Abu Dhabi (UAE) to Rome (Civitavecchia, Italy) on Seven-Seas-Voyager

16 April 2020
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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Thursday 16 April Abu Dhabi (Uae) 0800 1700
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.
2 - Friday 17 April Fujairah 1100 2000
3 - Saturday 18 April Muscat (Oman) 0800 1800
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.
4 - Sunday 19 April Cruising The Arabian Sea
5 - Monday 20 April Salalah (Oman) 0900 1800
Salalah has a temperate climate and lush vegetation and is well-known for its frankincense trees, which are used to extract rubber resign for incense products. There are the ruins of a palace in Salalah which is said to have belonged to the Queen of Sheba, and on the peak of Ittin are the remains of the tomb of the prophet Job.
6 - Tuesday 21 April Cruising The Arabian Sea
7 - Wednesday 22 April Cruising The Gulf Of Aden
8 - Thursday 23 April Cruising The Red Sea
9 - Friday 24 April Cruising The Red Sea
10 - Saturday 25 April Aqaba (Jordan) 0600 2100
Aqaba is Jordan's main port and the country's only town on the Red Sea, reached through the Gulf of Aqaba which is just 24km wide. Aqaba was conquered by Lawrence of Arabia in a dawn raid from across the Wadi Rum desert. Nowadays visitors come to Aqaba for its clear waters, amazing coral and countless exotic fish, and to visit the spectacular rocky city of Petra. Carved from solid rose-red stone, the ancient fortress city of Petra is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
11 - Sunday 26 April Luxor (Egypt) 0900
12 - Monday 27 April Luxor (Egypt) 2300
13 - Tuesday 28 April Suez Canal (Egypt)
Opened in 1869, the Suez Canal took 10 years to build, and after several extensions is now 120 miles long, running at sea level for its entire length with no locks. It runs between Port Said in the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Suez in the Red Sea, and allows shipping to avoid the long journey around Africa and the Cape, connecting Europe to the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
14 - Wednesday 29 April Suez Canal (Egypt)
15 - Thursday 30 April Haifa (Israel) 0600 2100
Haifa is one of Israel's prettiest cities, crowned by Mount Carmel. There are several interesting sights, including the lush gardens of the Carmel Nature Reserve, the cave of the Prophet Elijah and the former German Colony, established in 1868 as an agricultural community and now one of Haifa's most picturesque areas. Wadi Nisnas is a network of narrow alleys, restaurants, old stone houses and Turkish haanim which is occupied by Jews and Arabs.
16 - Friday 01 May Limassol (Cyprus) 0800 1600
The city of Limassol on the south coast of Cyprus is one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean and also the largest tourist resort on the island, with pleasant beaches, tavernas and cafes. Above Kourion Beach are the ruins of a Roman amphitheatre, and the Cyprus Medieval Museum is situated in the Castle of Limassol. Close to the town are the ruins of Amathus and the former headquarters of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem, Kolossi Castle.
17 - Saturday 02 May Rhodes (Greece) 1000 1900
Rhodes port in the ancient Mandraki harbour is next to the walled Old Town with shops, restaurants and chief sights all within walking distance. These include the Palace of the Grand Masters built by the Knights of St John, the Sulemain Mosque, Byzantine churches, Venetian mansions and old Crusader inns along the Street of the Knights. The famous Acropolis of Rhodes on a hillside beyond the city is not to be missed.
18 - Sunday 03 May Cruising The Mediterranean Sea
19 - Monday 04 May Taormina (Italy) 0800 1800
The port for Taormina is Giardini Naxos, whilst Taormina town sits high above the bay on the flanks of Monte Tauro and can be reached by taxi, shuttle bus or a cable car from Mazzaro Bay. The medieval town has elegant boutiques and restaurants along Corso Umberto, a 13th-century Duomo, Palazzo Corvaja and lush public gardens. The chief sight is the idyllically situated Greek amphitheatre with views of snow-capped Mount Etna.
20 - Tuesday 05 May Cruising The Strait Of Messina
21 - Wednesday 06 May Sorrento (Italy) 0800 1800
Sorrento lies on a peninsula on the south side of the Bay of Naples, and is the gateway to the picturesque Amalfi Coast, the islands of Ischia and Capri, and the ancient sites of Pompeii and Paestum. Sorrento itself has an unhurried charm, with cafes serving the local tipple, Limoncello in Piazza Tasso. Worth a visit are the Baroque Church del Carmine, the 18th-century villa, Palazzo Correa, and Museo Bottega, which has frescoed vaults and antiquities on display.
22 - Thursday 07 May Rome (Civitavecchia, Italy) 0800 1900
Civitavecchia is the port for Rome. There is an efficient direct rail link from the port to Rome which takes around 80 minutes. Once in the Italian capital, there is much to see and do; the chief sights are Vatican City, the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain, the Sistine Chapel and its magnificent ceiling, and the Spanish Steps. Designer shops can be found on the Via dei Condotti and Via del Corso, and there are good restaurants throughout the city.
Code Category Status Latest Price
H Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £6729pp
G Deluxe Veranda Suite WAIT LIST £7099pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £7469pp
E Concierge Suite AVAILABLE £7919pp
D Concierge Suite AVAILABLE £8369pp
C Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £9929pp
B Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £10299pp
A Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £10669pp
SS Seven Seas Suite AVAILABLE £13959pp
VS Voyager Suite AVAILABLE £16569pp
GS Grand Suite AVAILABLE £19549pp
MS Master Suite CLOSED £21789pp
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16 April 2020£6729pp