Cruise Showcase, Oxford

Thank you to those who joined the Travel Bulletin team for our Cruise Showcase in Oxford on Wednesday 15th September. We hope you learnt lots a of new information about our wonderful exhibitors and enjoyed catching up with colleagues.

We would like to say a special thank you to our headline sponsor Virgin Voyages and our exhibitors for supporting us Ambassador Cruise Line, CroisiEurope, Riviera Travel and Scenic Tours.

Exhibitors

Sailors will enjoy the glamour of a boutique hotel on the ocean blended with unmistakable Virgin style and service. A sophisticated yet relaxed Adults Only experience free of formality - where the ordinary turns into extraordinary….because at Virgin everyone deserves to feel like a RockStar.

Ambassador Cruise Line is a brand-new British cruise line, that will sail from London Tilbury in Spring 2022. They have a focus on premium-value, primarily aimed at the 50 plus market. Ambassador's purpose is to inspire and delight every guest to enjoy an authentic cruise experience effortlessly, and sustainably.

CroisiEurope is Europe's largest river cruise operator with 55 ships and over 1600 staff. They offer cruises on 20 rivers worldwide including a deluxe 16 berth ship on Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. They also have a coastal cruise ship and six canal hotel barges.

Riviera Travel's award-winning Five Star river cruises offer incredible value and include everything you need for an unforgettable journey. With 37 years' experience, our commitment to outstanding quality and impeccable service have made us the UK's leader in river cruising and giving our customers exceptional experiences, with no compromise.

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours has grown over its 35-year plus history to include award-winning river and ocean cruises and handcrafted land journeys that take guests to many of the world's most fascinating destinations. Emerald Cruises, the small ship experts, offers a diverse line-up of river and yacht cruises on three continents.

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