Top cruise deals of the week

//Top cruise deals of the week

Take a 14-night cruise to the Mediterranean on board P&O’s Ventura – and as an added bonus, you’ll get a glimpse of sister ship Azura in port at Southampton for her naming ceremony. Ventura’s cruise leaves the port on April 10 and sails to Lisbon, Palma, Barcelona, Cannes, Livorno, Rome and Gibraltar. Fares, which start at £1,025 per person based on two sharing a balcony stateroom, include £100 per adult on-board credit.
Prefer to sail on the fleet’s newest ship? Then cruise on Azura from Southampton to Malaga, Katakolon, Corfu, Dubrovnik, Venice, Korcula and Gibraltar. The 16-night voyage departs on May 10 and fares start at £1,294 per person, sharing a balcony cabin, with £100 on-board credit.
Go to or call 0845 3 555 333.
A seven-night Western Europe cruise on board the Island Escape is available from from just £519. Departing from Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands) on March 26, the ship calls at Santa Cruz de Palma (Canary Islands), Funchal (Madeira), Arrecife (Lanzarote) and Las Palmas (Gran Canaria) before returning to Santa Cruz de Tenerife. For more information visit or call 0800 280 2614.
Fancy something further afield? Then cruise the Far East on Costa Classica. Departing from Shanghai on April 10, the voyage visits the Japanese port of Naha and Keelung in Taiwan before arriving at Yokohama for a three-day stay, giving opportunities for excursions to Kobe and Nagasaki. It then continues to Cheju in South Korea and returns to Shanghai. Fares start at £819 per person (flights extra) for two sharing an inside cabin. Go to or call 0845 351 0552.
Closer to home again, fly to Amsterdam on July 11 to board Oceania’s Insignia for a 12-night cruise to Rotterdam and through the Kiel Canal to Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Oslo, Zeebrugge, Antwerp, Le Havre, and St Malo before arriving at Portland in Dorset and finally docking in Dover. Fares start at $2,369 (about £1,600). Go to or call 0845 505 1920.

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