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Most cruises aboard Saga Ruby and Saga Pearl II depart and return to the UK and our hassle-free included UK mainland travel service means that your holiday really does begin the moment you leave home. Choose from our included private car service to the port (if you live within 75 miles), shared car service between 76-250 miles, UK domestic flights, coach travel, standard class rail travel, or free car parking if you would prefer to drive to the port yourself.

Best Affordable Cruise Line Cruise International Awards 2012

Cruise Awards: Best Affordable Line

Cruise International Awards judge and Cruise Today presenter, Jonathan Beaumont, talks to us about who he thinks should win in the Best Affordable Line category Vote now in the Cruise International Awards 2012 and you...
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Quest for Adventure sets sail for far flung ports


Saga Cruises’ Quest For Adventure will be visiting some of the world’s wildest and most remote spot as part of its inaugural itineraries. The far flung destinations include Central America, the Arctic Circle, Canada’s Maritime...

Your Guide to Saga Cruises: FREE DIGITAL MAGAZINE

Most cruise lines will say they offer great service, fine food, stylish ships and exciting itineraries, but it means little without passenger endorsement. Which is why you know you can believe Saga when they say they offer all...
Best Themed Cruises

Themed Cruises Guide

Cook with Marco Pierre White and P&O, learn to lindy hop with Saga or trace your family history with Voyages of Discovery; the new range of themed cruises means you’ll never get bored on board! Musical Sailings Elvis...
Top 10 Cruise Ports

Expert Advice: Top 10 Ports in the Caribbean and Central America

Here's our pick of 10 top Caribbean and Central American ports. All you need to do is decide where to go first! Nassau, Bahamas Nassau is a favourite port of call for cruise ships offering mini-breaks from...
River Cruise Guide

The Ultimate River Cruise Guide

  River cruising is going through an unprecedented boom with luxurious new ships and exciting new destinations planned for 2012. With the likes of Viking and their groundbreaking long-ships, never before has there been so much choice, such...
River Cruising

How to get to Europe

Europe is comprehensively covered by all the big river cruise lines and many small ones. Whether you’re looking for a bargain break, a barge, a family adventure, the last word in luxury or an epic journey right across the continent...

Saga Pearl II Baltic Cruise Review

From colourful cafes and quiet canals to the opulent splendour of Russian palaces, the Baltic offers a treasure trove of cities for you to explore. Words Deborah Stone. At first glance, the concrete-built museum didn’t look promising....

Saga Sapphire revealed as customers’ name of choice

Saga cruises has just revealed the name of the newest ship in their fleet: Saga Sapphire. The name was chosen by members of Saga’s loyalty club, Brittania, and will replace the ship’s previous title of...
Seaside on Mykonos in the Greek Islands compliments of hpschaefer

Expert Advice: The best of the Med

  More than 25 cruise lines sail the Med in the summer, offering everything from mini-cruises to grand voyages, and visiting every destination imaginable – including some you’ve probably never heard of. Jane Archer explains how...

Cruise International

Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.

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