CMV Marco Polo

CMV’s Marco Polo adds new itineraries for 2021

Cruise and Maritime Voyages is introducing a number of revised itineraries in 2021 for Marco Polo following passenger concerns over visiting Hong Kong.

Lisa Jacobs, sales director, said: “The current situation in Hong Kong has adversely affected sales of the 110 night Oriental Odyssey Cruise and two shorter Hong Kong fly cruise sectors where we had planned to fill half of the ship’s capacity. We do not know what the situation will be in Hong Kong next year so we have decided to amend the programme of this much loved ship now. Passengers will be delighted to see among the new itineraries an Amazon cruise. A popular itinerary with our regular cruisers.”

Marco Polo will now sail on a 42-night cruise to the Amazon departing from Bristol Avonmouth on January 5, 2021 or passengers can stay on board for an extra two nights and disembark at London Tilbury. Guests will have the opportunity to experience the wildlife and vegetation of the Amazon jungle. This itinerary also visits Cape Verde and the Azores plus sun-splashed islands in the West Indies. Fares are available from £2999 per person.

New cruise offers are now available to search for the Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis in February and March 2021. Cruising from London Tilbury either on February 18 or March 5 aboard Marco Polo is 15 nights along Norway’s remarkable coastline. These similar itineraries include visits to Tromsø and Alta, two ports with the highest records of sightings of the Northern Lights. Fares start from £999 per person.

Another alternative to search for the Northern Lights is on March 20 sailing from London Tilbury for 12 nights to Iceland staying onboard overnight in Reykjavik while also visiting the Faroes, Orkneys and Shetland Islands. The itinerary starts from £849 per person.


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