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Amazon, West Indies & the Azores

Cruise Highlights

Explore charming Amsterdam, historic

Lisbon and Funchal on Madeira, the

'floating garden of the Atlantic'. Visit

remote Cape Verde stepping ashore in

Mindelo with cobblestone streets and

candy-coloured colonial buildings. Enjoy

the activities on board as you cruise to

South America and bustling Santarem,

your gateway to the mighty Amazon River.

Witness indigenous Amazonian lifestyle

first hand in the remote jungle village of

Boca da Valeria before calling in Manaus,

the city at the heart of the Amazon. Enjoy

an overnight stay with a full program

of optional tours including a boat trip

to view the incredible 'Meeting of the

Waters'. In Parintins you might choose

to take in a lively and colourful show

recreating the spectacular Boi Bumba

Festival. Magellan then calls in Alter

do Chão where the blue-green waters

of the Tapajos River lap at white sand

beaches. Continue to Santana, a gateway

to Macapá straddling the equator. Stop

at Îles du Salut, known as 'Devil's Island'

and made famous by the film Papillon.

Grenada with its pretty capital St.

George's, scenic St Vincent and Bequia

in the Grenadines, stunning St. Lucia with

its famous pitons and beautiful Barbados

give a wonderful taste of the Caribbean

Date Nights Inside Oceanview

05 Jan 2016 42 nights £2469 £3399



No-fly cruise from Tilbury aboard MV Magellan

Vast swathes of jungle, home to extraordinary tropical plants and

an abundance of colourful wildlife, Amazonia will undoubtedly be

the highlight of this magnificent adventure that starts the moment

you leave British shores. On this incredible voyage taking you to the

infamous Îles du Salut, five sun-splashed islands in the Caribbean,

Cape Verde and the Azores, you'll cruise the mighty Amazon and

discover the largest tropical rainforest and most diverse ecosystem

on earth!

before you discover the Azores with calls

in Horta and Ponta

The MV Magellan became the proud

new flagship of the Cruise and Maritime

fleet in March of this year and will operate

as an adult friendly ship. At only 46,000

tons she will carry about 1250 passengers

accommodated in 726 cabins spanning

nine passenger decks. This spacious

and laid back ship is packed with

entertainment facilities to compliment

the breathtaking scenery of the day with

fun and laughter at night. With 6 bars, a

nightclub, main show lounge, casino, 4

restaurants, 2 pool areas, 3 whirlpools, 2

further sun decks, gym and Jade Wellness

Spa - this ship has everything you need

for a great time.


London Tilbury - Amsterdam (Netherlands)

- Lisbon (Portugal) - Funchal (Madeira) -

Mindelo (Cape Verde) - Santerém (Brazil)

- Boca da Valeria (Amazon) - Manaus

(Amazon overnight) - Parintins (Amazon) -

Alter do Chão - Santana for Macapa (Brazil

overnight) - Îles de Salut (French Guiana)

- St. George's (Grenada) - Kingstown

(St. Vincent) - Bequia (Grenadines) -

Castries (St. Lucia) - Bridgetown (Barbados)

- Horta (Faial, Azores) - (Ponta Delgada

(San Miguel, Azores) - London Tilbury.

The Cruise & Maritime

Experience includes:

• Delicious full board cuisine.

• Afternoon teas and late night


• Captain's Cocktail Party.

• Self service tea & coffee (6am

to 10pm).

• Big show entertainment,

cabarets and classical





See some wonderful wildlife

The Amazon

• Daytime activities and leisure


• Guest speaker and arts &


• Porterage of luggage, port

to cabin.

• Port Taxes.

• A more traditional and

leisurely style cruising


• Smaller sized cruise ships

accessible to more ports of


• An excellent standard of

friendly and attentive service.

• Sterling is the currency on


• A wide choice of wonderful

excursions at most ports of call.

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