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WelcomeWhat a glorious summer! With such lovely weather

comes the decision by many to stay at home during

these warmer months and invest their holiday time

and cash into a break during the colder wetter

periods of the year. Now that the summer

is largely behind us sales are booming

for exotic and unusual holidays

around the world from autumn

through to spring. This month

we continue to meet this

trend with a large selection of

Caribbean holidays and even

more new exotic offers. There

are also cruises to suit every

budget and taste from as little

as £279pp for a three night taster

cruise with P&O. Cruise & Maritime

are even offering a six night cruise from a

handy local port of departure from just £419pp.

The convenience of cruising from the UK without

having to fly is irresistible and a popular trend; but

just by taking a one way flight a world of opportunity

opens up to warmer further flung reaches of the

world. All of this explains the rising popularity of

Cunard - our cruise line focus for this month. Not

only do they have a huge selection of no flying

cruises from Southampton - they also have an



the UK



The Med


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& South



21, 23

Train Tour

& Cruise


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& Bermuda


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Far East

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& Canada


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& Hawaii


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attractive range of fly-Med cruises and sections

of the world cruise. Sail the Mediterranean

this autumn on the impressive Cunard Queen

Elizabeth from as little as £699pp including flights,

transfers and a FREE four-star B&B hotel stay in

Athens. Join Cunard Queen Mary 2 on the first leg

of her world cruise from Southampton to Dubai for

twenty nights from just £1249pp then fly

just once direct home.

Cunard is most famous for

iconic transatlantic crossings

between Southampton and

New York which opens up

the USA and Canada with

just one flight. Too posh,

too formal, too expensive

- an absolute NO! Very

memorable, very traditional

and very glamorous - a definite


This month our huge selection of

Caribbean offers start from just £999pp for two

weeks and caters for families and couples - young

and old. Take the family away for Orlando theme

park fun with Carnival Cruises. Tour the music

capitals of the USA from the Great Lakes to the Gulf

of Mexico with Royal Caribbean International. Enjoy

an adult break with a romantic visit to Niagara Falls

and New York followed by the pink coral sands

of Bermuda with Norwegian Cruise Line. How

about a sophisticated cruise from the effervescent

moonlight waters of Puerto Rico with Oceania

Cruises. Choose from a thirteen night cruise on

board the sought after Royal Princess or the

acclaimed Celebrity Equinox from just £1249pp.

New Offers this month include our South African

adventure and Mozambique cruise with MSC

cruises. This wonderful holiday includes a three

night stay in the Hluhluwe Game Reserve, two

nights in Durban and a four night cruise with all

transfers and flights from just £1759pp. A visit to the

Hawaiian Islands becomes even more affordable

from just £1599pp on board Carnival Miracle with

a three night visit to Las Vegas thrown in for good

measure. The Far East is forever popular and

amazing value for money with Sapphire Princess

for twelve nights or more from just £1349pp.

Perhaps escape to the far side of the world for a

visit to Australia and New Zealand in one holiday

on board Celebrity Solstice- our most popular

Antipodean cruise!

Finally if you are planning, like many, to extend the

sunshine into the winter months on a budget and

do not want to fly too far then take a look at our

cruises around the Canary Islands and Madeira.

Prices start from just £599pp with MSC cruises or

celebrate Christmas and the New Year in style with

Holland America Line.

The Jetline Cruise Team.


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