CMV reveals 2019/20 itineraries
CRUISE & Maritime Voyages has revealed its 2019/20 range of journeys, with the spotlight firmly set on South Australia as it becomes the first cruise line in the world to call in at the port of Wallaroo.
Guests travelling on board the brand’s newest ship, Vasco da Gama ( pictured), will have the chance to explore a range of new ports, including Kuri Bay in Western Australia, Portland and Philip Island in Victoria, and Sandakan in Borneo, with the new itineraries expected to carry an additional 5,900 guests compared with the company’s previous Australasian seasons.
Vasco da Gama will homeport out of Adelaide and Fremantle for the season, with itinerary highlights including three visits to Wallaroo, the gateway to the Yorke Peninsula; a Broome and Treasures 10-night cruise to Kuri Bay and its surrounds; a round-trip cruise from Indonesia to Fremantle, plus a range of cruises around the Coral Coast.
“As the global cruise industry continues to grow, we are excited to see cruise lines such as CMV expand into new destinations and extend their itineraries,” said Jill Abel, CEO of the Australian Cruise Association.
“This benefits passengers who get to enjoy a range of inspiring on-shore experiences throughout Australia,” she said.
Bookings open tomorrow for next year’s down under cruises departing from 01 Dec 2019.