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Cruise & Maritime Voyages announces the addition of five new cruises to the 2019 programme




The 1,250-berth Magellan (Photo credit M. Witte)The new Magellan and Columbus sailings include a British Isles cruise, the Norwegian Fjords, the Baltic, Southern Norway and a Canary Islands and Madeira cruise with calls in Casablanca and Cadiz, fares are available from £399pp for a 6-night cruise to the Norwegian Fjords or £999pp for the Canary Islands and Madeira cruise.

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An African Adventure with Cruise & Maritime Voyages




Tsavo Park in Kenya - Photo Stefano FermiWe are delighted to announce the launch of a new 78-night Grand Africa & Indian Ocean Voyage. Marco Polo escapes the winter and heads south in search of African adventures on a voyage to Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya, plus calls in the Seychelles, Mauritius, Reunion, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Goa, India, Oman, Egypt, Jordan, the Holy Land and the Mediterranean.

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Astor to Complete Final Australian Cruise in March 2019




The 550-berth AstorAstor will sail Australian shores with Cruise & Maritime Voyages for the last time in March 2019. After six years of cruising from Fremantle and Adelaide, carrying more than 115,000 passengers and sailing 129,036 nautical miles, Astor will depart to make way for a new ship. (cruisecritic.com)

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CMV’s Vasco da Gama ready to explore



Vasco da GamaVasco da Gama, Cruise and Maritime Voyages’ sixth ship will operate two voyages sailing from London Tilbury next year. Following in the steps of the famous Portuguese explorer CMV’s latest addition to the fleet will sail from Singapore to London Tilbury via India next April on a spectacular maiden voyage.

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Arizona’s cruise port




Psst. Have you heard? Arizona is getting a cruise port! Wait, what? A cruise port? Like…with ships? Cruise ships? Long touting itself as “Arizona’s beach,” thanks to specialty cruise line Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Puerto Penasco will be able to call itself “Arizona’s cruise port” come January 2020. (azfamily.com)

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CMV first to use Visby’s new cruise terminal



Astoria  (Photo Courtesy Cruise & Maritime Voyages)Cruise and Maritime Voyages’ Astoria will be the first vessel to use the new cruise terminal at Visby, also known as the Copenhagen Malmo Port (CMP), on the island of Gotland – Sweden. When the ship calls on Monday 16 April it will be the first of some 90 cruise calls.

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CMV’s new ship to be re-named Vasco da Gama




With the announcement on Wednesday, 7th March 2018, that Cruise & Maritime Voyages had acquired Pacific Eden from P&O Australia, we invited all our valued Columbus Club members and Trade Partners to participate in naming her. Following the ‘explorer’ theme of our fleet, the choices were:- Pytheas, Vasco da Gama, Henry Hudson and Amerigo Vespucci.

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Cruceros Maritimos Vacacionales Gearing Up in Acapulco



Sailing under the brand name of Cruceros Maritimos Vacacionales, Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) and officials from Acapulco and the Mexican state of Guerrero have confirmed plans to launch service with the 1,400-passenger Magellan sailing from Acapulco during the winter season 2019. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Acapulco To Become Cruise Homeport



Acapulco, long known as one of Mexico’s premier resort destinations, is going to become a cruise homeport. The Mexican Tourist Board in conjunction with British-based cruise operator CMV Travel & Leisure Group announced the new program due to start in February 2019. (maritime-executive.com)

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CMV Targets Mexican Source Market




The 1,250-berth MagellanCruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) has a bullish new business plan: offering a Mexican Riviera product to the local market. Early 2019 will see the company launch its newest program, a brand for the Mexican market, Cruceros Marítimos Vacacionales. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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