Small Ship Cruising; PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE

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Small Ship Cruising; PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE


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Cruising on board the Ms Astor

A classic ocean-going vessel in the best traditions, sleek, 20,000-tonne, four-star plus-rated Astor will be popular with those seeking the values of traditional cruising, with the emphasis on rest and relaxation and a little gentle exploration. With a choice of dining options, lounges, library, card room, wellness centre and a range of outdoor amenities, Astor will be the perfect home from home during this wonderful voyage.

Decks: Exuding comfort and warmth from the moment you step aboard, Astor boasts seven beautifully presented passenger decks, with comfortable lounges featuring dark wood and high ceilings, well-appointed cabins and spacious outside areas that are perfect for enjoying the pleasures of sun-kissed days at sea, whether you are indulging in a little light exercise or curled up with a book on a deck-lounger.

Dining: Dining aboard Astor will be a pleasure each day, with the main Waldorf Restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and two-sitting dinner in a refined, traditional atmosphere. The ship's chefs will prepare delicious meals that combine the traditional cruising menus of dishes tailored for the English palate and a selection of local flavours.

Take advantage of our amazing Buy-One-Get-One half price fares, where the first person sharing a cabin pays full fare, and the second travels for half price. …

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