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Cruise International April/May 2018

Cruise International is the leading cruise magazine, dedicated to helping both the cruise holiday enthusiast and first-timers alike to enjoy the best that cruising has to offer. Every issue is packed with fascinating features and glorious photographs of exotic destinations, romantic ports and secret hideaways. It is also full of useful information about life on board, plus expert advice on which ship to choose and the best time to travel. Whether you’ve cruised before or are planning the holiday of a lifetime, Cruise International tells you all you need to know.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Chelsea Magazine
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

Luxury means different things to all of us. For me it’s breakfast on the balcony as the sun comes up, but you might be hankering after butler service, or a private island; on page 37 we reveal the top 20 luxury cruises for the year ahead, while on page 30, broadcasting legend Jennie Bond shares her experiences of cruising on Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth. Meanwhile, I sample the exquisite culinary offering on board Oceania’s Riviera (page 50). Honestly, it’s a wonder I’m not as big as a house. Cruising opens up the world in a way I never thought possible. This month, for example, I’m taking a cruise that calls at Angola, somewhere I think none of us would have contemplated visiting for pleasure even 10 years ago. On page…

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la digue, the seychelles

An alluring archipelago of 115 islands, located off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles were settled by France in the 18th century. La Digue is the fourth-largest island, known for its diverse flora and fauna and pristine white-sand beaches. A star attraction is Anse Source d’Argent, boasting incredible granite rock formations, powdery sand and jade-green waters. La Digue is home to the critically endangered bird the paradise flycatcher, as well as many other rare and endangered species including giant tortoises. >> Turn to page 30 to read a review of a luxury cruise from the Seychelles to Port Elizabeth ■…

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cruise news

STEEL CUTTING HELD FOR Spirit of Discovery A steel cutting ceremony has been held for Spirit of Discovery to mark the construction of Saga Cruises’ first boutique ship.Speaking at the event at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenberg, Germany, CEO of Saga Travel Robin Shaw said: “Today marks a special moment in Saga Cruises’ history – the first steel cutting of Spirit of Discovery, the only new small cruise ship being specifically built for the UK market.“We are charting a new course for Saga Cruises. After 20 years in the cruise market, Spirit of Discovery is set to deliver timeless, elegant and quality cruising that our past, present and future guests have told us is important to them.”The new ship will host 999 guests and 530 crew members. It…

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silver spirit is stretchel

With a shower of sparks and excited applause, Silversea’s luxury cruise ship Silver Spirit was dramatically cut in half.Just 24 hours later, a new 49-ft mid-ship section had been installed so work could start on a momentous upgrading for the 2009-built vessel.Filippo Oddo, Director of Palermo’s Fincantieri shipyard, declared: “Silver Spirit will leave this shipyard not only longer but more beautiful and more comfortable.” GRAND MAKEOVERThe ship will have 34 new suites and a greater choice of restaurants when it reemerges in May.Just half of the “north of $70 million” budget was spent on the extraordinary engineering feat of stretching Silver Spirit from 195.8m to 210.7m at the Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo, Sicily, on 10 March. The rest of the money is being spent on a total refit of…

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cruise style

TASSLES AND A SIMPLE PRINT MAKE THE LOTTIE BRUSHSTROKE MIDI DRESS IDEAL FOR YOUR CRUISE WARDROBE (£39, MONSOON.CO.UK). CHIC TOTE This weave beach bag is just made for bargain-hunting in port (£205, bimbaylola.com). NEW LEAF Add a splash of colour with the pretty Urban Garden patchwork scarf (£25, whitestuff.co.uk). MAKE A SPLASH The appliqué flower detailing on this flattering one-piece Porto swimsuit adds interest (£40, bouxavenue.com). SPRING GREENS These olive soft geometric Luria Wavy Disc earrings are perfect for day or night (£14, oliverbonas.com). CUTE FLATS Not only will these gorgeous pink woven ‘flatform’ sandals look great, they’re super comfy, too (£60, office.co.uk). SHADY LADY We love the glamour of these Aubrey sunglasses with their elegant tortoiseshell frame and pink-tinted lenses (£65, hobbs.com). ■…

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cruise beauty

MARINE DREAM With a stunning design by British illustrator Karen Mabon, all of the profits from the sale of the very special limited edition Pro-Collagen Marine Cream 100ml in aid of the charity Women for Women International will benefit marginalised women living in conflict areas (elemis.com). SKIN TREAT Estée Lauder’s new Perfectionist Pro Rapid Firm + Lift Treatment leaves skin feeling intensely hydrated and plumped, so it looks more cushioned, and it also contains a powerful smoothing formula to help re-texturise, firm and lift. Amazing (available from Estée Lauder Travel Retail counters worldwide). FLOWERPOWER With three new fragrances, including Plum Blossom (notes of yellow plum and white musk), Nashi Blossom (nashi fruit, pear and rose) and Sakura Cherry Blossom (cherry blossom and bergamot), Jo Malone’s trio…

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