|Day 1||Southampton – UK|
|Day 2||Zeebrugge – Belgium|
|Day 3||Rotterdam (Amsterdam) – Netherlands (Overnight Port Stop)|
|Day 4||Rotterdam (Amsterdam) – Netherlands In a complete contrast to the winding canals of Amsterdam, due to it's complete rebuilding after the Second World War, Rotterdam is a beacon of modern architecture and bright side-walk terraces, perfect for enjoying an afternoon Dutch beer.|
|Day 5||Hamburg – Germany One of Germany's most picturesque and often overlooked cities. Take a stroll along the River Elbe promenade, or discover it's impressive maritime heritage at one of the many museums.|
|Day 6||At Sea|
|Day 7||Paris (Le Havre) – France You can easily travel to Paris from Le Havre. The so-called most romantic city in the World is home to fantastic art collections in the Louvre and some stunning churches and cathedrals.|
|Day 8||Southampton – UK|
*Price Based On 13 May 2020
Alternative Dates: 6 May, 16 Sep, 23 Sep, 30 Sep, 7 Oct, 14 Oct 2020Next ▸
The sheer scope of the ship can take the breath away. She is more reminiscent of a floating city: spread over 14 passenger decks, and catering for more than 3,500 guests, it can be easy to forget that she is, ultimately, a ship. Her size is reflected by her onboard amenities: guests will find five restaurants waiting for them, alongside two self-service buffets, and 21 bars. Entertainment is an equally important part of life on the ship, as she houses four swimming pools, dedicated children's areas, and even a F1 simulator. Younger passengers and families will no doubt find themselves right at home aboard.
Balcony with sliding doors.
Double bed that can be converted to two single beds (on request), except cabins for guests with disabilities or reduced mobility.
Air conditioning, bathroom with shower, interactive TV, telephone, wireless internet access (for a fee), mini bar, safe.
Phone our experienced team on
Monday to Friday - 9am to 8pm
Saturday & Sunday - 10am to 6pm