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Rhone Cruises through Burgundy and Provence

Explore the sun-drenched south of France, renowned for its fine wines, gastronomic delights, picturesque landscapes and historic towns

Most itineraries start in Chalons-sur-Saone in Burgundy, before joining the Rhone through beautiful Provence with visits to medieval walled towns, wine-tastings at superb vineyards and spectacular scenery.

  • The famous Pont at Avignon
  • Lavender fields of Provence
  • Arles and the ampitheatre

About River Rhone Cruises

On the Saone, visit Beaune, centre of the Burgundy wine growing region, noted for the medieval Hospice de Dieu with its extraordinary tiled roof. Travelling south reach the city of Lyon, France’s second largest city, famed for its cuisine, roman remains and fascinating medieval quarters.

Further south are Tain l’Hermitage and Tournon in the wine growing areas around the Rhone, and the medieval village of Viviers overlooking the gorge of Donzere. Avignon was home to seven medieval Popes - the Palace of the Popes and the famous Pont d’Avignon are voyage highlights.

Arles is famous for its superbly preserved Roman ampitheatre, and as the inspiration for the paintings of Vincent van Gogh. Other possible excursions may include the Camargue, the marshland haunt of flamingoes, white horses and black bulls, or perhaps the Mediterranean coast.

Hospice de Dieu, BeauneHospice de Dieu, Beaunce

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  • Rhone Short Break

    4 Nights - Lyon and back

    CroisiEurope Ship - Camargue Choice of Ships

    Visit charming towns and discover breathtaking scenery on this superb short itinerary from Lyon to Provence and the Camargue 2017 - Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
    2018 - Mar, Apr, May, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
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    Rhone Short Break through Provence and Camargue Blue Water Package
    From £921pp Cruise Only From £571pp
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  • Highlights of Burgundy and Provence

    7 Nights - Lyon to Avignon

    Riviera Travel Ship - Swiss Corona Choice of Ships

    Discover the famous wine-producing region of Burgundy and the historic highlights of Arles and Avignon in Provence. Includes shore excursions and return flights from the UK 2017 - Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
    2018 - Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

    Burgundy and Provence along the Rhone No Fly Cruise
    From £1099pp
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  • French Savoir Vivre

    7 Nights - Lyon and back

    Amadeus River Cruises Ship - Amadeus Provence Amadeus Provence

    Explore the famous wine-growing region of Burgundy along the Saone and discover the historical architectural highlights of Provence along the beautiful Rhone river from Lyon with a choice of superb value optional excursions. Exclusively packaged with flights from the UK and overseas transfers 2017 - Aug, Sep, Oct
    2018 - Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Oct, Nov
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    French Savoir Vivre - Saone and Rhone River Cruise Blue Water Package
    From £1139pp Cruise Only From £839pp
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  • Sensations of Southern France

    7 Nights - Lyon to Arles

    Emerald Waterways Ship - Emerald Liberte Emerald Liberte

    Voyage through the rustic scenery of Southern France with walking tours of quaint rural villages and visits to some of the area's architectural treasures. Includes return flights from the UK, shore excursions and complimentary drinks with lunch and dinner. 2017 - Aug, Sep, Oct
    2018 - Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
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    Sensations Southern France River Cruise Fly Cruise Package
    From £1145pp
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  • New Year Celebrations in Provence

    4 Nights - Lyon and back

    CroisiEurope Ship - A typical 2-deck ship A typical 2-deck ship

    Celebrate the New Year in the World Heritage listed city of Lyon on this Rhone short break 2017 - Dec

    New Year Celebrations in Provence River Rhone Cruise Blue Water Package
    From £1317pp Cruise Only From £867pp
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  • Lyon and Provence

    7 Nights - Lyon to Avignon

    Viking River Cruises Ship - Viking Longships Viking Longships

    Travel through picturesque Burgundy and Provence in the south of France and explore the historic towns of Vienne and Avignon. Includes excursions and travel from the UK 2017 - Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
    2018 - Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
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    Lyon and Provence Fly Cruise Package
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  • Jewels of Burgundy and Provence

    7 Nights - Lyon and back

    CroisiEurope Ship - Camargue Choice of Ships

    Visit the picturesque towns on the Saone and Rhone on this delightful voyage from Lyon, with unlimited complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks throughout and optional shore excursions 2017 - Aug, Sep, Oct
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    Jewels of Burgundy and Provence Blue Water Package
    From £1458pp Cruise Only From £1078pp
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  • Burgundy and Provence

    7 Nights - Lyon to Arles

    Uniworld Ship - SS Catherine SS Catherine

    See the rich history, fine cuisine and picturesque lavender fields as you journey through the heart of Burgundy and Provence visiting the famous Hospices de Beaune and the fortified city of Avignon. Includes guided excursions, unlimited complimentary drinks and gratuities 2017 - Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
    2018 - Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
    Best available cabin for just £1599pp cruise only!

