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Silversea Cruises launches Ten Day Cruises from London

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Tuesday, 30 October 2007

Silversea Cruises is extending its Northern European and Baltic collection with a ten day voyage departing from the heart of London and exploring the beautiful coastlines of Scotland, Ireland and the English Channel, including a stopover in Brittany in France.

Departing 22 May 2008, the ten day cruise will offer a taste of the varied and unspoiled shores of this region, departing from Londonís Tower Bridge via Leith, the port of Edinburgh; Invergordon in the Scottish Highlands, and Oban on the West coast of Scotland.

The cruise will take in the vibrant Irish capital of Dublin, followed by the major seaport of Cork, the worldís second largest natural harbour after Sydney. Guests will then sail to Portsmouth on Englandís south coast and St Malo, the walled port city in Brittany, northwestern France, before returning to Londonís Tower Bridge.

Cruise only fares start from US$5,994 per person, double occupancy, when fully paid six months prior to departure, a saving of up to 35% off the standard fare of US$9,221.

Guests can extend their holiday with a range of optional pre and post-cruise Land Programmes to further explore the region, or an optional Silver Sights three-night hotel programme.

Fares are all inclusive with complimentary wines, champagnes and spirits, and guests can dine at their leisure in a choice of four gourmet restaurants. The friendly Silversea service is renowned and all gratuities are included. Port charges, government fees and taxes are additional.

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