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Canary Islands Cruises

Cruises to Canary Islands

A Spanish archipelago with a flavor all their own, the Canary Islands are closer to Africa than Europe. Yet with status as a major destination for British travelers, the Canary Islands provide enough fun-in-the-sun activities, as well as stunning mountains and deserts, to make this a popular stop for Transatlantic and Western Europe cruises.
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La Palma
If your idea of a perfect day in port includes ambling along winding ...
Lanzarote is the northernmost of the Canary Islands, situated just 70 ...
Las Palmas
Gran Canaria is a prime choice for the sun worshippers and water ...
Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, is also one of the most ...
Having cruised before with RCI I was so looking forward to this cruise as it was only a short flight to Southhampton and the short journey to port. I was looking forward to the good service I received before. Not going into everything as I am ... Read more
This was our ninth cruise but our first cruise with Royal Carribbean and it was certainly not "cheap". Although we bought an All inclusive cruise it certainly was not as we found out it was for only house wine and beer. Also we understood ... Read more
The Ship: The major problem was that there were far too many passengers for some of the facilities on board. Getting a sunbed anywhere was sometimes impossible (and always if the sun was out!). There are the usual signs about not reserving sunbeds ... Read more
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This was our 18th cruise but first with P and O. We travelled as a group of 3 sharing a cabin. Embarkation was well organised and a breeze. We had a 1pm slot and were quickly on board. The cabin was immediately available and we were soon in the ... Read more
First the good: Dinner in the evening was always excellent, never had a bad meal. The buffet restaurant always had seating where on other cruises we have struggled to get a seat at breakfast and lunch. The Steward for our cabin (D728) Savio ... Read more

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First time cruisers and it won't be the last. From the moment we stepped on the ship we were not disappointed. The staff were exceptional. They couldn't do enough for us. Cabin stewardess was great. Food was out of this world. Didn't do the buffet ... Read more
We booked this cruise over a year ago and after reading reviews was on the verge of changing to another ship - I am glad we didn't. Britainna is a magnificent ship, the bars and lounges are elegant and we think they are of the same standard as ... Read more
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