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Day 1 - London Heathrow to Buenos

Aires: Fly overnight from London

Heathrow to Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Day 2 - Buenos Aires, Argentina:

Upon arrival in Buenos Aires transfer by

private car to the port and embark the ms

Zaandam. Overnight in port, Buenos Aires.

Day 3 - Buenos Aires, Argentina:

Buenos Aires has been the gateway

to Argentina for centuries; this stylish,

energetic port city is rich in culture and

history and well worth exploring

Day 4 - Montevideo, Uruguay: Friendly

and genteel, Montevideo honours colonial

customs: long lunches, siestas, high tea.

Nearby: Colonia del Sacramento, the

oldest city in Uruguay (ca. 1680) and a

UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 5 & 6 - At Sea.

Day 7 - Port Stanley, Falkland Islands:

Stanley is the only town in the sparsely

populated Falkland Islands. Visit a local

pub, take a walk across the moorlands and

see penguins of every type.

Sea conditions permitting (otherwise

scenic cruising Falkland Sound)

Day 8- Strait of Magellan, cruising:

Enjoy a day of cruising through the Strait of

Magellan, a natural passage that links the

Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Day 9 - Punta Arenas, Chile & Cockburn

Channel, Beagle Channel & Glacier Alley

- Scenic Cruising: From Punta Arenas you

can venture to the high scarps of Torres

del Paine National Park, the penguin

colony at Seno Otway, or the Martian

volcanic topography of Pali Aike National

Park. Look out for wildlife and enjoy

spectacular scenery as you cruise through

the narrow waterways of the Cockburn

and Beagle channel's as you head towards


Day 10 - Ushuaia, Argentina: The

southernmost town in the world, where

dominating peaks loom on three sides;

the fourth opens to the Beagle Channel,

where sea lions bellow and king crab rules.

Day 11 - Scenic cruising Cape Horn:

Magellan's fleet first circled this massive,

treacherous rock at continent's end, and

until the Panama Canal was constructed,

this was the main shipping route from the

Atlantic to the Pacific.

Date Interior Oceanview Veranda Suite

07-Nov-16 £1599 £1749 £2399

20-Nov-16* £1699 £1859 £2539

05-Dec-16 £1749 £1899 £2579

20-Feb-17 £1699 £1979 £2539

05-Mar-17* £1799 £1949 £2629

20-Mar-17 £1689 £1839 £2499

*Itinerary operates in reverse with 1 night's pre-cruise hotel stay in Santiago



Fly cruise holidays aboard the ms Zaandam

This luxury fourteen-night cruise begins in Buenos Aires, the

birthplace of poets, composers and a dance called Tango; a city with

European flair and a Latin heartbeat. Then cruise to the ends of the

earth through the Cockburn and Beagle Channel's as you make your

way to Ushuaia, the southernmost town in the world. Prepare to have

your breath taken away by the mesmerising beauty of the Chilean

Fjords and marvel at unusual rock formations and imposing granite

cliffs as you enjoy scenic cruising around Cape Horn. At the end of

your cruise you will spend a night in Santiago Chile, a lush, irresistible

tangle of serpentine streets, steep hills and the famous ascensores.

Day 12 - Canal Sarmiento, scenic

cruising: Be among the lucky few to spend

a glorious day scenic cruising through

Tierra del Fuego and the snow-capped

peaks and ethereal blue glaciers of Canal

Sarmiento. Cutting through Chile's Torres

del Paine National Park, this majestic

waterway is surrounded by other-worldly


Day 13 - Chilean Fjords, scenic cruising:

Fjords more spectacular than those in

Norway or Alaska? See them here along

the southern coastline of Chile . . . a

1,000-mile maze of virgin-forested islands,

glistening glaciers and more fjords than in

all of Scandinavia.

Day 14 - Puerto Montt, Chile: Gateway

to the scenic Lake District, a series of

fragrant eucalyptus and pine forests, icy

lakes, Bavarian hamlets and luminous

snow-capped volcanoes.

Day 15 - At Sea.

Day 16 - Valparaiso (Santiago), Chile:

After breakfast onboard disembark and

transfer by private car to a 4-star centrally

located hotel in Santiago. Afternoon and

evening at leisure to explore Santiago.

Day 17 - Santiago, Chile: Check out from

your hotel and transfer to Santiago airport

for your overnight flight back to London


Included in the price:

• Return scheduled flights from

London Heathrow

• All transfers by private car

• 23Kg luggage allowance per


• 14- nights' full-board cruise on

5-star ms Zaandam

• 1 night's four-star hotel

accommodation, Santiago.


