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BRITISH ISLES DISCOVERY CRUISE

12 DAYS FROM PS1,889.00 FOR TWO DEPARTS 14 MARCH 2018 SAILING FROM TILBURY ON BOARD ASTORIA

This springtime 'Round Britain' voyage begins in the Northern Isles, in Orkney, Lewis and Mull, before three calls on the island of Ireland bring opportunities to explore Belfast, Dublin and Cork.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Calls at Kirkwall, Stornoway, Tobermory, Dublin and Cobh

See the Titanic Quarter on a visit to Belfast

The stunning Isles of Scilly

The beautiful island of Guernsey

Explore the Impressionists' retreat of Honfleur

Stylish entertainment, traditional British & International cuisine, guest lecturers & on-board leisure facilities

11 nights' full board accommodation on board Astoria

SPRINGTIME BREAK & RIVER SEINE EXPERIENCE

7 DAYS FROM PS1,089.00 FOR TWO, DEPARTS 8 MARCH 2018 SAILING FROM TILBURY ON BOARD ASTORIA

Sail to the fascinating Dutch capital of Amsterdam and to the French ports of Rouen and Honfl eur, via the lovely, historic Belgian city of Antwerp. As Astoria heads south you'll also have the chance to visit Monet's spectacular gardens at Giverny.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

The Dutch capital Amsterdam is a city of canals and cobblestones

Discover Antwerp - 'Diamond Capital of the World'

The 'Joan of Arc' city of Rouen is gateway to some wonderful places, including Monet's delightful Giverny

Explore the Impressionists' retreat of pretty Honfl eur

Traditional British & International cuisine, stylish entertainment, guest lecturers & on-board leisure facilities

Six nights' full board accommodation on board Astoria

LOCHS, GLENS, ISLANDS & IRELAND CRUISE

15 DAYS FROM PS2,029.00 FOR TWO, DEPARTS 21 APRIL 2018 SAILING FROM TILBURY ON BOARD ASTORIA

This hugely enjoyable British cruise includes the island outposts of Shetland, Mull, Lewis and the Orkneys, as well as Scrabster - Britain's most northerly port - and the great cities of Belfast and Dublin. There's also an inaugural visit to Holy Loch - the gateway to Lock Lomond and the Trossachs.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Rugged Orkney capital Kirkwall

Explore remote Stornoway

Discover Mull's pretty Tobermory

Fort William lies in the shadow of Ben Nevis

See the extraordinary Titanic Quarter on a visit to Belfast

Dublin is the world's friendliest capital

Holy Loch is one of Britain's most scenic anchorages

Ullapool is gateway to Wester Ross

Scrabster is close to John O'Groats

Ancient Lerwick, Shetland capital

Discover beautiful Invergordon

Traditional British & International cuisine, stylish entertainment, guest lecturers & on-board leisure facilities

14 nights' full board accommodation on board Astoria

GRAND SCOTTISH HIGHLIGHTS, ISLANDS & FAROES CRUISE

10 DAYS FROM PS1,309. …

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