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54 Night Australia & New Zealand Cruise from London

54 Night Australia & New Zealand Cruise from London (Greenwich, Tower Bridge, Tilbury)

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  • Day 1
    London (Greenwich, Tower Bridge, Tilbury)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
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  • Day 4
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    Lisbon
  • Day 6
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    Casablanca
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    Mindelo (Sao Vicente)
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  • Day 15
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    Barbados
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    Barbados
  • Day 18
    St. George's
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    Cartagena (Colombia)
  • Day 22
    Colon (Cristobal)
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    Panama Canal (Cruising)
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  • Day 34
    Nuku Hiva
  • Day 35
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    Tahiti (Papeete)
  • Day 37
    Tahiti (Papeete)
  • Day 38
    Huahine
  • Day 39
    Bora Bora
  • Day 40
    Cruising
  • Day 41
    Rarotonga
  • Day 42
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    Tauranga
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    Auckland
  • Day 50
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    Sydney (Australia)
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  • Day 55
    Melbourne

Vasco da Gama (Cruise & Maritime Voyages)

Vasco da Gama (Cruise & Maritime Voyages) - Cruise & Maritime Voyages

Pros

** Compact ship with convivial, relaxing onboard atmosphere

Cons

** Some features may not meet expectations of modern cruisers

Bottom Line

** A classic cruise experience that remains relevant despite the ship's age


Cruise Reviews

CMV offers short cruises in Australian waters at a good price. Embarkation was well organised, simple & quick Food & service were generally good with a buffet and 3 regular restaurant options with a 3 course menu. Our ... Read More
CMV offers short cruises in Australian waters at a good price. Embarkation was well organised, simple & quick Food & service were generally good with a buffet and 3 regular restaurant options with a 3 course menu. Our balcony cabin on deck 9 was very quiet, clean & comfortable. Shore leave to Esperance & Busselton were by tender over long distances and it took a couple of hours to get off for some not on arranged shore excursions, which the passengers should have been pre-warned about. However it didn't bother us as the towns are easily walked around in an hour or two. The entertainment ensemble in the main theatre included singers, dancers and a small band. They put on a different show each night over 7nights which was very professionally done. Savannah, a soprano, had a beautiful voice. The shows reflected the music of the mean age of the passengers ie. 70ish. Other singers & musicians performed in various bars throughout the day and were of a high standard. The enrichment lectures were interesting but poorly presented. There were lots of quizzes and games to play throught the day. The ship was kept scrupulously clean at all times. Disembarkation was as efficient as embarkation. As always there were whingers on board who complained about the food & service (well, everything really. Someone told me the cauliflower wasn't crispy enough !) but CMV are not a luxury cruise line and we believe they offer excellent value for money Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
Had an Awesome experience on the ship. Very friendly service, Good food, loved the restaurants. quiet lounges everywhere - Port stops were great, loved Wallaroo the best! The beds were so comfortable and if it got rough at the front or ... Read More
Had an Awesome experience on the ship. Very friendly service, Good food, loved the restaurants. quiet lounges everywhere - Port stops were great, loved Wallaroo the best! The beds were so comfortable and if it got rough at the front or back of the ship, going to the middle of the ship you hardly felt a thing. Variety of entertainment on board - we were a group of 9 girls on a reunion and we were accommodated everywhere we went. The small casino area was fun. We could not go onshore at Kangaroo Island because of the fires so the staff jumped in and put on extra entertainment to fill the void. The ship stood on standby to take on people who may have required evacuation (which did not happen) and they also raised over $10,000 for the Kangaroo Island fire. Getting on and off the ship was a dream. Only whinge was the windows were dirty - I think for a cruise on the ocean it would have been nice to have a view of it lolol. I think some of the other comments on this site were too harsh - we read them before we left and were worried about our trip - no need to worry as I think some of the reviews were not warranted - everything was working, clean and very pleasant. Enjoy yourselves and understand they are servicing 1200 people at a time. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
We selected this cruise for a reunion with long time friends. What a great way to spend quality time with friends while seeing places we haven’t been to for years. Both embarkation and disembarkation were organised, professional and ... Read More
We selected this cruise for a reunion with long time friends. What a great way to spend quality time with friends while seeing places we haven’t been to for years. Both embarkation and disembarkation were organised, professional and friendly. Our cabin was very clean and everything was in very good condition. The beds were extremely comfortable and there was plenty of space in the inside twin cabin. We requested a midship cabin in-case of rough seas. So glad we did, as centre of the ship, whether for our cabin or sitting in a lounge, was the place to be when entering some waters. The ship offered everything I would look for in a cruise ship. A good choice of areas for fine dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as the bistro choice. Plenty of food to select from and clear notices about gluten, vegan, vegetarian etc. Even the pizza, hot dogs and hamburgers as an additional snack were fantastic. The sauna, relaxation spaces and heated mosaic beds with sea views were an unexpected bonus. Fantastic lounge areas to sit and enjoy different genres of music and we had a great time dancing a couple of nights after the nightly show. We missed out on our planned day in KI due to the devastating fires on KI but we made the most of the ship’s facilities and enjoyed music, games, quizzes, the excellent gym, walking track and reading in one of the lounges looking out to sea. It was good to know that the cruise company had offered their services as an evacuation vessel for people on KI and actively raised money for Australian communities affected by the fires. Wallaroo and Port Lincoln communities can be very proud of their commitment to catering for tourists visiting their towns from cruise ships. The local people we talked to and the people who were helping with directions and organising free shuttle buses were all very helpful, friendly and organised. We were welcomed with local produce, music, art, an air show, shops open beyond usual operating hours and very regular shuttle buses. I would definitely recommend this cruise. Very easy leaving on a cruise from the city I live in. I will be looking into booking a cruise from Adelaide again, especially with Cruise and Maritime Voyages. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
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