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World Explorer Cruise from Sydney to London
Includes a 2 Night Hotel Stay in London
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$8,999pp
Duration
48 nights
Departing
29 Mar 2019

Your Experience:

  • Inbound flight, taxes & transfers
  • 46 night full-board world cruise from Sydney to Southampton on board Explorer of the seas® with all meals and entertainment
  • 2 night hotel stay in London

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Cruise Code: REP2359 Call: 1800 924 450
Monday to Friday: 9am - 7pm (AEST)
Saturday & Sunday: 9am - 5pm (AEST)
Public Holidays: 10am - 4pm (AEST)

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Interior
$8,999 pp
Ocean View
$10,499 pp
Balcony
$11,999 pp
Suite
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Your Holiday Itinerary

  • Day 1 Sydney Embark ship
  • Day 2 At Sea
  • Day 3 Brisbane
  • Day 4 At Sea
  • Day 5 Airlie Beach
  • Day 6 At Sea
  • Day 7 Cairns (Yorkeys Knob)
  • Days 8 - 9 At Sea
  • Day 10 Darwin
  • Day 11 Darwin
  • Days 12 - 15 At Sea
  • Day 16 Singapore
  • Day 17 Penang
  • Days 18 - 20 At Sea
  • Day 21 Cochin
  • Day 22 At Sea
  • Day 23 Mumbai
  • Days 24 - 25 At Sea
  • Day 26 Dubai
  • Day 27 Dubai
  • Days 28 - 32 At Sea
  • Day 33 Suez Canal (scenic cruising)
  • Day 34 Suez Canal (scenic cruising)
  • Day 35 At Sea
  • Day 36 Piraeus (Athens)
  • Day 37 At Sea
  • Day 38 Valletta
  • Day 39 At Sea
  • Day 40 Barcelona
  • Day 41 Valencia
  • Day 42 Cartagena
  • Day 43 Gibraltar
  • Day 44 At Sea
  • Day 45 Gijon
  • Day 46 At Sea
  • Day 47 Southampton (UK) Disembark ship
  • Day 48 London Hotel stay
  • Day 1

    Sydney - Embark Explorer of the Seas®

    In Sydney you’ll embark the Explorer of the Seas® for your unique world cruise to Southampton. On board you’ll find everything you need for a fantastic cruise holiday, including a superb variety of high-quality dining options and brilliant themed bars and lounges.

    Explorer of the Seas®

    Day 1

    Sydney - Embark Explorer of the Seas®

    In Sydney you’ll embark the Explorer of the Seas® for your unique world cruise to Southampton. On board you’ll find everything you need for a fantastic cruise holiday, including a superb variety of high-quality dining options and brilliant themed bars and lounges.

  • Day 2

    At Sea

    As day gives way to the evening there’s enough variety on the Explorer of the Seas® to pick a new entertainment experience each night of your holiday. The beautiful main Palace Theatre hosts the kind of glitzy and glamorous musical extravaganzas you’d normally only find in the West End and you’ll be amazed by the spectacular ice rink performances.

    Glamorous Musical Extravaganzas

    Day 2

    At Sea

    As day gives way to the evening there’s enough variety on the Explorer of the Seas® to pick a new entertainment experience each night of your holiday. The beautiful main Palace Theatre hosts the kind of glitzy and glamorous musical extravaganzas you’d normally only find in the West End and you’ll be amazed by the spectacular ice rink performances.

  • Day 3

    Brisbane

    The capital of the Sunshine State boasts an exciting array of attractions with a packed events calendar, renowned galleries and museums and awarding-winning food and drink. For idyllic beaches, head to Moreton Island, a quiet retreat of sandy dunes, bush and lagoons. You may even spot passing whales, turtles and dolphins in its turquoise waters.

    Shipwrecks on Moreton Island

    Day 3

    Brisbane

    The capital of the Sunshine State boasts an exciting array of attractions with a packed events calendar, renowned galleries and museums and awarding-winning food and drink. For idyllic beaches, head to Moreton Island, a quiet retreat of sandy dunes, bush and lagoons. You may even spot passing whales, turtles and dolphins in its turquoise waters.

  • Day 4

    At Sea

    Many passengers on the Explorer of the Seas® choose to take most of their meals in the main, three-tier restaurant’s Columbus, Da Gama and Magellan rooms. And who can blame them? This majestic dining hall offers the traditional cruise arrangement of set-time sittings or the opportunity to dine whenever you want, just turn up to be seated.

