CMV re­veals 2019/20 itin­er­ar­ies

Cruise Weekly - - News -

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.

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