M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5* Luxury Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg

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M/S Mstislav Rostropovich Luxury Cruise
8 days 7 nights from £2,230
Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg in 5* comfort

Capture the essence of Russia on board of MS Rostropovich, one of the most luxurious ships ever to sail the Russian waterways. The 5 star MS Rostropovich is the perfect showcase for the legendary and historic towns and rivers of Russia’s Golden Ring, between Moscow and St Petersburg.
The comfortable 4 deck vessel has 3 bars and a spacious conference hall where you can socialise with fellow passengers and share tales of your journey.
While most Russian cruise vessels offer modest twin bed cabins and en suites facilities, the MS Rostropovich is equipped with a range of spacious cabins offering twin and double beds, full en suite facilities and a lift to all floors. Most cabins feature private balconies and for those without, you can enjoy the passing views of rural Russia from your large picture window. All cabins on board the MS Rostropovich are all outside facing, fully air conditioned and have private en suite facilities.
Dedicated on board guides provide a personal touch and the restaurant staff make each mealtime a pleasure. The choice at mealtimes includes vegetarian options.

Highlights of this wonderful cruise include a visit to Rostov the Great with its unique historical monuments; the stunning 22 domed Transfiguration Cathedral in the picturesque town of Kizhi; and of course the hustle and bustle of Russia's magnificent capitals - Moscow and St Petersburg.
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The Route

