Enjoy an unforgettable music filled 8 night cruise from Bucharest to Budapest taking in the Danube Delta. How about a Beatles singalong, or even getting up to do a Beatles karaoke with the Fairports as your backing band? Wouldn’t that be a video to impress friends and embarrass the grand children!

Peggy is threatening to tell a few tales which couldn’t be included in his recent book ‘Off the Pegg’, and Gerry might teach you how to play the cajon, whilst Ric and Chris are planning solo and duo sets. And…. who could have expected this …. a couple of band members would like to demonstrate their abilities in performing magic tricks and stand-up comedy!

This is a once (or maybe twice!) in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy ‘up close and personal’ the many and varied talents of Simon, Peggy, Gerry, Chris and Ric, and they are as excited as we are about the 6 evenings of on board entertainment being planned.

There will be songs old and new from the Fairports of course, but so much more as well aboard the newest addition to the Amadeus Fleet ~ The MS Amadeus Star, your luxurious floating home from home. With only 150 guests on board, it's more like a floating boutique hotel. You really don't want to miss this ....

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What's included
  • Overnight in Bucharest with Dinner & Bucharest City Tour
  • Large, outside river-view staterooms, most with French balconies (wall to wall drop down window) or walk-out balconies
  • Free-flowing red & white wines from Europe’s famous wine regions, beer & soft drinks with every lunch and dinner on board
  • Gourmet dining every night
  • Services of an experienced English-speaking onboard Cruise Director
  • 24 hour tea/coffee station​
  • 6 nights of programmed entertainment (1st and last night will be impromptu)
  • Bottled water in every stateroom
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi onboard
  • Complimentary use of onboard bicycles
  • All local taxes & port charges
  • Optional Excursion Package available (please ask for details)
  • Airport transfers on 29/09/21 & 08/10/21

Flights to Bucharest and from Budapest not included. This gives you the flexibility to travel pre/post cruise if you wish and from the airport of your choice. We are happy to assist with flight bookings as well as pre/post cruise stays.


DAY 1 - TRAVEL TO BUCHAREST (flights not included)

  • After landing at Otopeni Airport, Bucharest, you will be welcomed and transferred to a centrally located 4 or 5-star hotel. Enjoy your Welcome Dinner and overnight accommodation.


  • After breakfast, check out of the hotel and begin a full day exploration of the capital city of Romania, the “Paris of the East”. Our adventure begins with a panoramic city tour which includes a stop at the impressive Parliament Palace. Construction began in 1984 under the Communist leader Nicolae Ceausescu, it is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon in the United States.
  • Continue along the city’s broad boulevards, past the opera house and the Triumph Arch – modelled after the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
  • After lunch in a local restaurant, continue on foot through the historic centre of Bucharest. Visit the Stavropoleos Church (dating back to 1724), which is one of the oldest Orthodox churches in the city, and the Romanian Orthodox Church.
  • The afternoon concludes with a transfer to the Danube port of Fetesti, for embarkation. After settling into your cabin, join your fellow sailors for dinner.


  • The natural beauty of the Danube Delta is on full display today. Spend the morning cruising Sfantu Gheorghe (Saint George), one of the 3 main channels that make up the Danube Delta.
  • At the meeting of the Black Sea and the Danube, this UNESCO site hosts 27 different ecosystems and is home to many unique species of birds, fish, and other creatures. From the fisherman’s village of Saint George, observe daily life for the people who inhabit this fertile delta.
  • For those wishing to delve further into the scenic waterways, the optional Delta Safari boat excursion awaits.
  • Enjoy the sunset over the waters of the Danube Delta as we depart and begin our journey back up the Danube.
  • After dinner, join Fairport in the lounge for the evening's entertainment.


  • During breakfast arrive in the small Romanian city, Hirsova. Explore the famous ancient Roman Ruins of Carsium, and the Lipovan Church, a unique structure which stands high above the city. In the distance you can see the Cliffs of Danube, the Black Sea Coast, and on a clear day, even Constanta, the oldest continually inhabited city in Romania.
  • Constanta is an important cultural and economic centre, home to the famous Genoese Lighthouse, the Archaeology Park, and the Great Mahmudiye Mosque.
  • This evening, enjoy dinner and music in the lounge.


