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World Cruises Set to Sail from Southampton in 2020/21

As 2019 comes to a close, you may be wondering what's on offer for 2020/21? Yes, there will be new ships, and yes, they will have new features, but have you ever considered taking an opportunity to sail the world on a luxury vessel?

With each cruise line hosting several world voyages every year, each visiting more than three continents, there are endless chances to find your dream cruise. So whether you need some more reasons to pick a world cruise or want to know about the sailings that are on offer, here are some of the best cruises that are going around the world in 2020/21.

P&O Cruises - 99-nights aboard Arcadia

Sailing from Southampton on the 3rd January 2019 for 99-nights, Arcadia will be taking guests on a voyage to four different continents and spectacular ports of call. She will sail through the Caribbean, stopping at Bridgetown and Curacao before moving onto Central and North America, visiting Panama, San Francisco and Honolulu.

Next, Arcadia's crosses the South Pacific, visiting the small island of Tonga and Samoa, before arriving at New Zealand for the capital Auckland and a short journey to Sydney, Australia. Moving onto Asia, she will adventure through the Philippines onto Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore. The rest of the journey takes place in The UAE and Northern Africa before heading through the Suez Canal and back to Southampton.

Cunard - 108 nights aboard Queen Victoria

Cunard is known for their grand voyages, iconic gala evenings and attention to finer details, but during the early months of 2021, cruisers will get the chance to experience what Cunard is all about. Starting in Southampton, this round-trip visits the Caribbean with notable stops in Bermuda, Florida, Jamaica, Costa Rica and a memorable transit through the extensive Panama Canal.

The journey then continues up the west coast of Central and North America with stops in Guatemala, Cabo San Lucas, San Francisco and an overnight stay in Honolulu, before reaching the small islands of the South Pacific. Finally, Queen Victoria completes her journey back to Southampton calling at Auckland, Sydney, Bali, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town and many other jaw-dropping destinations.

There are several benefits to world cruising, the most obvious being that you get to adventure to so many extraordinary destinations in just one sailing. Whether you are looking for that unmissable adventure of a lifetime or want to sail with your favourite cruise line, there are a variety of spectacular voyages that take place every year from the UK.

So, if you would like to find out more about the amazing selection of available sailings, call us today on 0808 163 7523 or contact us through our website.