MOSCOW • Uglich • Goritsy • Kizhi • Mandrogui • ST PETERSBURG

Yerevan
Yerevan
The Yerevan skyline is dominated by Mount Ararat in nearby Turkey, with its snow covered peak towering in the distance. Yerevan has a rich history and was occupied as early as 6,000 BC.
Lake Sevan
Lake Sevan
Set 1900m above sea level, the Lake Sevan is the largest lake in the Caucasus and one of the largest freshwater high-altitude lakes in the world.
Tbilisi
Tbilisi
Hemmed in by the Surami Range, the beautiful city of Tbilisi extends for 17 miles (27 km) along the banks of the River Kura. Its fascinating historical sites include the 13th century Metekhi church, the 5th century Sioni Cathedral, the main church of Tbilisi, Holy Trinity Cathedral, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, the Great Hall of the Georgian Philharmonia, the Janashia Museum of Georgia.
Gori
Gori
Gori is one of the oldest cities in Georgia, founded in the 7th century AD as Tontio. Joseph Stalin, the Soviet leader, was born here in 1879 and he spent his childhood years in the city and later (1888-94) studied at its theological seminary. The small house where Stalin was born is preserved under a canopy outside the huge columned palace-like building that houses the Stalin Museum. To the side of the museum is Stalin’s private railway carriage.
Baku
Baku
Baku, capital of Azerbaijan, lies on the western shore of the Caspian Sea and the southern side of the Apsheron Peninsula, around the wide, curving sweep of the Bay of Baku. The bay, sheltered by the islands of the Baku Archipelago, provides the best harbour of the Caspian Sea, while the Apsheron Peninsula gives protection from violent northerly winds. Baku derives its international importance from its huge oil industry. The walled old town is highly picturesque, with its maze of narrow alleys and ancient buildings, such as the Palace of the Shirvan-Shahs and the Synyk-Kala Minaret and Mosque.
Ashgabat
Ashgabat
The grandiose desert city of Ashgabat, capital of Turkmenistan, is a dreamscape in white marble, an oasis of opulence on a terrain. Situated between the Kara Kum Desert and the Kopet Dag mountain range, Ashgabat has a population of about 400,000.
Darvaza
Darvaza
Darvaza's famous gas burning crater is a spectacular sight best seen at night. Located in the middle of the Kara Kum desert where the area is rich in natural gas, the 70 metre wide crater is known by the locals as the 'Door to Hell' and has been burning for over 40 years.
Khiva
Khiva
Khiva, the pearl of eastern middle age architecture, lies 25 kilometers south of present-day Urgench. According to the legends Khiva was founded by a son of Noah, Shem when he dug a well in the middle of the desert. According to the archeologists Khiva was founded in the 5th or 4th centuries B.C. and was a key trading post on the Silk Road.
Bukhara
Bukhara
Situated in the middle of the Kyzyl Kum desert, Bukhara features about one thousand monuments, which recall the halcyon days of the Great Silk Road. Foreign spices, furs and especially silk fabrics were stored and handled in the caravansaries. The old city is an UNESCO World Culture Heritage Site which features stunning Kaljan Minaret and the Labi-Hauz Ensemble.
Samarkand
Samarkand
The historic town of Samarkand is a crossroad and melting pot of the world's cultures. Founded in the 7th century B.C. as ancient Afrasiab, Samarkand had its most significant development in the Timurid period from the 14th to the 15th centuries. The major monuments include the Registan Mosque and madrasas, Bibi-Khanum Mosque, the Shakhi-Zinda compound and the Gur-Emir ensemble, as well as Ulugh-Beg's Observatory (UNESCO)
Tashkent
Tashkent
Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, is the largest city in Central Asia. The first mention of Tashkent dates from the 7th century A.D., although it was probably founded by the 1st century B.C. It is located in an oasis near the Chirchik River in a fertile cotton- and fruit-growing region. Tashkent is a very attractive city. The roots of the rich Uzbek culture shine through the city’s architecture, museums and vibrant cultural life.
Almaty
Almaty
Almaty is the former capital of Kazakhstan, and is still its largest city. Being a financial and cultural center of Central Asia, Almaty offers plenty of entertainment and cultural opportunities and is a wonderful gateway to this distinctive and hospitable country.
Kazan
Kazan
Situated on the River Volga, Kazan is the capital of Tatarstan famous for its rich tapestry of history and culture. One of its highlights is the Kremlin Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the walls of this ancient citadel is a stunning mosque and onion-domed cathedral.
Novosibirsk
Novosibirsk
Novosibirsk is situated in the south part of West Siberia, on the banks of Ob River. The city takes the third place by population in Russia after Moscow and St Petersburg. It's a center of Russian arts, science and literature. 14 most prestigiuos universities of the country are located here. In the heart of the city there is an architectural marvel -the largest opera house in the world.
Sergiev Posad
Sergiev Posad
Sergiev Posad, home to one of the most beautiful monasteries in Russia, is the historical and spiritual centre of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Vladivostok
Vladivostok
Vladivostok, a military port located on the western shores of the Sea of Japan, is home to the Russian Navy’s Pacific Fleet. Due to its military importance, the city was closed to foreigners between 1930 and 1992. Vladivostok (literally translated as ‘Ruler of the East’) offers visitors an interesting opportunity to explore its principal military attractions including a visit to a preserved World War Two submarine.
Terelj National Park
Terelj National Park
Terelj National Park is arguably the most popular destination in Mongolia. Be awestuck by Turtle Rock, an amazing, unique natural rock formation, and take in the breathtaking surrounding alpine scenery.
Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi
Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi
The magnificent Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi is the vast, brightly tiled testament to power and beauty that UNESCO have made a World Heritage site and the Kazakhs revere as their national icon.
Xian
Xian
