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Featured Cruise

Welcome to our “Featured Cruise” page.  Here we will showcase our “Cruise of the Moment”.  Our Featured Cruises are always popular so please book soon to ensure the best choice of cabins and to secure your dialysis place.

Easter River Seine Experience

Visiting Rouen, France – Honfleur, France – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Cobh, Ireland

Celebrate Easter in style whilst enjoying the intimate club-like atmosphere offered on-board the Marco Polo.  The Marco Polo is an adults only ship carrying just 800 passengers.

Cruise the beautiful River Seine with its panoramic vistas across the Normandy countryside.  Explore a treasury of Gothic architecture in Rouen, the place where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake; and wonder the cobbled streets of picturesque Honfleur.  This cruise will certainly provide a splash of colour with the opportunity to visit Claude Monet’s celebrated garden at Giverny, the scenic delights of Guernsey and maritime Cobh.

Sailing from Bristol Avonmouth, UK on 7 April 2020 for 7 nights with fares starting from just £1155 per person what’s not to like!

Rouen

In medieval times, lords and the prosperous merchants of the city, as well as commissioning fine homes for themselves, supported the building of great religious buildings. Lined up in a row going from east to west through the centre of town is a string of tremendous church edifices – Saint-Ouen, Saint-Maclou, the cathedral, and the contemporary church to Joan of Arc. Victor Hugo famously described Rouen as the city of ‘a hundred spires’. In addition, don’t miss the Gros Horloge (a magnificent monumental town clock), the splendid Gothic Law Courts (Palais de Justice) and look out for the Aître Saint-Maclou, with its carved skull and crossbones counts among the most startling medieval cemeteries in Europe.

Rouen’s historic quarters are packed with tempting shops and restaurants. There are also glorious weekly markets. This being a university town, there is plenty of buzzing nightlife too.

Honfleur

Honfleur’s beauty has long attracted artists, with works to be seen both in the town museums and in the modern galleries that abound. As Honfleur is so clearly dedicated to tourism today, you can choose from an exceptionally enticing selection of restaurants and shops around town.

Along Honfleur’s stretch of estuary, you can stroll through civic gardens to the beach. Up the hillside, visit Notre-Dame de Grâce chapel and enjoy great views over the Seine estuary.

St Peter Port, Guernsey

With its cobbled streets, picturesque marina and historic gardens, it is easy to see why St Peter Port is considered one of Europe’s prettiest harbour towns.

Guernsey’s capital has been a busy port since Roman times and today its gentle bustle spills out onto the vibrant squares from informal cafes and quaint boutiques.

Cobh, Ireland

Cobh is a pleasant waterside town, with brightly coloured houses where its streets climb the steep slope of a hill, the top of which is crowned by the imposing Cobh Cathedral St. Coleman’s Cathedral with its carillon of 47 bells.  Cobh is situated on Great Island, one of the three large islands in Cork harbour which are all now joined by roads and bridges – Little Island and Fota are the other islands.

From Cobh you can take a shore excursion to Cork, Ireland if you wish.

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