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Boudicca is a small ship that with 880 passengers makes you feel very special. It is a ship that is loved and that customers return to. Fred Olsen suggest it has a sense of class, style and elegance not seen or experienced on modern megaships and floating theme parks. We would agree, it is cruising from a different era, aiming...
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In 1502 Columbus established a dwelling at this port and it has grown, but it was not until 1870 a real harbour was established in order to export bananas, nuts and grains. Now it has a vibrant town with a palm lined promenade, cafes and open an air market. Local wine and fruit are as important as the handicrafts....
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Charlotte Amalie, the jungle surrounded port on the small US Virgin Island is one of the most picture postcard perfect harbours in one of the prettiest Caribbean Islands. It is good to see their cruise calendar full again having recovered enough from the storms of 2017 to see visiting ships. Paradise Point Tramway is a cable car ride that takes...
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Hamilton has been the capital since 1815. It is an easy place to walk round with beautiful parks, walkways, markets, historic monuments and buildings, cathedrals, arts centres, museums and parliament buildings. Bermuda is also visited out of the main season, as it claims to have a good climate all year round. It is a British Overseas Territory, famous for its...
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The pleasantly called Holiday-Class cruise ship, MS Magellan was built in 1985 and known as the Holiday, then the Grand Holliday. Refurbished in 2010 she joined Cruise and Maritime in 2015. Sailing at 21 knots, she can hold about 1450 passengers and 660 crew but C&M run the ship with about 1250 guests in its 10 passenger decks. The...

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The will be a warm welcome in Poland. The port of Gdynia is only 80 years old but some of its churches and palaces date back as far as the 13th Century like St. Michael the Archangel’s church. It also has two museum ships, so there is much to see without going far. It makes the Old Town easy to wander...
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Roatan is an island of Honduras in the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by coral reef and an underground maze of volcanic rock perfect for divers and snorkellers. The sea and beats are so special we thought this film was perfect to show of some of what it has to offer. Eco tourism is popular here, but it also has some...
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Possibly a stop before or after New Orleans, this coast has a dizzy mixture of soul and food and music. It is very much Mexico, being just off the Yucatan Peninsula where the adventure of ruins and the history of Mayan Villages could begin. If you can be dragged away from the music and fun... what is there not...
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Yes this is where we shot Mrs Brown's Boys the movie although the series had all be shot in the studio in Glasgow; yes an Irish show, produced in London, shot in Glasgow... only the BBC could take diversity that far. It is definitely a favourite show to talk about on the ships and if Stuart St Paul avoids...
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Still referred to as the Thomson Majesty, the ship is 'sold' and ends service as 2017 ends. She is no longer on the TUI web site and technically she is not sold as just no longer wanted, as a leased ship she returns to her owners Louise Cruise. She will turn up somewhere and we will be watching. Originally...