Xian, the ancient capitals of 13 dynasties, is home to numerous historical and culture sites, such as the world-famous Terracotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Muslim Street, Mount, enchanting Huaqing Hot Spring and many more.
Turpan
Turpan
Turpan is the location where the Flaming Mountains create a magnificent backdrop. Among the highlights are the ancient underground irrigation system and the Museum of Turpan with its 5,000 artefacts.
Kara Kum
Kara Kum
The Karakum desert is Central Asia’s hottest desert. Despite its temperatures and scarce vegetation its home to a few yurt villages. Desert's Darvaza Gas Craters, one of which is burning, is one of Turkmenistan’s most unusual sights.
Volgograd
Volgograd
Volgograd is one of the most beautiful ancient cities of Russia, established in 1589. Known as Stalingrad during the Soviet period, the city was almost completely destroyed in World War II before becoming recognised as the turning point for victory. Take a city tour and observe the abundance of monuments in memorial of the Battle of Stalingrad and ascend the magnificent Mamayev Kurgan where the majestic statue Mother Russia rises 33 metres into the sky.
Petrozavodsk
Petrozavodsk
Petrozavodsk stretched along the western shore of Lake Onega – the second largest lake in Europe. It is one the major cultural and industrial centres of North-West Russia and is the capital of the Republic of Karelia.
Ulaanbataar
Ulaanbataar
Ulaanbataar is a Mongolia's economic, cultural and political center. Located on the bank of the Tuul River and surrounded by sacred mountains and pine forests on the North and grassy steppes on the South. Ulaanbaatar is a city of contrast where modern life comfortably blends with Mongolian traditional lifestyle.
Ulan-Ude
Ulan-Ude
The Buryat capital is one of Eastern Siberia’s most fascinating cities. From 1934 to 1980s it was a closed city due to its secret military plants - in fact, there are still mysterious blank spaces on city maps. Today it offers a variety of cultural hot spots, a chance to visit working Buddhist monasteries and sample a taste of the steppes.
Lake Baikal
Lake Baikal
Few natural sights can surpass the beauty and grandeur of the Pearl of Siberia. Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world and holds 20% of the world’s freshwater. It stretches for 636 km longwise and 80 km widthwise. The Baikal’s maximum depth is 1,637 m. It is known as a "laboratory of biodiversity" as it is home to nearly 3,000 species of animals and plants, many of which are found nowhere else, such as a unique breed of freshwater seal.
Irkutsk
Irkutsk
Irkutsk, capital of South Baikal, is one of the largest Siberian cities and was a key stop for caravans from Buchara and even China. Today Irkutsk became a center of gold-mining production and is developing fast. In the city you can discover unique examples of Irkutsk architectural heritage, such as “White house”, which was first a palace of the merchants Sibiryakovs, then a residence of East Siberia governor-general.
Yekaterinburg
Yekaterinburg
Founded in 1723 by Peter the Great, Yekaterinburg is the third largest Russian city and the capital of the Urals. The cultural and architectural influences of European and Asian civilisations come together in this fascinating and cosmopolitan landscape. The last Russian Emperor, Nicolas II Romanov and his family spent their last days here. On 19th July 1918 the whole family was executed by the Bolsheviks in the basement room of the Ipatiev’s estate. Nowadays there is the Cathedral On Spilt Blood which provides a powerful insight into the turmoil of the Russian Revolution.
Moscow
Moscow
A truly iconic, global city, Moscow is the 860 year-old capital of Russia. There are dozens of reasons to come. Being one of the most breathtaking capitals in the world, Moscow has a wide range of cultural landmarks. We suggest exploring them all.
St Petersburg
St Petersburg
St Petersburg is a former Russian capital and a stunning city, crowded with splendid palaces, impressive historical monuments, wide boulevards, beautiful bridges and is renowned as the Ballet Capital of the World.
Kizhi
Kizhi
Kizhi Museum Reserve is one of Russia’s unmissable attractions and by far the most visited of Lake Onega’s 1600+ islands. It is home to dozens of the 18th- and 19th-century wooden buildings which were moved here from Karelian villages during Soviet times. The true marvel is the wooden Church of the Transfiguration (the church of twenty-two wooden domes) built in 1714 without the use of a single nail which has survived the challenges of Russian winters and revolution.
Peter & Paul Fortress
Peter & Paul Fortress
The first structure to be built in St. Petersburg, and thus the birthplace of the city, it never served its intended defensive function. Instead it has had a rich, hugely varied, and sometimes sinister history as a military base, a home of government departments, the burial ground of the Russian Imperial family, the site of groundbreaking scientific experiments, and a forbidding jail that held some of Russia's most prominent political prisoners.
Hermitage
Hermitage
Lose yourself amongst the treasures of one of Russia’s best known sights and arguably the largest collection of fine art in the world. Masterpieces from artists such as Da Vinci, Rembrandt and Kandinsky make the Hermitage an unforgettable visit.
St Basil's Cathedral
St Basil's Cathedral
St Basil’s Cathedral is one of the most recognisable buildings in the world and is an iconic symbol of Moscow. A true architectural wonder, the cathedral was commissioned by Ivan the Terrible in the 1500’s and is lavishly decorated with vivid bold colours, striking patterns and shapes. The building is made up of nine churches connected by a web of narrow corridors; each church is lavishly decorated with intricate frescoes; however the exterior of the building is equally as impressive with its famous colourful onion domes! A common myth is that once the building was complete, Ivan had the architects blinded to be sure that they never build anything as beautiful again.
The Red Square
The Red Square
Stepping onto Red Square never fails to inspire. In old Russian "red" stood for the word ‘beautiful’, and the square lives up to the original meaning of its word. The architectural marvels of the St Basil's Cathedral and the Museum of History, the grandeur of the Kremlin and the Mausoleum are among the key impressions the Square has to offer.
Moscow Kremlin
Moscow Kremlin