  • This morning, the ship reaches the southernmost harbour on the Danube - Svishtov - which is situated on the Bulgarian side of the river.
  • For those wanting to explore a little farther inland, an optional excursion including lunch is offered to the enchanting Veliko Tarnovo, the oldest town in Bulgaria. This pretty town is located on the steep banks of the river Yantra at the foot of the Balkan Mountains. High on a peak is the remains of the medieval town of Tsarevets, where 22 tsars made history in the 2nd Bulgarian empire.
  • The flagships of the neighbouring museum village of Arbanassi consist of the Church of the Nativity, adorned with splendid murals, and the rose oil, which is a speciality of this picturesque town. After a delicious lunch in a local restaurant, return to the ship which will have move up river to in Nikopol.
  • Back onboard your crew awaits with a delicious dinner.
  • This evening join Fairport in the lounge for more music and fun.


  • The natural beauty of the mighty Danube River is on full display as we make our way around bends and through the picturesque “Iron Gates”. This beautiful passage is named “Iron Gates” after the two hydroelectric dams that control the water flow.
  • Watch from the deck as we pass through the narrow gorge between the Carpathian and Balkan mountains that form the natural border between Serbia and Romania.
  • Keep an eye out for the many caves and rock sculptures hiding among the steep hills overlooking the Danube.
  • Entertainment in the lounge.


  • After breakfast, arrive in Belgrade, one of the oldest European cities and the capital of Serbia. The city lies at the juncture of the Danube and the Sava Rivers. The “White City” is one of the most historically rich and important places in all of Serbia.
  • From the Kalemegdan-Belgrade fortress, there's an impressive panoramic view over the Danube and the Sava Rivers. Once an important military fortification, it now serves as the central park of Belgrade.
  • Be sure to see the National Museum, the Parliament, the Terazije square, and the palace of Princess Ljubica. Another highlight is the St. Sava Temple, the largest Orthodox Church in Serbia. The city has a bustling pedestrian area with plenty of shops and markets ripe for exploration.
  • Late afternoon continue our journey along the Danube towards Budapest.


  • This morning visit the tiny harbour town of Mohács, a melting pot of nations.
  • Two important battles took place in the fields around this town, which had a huge impact on European history. The battle in 1526 was lost and was the beginning of the reign of the Ottoman Empire over the country for the next century and a half. In 1687 the Austrian troops and Habsburg allies overturned the empire and regained the cities of the Danube.
  • This afternoon relax onboard or join the optional excursion to the Puszta.


  • Early this morning we dock in Budapest, the capital and largest city of Hungary. A large portion of this city is a World Heritage Site, including the banks of the Danube, Andrassy Avenue, the Buda Castle quarter, Heroes’ Square, and the Millennium Underground Railway. With 80 geothermal hot springs, the third largest Parliament building in the world, and the second largest Synagogue, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy in this bustling city.
  • A visit to the covered market is a feast for the senses. The market is a favourite with the locals for the fresh produce, seafood and spices, including the famous Hungarian paprika. After the day’s explorations an evening cruise down the Danube to see this beautiful city by night.


  • After another delicious breakfast on board, we disembark and head for the airport.
  • Optional post cruise stays in Budapest available on request.
Date Day Harbour Arr/Dep Time Remarks
29.09.21 Wed Bucharest Airport pick up and transfer to Hotel (incl) Dinner at the Hotel (incl)
30.09.21 Thu Bucharest Check out after breakfast (breakfast incl) (incl) City tour of Bucharest (incl)
Transfer to ship
30.09.21 Thu Fetesti DEP 17:00 Check -In
01.10.21 Fri Danube Delta Cruise the St George branch to the Black Sea
01.10.21 Fri St.George ARR 9:00 Danube Delta nature experience (book on board)*
01.10.21 Fri St.George DEP 15:00
02.10.21 Sat Hirsova ARR 7:00 Excursion to Constanta and the Black Sea coast*
02.10.21 Sat Hirsova DEP 8:00
02.10.21 Sat Fetesti ARR 12:00 Excursion rejoins ship
02.10.21 Sat Fetesti DEP 12:30
03.10.21 Sun Svistov ARR 8:00 Excursion to Veliko Tarnovo & Arbaniassi *
03.10.21 Sun Svistov DEP 9:00
03.10.21 Sun Nikopol ARR 13:00 Excursion rejoins ship
03.10.21 Sun Nikopol DEP 16:00
04.10.21 Mon Iron Gates Cruise day with passage of the Iron Gates
05.10.21 Tue Belgrade ARR 9:30 Morning city tour of Belgrade *
05.10.21 Tue Belgrade DEP 16:30
06.10.21 Wed Mohács ARR 11:30 Great Hungarian Puszta tour *
06.10.21 Wed Mohács DEP 14:00
06.10.21 Wed Kalocsa ARR 19:00 Excursion rejoins ship
06.10.21 Wed Kalocsa DEP 20:00
07.10.21 Thu Budapest ARR 8:00 City tour of Budapest *
08.10.21 Fri Budapest Disembark after breakfast
* Itinerary subject to amendment / Excursions optional extra