    Burgundy and Provence Rhone River Cruise Blue Water Package
    From £1849pp Cruise Only From £1599pp
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  • Wine Regions of Provence

    7 Nights - Lyon to Arles

    Choice of AMA Waterways Ships Choice of Ships

    Discover the legendary wine regions along the Rhone and sample the Beaujolais and Cote du Rhone wines at local vintners, visit World Heritage listed Avignon and see why Arles inspired the artist Vincent Van Gogh on this 7-night cruise with guided excursions 2017 - Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
    2018 - Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
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    Wine Regions of Provence Blue Water Package
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  • Rhone Treasures

    7 Nights - Lyon to Arles

    Choice of APT Ships Choice of Ships

    This all-inclusive, luxury cruise visits the wine-producing Beaujolais region and colourful Provence in Southern France. Includes return flights from the UK, unlimited complimentary drinks on board and signature experiences 2017 - Jul, Aug, Sep
    2018 - Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
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    Rhone Treasures River Cruise Through Provence Fly Cruise Package
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  • Jewels of the Rhone

    7 Nights - Lyon to Arles

    Travelmarvel by APT Ship - Excellence Rhone Excellence Rhone

    Discover the gastronomical capital of Lyon and World Heritage-listed town of Avignon on this excellent value APT TravelMarvel holiday along the Rhone exploring Burgundy and Provence. Includes flights from the UK and shore excursions 2017 - Aug, Sep

    Jewels of the Rhone Fly Cruise Package
    From £2515pp
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  • Enchanting Rhone

    7 Nights - Chalon sur Saone to Tarascon

    Scenic Ship - Scenic Sapphire Scenic Sapphire

    Sample the gastronomic delights, fine wines and see the magnificent architecture of the Beaujolais region on this luxury, all inclusive cruise. Includes shore excursions, return flights or Eurostar from the UK, butler service and complimentary drinks 2017 - Sep
    2018 - May, Sep
    Save up to £1250 per couple PLUS free private door-to-door transfers!

    Enchanting Rhone River Cruise Fly Cruise Package
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  • Splendours of Southern France

    12 Nights - Chalon sur Saone to Tarascon

    Scenic Ship - Scenic Sapphire Scenic Sapphire

    Sample the fine wines and gastronomic delights of the Burgundy region and visit ancient towns and villages which influenced famous artists on this all-inclusive voyage through the south of France. Includes travel package from the UK, butler service, complimentary drinks and gratuities 2017 - Aug
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    Splendours of Southern France Fly Cruise Package
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  • Grand France

    14 Nights - Paris to Avignon

    Uniworld Ship - SS Joie de Vivre Choice of Ships

    This unique voyage combines Northern France along the Seine visiting the historic Normandy beaches and Southern France along the Rhone through Provence. Includes guided excursions, unlimited complimentary drinks and gratuities 2017 - Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
    2018 - Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
    No single supplement on selected 2017 departures!

    Grand France - Seine and Rhone River Cruise Blue Water Package
    From £4389pp Cruise Only From £4139pp
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  • Rhine and Rhone Treasures

    14 Nights - Amsterdam to Arles

    Choice of APT Ships Choice of Ships

    This all-inclusive, luxury cruise combines the legendary Rhine through Holland, Germany and Switzerland with the majestic Rhone through picturesque Provence in France. Includes return flights, home pick-up service, unlimited complimentary drinks on board plus a choice of excursions and Signature Experiences 2018 - Apr, May, Jun, Jul
    Save £1500 per couple on 2018 departures!

    Rhine and Rhone Treasures River Cruise Fly Cruise Package
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River Rhone Highlights

Arles (France)

Situated beside the Rhône and encircled by the wild countryside of the Camargue, Arles is a spell-binding city built around its huge Roman amphitheatre. Walking is the best way to explore - see St Trophime Cathedral, the Roman baths, and scenes depicted by Van Gogh including the beautiful Roman necropolis, Les Alycamps, and Café Terrace at Night.