Discover the treasures that lie in wait for you behind the walls of Moscow’s most famous landmark: the almighty Kremlin! Home to a myriad of the city’s most exquisite cathedrals and monuments, as well as the official residence of President Putin himself, the Kremlin remains a political landmark in Russia and is visited by thousands of tourists every year.

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M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*

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MOSCOW TO ST PETERSBURG

DAY 1, ARRIVE IN MOSCOW FOR YOUR RUSSIA RIVER CRUISE
 
р6Welcome to Russia! On arrival transfer to the MS Rostropovich, your home for the next 7 nights on our Volga River Cruise. Upon arrival there will be an information briefing on board. Enjoy your first evening aboard with dinner and entertainment in the bars. You can check in to the ship any time after 14:00h and are advised to arrive in time for the information briefing and evening entertainment.
DAY 2, MOSCOW
р1After breakfast on board, begin your discovery of the capital city of Russia. Join the panoramic city tour to see some of the iconic sights such as Red Square with St Basil’s cathedral and the famous red brick walls of the Kremlin. Enjoy lunch in a city centre restaurant and continue to your afternoon exploration of the Kremlin – the former residence of the Russian Tsars, discover the huge Tsar’s Cannon and Bell and visit one of the magnificent cathedrals housed within Cathedral Square. Return to the MS Rostropovich for the Captain’s Welcome Cocktail, dinner and entertainment in the bars.
* Entrances included to Kremlin and 1 of the Cathedrals within the territory.
DAY 3, UGLICH
After breakfast on board the MS Rostropovich, your day will include a visit to the town of Uglich on the Volga River, first documented in 1148. The town’s historical significance is due to the suspicious death of Dmitry Ivanov, son of Ivan the Terrible. Dmitry was exiled to Uglich after his father’s death in 1584 but was found dead in questionable circumstances seven years later. The Church of St Dmitry on the Blood*, built in his memory, appears on the horizon as the ship sails towards the town and is one of the great sights to be seen in Uglich. In the evening, enjoy a Ukrainian dinner and entertainment on board.
* Entrances included to Church of St Dmitry on the Blood, Transfiguration Cathedral.
DAY 4, GORITSY
р2After breakfast and morning entertainment on board ship, arrival and disembark for a shore excursion to Goritsy, a tiny village settlement on the edge of the White Lake. The main attractions in Goritsy are the Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery and the Goritsy Nunnery. The Monastery of St. Cyril* was founded in 1397 and is an impressive ensemble of priories, churches and historical references. The Goritsy Nunnery is much smaller than the Monastery and was founded later in 1544. Evening Russian style dinner and entertainment on board ship.
* Entrances included to the Church and Museum of Icons at the Monastery of St Cyril.
DAY 5, KIZHI
р3After breakfast and morning entertainment on board, disembark to visit the Island of Kizhi located in Lake Onega. The island has been made famous due to the collection of wooden churches with the centrepiece, the 22 domed Church of the Transfiguration, built completely without the use of nails. The Island has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the highlight of any Russia river cruise. Return to the boat for a pirate themed dinner, followed by entertainment on board.
* Entrances included to the open air museum of wooden architecture and a visit to a typical Korelian House.
DAY 6, MANDROGUI
р7Breakfast and the Captain’s Farewell dinner are served on board today with a traditional Russian BBQ lunch taken in the historical village of Mandrogui, located to the north of St Petersburg on the shores of the River Svir. The village is a representation of traditional Russian life with wooden buildings, a vodka museum and craft centre. Visitors can also see local recipes being made and visit the farms which are tended by the local villagers. Relax and enjoy your evening on board with the ship’s Gala Concert. Here you may visit the museum of Vodka, paying a local entrance fee of approx. €5 per person.
DAY 7, ST PETERSBURG
р4After breakfast on board, prepare to explore the wonderful city of St Petersburg on our panoramic city tour. The tour by coach will take in some of the most famous sights including the Exchange, Palace Square and the magnificent Winter Palace, St Isaac’s Cathedral, Cathedral of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood and Nevsky Prospekt, the city’s main thoroughfare. Included is a visit to the Peter and Paul Fortress* and also the world-renowned Hermitage museum*. A magnificent collection of art is housed in the winter palace of Catherine the Great. One of the biggest museums in the world and founded in 1764, its collection includes over 2.7 million items. Return to the ship for dinner on board.
* Entrances included to Peter and Paul Fortress and the Hermitage Museum.
DAY 8, FINAL DAY ON MS ROSTROPOVICH
р5Enjoy breakfast at leisure on board ship prior to your departure transfer to the airport.
If you wish, extra days in St Petersburg can be arranged. Get in touch with our destination managers for a quote.