    Windjammer Cafe

    Day 4

    At Sea

    Many passengers on the Explorer of the Seas® choose to take most of their meals in the main, three-tier restaurant’s Columbus, Da Gama and Magellan rooms. And who can blame them? This majestic dining hall offers the traditional cruise arrangement of set-time sittings or the opportunity to dine whenever you want, just turn up to be seated.

  • Day 5

    Airlie Beach

    This relaxed town of palm-fringed beaches is the gateway to the sublimely beautiful Whitsunday Islands and the clear waters of Great Barrier Reef. It has a small selection of boutiques, cafes and markets but its main attraction is the selection of adventure trips you can take to visit the secluded beaches and hidden bays of the Whitsundays.

    Whitsunday Islands

    Day 5

    Airlie Beach

    This relaxed town of palm-fringed beaches is the gateway to the sublimely beautiful Whitsunday Islands and the clear waters of Great Barrier Reef. It has a small selection of boutiques, cafes and markets but its main attraction is the selection of adventure trips you can take to visit the secluded beaches and hidden bays of the Whitsundays.

  • Day 6

    At Sea

    Other creatively designed venues like the Schooner Bar with its nautical-themed decor, Maharajah’s and the English pub-style Crown & Kettle offer live bands, game shows, cabaret acts and comedians each night. Those who like to dance the night away head down to the Gothic influenced Chamber nightclub where DJs spin the latest chart tunes as well as timeless disco classics.

    Schooner Bar

    Day 6

    At Sea

    Other creatively designed venues like the Schooner Bar with its nautical-themed decor, Maharajah’s and the English pub-style Crown & Kettle offer live bands, game shows, cabaret acts and comedians each night. Those who like to dance the night away head down to the Gothic influenced Chamber nightclub where DJs spin the latest chart tunes as well as timeless disco classics.

  • Day 7

    Cairns (Yorkeys Knob)

    If you’re looking for an adventure, you are sure to find it in Cairns! From trips to the Great Barrier Reef, Cape Tribulation and the Atherton Tablelands to skydiving, bungee jumping and hot air ballooning, you can do it from Cairns. Its tropical setting and buzzing atmosphere is sure to you get into holiday mode.

    Great Barrier Reef

    Day 7

    Cairns (Yorkeys Knob)

    If you’re looking for an adventure, you are sure to find it in Cairns! From trips to the Great Barrier Reef, Cape Tribulation and the Atherton Tablelands to skydiving, bungee jumping and hot air ballooning, you can do it from Cairns. Its tropical setting and buzzing atmosphere is sure to you get into holiday mode.

  • Days 8 - 9

    At Sea

    For those passengers who like to be active on their holidays, the Explorer of the Seas® offers a wealth of opportunities to keep fit, have fun and probably try something you’ve never done in your life before. Head to the fully equipped gym for a work out or try a yoga class.

    Yoga Classes

    Day 8

    At Sea

    For those passengers who like to be active on their holidays, the Explorer of the Seas® offers a wealth of opportunities to keep fit, have fun and probably try something you’ve never done in your life before. Head to the fully equipped gym for a work out or try a yoga class.

  • Day 10

    Darwin

    The Northern Territory's tropical capital combines balmy nights, colourful cultures and exciting wildlife. Closer to Asia than Sydney, Darwin’s exotic food markets feature many Asian influences. You’ll enjoy an overnight in port here so you can stop in one of the side-street eateries or head to Crocosaurus Cove to cuddle a baby crocodile.

    Darwin Waterfront

    Day 10

    Darwin

    The Northern Territory's tropical capital combines balmy nights, colourful cultures and exciting wildlife. Closer to Asia than Sydney, Darwin’s exotic food markets feature many Asian influences. You’ll enjoy an overnight in port here so you can stop in one of the side-street eateries or head to Crocosaurus Cove to cuddle a baby crocodile.

  • Day 11

    Darwin

    This whole area is rich in indigenous culture and unique natural landscapes. Venture outside the compact city centre to one of the two National Parks nearby. Kakadu National Park is Australia’s biggest national park where you can see Aboriginal rock art dating back 20,000 years. At Litchfield National Park, discover misty waterfalls and swim in crystal clear waterholes.

