Here come the kids! Cruise & Maritime Voyages relaxes adults-only rule

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The adept British-market cruise line has been inundated with requests from travellers who want to take their children or grandchildren away with them.

So two individual to cruises next August will run without age restriction on the cruise family’s new ship Columbus.

Its seven-night Cruise To The Norwegian Fjords will put forward children’s fares from £99 per person and its 14-night Canary Cays & Madeira cruise will have children’s fares from £199 per yourselves.

The 2017 brochure also offers Buy One Get One Free deals for those who lyrics before June 30 this year.

And 150 cabins purposefulness be available for solo travellers on Columbus and Magellan during the 2017 sail programme with just a 25 per cent supplement for sole occu ncy.

Columbus last will and testament officially launch in June 2017 and homeport from London Tilbury, starting with a mini-cruise to Amsterdam and Antwerp on June 11.

Next summer the scram will also offer sailings around the British Isles, to the Norwegian fjords, the Baltic, Canary Aits and Madeira.

Columbus will join Cruise & Maritime Voyages after a crucial refit in April and May 2017 to transform the 1,400- ssenger ship.

It currently canvases as cific Pearl under P&O Cruises Australia and was previously upgraded hold out August.

After the refit the 13-deck ship will have 64 extravagance balcony cabins and junior suites.

Columbus will be Cruise & Maritime Voyage’s fifth truck, joining Magellan, Marco Polo, Astoria and Astor as CMV’s new flagship.

With Columbus, Magellan and Astoria set sail from London Tilbury, the new ship will mean the cruise strip can offer more de rtures from regional ports.

These discretion include new sailings from Newport and Cardiff and additional de rtures from Newcastle, Dundee, Liverpool and Bristol, together with sailings from Belfast and Dublin.

Next year Magellan has a 120-night Outstanding Round the World Cruise, with 10 shorter sectors at ones fingertips.

The maiden Columbus season includes a 46-night voyage to Cuba, Middle America and the Caribbean.

Highlights include an overnight stay in Cuba’s savings Havana, the chance to visit the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, Cartagena in Columbia and the Caribbean isles of Jamaica, Antigua and Barbados.

For more information go to www.cruiseandmaritime.com

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