Arles

Avignon (France)

Ancient Avignon is an enchanting maze of Gothic buildings, made famous in song for its bridge. Place de l'Horloge is Avignon's picturesque square, with cafés shaded by plane trees and the famous clock. Dont miss a visit to the Palace of Popes, their majestic 14th-century residence, a huge building and one of the most visited sights in France.

Avignon

Chalon sur Saone (France)

This quaint town beside the Saône is a pleasant place to taste a glass of Burgundy whilst admiring the half-timbered buildings of St Vincent's quarter. Châlon is known for Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, who made the first photograph in 1825 and there is a fascinating photography museum here.

Chalon sur Saone

Lyon (France)

The gastronomic capital of France, Lyon is a grand city with many impressive buildings. It was founded by the Romans in the hill-top area of Fourvière, where the Basilica of Notre Dame and the ancient Roman theatre can be found. The size of Lyon makes a walking tour an attractive option, taking in Place Bellecour and Old Lyon.

Lyon

Macon (France)

North of Lyon, Macon is the most southerly city in Burgundy, and has a Mediterranean flavour. The remains of the cathedral, Old Saint Vincent, include an important Roman arched entrance. Macon is in the heart of wine country, and tours of the Beaujolais and Maconnais wine region visit the lovely rural towns and vineyards nearby.

Macon

Viviers (France)

Wind through the narrow streets of Viviers, a small walled city set amongst the mountainous region. The centre of the Old Town is home to the Saint Vincent Cathedral which dates back to the 12th Century and impressive 16th century Renaissance buildings. A short ride from Viviers is the Valley of the Ardeche, a particularly scenic stretch known as the Ardeche Gorges with towering limestone cliffs.

Customer Reviews

"Leisurely France" by Stuart5 star
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Courtesy of Avalon Waterways my wife and I have just returned from a superb cruise along the Rhone and Saone rivers from Port St Lois in the South to Chalon and then Paris in the North.

The trip started with their super efficient home pick-up service and a short flight to Nice. From there we went to Monacco and a night in the well positioned Fairmont Hotel. The following day, after a morning sight seeing we were transferred to Avalon Scenery moored in Port St Louis.

Anyone who has travelled with Avalon will know that their attention to detail and five star facilities are a hard act to follow. Suffice to say that from our accommodation on the Royal Deck to the quality of food and the friendly staff we felt like royalty. A special mention must go to Jean Loup, the cruise director, who was excellent.

The programme of trips was very good with as much or as little as you wished.

My only complaint was that all too soon it was time to go home - but not without one last unmissable memory, a trip to the Moulin Rouge - fantastic.

Thanks Avalon, we will be travelling with you again. 

"Avalon Scenery Provence" by joyfletch5 star
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We have just returned from a wonderful holiday on board the Avalon Scenery.

The ship, the food and the service was excellent. What we were disappointed with were the distances travelled from our overnight stay in Monaco to the ship, and then from Chalon to Paris for our return. Possibly in the future we would travel directly to the ship instead of having the overnight stay that is included in the holiday.

 On the whole we would recommend Avalon as an excellent company with which to travel.

 

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We have just returned from an excellent cruise on the Camargue.  Everything about the holiday was wonderful.  The food was delicious, the cabins well equipped, and the staff, especially Caroline the Purser and Radia the Hostess, did everything to make you feel welcome.  There were only seven english on board, and we were treated very specially.  The ports of call were excellent, our only complaint is that we did not have enough time in each! Still, that will probably make us go back! The excursions were very interesting, and good value for money.  All in all, a wonderful cruise, would recommend it to anyone, and we will certainly go on another one in the near future.

I very much enjoyed my MS Van Gogh cruise even though the weather was only good for the first few days. My cabin was very clean and comfortable and the dining room staff, food and wine absolutely wonderful.

The CroisieEurope host, Michael, was very helpful and kept the English people on board in touch with what was going on. It was a very well run ship.  I thought the places where we docked or could visit were well chosen - the Camargue, the Gorge of Ardeche, Arles, Viviers and the winery in Tain L'Hermitage - Viviers stands out as being the best of the little trips but all were interesting.   However there were one or two minor grumbles. The Camargue guide , Peggy, although good, talked too much- almost non-stop for the three hours of our coach trip as she was either in French or in English. We couldn't retain half of all this info- ask her to cut it down and let us get out more to take photos. Usha taking us around Viviers was much better. I would have liked more TV channels in English too- only Sky Sports and CNN News was very limiting but the biggest surprise of all was a lack of e-mailing facility on board- not even for the crew!!!! Please get CroisieEurope to join the 21st century with some WiFi.  Even Grandmas and Granddads e-mail constantly these days.

