CRUISE LINER MARCO POLO TO SAIL FROM CARDIFF IN 2017

Spotted from Penarth heading down channel past Steepholm is the cruise liner Marco Polo destination the Canary Islands and Madeira . She sails regularly from Bristol.

Spotted from Penarth heading down channel past Steepholm is the cruise liner Marco Polo destination the Canary Islands and Madeira . Next year she’ll be sailing from Cardiff .

The cruise liner Marco Polo will be setting sail from Cardiff, and passing Penarth, in May next year on cruises to Spain, France and Belgium.

The Marco Polo –  operated by  Cruise and Maritime Voyages – will be embarking passengers at Cardiff for two cruises

The first will be a 10-night voyage to Spain, Portugal and France calling at  Bilbao and La Coruna in Spain, Lisbon and Gibraltar.

The ship will also be sailing on a separate 6 night cruise to  St Mary’s on the Isles of Scilly, Rouen in France , Antwerp in Belgium and Hull.

Meanwhile the cruise ship Magellan will be sailing from Newport to Dublin and Liverpool and also on an 11-night cruise from Newport to  Dublin, Eidfjord, Flam and Bergen in Norway, Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands, Scotland and Liverpool.

 

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