Prices are per person and do not include flights. Please contact us if you require assistance with your travel arrangements.

Please note: a deposit of £200pp is required to secure your booking.

Suite Mozart Deck £3,399
A1 Mozart Deck £2,899
B1 Strauss Deck £2,599
B1 Solo Occupancy Strauss Deck £3,459
B4 Strauss Deck £2,399
C1 Haydn Deck £1,999
C1 Solo Occupancy Haydn Deck £2,999
C4 Haydn Deck



The AMADEUS STAR, a masterpiece of engineering and ship design, joined the fleet in April 2019. The ship offers a total of 70 spacious deluxe cabins and 12 AMADEUS Suites. The AMADEUS STAR cabins on the Mozart and Strauss Deck also feature lowerable panoramic windows which extend across the entire cabin front and have been specially designed for the AMADEUS ships. All deluxe cabins and suites offer comfortable, spacious bathrooms, infotainment systems, flat screen television, telephone, cabin safe, minibar and air conditioning which can be individually regulated. Furthermore, the suites feature a comfortable corner sofa, luxurious bathroom and walk-out external balcony.




Q: Are flights included?
No, you are responsible for your own travel arrangements to and from the ship.  However, we are happy to assist with booking flights on your behalf.  Please contact us for details if you require assistance.

Q: Which airport do I need to fly into / home from?
A: The ship departs from Bucharest so your arrival airport will be Bucharest (OTP) and the cruise ends in Budapest. The closest international airport is Budapest International (BUD).

Q: Are airport transfers included?
Transfers are included from Bucharest Airport to your Hotel on 29 September, onward to the ship on 30 September and from the ship to Budapest Airport on 08 October. 

Should you opt to extend your stay at the end of your cruise, you will be responsible for your own transfer to the airport.

Q: What time can I board the ship on Embarkation day?
You can normally board from 1pm but your stateroom may not be available until after 3pm.  You will be able to enjoy the ship's facilities until your room is ready to be occupied.

Q: What time is disembarkation from?
As the ship has a quick turnaround, you will be required to vacate your cabin after breakfast on the day of departure.  If you have a late flight or transfer you may be able to store your luggage on board until later in the day, depending on the ship’s itinerary.  The crew on board will be happy to assist.

Q: Is there WiFi on board?
A: Yes, WiFi is provided in all public areas of the ship.  However, during the trip the signal may be weaker in certain sections of the route.

Q: Is there an elevator on board?
All AMADEUS ships have a guest elevator, which operates between the Mozart and Haydn decks. The sun deck is not accessible by elevator.

Q: What is the dress code on board?
A: We want to you feel comfortable on board, the dress code is casual during the day and in the evening smart casual.  Think what would I wear for a meal out in a restaurant at home?

Q: What is the electrical current on board?
A: The voltage in hotels and onboard ship is 230V, European standard. To use any electrical product that is not dual voltage (e.g. from the US, Canada, Australia or the UK), you will need a plug adaptor and some devices will require an electrical converter. Many electronic devices have built-in electrical converters, however please check the manufacturer’s specifications for details. A two-pole adaptor is also available at reception.