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I only had a few days to get away from the office but cruising the beautiful River Rhone with it's great french food was just the way to relax.

"River Rhone Cruise" by Derek0 star
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Just to let you know how much we enjoyed the trip down the Rhone & back.
Everything was well arranged, the meals were excellent, ships staff helpful,
even though we were only six english on board this did not spoil our enjoyment. The food served on board was a highlight of the holiday.

Being on a boat full of French speaking holiday makers could have been a problem. We were lucky to have two other english speakers on board. They helped the dinner conversation and we have now made new frends. Although the anouncments were in french the host made sure we were fully informed in English.

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Four of us went on this cruise and it surpassed all our expectations.   From our VIP home "pick up" we were escorted all the way which helped us so much on our journey. We found the ship, cabins, staff, crew and service excellent. The included excursions were well planned and the guides  of very high standard and they  knew how to pace their tours. Maybe set tables at dinner would have saved a rush to the Dining Room to obtain a table for six ( we had met another British couple at Lyon airport who we wished to join us for dinner each evening ). The Dining room has a noise problem but we are assured this is being dealt with whilst the ship is out of service during the Winter months but we consider this a minor problem and it  did not stop us from having a wonderful eight days aboard The River Royale

We stayed two nights at the Hotel Pullman Monterpanasse in Paris. The hotel is ideally located to get around being only two minutes from one of the main metro interchange stations. Also just about all the main sites to see are within a couple of miles or half an hours walk of the hotel in various directions. Overall we were not impressed with the hotel The staff however were friendly and helpful. Our room was on the 18th floor giving excellent views and the the lift system to get there was really fast and smooth. The problems we found were with the bedroom which was badly designed. It had a table and chair which just cluttered a very congested bedroom. The bathroom was crazy. Firstly the bath/shower glass partition was that badly positioned you had a really difficult manoeuvre to get into the bath to operate the shower. We are early 60.s but I can imagine anyone much older really struggling and it was a health and safety issue. Also the toilet was open plan why? Totally unnecessary. We had a dinner outside the hotel but for breakfast it was more like a free for all and very chaotic. Many foods were running out and not being replaced, the omelette station was left unoccupied for the bulk of the time we were there and the food selection could have been a lot better.


To the Ship the Avalon Scenery. Very impressed by the boat, nice layout and everything spotlessly clean. The staff and crew were extremely polite, friendly and efficient. Our bedroom which was a French Balcony was well designed and made very good use of the space. The shower was probably the best we have had on a river cruise. The double bed was extremely comfortable. There was ample wardrobe and drawer space. Wi-Fi was hit and miss and generally speaking you had to be in the area close to reception to receive a signal. The food as you would expect was of a high quality with a varied 4 or 5 course menu for dinner. The breakfast and lunch buffets we could not fault but a glass of wine to wash it down would have been nice.

 

The actual cruise and stops. We expected to be cruising through the day most of the time where we could make use of the french balcony. Actually the majority of the time we only cruised in the evening and to make matters worse our cruise director called us for a compulsory (his words) meeting to discuss the weeks agenda just as we were about to approach Lyon which was one of the most scenic parts of the cruise. That was not putting customer satisfaction first, the meeting just ended up being a hard sell on the optional excursions. He also called the safety meeting at the crazy time of twenty minutes before the evening meal when many people were in the shower or getting ready. His excuse was it was too hot to do it during the day on the top deck. Why he could,nt have used the lounge when we first arrived is beyond me. With regard to the excursions the brochure gives an impression that the majority of excursions are included with additional excursions being available at a cost. The facts of the matter are that the included excursions are all walking tours with the exception of a coach trip round Paris. Anything else requiring a coach was extra and highly priced. A good example of this was an optional trip to the Artists quarter in Paris charged at 48euros. It was never pointed out you could catch the metro directly there which we did at a cost of 1.80 euro each way, everything is free when you get there excluding the museum which Avalon did not include anyway This is not competitive with like wise Cruise companies. I had my suspicions regarding Avalon when we saw they did not include wine with lunch. At a cost in excess of £5k for the holiday I can only put this down to penny pinching. The cruise director Jean Loup for the whole cruise gave very little information about the country or the places we were moored at. We have travelled with Viking, APT and AMA Waterways previously and had experienced exceptional information from cruise directors who used the tannoy system to make things interesting as we sailed along. The places we thought really nice were Lyon where the Saone and Rhone meet and Viviers a beautiful sleepy village with narrow winding streets and glorious views from the church. The Popes palace and gardens in Avignon was really nice and the remains of the roman bridge are worth seeing but the centre of Avignon was run down and disappointing. The same could be said of Arles, the roman amphitheatre here looked impressive from the outside but once inside it had been spoiled and turned into a bull ring with plastic seats, barriers and other obstructive building work.

