

We have kitted them out with the latest

technology so you can really get to

experience your cruise holiday from the

selection and booking process all the way

through to ticketing and embarkation.

A really exciting development is our

interactive experience and cinema room

where we will be hosting events throughout

the year, showcasing specific cruises, running

talks from cruise lines, featuring destination

tourist boards and showing footage of cruise

ships and ports of call.

Our High Barnet Cruise Centre is the ideal

place for anyone that prefers personal face

to face contact when choosing a cruise. Our

specialist team are ready & waiting (iPads in

hand) to help you choose your dream cruise


We look forward to seeing you here!




Visit our cruise experts for that personal touch

Cinque Terre, Italy


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