£1599PER PERSON Dance the

tango & see



La Boca, Buenos Aires

Penguins in Punta Arenas

Puerto Montt



Catch up on the latest cruise industry news


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Cruise Line has


alterations to Norwegian Jade and

Norwegian Spirit's 2017 summer season

itineraries - two of five ships sailing

in European waters in 2017. To meet

customers' demand, the international

cruise line increases the variety in its cruise

product by adding new destinations in the

Mediterranean and offering an expanded

choice in Northern Europe. Norwegian

Jade, the first NCL-ship based in Hamburg,

will offer a series of cruises from Hamburg

for those looking to embark in Germany

in June and July as well as a number of

itineraries departing from Southampton

throughout the summer season. The

ship will set sail from Hamburg on three

Norwegian Fjord itineraries as well as two

12-night North Cape sailings and one

14-night Norway, Iceland & UK cruise. The

ship will also call in Hamburg on September

9 as part of the Hamburg Cruise Days

and join the spectacular parade. From

Southampton, in addition to one European

Capitals cruise, the ship will embark on

two Norwegian Fjord itineraries as well as

a whole new 11-night British Isles cruise

departing Southampton in May and two

14-night Norway, Iceland & UK itineraries

in August and September. Norwegian

Spirit will redeploy to her new seasonal

homeport of Civitavecchia (Rome) in early

May and sail a series of different 10- and

11-night cruises including stops in smaller

ports such as Cagliari in Sardinia, Palma de

Majorca, Koper or Malta as well as three

new 11-night Holy Land itineraries with an

overnight in Haifa. On the announcement,

Christian Böll, Managing Director EMEA,

Norwegian Cruise Line, said: "We're

delighted that thanks to these new

itineraries, we are in a position to offer our

clients an even wider choice of cruises to

Europe's most beautiful ports from Iceland

in the North to the Canaries in the South."

Norwegian Spirit's new cruises are on sale

now and Norwegian Jade's new itineraries

will go live in August.



Strictly, sequins and salsa -

from Spain to Russia with P&O Cruises

Strictly Come

Dancing is

back on board

P&O Cruises in 2017 for more dazzling

performances across the Med and Baltic

from some of your favourite professional

dancers and the outspoken judges everyone

loves to hate. Guests can sit back and enjoy

the sizzling shows, or get in on the action

and try the Tango, Quickstep or Salsa. P&O

Cruises senior vice president Paul Ludlow

said: "We are the only holiday company

to have this partnership with one of the

country's best loved shows and these Strictly

themed cruises appeal to people who can

dance, want to learn to dance or just like to

admire the glitz and glamour in person."

2017 dates for P&O Cruises Strictly Come

Dancing themed cruises include:

· A 14-night Western Mediterranean

cruise on Azura departing April 2, 2017.

· A 14 night Western Mediterranean cruise

on Ventura departing April 30, 2017.

· A 14-night Baltic cruise on Britannia

departing June 4, 2017.

· A 14-night Central Mediterranean cruise

on Britannia departing June 25, 2017.

The Strictly professional dancers and

judges who will be on board each cruise

will be announced later in the year. In

association with BBC Worldwide, each

cruise will feature a guest judge and four

of the BBC's show's favourite professional

dancers with the opportunity to meet them

and maybe learn a move or two from the

experts themselves during the regular

dance classes on board. The Strictly team

will offer up close and personal interviews

on board, photo and meet and greet

opportunities, and spectacular Strictly

Come Dancing showcase performances

produced by BBC Worldwide. P&O

Cruises will also be joined by a team

from DanceSport International, suppliers

of dresses and costumes to the show.

A stunning selection of these costumes

will be on display around the ship, and

available to buy, with organised fashion

events to showcase them at their very best.

The highlight of the two-week cruises is

the passenger dance competition which

culminates in a grand finale performance

in the ship's main theatre, with a judging

panel including a Strictly professional

dancer and guest judge.

Norwegian Cruise Line increases variety in

Europe for the 2017 summer season

Cunard cruise line's Commodore Club

cocktail bar has announced a revised

cocktail menu which shares 'the

unique story of the Knighted Cunard

Commodores'. The cruise line said that

its gifted onshore and on-board bar

teams have created these drinks by

meticulously mixing ingredients that

reflect the appeal of 'these celebrated

men'. Every historical and decorated

chronicle, the line continued, is instilled

into the cocktail experience with the

contemporary menu design, artwork, and

magnificent new trademark cocktails.

The press release continued: "These new

and fresh additions to the renowned bar,

found in prime locations on each of the

Cunard Queens, highlight the incredible

craftsmanship that has gone into each

drink." A perfect example is the new

'Punch Romain à la Carpathia', popularly

believed to be the last beverage ever

served on the ill-fated Titanic. This mix

was inspired by Commodore Sir Arthur

Rostron, who was in charge of the rescue

attempt, and features Advocaat as its

core ingredient. The cruise line joined

forces with illustrator Lauren Crowe to

bring to life these famous personalities,

producing complex pencil illustrations of

all seven knighted Commodores. Richard

Meadows, Cunard North America's

President, said with over 176-years of

cruise history, the line has continued to

be recognised globally as a pioneer in

exploring the earth. He added Cunard

was proud to recognise seven of the

most honoured Cunard Commodores in

the Queen Mary 2's already legendary

Commodore Club, men who have been

in charge of Cunard flagships and fleets

during its glorious history. Meadows

concluded: "Inspired by character

and history, each cocktail has been

thoughtfully created to honour their

remarkable stories."

Cunard introduces cocktail range

to honour the Commodores


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