Post cruise we were driven down to Monaco/Monte Carlo. It should be pointed out this is a 4 hour coach drive from Arles. We stayed at the Fairmont Hotel and had a lovely room overlooking the F1 race hairpin bend. The hotel was first class with well designed bedrooms and bathroom. The food was high quality and the staff friendly and professional. Monte Carlo is great for wandering round and seeing how the other half live. Be sure to walk up to Monaco around the gardens, palace and church as it is all beautiful.

All in all we will not be travelling with Avalon again due to the lack of thought and organisation of the actual cruising times. We were not alone in thinking the emphasis was not on customer satisfaction but how can we make more money. This was a situation where we regretted having paid our gratuities up front. The crew deserved it but the cruise director did not and our impression was he was just going through the motions.

I found a cruise I was interested in and added it to my wish list on Blue Water Holidays' web site. This was just the start of a really helpful liaison between myself and husband, Blue Water Holidays and the cruise company, Avalon.

A message came up from my wish list letting me know Blue Water Holidays were ready and available to answer any queries I might have and to help me make choices to get a cruise personalised to suit us.

That is exactly what I received. Faye rang me the next day to see if I needed any help. I wanted a cruise that didn't involve air travel, was within my chosen budget and toured southern France. Faye offered guidance on what was available and left us to make our minds up. Once we confirmed we had made a choice Faye was there every step of the way, making sure the details of our travel, from the pickup point to the end of our holiday, were properly covered so that everything would run smoothly.

The cruise itself exceeded our expectations. Delightful places to visit, high class facilities and crew on the cruise boat, plus excellent hotels at the start and end of our holiday. The Cruise Director did an amazing job keeping track of us all and ensuring we had plenty of opportunities to enjoy our surroundings, both on land and on board, with well organised tours at each location and great local tour guides, plus some surprise events. I have been extolling the virtues of Avalon and Blue Water Hoildays ever since we came back.

We really enjoyed our Rhone cruise with CroisiEurope in September. Even the weather was kind to us - good warm temperature but clouds about so my fair skin did not suffer. The 94 year old French aunt who joined us was sufficiently delighted with her experience that she announced we're to go on another next year and she will come too!

A big thank you to all who helped us on our way.

"Provence and Camargue" by M.Morton5 star

For all three of us the Cruise Holiday exceeded our expectations. 

We were very impressed with the quality of the food and the service. The meals were of a proportionate size to eating three full meals a day, the menu was varied and well balanced with a very generous (inclusive) wine selection.

 The crew were very good and I especially would like to mention the Purser (Carlos)  and the Animation guy (Anise) they looked after us as the "4 (us 3 +1) English speaking peoples" very WELL and  made all announcements in English as well as French and involved us in activities.

We could not get onto the Soane river due to water levels so the cruise was curtailed at Lyon but they laid on excursions, whilst it was shame they did  try very hard!

Only negative which was an inconvenience was the WIFI it existed and  registered on our devices but we only managed to connect up once, in this day and age of technology I would think they could do better! 

We are very likely to be on a Croisi Cruise again next year.

"Fantastic Holiday" by ericandedith5 star

We have just returned from a most fantastic cruise on the Rhone, the staff were excellent from the captain to the laundry girl. We were 2 of only 8 English holiday makers and we were well looked after by Caroline and the lovely smiling entertainments girl.The staff went one extra mile, the food was superb and who could wish to be in nicer suroundings.The "show" the crew suprised us with on Saturday night was so funny and everyone had a good giggle.

NEGATIVE POINT  We wish we were on the cruise for much longer and will certainley be cruising again in 2009.

Linda and Andy (Cambridge)

 

 

 

"" by janet4 star

Enjoyable experience - good programme Would have preferred buffet options for food to save time and options for single tables

"" by alsim0 star

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