26
Nights
03 Jan
2019

British Isles Cruise

Cunard Queen Mary 2

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Day 1 - Thu 03 Jan 2019
New York, USA
You'll never run out of things to do in the city that never sleeps, from the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square to the city's world-renowned museums, shopping, and vast culinary choices. It's an incredibly diverse and active place, consisting of an intricate patchwork of... Read More

Cruise Details

What's included:

  • Shipboard accommodations
  • Ocean transportation
  • Most meals
  • Some beverages
  • Most entertainment aboard the vessel

What's not included:

  • Shore excursions
  • Specialty restaurant fees
  • Some beverages
  • Photographs
  • Gratuities/service fees
  • Medical services
  • Spa treatments

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  • Fully ABTA and ATOL Protected
  • Complete Financial Protection
  • Quality Cruise holidays at Exceptional Prices

Itinerary

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1
03 Jan 2019
12:00am   New York, USA
You'll never run out of things to do in the city that never sleeps, from the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square to the city's world-renowned museums, shopping, and vast culinary choices. It's an incredibly diverse and active place, consisting of an intricate patchwork of neighbourhoods, each with its own character and history, yet seamlessly coexisting.
2
04 Jan 2019
At Sea
3
05 Jan 2019
At Sea
4
06 Jan 2019
At Sea
5
07 Jan 2019
At Sea
6
08 Jan 2019
At Sea
7
09 Jan 2019
At Sea
8
10 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Southampton, United Kingdom
Southampton benefits from a sheltered location, unique "double tides". The port is the busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port in the UK.
9
11 Jan 2019
At Sea
10
12 Jan 2019
At Sea
11
13 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Cadiz, Spain
Spain's gateway to the Atlantic, Cadiz welcomes you to 3,000 years of history and to the nearby city of Seville, famed for its bullfights, flamenco and flower-filled patios. Columbus crossed the ocean blue from Andalusia, forever tying the Americas to Seville.
12
14 Jan 2019
At Sea
13
15 Jan 2019
At Sea
14
16 Jan 2019
At Sea
15
17 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Piraeus, Greece
With its magnificent architecture, legendary cultural attractions and unparalleled place in history, this capital city known as "the cradle of Western civilization" is a must-see destination for world travellers. A captivating blend of the classical and the contemporary, Athens boasts some of the world's oldest and most renowned landmarks, and wears its ancient heritage proudly.
16
18 Jan 2019
At Sea
17
19 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Haifa, Israel
Atop Mount Carmel in northern Israel, Haifa is your gateway to the cherished cities of Galilee and Nazareth. Make your pilgrimage to Galilee, where Jesus is believed to have performed his miracles, or explore Nazareth, widely regarded as Christ's childhood home.
18
20 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Haifa, Israel
19
21 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Port Said, Cairo, Egypt
This busy port city has the second most important harbour in Egypt behind Alexandria. It is strategically positioned at one end of the Suez Canal and acts as a great starting point for exploring the cradle of civilization.
20
22 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Port Said, Cairo, Egypt
20
22 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Suez, Egypt
The Suez Canal is the world's greatest shortcut. Opened in 1869, it allowed ships to travel between Europe and Asia without having to navigate around Africa or traipse overland between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. The canal's northern terminus is Port Said.
20
22 Jan 2019
12:00am 12:00am Suez Canal, At Sea, Egypt
The Suez Canal is the world's greatest shortcut. Opened in 1869, it allowed ships to travel between Europe and Asia without having to navigate around Africa or traipse overland between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. The canal's northern terminus is Port Said.
21
23 Jan 2019
At Sea
22
24 Jan 2019
At Sea
23
25 Jan 2019
At Sea
24
26 Jan 2019
At Sea
25
27 Jan 2019
At Sea
26
28 Jan 2019
At Sea
27
29 Jan 2019
  12:00am Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai has always served as a bridge between East and West. In the past, Dubai's trade links stretched from Western Europe to Southeast Asia and China. The result was the creation of one of the most protean societies in the world. Nestled in the very heart of Islam, Dubai remains unique in its embrace of the West. Bedouin may still roam the desert, but Dubai also plays hosts to international tennis and golf tournaments. Tourists flock to its shores while the pace of development continues at a frenetic pace, from massive artificial islands to the astounding Burj Al Arab Hotel. Dubai is actually two cities in one: the Khor Dubai, an inlet of the Persian Gulf, separates Deira, the old city, from Bur Dubai.