Q: Mooring and Docking
A: Local river authorities allocate docking space around ship arrivals and departures in port. Occasionally port conditions require ships to tie up alongside each other, in which case guests may be required to walk through another ship to access their own ship. This is part of the river cruise experience and is perfectly normal and beyond our control. Guests may experience obstructed views from staterooms when the ship is docked. 

Q: What is the currency on board the ship?
A: The currency on board all AMADEUS ships is EURO. However, you may also settle your account in (GBP) Sterling or (USD) American Dollars.

Q: What about gratuities?
A: Gratuities for the ship’s staff and crew are not included in your cruise price. You may pre-pay gratuities through our office with a suggested amount of USD 12.00 / EUR 11.00 per person per day. Alternatively, you may wish to tip onboard in cash or add a gratuity to your onboard account. 

Gratuities for drivers and guides for optional excursions are not included in the excursion price. A suggested amount is 1-2 EUR per person for half day excursion & 2-3 EUR per person for the full day excursion given directly to the guide and driver.

What to pack:
The following items are essential for any destination: sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, and maybe an umbrella. It is recommended that you bring duplicates of prescription eye wear, copies of prescriptions for any medications (generic equivalents are usually easier to obtain), copies of credit card information, and copies of your passport information pages.

An adaptor / transformer may be necessary (the on-board power supply is 230V AC/50 Hz) if you bring any electronic devices with you.

Comfortable, casual clothing is appropriate both onshore and onboard and we suggest lightweight clothing that can be layered. Shorts are appropriate for most tours, however long pants may be required for inside visits on some excursions. Your cruise manager will advise when and if this is required. You may find a significant amount of walking over uneven terrain during your time ashore. We recommend comfortable walking shoes with good ankle support. Sturdy sandals are another good option.

Don’t forget to pack a lightweight, waterproof jacket (preferably hooded) or even a heavier-weight wind-breaker for cooler temperatures. Also, keep in mind that the ship, coaches and other venues visited on our itinerary are air conditioned and may be quite cool. We recommend that you pack a lightweight sweater or long sleeve shirts and carry them with you on excursions.


Owing to the variety of available excursions it‘s often difficult to choose between them - so on this cruise we offer you tailor-made and carefully composed sets of excursions that you can book in advance with 15% discount. All excursions can of course also be booked individually at regular rates on board.

On all our excursions you’ll be provided with a wireless AMADEUS listening device. The receiver can be worn quite comfortably around the neck or carried in a bag. The comfortable headphones allow you to hear your experienced tour guide’s explanations with the very best acoustic quality. Enjoy complete freedom of movement, without missing any of the interesting commentary. 

Important Information:

  • All excursions can be booked in advance or aboard. (For organisational reasons, some excursions can only be booked aboard).
  • Minimum participation for excursions by bus: 20 people.
  • Minimum participation for excursions on foot: 12 people.
  • The schedule of individual excursions can vary; this is partly due to the volume of traffic in the cities and the opening hours of facilities.
  • Please remember to wear sturdy shoes as well as comfortable, waterproof clothing when attending the excursions.
  • When exploring on your own, please remember to return to the vessel in time for its departure. If you miss the departure, you have to travel to the next port at your own expense. You will find the all aboard time in the daily programme.
  • Itineraries and prices are subject to alterations.

Walking Grade:

Some excursions involve a fair amount of walking, sometimes over uneven surfaces. The following coding system has been used to assist with identifying which excursions are appropriate for you. Please ask your cruise director for additional information as required.

    • LEVEL 1: Minimum walking; excursion by bus with short photo stops.
    • LEVEL 2: The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs.
    • LEVEL 3: The excursion by bus is followed by a longer walk. You may need to climb several stairs.
    • LEVEL 4: Moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs.
    • LEVEL 5: Considerable walk with longer distances. This may include uneven surfaces and some stairs.

