Singapore to Dubai (UAE) on Seven-Seas-Navigator

20 March 2019
Fly Cruise for 20 nights

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Discover idyllic Phuket in Thailand and the cultural city of Yangon in Burma, before cruising to India on board Seven Seas Navigator!

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Wednesday 20 March Singapore 0700 1700
The large cruise and container port of Singapore is a fifteen-minute taxi drive away from the city centre. The old district of this ex-colonial city has a British flavour, as exemplified by the famous Raffles Hotel. There are plenty of other attractions, including the shopping district of Orchard Road, the ornate buildings of Chinatown, the Chinese garden and its pagodas, the richly-decorated Sri Mariamman temple and the Botanical Gardens.
2 - Thursday 21 March Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) 1000 2000
3 - Friday 22 March Penang (Malaysia) 0900 1800
Founded by the British in 1786, Penang was under British control until Malaysian independence in 1957. Its capital George Town (named after George III) is now a World Heritage Site, recognised for its unique architectural and cultural townscape. Rows of 100-year-old shophouses, colonial villas, and a banking and commercial heritage give George Town its distinctive atmosphere. Penang's long-standing Chinese population has also created a distinctive cuisine, elaborate nyonya kebaya costume and handicrafts.
4 - Saturday 23 March Phuket (Thailand) 0800 1800
Phuket is Thailand's largest island, connected to the mainland by a bridge. It's noted for its beaches, bars, restaurants, spas, exotic markets, boutiques and nightlife. The last remaining parcel of virgin rain forest in Thailand is in Khao Phra National Park. There are several Buddhist temples, including Chalong Wat and its Grand Pagoda and among the many lovely beaches is Phang-Nga Bay which is spectacularly dotted with limestone karsts.
5 - Sunday 24 March Cruising The Andaman Sea
6 - Monday 25 March Yangon (Burma) 1200
Yangon was founded in the 11th-century as a fishing village and transformed into a major hub during the colonial era. Today, it is the largest city in Myanmar and home to the famous Shwedagon Pagoda, a spectacular Buddhist temple and the most important religious site in the country.
7 - Tuesday 26 March Yangon (Burma)
8 - Wednesday 27 March Yangon (Burma) 1200
9 - Thursday 28 March Cruising The Bay Of Bengal
10 - Friday 29 March Cruising The Bay Of Bengal
11 - Saturday 30 March Cruising The Laccadive Sea
12 - Sunday 31 March Cochin (India) 0800 1800
The Keralan city of Cochin is well known for the 20-metre long Chinese fishing nets used at Fort Koch and for St Francis church which is the burial place of Vasco da Gama. Just outside Cochin and accessible by taxi or rickshaw is Mattancherry Palace, where the upper floor was once used for the coronation of Cochin's Rajas. The building's walls are decorated with murals illustrating scenes from Hindu mythology. Performances of the local Kathakali dance are regularly held in the town's cultural centre.
13 - Monday 01 April Mangalore 0800 1800
14 - Tuesday 02 April Goa (India) 0800 1700
Goa is India's best-known beach resort with 100km of scenic, palm-fringed coastline. Anjuna Beach in Panjim, the capital of Goa, was a hippy destination in the 1960s, and has elegant colonial buildings and mansions. Old Goa was a Portuguese colonial territory for five centuries, and there are many 16th-century churches and older Hindu temples in the region. South Goa has waterfalls, paddy fields and fruit plantations.
15 - Wednesday 03 April Mumbai 0900
This is the largest port in Western India, noted for its financial centre and Bollywood, the world's largest film production centre. Mumbai's most famous symbols are the Gateway to India, a grand arch, and the nearby Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. British influences can be seen in the stained glass and sculptures of Victoria Rail Terminus, a World Heritage Site. Mumbai is a pleasantly chaotic city packed full of bazaars, roadside stalls, traffic and some of India's best restaurants.
16 - Thursday 04 April Mumbai 1800
17 - Friday 05 April Cruising The Arabian Sea
18 - Saturday 06 April Cruising The Gulf Of Oman
19 - Sunday 07 April Muscat (Oman) 0700 1500
The old harbour of Muscat is flanked by the twin forts of Al-Jalali and Al-Mirani, and beside the port is the elaborate Al-Alam Palace and gardens, the home of Sultan Qaboos. Muscat's wealth was built on the trading of mother of pearl, frankincense and fish, which can all be bought in the city's souks. The main sight in Muscat is the magnificent Grand Mosque, completed in 2001. Its spacious interior is lined with marble and hung with crystal chandeliers. Tours by 4x4 into the desert wadis may be offered.
20 - Monday 08 April Abu Dhabi (Uae) 1400 2300
Cruises visiting the capital of the United Arab Emirates usually arrive at Mina Zayed Port, where there are buses to the city three miles away. The beach-side Corniche leads to a new Wakeboarding park offering free lessons and to Heritage Village, a glimpse of traditional life. In Al Bateen Shipyard, visitors can learn the techniques of dhow building. The chief sight in Abu Dhabi is Sheikh Zayed Mosque, a huge white building with 80 domes which accommodates 40,000 people. Trips may be offered to the oasis city of Al Ain, its fort and camel market.
21 - Tuesday 09 April Dubai (Uae) 0700 1700
Cruise ships arrive in Dubai's well-designed and equipped cruise terminal, which has a Business Centre providing free internet access, and a taxi rank. Dubai's dramatic skyline now includes the world's highest skyscraper, the 2717-foot Burj Khalifa. Popular visits in Dubai are its numerous shopping malls, gold and spice souks, the narrow streets of Al-Bastakia and the Creek's cargo-laden dhows, Jumeirah Mosque and 4 x 4 safaris in the desert dunes.
Code Category Status Latest Price
H Window Suite WAIT LIST £9199pp
G Window Suite WAIT LIST £9579pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £10919pp
E Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £11139pp
D Concierge Suite WAIT LIST £11439pp
C Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £11669pp
B Penthouse Suite WAIT LIST £11959pp
A Penthouse Suite CLOSED £12259pp
NS Navigator Suite WAIT LIST £15549pp
GS Grand Suite CLOSED £17789pp
MS Master Suite CLOSED £20019pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: Included; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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