AMBASSADOR Cruise Line has launched a holiday sale for trips in 2022 and 2023 – with savings of up to 34 per cent available.
Early birds who want to bag a holiday to look forward to can make big savings on cruises in Europe and north Africa.
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Popular destinations include Cape Verde, Morocco, the Canary Islands, Germany and Norway.
Setting off from London, you can enjoy a seven-night trip around Norway’s Fjordland in August 2022 for £559pp, down from £809.
Begin planning for Christmas 2022 with a 15-night trip to the Canary Islands setting off on December 21 for £1,259pp, down from £1,389.
Or if you’re in the mood for a longer getaway and can fork out an extra £100, you can spend 21-nights setting sail around Cape Verde, the Canary Islands and Morocco.
The trip leaves in February 2023 and costs £1,329pp, down from £1,559.
Guests will be welcomed onboard the Magnificent Ambience ship, which will set sail on its maiden voyage from London Tilbury in 2022.
The ship has room for 1,400 guests in 798 cabins and is bursting with activities, including five restaurants, two cafes, nine lounges, a swimming pool and a spa.
The cruise line, which is the first new British cruise line since 2010, is eco-conscious and there will be no single-use plastics onboard.
The offer expires on December 26, 2021, so you’ll need to hurry if you want to bag a bargain.
If you’re looking for more cruise inspiration, Princess Cruises is offering to cover your flights when you next book a cruise with them – saving £700 per holiday.
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