Owing to the variety of available excursions it‘s often difficult to choose between them - so on this cruise we offer you tailor-made and carefully composed sets of excursions that you can book in advance with 15% discount. All excursions can of course also be booked individually at regular rates
Cruise Highlights Price A B C
City tour of Bucharest including Lunch (Included)
Danube Delta / Delta Safari (Bookable on board only) £63
Excursion to Constanta and the Black Sea Coast £44
Excursion to Veliko Tarnovo with Arbanassi and lunch £67
City tour Belgrade £30
Excursion to the Puszta £53
City tour of Budapest £29
Excursion to the Royal Palace of Gödöllö £40
On Board Package Price £103 £170 £263
Price for packages booked in advance -15% £88 £144 £223


This city tour explores the capital city of Romania, also known as the “Paris of the East”.  Driving along the city’s magnificent boulevards, lined with impressive buildings, you will discover its certain Gallic flair. A short guided walk through the newly designed pedestrian area of the historic center will take you back in time 500 years. Among the old commercial streets and buildings, you shall visit Stravropoleos Church which is Romanian Orthodox, dating back to 1724, and is one of the oldest churches in the city. The tour ends with a photo stop at the impressive Palace of the Parliament. The palace, previously known as the “People’s House”, is one of the largest buildings in Europe and was constructed between 1983 and 1989. Enjoy lunch in a Romanian restaurant. 

Duration: approx. 6 hrs
Walking Grade: 2 - The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs. 


Experience the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve, which is the second largest delta in Europe and covers an area of 5800 km², of which 72% with an area of 4178 km² are under protection.  
Your journey begins at the end of the oldest and wildest arm of the Danube at the small fishing village called Sfîntu Gheorghe (St. George). Enjoy an unforgettable tour with our Delta safari boats through the Danube Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with unique flora and fauna. Your trip takes you through the Sahalin Lagoon, the Ciotica Channel and passes by the oldest fish processing centers in the Danube Delta. Discover the unique habitat of waterfowl, fish and a plant world that is still largely untouched in its beauty. In fact, the Danube Delta has the largest reed-covered area in the world.  

Duration: approx. 2.5 hrs
Walking Grade: 2 - The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs.


Discover Constanta, the biggest port of Romania by a guided tour and the Black Sea Coast on this trip. This ancient metropolis by the sea, founded by Greek colonists under the name of Tomis during the 6th century BC, is considered Romania’s longest continually inhabited city, as well as its chief port. A walk into the historic part of the city features views over the Great Mosque, the Casino and the Genovese Lighthouse. A short visit to History and Archaeology museum will reveal the city’s 2.5 millennia history and detail its blend of cultures. Step on the golden sandy beaches of the Black Sea before returning to the ship.  

Duration: approx. 5 hrs
Walking Grade: 3 - The excursion by bus is followed by a longer walk. You may need to climb several stairs.


A comfohvTable bus drive through the Danube plains takes you to the museum village of Arbanassi with its unique houses that look like small fortesses. Arbanassi is famous for its painted churches and artist market. Use the coffee break to enjoy the splendid view from the terrace over one of the most picturesque and quaint places in Bulgaria at the foot of the Balkan Mountains – the city of Veliko Tarnovo. Have a look inside an authentic Middle Ages house, the “Konstantsalieva”, to see the amazing amenities wealthy families in Arbanassi had two centuries ago. Enter the richly decorated Nativity Church to admire some of the earliest frescoes in the region. Discover Bulgarian cuisine during lunch in a local restaurant. Continue to Veliko Tarnovo, the famous Medieval capital of Bulgaria, with more than 5000 years of history. Take breathtaking pictures during the photo stop at the Tsarevets Fortress and learn about the history of Bulgarian kings. Search for a special souvenir made cherishing centuries-old traditions during a stroll through the Craftspeople street (Samovodska charshia). 

Duration: approx. 6 hrs
Walking Grade: 2 - The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs. 


Belgrade, one of the oldest European cities and the capital of Serbia, lies at the junction of the Danube and the Sava. The city boasts a large number of monuments from different areas and different cultures.  

First, the tour takes you to the Kalemegdan fortress, where you’ll have an impressive panoramic view over the Danube and the Sava Rivers. Afterwards, you can see the National Museum, the parliament, the Terazije square and the palace of princess Ljubica. Another highlight is the St. Sava Cathedral, the largest Orthodox church in the world. After a refreshment break at a local restaurant, our tour ends with a visit to the pedestrian zone where you will find many shops and art galleries. 

Duration: approx. 3.5 hrs
Walking Grade: 2 - The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs. 


