I scrawled through the entire brochure to bring you my top 3 Marella Cruises for 2020. They’re itineraries that I’ve done myself and are definitely worth thinking about if you’re looking to cruise next year. The TUI cruise line offers a home-from-home feel to over 200 destinations and so much is included in the price of the cruise. Forget about the bar bill, each cruise is on an all inclusive basis with a vast drinks menu and that’s not all. Tips, flights, luggage and transfers are all included within the price too, so, if you’re looking for a great value cruise onboard friendly ships, check out these cherry-picked trio of cruise treats:-
Adriatic Explorer 05 June 7 nights fly cruise
It’s not often you hit the itinerary jackpot but this one is an absolute winner. Each and every port of call on this Adriatic cruise is a delight and well worth a return for at least a week’s holiday. The adventure not only includes gems like Venice, Dubrovnik and Kotor but also offers some of the most beautiful coastal cruising in the world. Tip – Definitely worth booking a balcony for this one. You’re not going to want to miss these views!
Seeking the Northern Lights 30 Sep 14 nights from Southampton – Adults only
Searching for those elusive Northern Lights is all the more exciting when you fit an amazing 9 ports of call into a 14 night itinerary. Tick crossing the Arctic Circle off your list as you head to the Land of the Midnight Sun. Highlights include a stroll through Stavanger’s higgledy piggledy old quarters with its olde worlde wooden houses and a trip up to Honningsvag’s North Cape 1000ft above sea level. With breathtaking fjord scenery along the way, what’s not to love about this cruise?
Tip – make sure you have a decent camera or a phone camera attachment kit. These also make a great gift, are easy to pack and work brilliantly to capture the amazing aurora borealis.
Flavours of the Caribbean Followed by Panama Canal Experience 7 Jan 14 nights fly cruise
The timing of this cruise could not be better. Who doesn’t love a bit of paradise to break up the winter after the festive period? Turn off your heating, pack your sun hats and jet off to Jamaica to start this Caribbean dream of a cruise.
What’s more, you’ll enjoy the Panama Canal experience before heading back home. Tip – you’ll only be able to get off at Gatun Lake, the Panama Canal’s holding area if you’re booked on an excursion so make sure you book.
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If river cruising is more your thing, TUI are offering £200 off per person on selected TUI Isla and TUI Maya cruises. T&CS apply.
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