ST PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW

DAY 1, ST PETERSBURG
р5You can pre-book a transfer from airport or rail station to the MS Rostropovich, your home for the next 7 nights on our Russia River Cruise. Upon arrival there will be an information briefing on board. Enjoy your first evening aboard with dinner and entertainment in the bars.
DAY 2, ST PETERSBURG
р4After breakfast on board, prepare to explore the wonderful city of St Petersburg on our panoramic city tour. The tour by coach will take in some of the most famous sights including the Exchange, Palace Square and the magnificent Winter Palace, St Isaac’s Cathedral, Cathedral of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood and Nevsky Prospekt, the city’s main thoroughfare. Included is to the world-renowned Hermitage museum. A magnificent collection of art is housed in the winter palace of Catherine the Great. One of the biggest museums in the world and founded in 1764, its collection includes over 2.7 million items. Return to the ship for dinner on board.
* Entrances included to Peter and Paul Fortress and Hermitage Museum
DAY 3, MANDROGUI
р7After breakfast on board, today’s tour includes a traditional Russian BBQ lunch taken in the historical village of Mandrogui, located to the north of St Petersburg on the shores of the River Svir. The village is a representation of traditional Russian life with wooden buildings, a vodka museum and craft centre. Visitors can also see local recipes being made and visit the farms which are tended by the local villagers. Relax and enjoy your evening on board with the ship’s Gala Concert.
DAY 4, KIZHI
р3After breakfast and morning entertainment on board, disembark to visit the Island of Kizhi located in Lake Onega. The island has been made famous due to the collection of wooden churches with the centrepiece, the 22 domed Church of the Transfiguration, built completely without the use of nails. The Island has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the highlight of any Russian river cruise. Return to the boat for a pirate themed dinner, followed by entertainment on board.
* Entrances included to the open air museum of wooden architecture and a visit to a typical Korelian House.
DAY 5, GORITSY
р2After breakfast and morning entertainment on board ship, arrival and disembark for a shore excursion to Goritsy, a tiny village settlement on the edge of the White Lake. The main attractions in Goritsy are the Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery and the Goritsy Nunnery. The Monastery of St. Cyril* was founded in 1397 and is an impressive ensemble of priories, churches and historical references. The Goritsy Nunnery is much smaller than the Monastery and was founded later in 1544. Evening Russian style dinner and entertainment on board ship.
* Entrances included to the Church and Museum of Icons at the Monastery of St Cyril.
DAY 6, UGLICH
After breakfast on board the MS Rostropovich, your day will include a visit to the town of Uglich on the Volga River, first documented in 1148. The town’s historical significance is due to the suspicious death of Dmitry Ivanov, son of Ivan the Terrible. Dmitry was exiled to Uglich after his father’s death in 1584 but was found dead in questionable circumstances seven years later. The Church of St Dmitry on the Blood*, built in his memory, appears on the horizon as the ship sails towards the town and is one of the great sights to be seen in Uglich. In the evening, enjoy a Ukrainian dinner and entertainment on board.
* Entrances included
DAY 7, MOSCOW
р6After breakfast, the ship arrives in Moscow. After lunch onboard, you begin your discovery of the capital city of Russia. Join the panoramic city tour to see some of the iconic sights such as Red Square with St Basil’s cathedral and the famous red brick walls of the Kremlin. Continue your exploration of the Kremlin, the former residence of the Russian Tsars, discover the huge Tsar’s Cannon and Bell and visit one of the magnificent cathedrals housed within Cathedral Square. Return to the MS Rostropovich for the final night’s dinner and entertainment.
* Entrances included to Kremlin and 1 of the Cathedrals within the territory.
DAY 8, FINAL DAY ON MS ROSTROPOVICH
р1Enjoy breakfast at leisure on board ship prior to your departure transfer to the airport. 
If you wish, extra days in Moscow can be arranged. Get in touch with our destination managers for a quote.