    Litchfield National Park, Darwin

    Day 11

    Darwin

    This whole area is rich in indigenous culture and unique natural landscapes. Venture outside the compact city centre to one of the two National Parks nearby. Kakadu National Park is Australia’s biggest national park where you can see Aboriginal rock art dating back 20,000 years. At Litchfield National Park, discover misty waterfalls and swim in crystal clear waterholes.

  • Days 12 - 15

    At Sea

    From craft ales to expertly-mixed cocktails, casual poolside bars to elegant evening venues, your perfect pub is here on board Explorer of the Seas®. Relax and enjoy a drink at the end of a busy day and test your knowledge by taking part in one of the trivia quizzes in the Schooner Bar.

    Poolside Bar

    Day 12

    At Sea

    From craft ales to expertly-mixed cocktails, casual poolside bars to elegant evening venues, your perfect pub is here on board Explorer of the Seas®. Relax and enjoy a drink at the end of a busy day and test your knowledge by taking part in one of the trivia quizzes in the Schooner Bar.

  • Day 16

    Singapore

    Singapore’s kaleidoscope of cultures is evident as you uncover colonial gems, historic temples and the vibrant districts of Little India and Chinatown. The futuristic skyline features the modern skyscrapers of Marina Bay Sands and the space-age trees of the Gardens by the Bay.

    Singapore Skyline

    Day 16

    Singapore

    Singapore’s kaleidoscope of cultures is evident as you uncover colonial gems, historic temples and the vibrant districts of Little India and Chinatown. The futuristic skyline features the modern skyscrapers of Marina Bay Sands and the space-age trees of the Gardens by the Bay.

  • Day 17

    Penang

    Sail to Penang’s stunning shores and explore its colonial treasures, sun-drenched beaches and lush jungle trails. Visit tropical spice gardens or seek out Chinese shophouses, mosques and British colonial architecture in the dilapidated capital of George Town.

    Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang

    Day 17

    Penang

    Sail to Penang’s stunning shores and explore its colonial treasures, sun-drenched beaches and lush jungle trails. Visit tropical spice gardens or seek out Chinese shophouses, mosques and British colonial architecture in the dilapidated capital of George Town.

  • Days 18 - 20

    At Sea

    Why not try something completely different today? Climb the rock wall for some incredible sea views from the top or catch some waves on the FlowRider®. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, you’ll have a great time trying out this surf simulator.

    FlowRider®

    Day 18

    At Sea

    Why not try something completely different today? Climb the rock wall for some incredible sea views from the top or catch some waves on the FlowRider®. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, you’ll have a great time trying out this surf simulator.

  • Day 21

    Cochin

    Cochin’s rich trading past is reflected in its striking architecture where you’ll see British, Portuguese, Dutch and Chinese influences. At sunset you may catch a glimpse of local fisherman casting their vast Chinese fishing nets in the backwaters of Kerala.

    Chinese Fishing Nets, Cochin

    Day 21

    Cochin

    Cochin’s rich trading past is reflected in its striking architecture where you’ll see British, Portuguese, Dutch and Chinese influences. At sunset you may catch a glimpse of local fisherman casting their vast Chinese fishing nets in the backwaters of Kerala.

  • Day 22

    At Sea

    As day gives way to the evening there’s enough variety on the Explorer of the Seas® to pick a new entertainment experience each night of your holiday. The beautiful main Palace Theatre hosts the kind of glitzy and glamorous musical extravaganzas you’d normally only find in the West End and you’ll be amazed by the spectacular ice rink performances.

    Spectacular Ice Rink Performances

    Day 22

    At Sea

    As day gives way to the evening there’s enough variety on the Explorer of the Seas® to pick a new entertainment experience each night of your holiday. The beautiful main Palace Theatre hosts the kind of glitzy and glamorous musical extravaganzas you’d normally only find in the West End and you’ll be amazed by the spectacular ice rink performances.

  • Day 23

    Mumbai

    Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is home to grand colonial architecture, such as the iconic Gateway of India arch, built by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

    The Gateway of India, Mumbai

    Day 23

    Mumbai

    Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is home to grand colonial architecture, such as the iconic Gateway of India arch, built by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

  • Days 24 - 25

    At Sea

    Many passengers on the Explorer of the Seas® choose to take most of their meals in the main, three-tier restaurant’s Columbus, Da Gama and Magellan rooms. And who can blame them? This majestic dining hall offers the traditional cruise arrangement of set-time sittings or the opportunity to dine whenever you want, just turn up to be seated.

