AMBASSADOR Cruise Line has launched its first ever cruises for 2022 and 2023 – perfect for Brits wanting a holiday to look forward to.
Early birds who want to book up a cruise can make big savings on cruises to the Canary Islands, Iceland, the Caribbean and more.
Ambassador has launched their first trips for 2022-2023[/caption]
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Ambassador is Britain’s first new cruise line since 2010 and is described as a “premium-value cruising experience with a few sustainable and inspiring twists.”
To celebrate the launch, the company is offering cruise goers up to 20 per cent off sailings if they book a trip by July 30, with holidays starting from £369.
Destinations include the British Isles, the Norwegian Fjords, the Baltics, St Petersburg, Greenland, the Arctic, Iceland, the Canary Islands, Cuba, the Caribbean and Scandinavia.
Some of the best trips can be found below:
- Cuba and best of the Caribbean from Tilbury – 43 days from £2,819pp
- Round Britain and Queen’s Platinum Jubilee cruise from Tilbury – 13 days from £1,079pp
- Christmas and New Year Canary Islands from Tilbury – 16 days from £979pp
- German Christmas Markets cruise from Tilbury – 6 days from £339pp
- Iceland’s Land of Ice and Fire and the Faroes fromTilbury – 15 days from £1,149pp
- Hidden Baltic treasures and St Petersburg cruise from Tilbury – 17 days from £1,259pp
The ship has room for 1,400 guests[/caption]
There are five restaurants, two cafes, nine lounges, a swimming pool and a spa[/caption]
Cruises are on a full-board basis and include accommodation as well as entertainment on board[/caption]
Guests will be sailing on the Magnificent Ambience ship, which leaves from London Tilbury on a range of no-fly itineraries.
The ship has room for 1,400 guests and is packed with facilities, including five restaurants, two cafes, nine lounges, a swimming pool and a spa. There’s also day and evening entertainment on board.
Cruises are on a full-board basis and include accommodation as well as entertainment on board, port charges and taxes.
The trips also come with onboard credit of up to £630 per person if you book specific cabin grades.
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