M/S Mstislav Rostropovich

VESSEL FEATURES

•   “Symphony” Bar and Restaurant

•   Tea and Coffee Station

•   “Opera” Restaurant

•   “Maestro” Conference Hall and Movie Theatre

•   “River Melody” Bar and Lounge

•   Outside bar

•   Lift Access

•   Solarium with loungers

•   Gymnasium

•   Medical Centre

•   Reception

•   Souvenir Shop

•   Ironing Room

•   Smoking Areas

 

Deck plan

M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*

Cabins 400-406, 408, 409-415, 417 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.

M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*

Cabins 407, 416 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.

M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*

Cabins 300-307, 311, 313-320, 324 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.

M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 308, 321 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 309, 310, 322, 323 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 312, 325 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined) or double bed, bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 200, 201, 220, 221 equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 202-209, 213, 215-217, 222-229, 233, 235, 236 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 210, 230 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 211, 212, 231, 232 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 214, 234, 218, 237, 219, 238 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined) or double bed, bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabin 239 equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket. The cabin is furnished with double bed, bedside tables, sofa and two armchairs, coffee table, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 100, 101, 102, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 110, 121 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket and large scenic window. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabin 116 is equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket and large scenic window. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds (can be joined), bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 103 - 109 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket and large scenic window. The cabin is furnished with two separate beds, bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
M/S Mstislav Rostropovich 5*
Cabins 111, 112, 122, 123 are equipped with private facilities, air conditioning, 220 volt socket and large scenic window. The cabin is furnished with a double bed, bedside tables, console mirror, chair, wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio, telephone, hair dryer and safe.

All Packages Include:

•   Arrival and departure transfers

•   Onboard guides’ services during the cruise (French, Italian, English, German, Spanish-speaking)

•   Excursion program detailed in the cruise itinerary (optional tours are available onboard)

•   Daily international entertainment on board: concerts, lessons, master classes, movies, welcome “Bread and salt” ceremony, captain’s cocktail and dinner

•   Luggage handling onboard the ship

•   Port tax

•   Use of cabin safe

•   Official visa invitations

•   Full visa support

Not Included:

•   International flights (you may choose an option with flights included)

•   Travel insurance

•   Optional excursions (available on board)

•   Gratuities (10 € per person per day)

•   Personal expenses

•   Cabin numbers are provided 7 days before the cruise, or at £50 supplement per person per cruise when booking

Included meals:

•   Full board, three meals per day (from the dinner on the arrival day to the breakfast on the departure day): breakfast and lunch are buffet style, dinner is with fixed menu and preliminary order, BBQ outdoors in Mandrogui (instead of lunch onboard, subject to the weather forecast)

•   Water is included for all meals at the restaurant plus daily in a cabin (1 bottle 0.33ml per person), one glass of house wine per person for each dinner

•   Coffee-station for early risers

•   Welcome “Bread and salt” ceremony (arrival day), Welcome cocktail (hereon the start of the navigation), Russian, Slavic and Pirate thematic dinners as well as Welcome dinner onboard, Captain's farewell dinner with a special menu, Cocktail Party

More details about catering:
1) Breakfast onboard is buffet style
Water in pitches is provided for breakfast on the table. Buffet line offers cocoa, milk, juice in assortment, as well as numerous hot and cold dishes to guest’s choice. Tea/coffee is served to the table.
2) Lunch onboard is buffet style
Water in pitches is provided for lunch on the table, while tea/coffee is served to the table.
3) Dinner onboard is served according to the menu:
o Starter
o Main course (a choice of 3 dishes: meat or fish or vegetarian)
o Dessert (3 variants to choose from)

Water in pitches as well as 1 glass of red/white wine or juice is provided for each dinner. Tea/coffee is served to the table.

NB During stay in Moscow and St. Petersburg the menu is fixed (no choice of dishes). During the navigation days of the cruise the choice of main course/dessert is provided – the guests choose the dishes for next day each previous day.

•   1 bottle of still water (0.33l per person per day) is provided in cabins

•   There is a coffee-station onboard the ship available for guests from 06:00 am till 07:00 pm (which includes coffee, decaf coffee, hot water, milk, cocoa, packed tea, sugar, sweetener, and cookies)

The following events are organised for guests onboard the ship:

•   Welcome “Bread and salt” ceremony on the embarkation day

•   Welcome cocktail including 1 glass of champagne or juice per pax

•   “Russian tea ceremony” with tea and Russian pies and “Vodka show” with vodka and blini tasting

•   Cocktail party – once per tour – 1 cocktail to choose from 3 variants

•   Captain’s dinner with upscaled menu

•   Mulled wine (during cold weather)/ Ice tea (during hot weather) upon returning to ship after shore excursions.