    On Board Dining

    Day 24

    At Sea

    Many passengers on the Explorer of the Seas® choose to take most of their meals in the main, three-tier restaurant’s Columbus, Da Gama and Magellan rooms. And who can blame them? This majestic dining hall offers the traditional cruise arrangement of set-time sittings or the opportunity to dine whenever you want, just turn up to be seated.

  • Day 26

    Dubai

    You’ll enjoy an overnight stay in port in Dubai, a sparkling strip of skyscrapers – including the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa – surrounded by the azure waters of the Arabian Sea and the rolling dunes of the desert. Whether it’s shopping or desert safaris, cuisine or culture, Dubai delivers.

    Singing Fountains, Dubai

    Day 26

    Dubai

    You’ll enjoy an overnight stay in port in Dubai, a sparkling strip of skyscrapers – including the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa – surrounded by the azure waters of the Arabian Sea and the rolling dunes of the desert. Whether it’s shopping or desert safaris, cuisine or culture, Dubai delivers.

  • Day 27

    Dubai

    Although Dubai glimmers with its glamorous skyline, boutiques and sun-soaked beaches; it is also a city rooted in tradition and history. This can be seen in the impeccable hospitality and courtesy that are extended to visitors, the many mosques dotted around the city and the call of prayer that fills the air.

    Burj Al Arab, Dubai

    Day 27

    Dubai

    Although Dubai glimmers with its glamorous skyline, boutiques and sun-soaked beaches; it is also a city rooted in tradition and history. This can be seen in the impeccable hospitality and courtesy that are extended to visitors, the many mosques dotted around the city and the call of prayer that fills the air.

  • Days 28 - 32

    At Sea

    Other creatively designed venues like the Schooner Bar with its nautical-themed decor, Maharajah’s and the English pub-style Crown & Kettle offer live bands, game shows, cabaret acts and comedians each night. Those who like to dance the night away head down to the Gothic influenced Chamber nightclub where DJs spin the latest chart tunes as well as timeless disco classics.

    Solarium Bar

    Day 28

    At Sea

    Other creatively designed venues like the Schooner Bar with its nautical-themed decor, Maharajah’s and the English pub-style Crown & Kettle offer live bands, game shows, cabaret acts and comedians each night. Those who like to dance the night away head down to the Gothic influenced Chamber nightclub where DJs spin the latest chart tunes as well as timeless disco classics.

  • Day 33

    Suez Canal (scenic cruising)

    Today you’ll begin your cruise through this extraordinary feat of engineering that connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea and provides the world with one of its most important shipping routes. Sail past desert landscapes as you make this landmark crossing from Europe into Asia.

    Sand Dunes, Egypt

    Day 33

    Suez Canal (scenic cruising)

    Today you’ll begin your cruise through this extraordinary feat of engineering that connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea and provides the world with one of its most important shipping routes. Sail past desert landscapes as you make this landmark crossing from Europe into Asia.

  • Day 34

    Suez Canal (scenic cruising)

    Sit back and enjoy your cruise through the Suez Canal, one of the world’s most impressive man-made waterways that takes in the sights of Port Said, Ismailia and Suez along the way. Keep your camera ready to capture this famous engineering marvel.

    Suez Canal

    Day 34

    Suez Canal (scenic cruising)

    Sit back and enjoy your cruise through the Suez Canal, one of the world’s most impressive man-made waterways that takes in the sights of Port Said, Ismailia and Suez along the way. Keep your camera ready to capture this famous engineering marvel.

  • Day 35

    At Sea

    For those passengers who like to be active on their holidays, the Explorer of the Seas® offers a wealth of opportunities to keep fit, have fun and probably try something you’ve never done in your life before. Head to the fully equipped gym for a work out or try a yoga class.

    Fitness Center

    Day 35

    At Sea

    For those passengers who like to be active on their holidays, the Explorer of the Seas® offers a wealth of opportunities to keep fit, have fun and probably try something you’ve never done in your life before. Head to the fully equipped gym for a work out or try a yoga class.

  • Day 36

    Piraeus (Athens)

    Europe’s ancient capital has many stories to tell as you explore ancient landmarks where much of western civilisation, literature and philosophy was born. While the skyline is still dominated by the magnificent Acropolis, modern Athens is a bustling city with vibrant open air restaurants and cafes.

    Parthenon Temple on the Acropolis in Athens

    Day 36

    Piraeus (Athens)

    Europe’s ancient capital has many stories to tell as you explore ancient landmarks where much of western civilisation, literature and philosophy was born. While the skyline is still dominated by the magnificent Acropolis, modern Athens is a bustling city with vibrant open air restaurants and cafes.

