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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


Wow - that was quick! Christmas and the New Year

celebrations seem to come and go ever more quickly each

year. Before you know it your next holiday adventure will

be ready and waiting to take you away from it all. Cheer

yourself up this January and let your imagination run riot in

our bumper 60 page edition of Cruise

Ahoy. Go in search of enjoyment,

excitement, relaxation, exploration

and adventure through our top pick of

cruise holidays around the world.

The journey starts with our annual

cruise planner on pages 4 and

5 - which can be used as a kind of

chocolate box selection menu! Our

2015-16 cruise planner lists the major

cruise destinations of the world and

the months of the year filled with

cruise lines and ships which we feel

offer the best itineraries, prices and

offers. There is something to suit everyone from single

cruisers, families and couples young and old. With prices

ranging from just £449pp for a seven night MSC Med

cruise to £4199pp for a 'once in a lifetime' visit to Alaska

and an escorted tour of Yellowstone National Park - every

pocket is catered for too.

This month we introduce two brand new ships starting

with the Norwegian Escape as our offer of the month on

page 7. Be the first sail on board this brand new ship

which sets sail on its first ever cruise on October 25th

this year. This ship is a hybrid of the Norwegian Epic and

the slightly smaller best-selling sister ships of Norwegian

Breakaway and Getaway. We have just 50 low priced

balcony staterooms left on this maiden voyage and when

added to a two night weekend break to Hamburg it

makes the perfect special treat of the year for a spot of

self indulgence. Launching in February 2016 is the brand

new Holland America Line Koningsdam which heads up

the new Pinnacle class of ship that

has been developed from the

Signature class of ship.

This month we also introduce three

new cruise lines to our range.

fred.olsen is quintessentially

British and attracts a more mature

- young at heart cruiser looking for

relaxation and gentle exploration.

While Star Clippers brings out the

true seafaring adventurers among

you that want the creak of the

wooden hull and the slap of the

main sail against the mast. American Queen Mississippi

Steamboat river cruising offers an all together different

experience navigating the mighty Mississippi in search of

Mark Twain style adventures.

For a sense of excitement choose from two Formula One

Grand Prix cruise and stay holidays to either Monaco with

Azamara Club Cruises or Barcelona with Celebrity for a

spot of modern luxury. Excitement continues on our best

selling Far Eastern holiday with the thrill of a Bullet Train

ride from Tokyo to Mount Fuji and a far eastern cruise on

board Diamond Princess. Uncover the sights and delights

of Tokyo in our city focus on pages 38 & 39 giving you

top tips to maximise your enjoyment of one of the most

populous cites in the world.

In this edition we feature a selection of no flying cruises.

In particular we have two brand new European rail

adventures with return Eurostar tickets to the continent.

Choose from Paris and Lake Garda followed by a

Med cruise from Venice on page 19 or the sights and

delights of Amsterdam followed by a cruise to the

Baltic on page 17.

For total relaxation and enjoyment escape from the

onset of the dark cold winter months on our new 35 night

no-flying grand tour of East Coast USA cities. Cast off

from Southampton on the Norwegian Escape during her

maiden transatlantic voyage to Miami and to soak up the

sun before visiting charming Charleston, Washington DC,

Boston and New York. The relax on board Cunard Queen

Mary 2 enjoying the finest traditions at sea all the way

back to Southampton without boarding a flight at all.

New offers also include our South American adventures

on board Star Princess for surprisingly modest prices

from only £1749pp giving you the chance to follow in the

footsteps of great historical explorers such as Magellan,

Darwin and Sir Francis Drake.

Finally our chocolate box selection of cruise holidays

would not be complete without our best selling cruise and

stay favourites of Niagara Falls, Hawaii, Lake Como, the

Wild West and the fabulous Rocky Mountaineer.

The Jetline Cruise Team.



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