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Saga’s top trio of Canary Island sailings

A trio of sunshine cruises to the Canary Islands on Saga Sapphire and Saga Pearl II feature themed sailings from crime fiction to fitness with a myriad of adventure tours.




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One long last lustre for Saga Pearl II

The Saga Pearl II (Dec. 2013, photo Ivan T. at Wikipedia)Africa’s astonishing cities, stunning scenery and thrilling wildlife provide a fitting finale for Saga’s elegant little cruise ship. An epic, 54-night cruise will mark a long, poignant goodbye for a much-loved cruise ship that has carried Saga guests to the ports of Europe and Africa over the last nine years.




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Saga’s Secret Cruise

When the crew aren’t sure where they’re going, you know it’s a real mystery tour. And that’s one of the magical twists to Captain Horne’s Mystery Cruise, surprising up to 720 passengers every day for three weeks.




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Saga Sapphire – Raise a glass to All-Inclusive

The Saga Sapphire  (Photo Jim the Geordie at Jim's Tyneside photo blog)Cruises on all 2019 Saga Sapphire sailings are now all-inclusive – and that means free drinks, a chauffeur service within 250 miles from the port, included travel insurance, daily afternoon tea and a 24-hour room service and free wifi – what more could you ask for from a cruise!




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Saga Cruises in buoyant mood at keel-laying for new ship Spirit of Discovery

Saga Cruises took a momentous step forward in its history today (June 28, 2018) with the keel-laying of the company’s first new cruise ship, Spirit of Discovery. The keel-laying ceremony at Meyer Werft’s shipyard in Papenburg marked the official start of construction for the 999-guest vessel, the first of two cruise ships being built for Saga Cruises.




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Saga Sapphire’s sparkling farewell sailings

The Saga Sapphire  (Photo Jim the Geordie at Jim's Tyneside photo blog)From Nordic Noir to the Holy Land, the five final voyages of one of British cruising’s most popular ships are open for booking. Saga Sapphire, which has been carrying Saga guests since 2012, is to bow out with an epic 33-night Grand Finale sailing from May 6 to June 8, 2020, immediately after a circumnavigation of the British Isles.




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