  • Day 37

    At Sea

    From craft ales to expertly-mixed cocktails, casual poolside bars to elegant evening venues, your perfect pub is here on board Explorer of the Seas®. Relax and enjoy a drink at the end of a busy day and test your knowledge by taking part in one of the trivia quizzes in the Schooner Bar.

    Elegant Evening Venues

    Day 37

    At Sea

    From craft ales to expertly-mixed cocktails, casual poolside bars to elegant evening venues, your perfect pub is here on board Explorer of the Seas®. Relax and enjoy a drink at the end of a busy day and test your knowledge by taking part in one of the trivia quizzes in the Schooner Bar.

  • Day 38

    Valletta

    Malta’s capital, Valletta, is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world and the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its elegant, honey-coloured limestone streets have a timeless atmosphere and visitors will find an exciting array of restaurants and a vibrant arts scene.

    Skyline from Marsans Harbour, Valletta

    Day 38

    Valletta

    Malta’s capital, Valletta, is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world and the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its elegant, honey-coloured limestone streets have a timeless atmosphere and visitors will find an exciting array of restaurants and a vibrant arts scene.

  • Day 39

    At Sea

    Why not try something completely different today? Climb the rock wall for some incredible sea views from the top or catch some waves on the FlowRider®. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, you’ll have a great time trying out this surf simulator.

    Rock Climbing

    Day 39

    At Sea

    Why not try something completely different today? Climb the rock wall for some incredible sea views from the top or catch some waves on the FlowRider®. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, you’ll have a great time trying out this surf simulator.

  • Day 40

    Barcelona

    Barcelona is a sophisticated and bustling city with extraordinary art and architecture. Get a taste of Catalan culture on the world-famous boulevard, Las Ramblas; visit Antoni Gaudí’s extraordinary masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia; sample some traditional tapas or feel the sand between your toes on sandy beaches.

    Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

    Day 40

    Barcelona

    Barcelona is a sophisticated and bustling city with extraordinary art and architecture. Get a taste of Catalan culture on the world-famous boulevard, Las Ramblas; visit Antoni Gaudí’s extraordinary masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia; sample some traditional tapas or feel the sand between your toes on sandy beaches.

  • Day 41

    Valencia

    Valencia is a picturesque resort known for its pavement cafes, parties and paella. The old city holds the Valencia Cathedral, where you can climb the octagonal Miguelete Bell Tower to see sweeping views. In the new town you’ll see the ultramodern ‘City of Arts and Sciences’ with its soaring glass palaces.

    Peniscola, Valencia

    Day 41

    Valencia

    Valencia is a picturesque resort known for its pavement cafes, parties and paella. The old city holds the Valencia Cathedral, where you can climb the octagonal Miguelete Bell Tower to see sweeping views. In the new town you’ll see the ultramodern ‘City of Arts and Sciences’ with its soaring glass palaces.

  • Day 42

    Cartagena

    History enthusiasts will love Cartagena and its fascinating past. Thanks to its position on the Murcia coast, it has been inhabited by different civilisations and cultures, including the Romans, Byzantines and Moors. As a result, the city boasts numerous museums and landmarks that reveal secrets about its layered history.

    Beautiful Facade in Cartagena

    Day 42

    Cartagena

    History enthusiasts will love Cartagena and its fascinating past. Thanks to its position on the Murcia coast, it has been inhabited by different civilisations and cultures, including the Romans, Byzantines and Moors. As a result, the city boasts numerous museums and landmarks that reveal secrets about its layered history.

  • Day 43

    Gibraltar

    This island is full of British quirks - afternoon tea, fish and chips and traditional pubs – and has a long and fascinating history due to its strategic position between Africa and Europe. Explore its iconic rock and watch out for the cheeky Barbary macaques.

    Rock of Gibraltar

    Day 43

    Gibraltar

    This island is full of British quirks - afternoon tea, fish and chips and traditional pubs – and has a long and fascinating history due to its strategic position between Africa and Europe. Explore its iconic rock and watch out for the cheeky Barbary macaques.

  • Day 44

    At Sea

    As day gives way to the evening there’s enough variety on the Explorer of the Seas® to pick a new entertainment experience each night of your holiday. The beautiful main Palace Theatre hosts the kind of glitzy and glamorous musical extravaganzas you’d normally only find in the West End and you’ll be amazed by the spectacular ice rink performances.

