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No-Fly Cruising From Cruise And Maritime Voyages in 2020/21

Cruise and Maritime Voyages is one of the leading cruise companies to sail out of the UK and, with six vessels covering 12 different UK ports, there are plenty of options when it comes to sailing from British shores. Whether you want to sail around the UK or adventure further afield, Cruise and Maritime's signature vessels are perfect for seeing the world at a relaxed pace.

Here are some of the iconic ports you can sail to with Cruise and Maritime Voyages and what their vessels have to offer.

UK Ports

As mentioned before, Cruise and Maritime Voyages sails from 12 UK ports with dedicated vessels for each destination. These are Belfast (Magellan), Liverpool (Magellan), Glasgow Greenock (Magellan), Aberdeen (Marco Polo), Dundee (Magellan), Newcastle Tyne (Magellan & Marco Polo), Hull (Marco Polo & Astoria), London Tilbury (Columbus, Magellan & Marco Polo), Portsmouth (Marco Polo), Poole (Astoria), Bristol Port (Magellan) and Bristol Avonmouth (Marco Polo). You can also choose to sail to a number of UK destinations too, with trips up to the Scottish Isles and the Faroes offering beautiful landscapes.


Just because you choose to sail from the UK, it doesn't mean you have to compromise on your destination. Whether you want to visit the stunning beaches in the Caribbean, see awe-inspiring peaks in the Norwegian Fjords, getaway to the Canary Islands, experience long-haul sailings to Australia and or take an amazing world cruise to see all of these destinations and more, there are plenty of great options.

There are even mini-cruises and weekend breaks heading out of the UK, offering overnight stays in cities like Amsterdam. With more destinations available than ever before, cruisers can visit almost any destination, from large cities like Rome and New York to smaller Greek or Caribbean islands on a seven-night cruise.


Boasting a smaller capacity than your average cruise vessel, Cruise and Maritime's fleet prides itself on its size and ability to reach the lesser-known ports. With most of the ships holding just over 1,200 passengers, you won't have to worry about overcrowded public spaces or waiting in long queues for dining venues.

Large opulent theatres light up the evening sky, as bars and restaurants open their doors for conversation, delicious delicacies and alcoholic beverages. During sea days, guests can explore the ship as they like, relax on the top deck or experience the amazing variety of onboard activities.

New Additions

Next year will also bring some new additions to the Cruise and Maritime Voyages fleet, with two vessels coming across from P&O Australia, bolstering their fleet to an impressive eight ships. Even though their itineraries haven't been released, you can be sure there will be more sailings from the UK.

With the bigger of the two having a capacity of nearly 2,000, she will be the largest ship in the Cruise and Maritime fleet, but she can still offer the same small-ship cruising experience.

If you would like to sail with CMV in 2020 from the UK, then call us today on 0808 163 7523 or contact us through our website to start booking your dream cruise.