Any other drinks can be purchased additionally at the restaurant or at the bar onboard.

Please find 2017 departures and prices below. If you have a tighter budget, desire more luxury, want to add on extra days or excursions, or are looking for a little more independence, contact our destination managers or make an Online Enquiry for a tailor made package just for you.

Please select your route:

•   MOSCOW - GOLDEN RING - ST PETERSBURG ROUTE

•   ST PETERSBURG - GOLDEN RING - MOSCOW ROUTE


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MOSCOW - GOLDEN RING - ST PETERSBURG ROUTE

MOSCOW TO ST
PETERSBURG
DEPARTURES 2017
MAY-06 MAY-20 JUN-03 JUN-17 JUL-01 JUL-15 JUL-29 AUG-12 AUG-26 SEP-09 SEP-23
MAIN DECK Standard double J-,
incl flights
2371.23 £ 2528.99 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2528.99 £ 2528.99 £ 2371.23 £ Sold Out  Sold Out
1870.3 £ 1985.81 £ 1985.81 £ 1565.48 £ 1870.57 £
excluding flights 2070.7 £ 2228.99 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2228.99 £ 2229.52 £ 2070.7 £ Sold Out  Sold Out
1570.3 £ 1685.53 £ 1685.53 £ 1265.75 £ 1570.3 £
MAIN DECK Standard twin I-,
incl flights
2450.38 £ 2608.66 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2608.66 £ 2608.66 £ 2450.38 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1927.92 £ 2043.15 £ 2043.15 £ 1606.91 £ 1927.92 £
excluding flights 2150.38 £ 2308.66 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2308.66 £ 2308.66 £ 2149.32 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1627.92 £ 1743.15 £ 1743.15 £ 1306.91 £ 1627.92 £
MIDDLE DECK Standard tw/db H+,
incl flights
2608.66 £ 2766.95 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2766.95 £ 2766.95 £ 2608.66 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2043.15 £ 2158.38 £ 2158.38 £ 1689.22 £ 2043.15 £
excluding flights 2308.66 £ 2466.95 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2466.95 £ 2466.95 £ 2308.66 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1743.15 £ 1858.38 £ 1858.38 £ 1389.22 £ 1743.15 £
BOAT DECK Standard tw/db G+,
incl flights
2687.81 £ 2846.09 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2846.09 £ 2846.09 £ 2687.81 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2100.77 £ 2216 £ 2216 £ 1730.37 £ 2100.77 £
excluding flights 2387.81 £ 2546.09 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2546.09 £ 2546.09 £ 2387.81 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1800.77 £ 1916 £ 1916 £ 1430.37 £ 1800.77 £
MAIN DECK Deluxe tw/db F-,
incl flights
2766.95 £ 2925.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2925.24 £ 2925.24 £ 2766.95 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2158.38 £ 2273.62 £ 2273.62 £ 1771.53 £ 2158.38 £
excluding flights 2466.95 £ 2625.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2625.24 £ 2625.24 £ 2466.95 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1858.38 £ 1973.62 £ 1973.62 £ 1471.53 £ 1858.38 £
MAIN DECK Junior suite tw/db E-,
incl flights
2846.09 £ 3004.38 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3004.38 £ 3004.38 £ 2846.09 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2216 £ 2332.06 £ 2331.23 £ 1812.68 £ 2216 £
excluding flights 2546.09 £ 2704.38 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2704.38 £ 2704.38 £ 2546.09 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1916 £ 2032.06 £ 2031.23 £ 1512.68 £ 1916 £
MIDDLE DECK Junior suite tw/db D-,
incl flights
2925.24 £ 3083.53 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3083.53 £ 3083.53 £ 2925.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2273.62 £ 2388.85 £ 2388.85 £ 1853.84 £ 2273.62 £
excluding flights 2625.24 £ 2783.53 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2783.53 £ 2783.53 £ 2625.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out
1973.62 £ 2088.85 £ 2088.85 £ 1553.84 £ 1973.62 £
MIDDLE DECK Deluxe tw/db C+-,
incl flights
3162.67 £ 3320.96 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3320.96 £ 3320.96 £ 3162.67 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2446.47 £ 2561.7 £ 2561.7 £ 1977.3 £ 2446.47 £
excluding flights 2862.67 £ 3020.96 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3020.96 £ 3020.96 £ 2862.67 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2146.47 £ 2261.7 £ 2261.7 £ 1677.3 £ 2146.47 £
BOAT DECK Deluxe tw/db B+, incl flights 3320.96 £ 3479.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3479.24 £ 3479.24 £ 3320.96 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2561.7 £ 2676.93 £ 2676.93 £ 2059.61 £ 2561.7 £
excluding flights 3020.96 £ 3179.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3179.24 £ 3179.24 £ 3020.96 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2261.7 £ 2376.93 £ 2376.93 £ 1759.61 £ 2261.7 £
SUN DECK Deluxe tw/db A+, incl flights 3479.24 £ 3637.53 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3637.53 £ 3637.53 £ 3479.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2676.93 £ 2792.17 £ 2792.17 £ 2141.92 £ 2676.93 £
excluding flights 3179.24 £ 3337.53 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3337.53 £ 3337.53 £ 3179.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2376.93 £ 2492.17 £ 2492.17 £ 1841.92 £ 2376.93 £
MIDDLE DECK Bolshoi Suite tw/db BSM+,
incl flights
3954.11 £ 4112.39 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4112.39 £ 4112.39 £ 3954.11 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3022.63 £ 3137.87 £ 3137.87 £ 2388.85 £ 3022.63 £
excluding flights 3654.11 £ 3812.39 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3812.39 £ 3812.39 £ 3654.11 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2722.63 £ 2837.87 £ 2837.87 £ 2088.85 £ 2722.63 £
BOAT DECK Bolshoi Suite tw/db BSB+,
incl flights
4112.39 £ 4270.68 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4270.68 £ 4270.68 £ 4112.39 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3137.87 £ 3253.1 £ 3253.1 £ 2471.16 £ 3137.87 £
excluding flights 3812.39 £ 3970.68 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3970.68 £ 3970.68 £ 3812.39 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2837.87 £ 2953.1 £ 2953.1 £ 2171.16 £ 2837.87 £
MIDDLE DECK Mariinski Suite tw/db MSM+,
incl flights
4270.68 £ 4428.97 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4428.97 £ 4428.97 £ 4270.68 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3253.1 £ 3368.33 £ 3368.33 £ 2553.47 £ 3253.1 £
excluding flights 3970.68 £ 4128.97 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4128.97 £ 4128.97 £ 3970.68 £ Sold Out Sold Out
2953.1 £ 3068.33 £ 3068.33 £ 2253.47 £ 2953.1 £
BOAT DECK Mariinski Suite tw/db MSB+,
incl flights
4428.97 £ 4587.26 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4587.26 £ 4587.26 £ 4428.97 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3368.33 £ 3483.57 £ 3483.57 £ 2635.78 £ 3368.33 £
excluding flights 4128.97 £ 4287.26 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4287.26 £ 4287.26 £ 4128.97 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3068.33 £ 3183.57 £ 3183.57 £ 2335.78 £ 3068.33 £
SUN DECK Hermitage Suite tw/db HS+,
incl flights
4587.26 £ 4745.54 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4745.54 £ 4745.54 £ 4587.26 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3483.57 £ 3598.8 £ 3598.8 £ 2718.09 £ 3483.57 £
excluding flights 4287.26 £ 4445.54 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4445.54 £ 4445.54 £ 4287.26 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3183.57 £ 3298.8 £ 3298.8 £ 2418.09 £ 3183.57 £
MIDDLE DECK Imperial Suite king size db IS++,
incl flights
5616.13 £ 6090.99 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 6090.99 £ 6090.99 £ 5616.13 £ Sold Out Sold Out
4232.58 £ 4578.28 £ 4578.28 £ 3417.72 £ 4232.58 £
excluding flights 5316.13 £ 5790.99 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 5790.99 £ 5790.99 £ 5316.13 £ Sold Out Sold Out
3932.58 £ 4278.28 £ 4278.28 £ 3117.72 £ 3932.58 £