    Glamorous Musical Extravaganzas

    Day 44

    At Sea

    As day gives way to the evening there’s enough variety on the Explorer of the Seas® to pick a new entertainment experience each night of your holiday. The beautiful main Palace Theatre hosts the kind of glitzy and glamorous musical extravaganzas you’d normally only find in the West End and you’ll be amazed by the spectacular ice rink performances.

  • Day 45

    Gijon

    Your final stop is the lively city of Gijon on Spain’s northern coastline, with its cobbled streets and colourful buildings. The ancient heart of the city is the old fishermen’s quarter on the Cimadevilla headland but the latest developments, including pedestrian areas, parks and seafront walks with cultural attractions and some interesting bars and restaurants will delight visitors too.

    San Pedro Church, Gijon

    Day 45

    Gijon

    Your final stop is the lively city of Gijon on Spain’s northern coastline, with its cobbled streets and colourful buildings. The ancient heart of the city is the old fishermen’s quarter on the Cimadevilla headland but the latest developments, including pedestrian areas, parks and seafront walks with cultural attractions and some interesting bars and restaurants will delight visitors too.

  • Day 46

    At Sea

    Many passengers on the Explorer of the Seas® choose to take most of their meals in the main, three-tier restaurant’s Columbus, Da Gama and Magellan rooms. And who can blame them? This majestic dining hall offers the traditional cruise arrangement of set-time sittings or the opportunity to dine whenever you want, just turn up to be seated.

    Dining Room, Explorer of the Seas®

    Day 46

    At Sea

    Many passengers on the Explorer of the Seas® choose to take most of their meals in the main, three-tier restaurant’s Columbus, Da Gama and Magellan rooms. And who can blame them? This majestic dining hall offers the traditional cruise arrangement of set-time sittings or the opportunity to dine whenever you want, just turn up to be seated.

  • Day 47

    Southampton – Disembark Explorer of the Seas®

    Today you’ll return to Southampton where you’ll disembark Explorer of the Seas® and transfer to London for your two night stay. London is one of the most visited cities in the world, and for good reason. Home to famous landmarks such as Big Ben and the Tower of London, the skyline is about as iconic as they come.

    Big Ben, London

    Day 47

    Southampton – Disembark Explorer of the Seas®

    Today you’ll return to Southampton where you’ll disembark Explorer of the Seas® and transfer to London for your two night stay. London is one of the most visited cities in the world, and for good reason. Home to famous landmarks such as Big Ben and the Tower of London, the skyline is about as iconic as they come.

  • Day 48

    London

    Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or see the ancient sculptures and Egyptian mummies at the British Museum; England’s capital is bursting with history, culture and attractions to capture the imagination. With some of the best museums and art galleries in the world, leafy parks and charming pubs, London provides a fitting end to your world cruise.

    London at Night

    Day 48

    London

    Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or see the ancient sculptures and Egyptian mummies at the British Museum; England’s capital is bursting with history, culture and attractions to capture the imagination. With some of the best museums and art galleries in the world, leafy parks and charming pubs, London provides a fitting end to your world cruise.

Explorer of the Seas®

The amazing Explorer of the Seas® offers exciting entertainment and family-friendly activities for a fantastic cruise holiday of a lifetime. There’s a superb variety of high-quality dining options and brilliant themed bars and lounges where you can be thrilled by live shows and bands. Royal Caribbean’s excellent range of games, parties and fun educational programmes for kids of all ages, with dedicated rooms for youngsters and teens, means mums and dads can enjoy plenty of quality ‘adult time’. This is a ship that offers the most fabulous holiday experience for families, couples or single travellers.

Key Facts

Entered service: 01/10/2000

Number of Decks: 14

Passenger Capacity: 3,114

Total Crew: 1,181

Number of Cabins: 1,557

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 3

Number of Restaurants: 5

Formal Nights: Yes

Kids Club: Yes

Great places to visit on board:

Vitality Spa

With a wide range of indulgent treatments, there’s no better way to spoil yourself on board.

Solarium

Relax in this tranquil space reserved just for adults with refreshing pools and comfortable loungers.

Ice Rink

Whizz around the ice rink or watch the spectacular shows featuring professional ice dancers.

Prices
Interior
$8,999 pp
Ocean View
$10,499 pp
Balcony
$11,999 pp
Suite
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