The most famous ocean liners in the world. The majestic Queen Mary 2, the regal Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth offer a traditional cruise experience mixed with all modern cruise liners have to offer. From the moment you board a Cunard ship you enter a world of style and elegance. Cunard hold fast to many fine traditions, a glamorous sense of occasion, immaculate afternoon tea and attentive White Star Service. Whether it’s a voyage to the Med from Southampton, a fly cruise or even the traditional and iconic Transatlantic crossing you will be pampered from start to finish. Each of the three Queens have their own charm but together they offer an oasis of relaxation and discovery where guests can do as much or as little as they please.
Why not visit New York, shop ’till you drop and sail home in style.
Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines do things differently. No gimicks or climbing walls just the warmest of welcomes from a friendly, dedicated crew. You will be a name not a cabin number. They will quickly learn your favourite brand of gin or whether you like your eggs scrambled or fried. Four imitate ships will transport you around the world in a very British home from home atmosphere. No wonder guests return time after time.
Imagine a country hotel nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean or the South China Sea or the Atlantic. Oceania Cruises combines the sophisticated elegance of a private hotel with the flexibility and adventure of sea travel. The finest cuisine at sea is served in open seating restaurants at no additional charge. A country club atmosphere prevails – no need for ball gowns and tuxedos.
The original three ships Insignia, Nautica and Regatta have been joined by Sirena and the new and spectacular Marina and Riviera. See the world your way with Oceania Cruises
P&O Cruises are probably one of the best known names in the cruise industry. Operating a fleet of seven ships they truly cater for everyone. Adult only ships for those who would rather not travel with families & children. Family friendly ships with wonderful facilities for young and the not so young and medium sized traditional cruise ships much loved by seasoned cruisers. Unashamedly tailored to the British market prices on board are in sterling and tea & coffee making facilities can be found in the cabins.
The convenience of cruising direct from the UK is obvious. No airport queues, no baggage restrictions – take as much luggage as you like!
Riviera have been organising holidays for over 30 years and are a real favourite with British passengers. Explore the rivers of Europe in comfort on a fleet of twelve ships. Which? have named Riviera as a ‘Recommended Provider’ for 4 years in a row.
Viking Ocean Cruises
Your voyage of discovery starts the moment you step on board a Viking ship. All the ships are identical so regardless of where in the world you cruise you’ll be guaranteed the same facilities and the same tranquil atmosphere. Afternoon tea in the Wintergarden is an event not to be missed. Visit the Scandinavian-inspired Spa, a Nordic sanctuary of wellness or the Explorers’ Lounge, where you can share your latest adventures with fellow travellers. All alternative dining is included in the cost of your Viking cruise as is a daily shore excursion. There are currently five ships in the fleet but more new ships are on the horizon for this fast expanding ocean cruise line.
Viking River Cruises
Surely the best known name in river cruising. Viking operate the largest and most innovative fleet of river cruise ships in the world including vessels purpose built for the river Douro and the shallow Elbe. The atmosphere on board is friendly and informal with a choice of dining venues, the main restaurant or alfresco on the Aquavit Terrace. The staff can’t do enough for you and strive to make your holiday the best it can be. A range of pre and post cruise stays are also available.