British Cruises 20172017 British Cruises
The British cruiser is more adventure-seeking.
There are five most visited areas, the Canaries. The appetite for cruises to Alaska also increased, with 22,000 travellers travelling to the state last year (just over 13 percent more than in 2016), while British travellers to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific stayed at 22,000.
However, most travellers spend a whole fortnight ('668,000) or between eight and 13 nights ('434,000) at sea per trip. Since about 2013, the British passenger rate has fallen slightly (57 at the time), but has fluctuated between 53 and 58 years between 2005 and 2017.
Last year, the vast majority of the 60-69 year old cruise ships carried 384,000 people, while the over 70-year old was the only group to report an almost four percent growth in the number of cruise ships since 2016. 8% more people.
Mystery of Burma & the Malay Peninsula
With a program of longer cruises that promises old marvels, pulsating towns, intriguing tropic isles, intriguing culture and unforgettable animal life, it is a welcome way back to South Africa, India and Southeast Asia this year. Catch a breathtaking trip to the breathtaking isles of Thailand, historical Malaysia and Sri Lanka, with two overnight stays in the centre of Rangoon, a place Rudyard Kipling calls "very different from any country you know of", an experience that still holds well.
Jungled scenery and buddhistic sanctuaries give way to tropic isles and large wildernesses on this 33-day trip from Asia to South Africa, which takes you to Sri Lanka, the Maldives, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion Island before including safari and three overnight stays in Cape Town. It is the perfect season to travel from the classic Greek continental legends through the historic Suez Canal to Egypt, Jordan, Oman and India.
An amazing trip from the South African sun in spring to the rugged Namibian coastline, the hot Atlantic bomb island, Praia on the Cape Verde Islands and Las Palmas on the Canary Islands, followed by the unbelievable monuments, sound and ambience of Morocco. Enjoy an unbelievable two nights in the vast, captivating city of Delhi.
Cruise to Sri Lanka, the Maldives and the Andaman Islands, Thailand and Kuala Lumpur before staying two overnight in Singapore. It is a special treat that comes with crossing aboard a smaller vessel. It is small enough to navigate waterways and enter the more characteristic harbours that are not accessible to the'mega ships', the services are more intimate and you have a lot of interaction with the professionals on board.