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Cruise & Maritime Voyages Cruises

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About Cruise & Maritime Voyages Cruises

Cruise & Maritime Voyages ceased trading on July 20, 2020.

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  • Do I have to dress up on a Cruise & Maritime Voyages cruise?

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Who goes on Cruise & Maritime Voyages cruise ships?

CMV attracts a mixture of people. The low-priced mini-breaks from U.K. ports attract a mixed age group, mainly of people curious to try cruising with little financial risk. Longer cruises by nature appeal to an older crowd. Some ships are only sold to the German or Australian markets and so are different. The ships are not particularly family-friendly, but multigenerational groups are encouraged during school holidays.

Do I have to dress up on a Cruise & Maritime Voyages cruise?

To an extent. There are "formal" nights, but these are interpreted in varying ways. Many people on CMV are first-time cruisers and have no interest in black tie but will make an effort in the evenings. Others are experienced cruisers and still enjoy dressing up. The rules are not strictly enforced, although turning up at dinner in shorts or a track suit is frowned upon.

Is everything free on Cruise & Maritime Voyages cruises?

No. You will pay extra for drinks, specialty dining, tips, spa treatments, shore excursions and laundry.

What are Cruise & Maritime Voyages’s most popular activities?

The most popular activities are all fairly familiar cruise staples, from sunbathing and drinking at the bar to gym classes, spa treatments, table tennis, card games and occasional craft classes. Most people are onboard to have a good time, rather than focus on cultural enrichment.

Why go with Cruise & Maritime Voyages?

  • British line provides a traditional cruise experience
  • Affordable cruising with some impressive two-for-one deals
  • Wide range of U.K. departure ports

Best for: New cruisers wanting to test the water, the time-starved and bargain hunters

Not for: Luxury cruisers, or anyone who wants a balcony cabin

Cruise & Maritime Voyages Cruises Cruiser Reviews

Disaster after Disaster

We boarded and informed the ship had only one engine. This was replaced 12 days into our cruise. This meant we were unloaded and loaded at small jetties spent hours on coaches and less time at our destinations. A... Read More
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B A traveller

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

RHINE AND MOSEL RIVERS CRUISE

We took Cruce Mundo cruise from our travel agent. We returned on August 4th,2018. The ship MS Bellejour gave us a lot of problems. At the first day of the trip air conditioner didn't work with 95F (35C). Next day... Read More
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c032368c

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

Rhine River cruise

My first River cruise. Traveled with a group of 44 people. Ship (Bellejour/Cruce Mundo) was adequate, most of the crew was very friendly and helpful, food was okay, beverage package did not include a large selection... Read More
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Dixcruiser

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

Top notch ship and crew

although it primarily seems to handle group tours, it was one of our best cruises we have been on. We were the only English only speaking couple on board, but all crew were multilingual, one of the best we have... Read More
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floggingswillcontinue

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

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