We invite you for a historical journey to see how paprika became the “red gold” of the Kalocsa Region. A visit to the “Paprika House” will give you the opportunity to taste cakes filled and baked with paprika, and other products made from paprika. Then you will walk through the 19th-century home of a local upper-class farmer family. You will be able to enjoy a short folk dance performance and local ladies, dressed in their embroidered costumes, will demonstrate old crafts, such as embroidery or painting eggs.  

Thereafter, we will take you to the Hungarian Puszta to enjoy the scenery of the endless plain, where the sky stretches endlessly into the horizon, giving the impression of unlimited freedom. Enjoy the hospitality of the hostesses and riders wearing traditional costumes, quench your thirst with cool red or white wine or apple juice, taste the breakfast of Hungarian peasants and admire the galloping of the beautiful Hungarian half-blood horses. Do not miss the wagon ride which will complete the experience. 

Duration: approx. 4 hrs
Walking Grade: 2 - The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs.


Budapest, the “Queen of the Danube”, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has managed to retain a charm of its own with the help of renovations in recent years. The Danube flows through the heart of the city, dividing it into two parts: Buda and Pest. The tour first takes you through Pest, past the Great Market Hall with its outstanding gourmet shops and stalls.  

You will see splendid Baroque buildings such as the Hungarian State Opera in Neo-Renaissance style and the incomparable parliament building, which was finished in 1904 and has been an emblem of the city ever since then. There’s an opportunity for a photo stop at the Heroes’ Square, famous for its monuments to many Hungarian kings. Continue across one of the seven bridges into Buda and go up to Castle Hill, where you will visit St. Matthew’s Church and the famous Fisherman’s Bastion (provided that it is open to the public). Enjoy the unforgettable view over the city before returning to the vessel.  

Duration: approx. 3.5 hrs  
Walking Grade: 2 - The excursion by bus is followed by a moderate walking tour. You may need to climb some stairs.


The Royal Palace of Gödöllö, which is located close to Budapest, was built in the 18th century. The castle was once the favourite summer residence of Empress Elisabeth and Emperor Franz Josef of Austria. In 1867, this noble estate was the coronation gift of Hungary to the royal couple. Nestled in an enormous park, it is the largest and most attractive complex of Baroque buildings in Hungary. In recent years it has been lovingly refurbished and you can visit the splendid ballroom with its beautiful, marble stucco details, as well as the apartments of the royal couple.  

Duration: approx. 3 hrs
Walking Grade: 3 - The excursion by bus is followed by a longer walk. You may need to climb several stairs.


  • Rosie G, Notts
    Another fabulous river cruise organised by Harmony Voyages with entertainment from Show of Hands, Broom Bezzums and Flossie Malavialle. Everything was perfect - the accommodation on board, the friendly and attentive crew, the cordon bleu food and of course the live music. Can’t wait for the next one!
    Rosie G, Notts
  • Jenny H, Somerset
    Booked a Folk Music river cruise along the Danube (Bucharest to Budapest), with 2 nights’ stay at both cities either side of the cruise. The attention to detail for preferred flight bookings and hotels, along with transfer arrangements, were marvellous. And the river cruise? FANTASTIC! Lovely ship, food and drinks, and on-board staff. Excellent range of excursions to suit various interests and abilities along the lovely river journey. And to top it all, we were entertained by the amazing Show of Hands, Flossie, and Broom Bezzums! What could be better
    Jenny H, Somerset
  • Peter and Julie Hall, Tarporley
    We have been on a number of river cruises and folk festivals with you. Andy and Angela, and their team, have always provided a first class, personal, and professional service and are always on hand to answer any queries or resolve any issues promptly and effectively. They are always striving to improve their customer service altering things where necessary. We have no doubt that ‘Harmony Voyages’ will be a big success and would have no hesitation in giving our highest recommendation.
    Peter and Julie Hall, Tarporley
  • Karen, Harrow
    So well organised, value for money. Unbelievable service. Would definitely book again
    Karen, Harrow
  • Peter Tyers, Norwich
    Good music, good company, good food, and good ships - what’s not to like? Oh, and the organisation is very good as well and that’s very important. My trips so far have not been the cheapest but they have been excellent - they wonderfully illustrate why value-for-money is so much better than cheap. Roll on the next one!
    Peter Tyers, Norwich