 


ST PETERSBURG - GOLDEN RING - MOSCOW ROUTE

ST PETERSBURG TO
MOSCOW DEPARTURES
2017
MAY-13 MAY-27 JUN-10 JUN-24 JUL-08 JUL-22 AUG-05 AUG-19 SEP-02 SEP-16
MAIN DECK Standard double J-,
incl flights
2431.23 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2529.52 £ 2323.73 £ 2323.73 £ 2323.73 £
1543.24 £ 1565.75 £ 1822.2 £ 1822.2 £
excluding flights 2081.23 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2229.52 £ 2063.73 £ 2063.73 £ 2063.73 £
1193.24 £ 1265.75 £ 1562.2 £ 1562.2 £
MAIN DECK Standard twin I-,
incl flights
2510.38 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2608.66 £ 2402.88 £ 2402.88 £ 2402.88 £
1584.4 £ 1606.91 £ 1879.82 £ 1879.82 £
excluding flights 2160.38 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2308.66 £ 2142.88 £ 2142.88 £ 2142.88 £
1234.4 £ 1306.91 £ 1619.82 £ 1619.82 £
MIDDLE DECK Standard tw/db H+,
incl flights
2668.66 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2766.95 £ 2561.16 £ 2561.16 £ 2561.16 £
1666.71 £ 1689.22 £ 1995.05 £ 1995.05 £
excluding flights 2318.66 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2466.95 £ 2301.16 £ 2301.16 £ 2301.16 £
1316.71 £ 1389.22 £ 1735.05 £ 1735.05 £
BOAT DECK Standard tw/db G+,
incl flights
2747.81 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2846.09 £ 2640.31 £ 2640.31 £ 2640.31 £
1707.86 £ 1730.37 £ 2052.67 £ 2052.67 £
excluding flights 2397.81 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2546.09 £ 2380.31 £ 2380.31 £ 2380.31 £
1357.86 £ 1430.37 £ 1792.67 £ 1792.67 £
MAIN DECK Deluxe tw/db F-,
incl flights
2826.95 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2925.24 £ 2719.45 £ 2719.45 £ 2719.45 £
1749.02 £ 1771.53 £ 2110.28 £ 2110.28 £
excluding flights 2476.95 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2625.24 £ 2459.45 £ 2459.45 £ 2459.45 £
1399.02 £ 1471.53 £ 1850.28 £ 1850.28 £
MAIN DECK Junior suite tw/db E-,
incl flights
2906.09 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3004.38 £ 2798.59 £ 2798.59 £ 2798.59 £
1790.17 £ 1812.68 £ 2167.9 £ 2167.9 £
excluding flights 2556.09 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2704.38 £ 2538.59 £ 2538.59 £ 2538.59 £
1440.17 £ 1512.68 £ 1907.9 £ 1907.9 £
MIDDLE DECK Junior suite tw/db D-,
incl flights
2985.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3083.53 £ 2877.74 £ 2877.74 £ 2877.74 £
1831.33 £ 1853.84 £ 2225.52 £ 2225.52 £
excluding flights 2635.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 2783.53 £ 2617.74 £ 2617.74 £ 2617.74 £
1481.33 £ 1553.84 £ 1965.52 £ 1965.52 £
MIDDLE DECK Deluxe tw/db C+-,
incl flights
3222.67 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3320.96 £ 3115.17 £ 3115.17 £ 3115.17 £
1954.79 £ 1977.3 £ 2398.37 £ 2398.37 £
excluding flights 2872.67 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3020.96 £ 2855.17 £ 2855.17 £ 2855.17 £
1604.79 £ 1677.3 £ 2138.37 £ 2138.37 £
BOAT DECK Deluxe tw/db B+,
incl flights
3380.96 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3479.24 £ 3273.46 £ 3273.46 £ 3273.46 £
2037.1 £ 2059.61 £ 2513.6 £ 2513.6 £
excluding flights 3030.96 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3179.24 £ 3013.46 £ 3013.46 £ 3013.46 £
1687.1 £ 1759.61 £ 2253.6 £ 2253.6 £
SUN DECK Deluxe tw/db A+,
incl flights
3539.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3637.53 £ 3431.74 £ 3431.74 £ 3431.74 £
2119.41 £ 2141.92 £ 2628.83 £ 2628.83 £
excluding flights 3189.24 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3337.53 £ 3171.74 £ 3171.74 £ 3171.74 £
1769.41 £ 1841.92 £ 2368.83 £ 2368.83 £
MIDDLE DECK Bolshoi Suite tw/db BSM+,
incl flights
4014.11 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4112.39 £ 3906.61 £ 3906.61 £ 3906.61 £
2366.34 £ 2388.85 £ 2974.53 £ 2974.53 £
excluding flights 3664.11 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3812.39 £ 3646.61 £ 3646.61 £ 3646.61 £
2016.34 £ 2088.85 £ 2714.53 £ 2714.53 £
BOAT DECK Bolshoi Suite tw/db BSB+,
incl flights
4172.39 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4270.68 £ 4064.89 £ 4064.89 £ 4064.89 £
2448.65 £ 2471.16 £ 3089.77 £ 3089.77 £
excluding flights 3822.39 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 3970.68 £ 3804.89 £ 3804.89 £ 3804.89 £
2098.65 £ 2171.16 £ 2829.77 £ 2829.77 £
MIDDLE DECK Mariinski Suite tw/db MSM+,
incl flights
4330.68 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4428.97 £ 4223.18 £ 4223.18 £ 4223.18 £
2530.96 £ 2553.47 £ 3205 £ 3205 £
excluding flights 3980.68 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4128.97 £ 3963.18 £ 3963.18 £ 3963.18 £
2180.96 £ 2253.47 £ 2945 £ 2945 £
BOAT DECK Mariinski Suite tw/db MSB+,
incl flights
4488.97 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4587.26 £ 4381.47 £ 4381.47 £ 4381.47 £
2613.27 £ 2635.78 £ 3320.23 £ 3320.23 £
excluding flights 4138.97 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4287.26 £ 4121.47 £ 4121.47 £ 4121.47 £
2263.27 £ 2335.78 £ 3060.23 £ 3060.23 £
SUN DECK Hermitage Suite tw/db HS+,
incl flights
4647.26 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4745.54 £ 4539.76 £ 4539.76 £ 4539.76 £
2695.58 £ 2718.09 £ 3435.47 £ 3435.47 £
excluding flights 4297.26 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 4445.54 £ 4279.76 £ 4279.76 £ 4279.76 £
2345.58 £ 2418.09 £ 3175.47 £ 3175.47 £
MIDDLE DECK Imperial Suite king size db IS++,
incl flights
5676.13 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 6090.99 £ 5568.63 £ 5568.63 £ 5568.63 £
3230.59 £ 3417.72 £ 4184.48 £ 4184.48 £
excluding flights 5326.13 £ Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out 5790.99 £ 5308.63 £ 5308.63 £ 5308.63 £
2880.59 £ 3117.72 £ 3924.48 £ 3924.48 £

Please note a deposit is payable at the time of the booking. Please check the amount due with your destination expert.

The total sum is due 10 weeks prior to departure

Please note:

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