Bristol to Hong Kong, 5 January 2021 (65 nights)

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Ship:
Marco Polo
Line:
Cruise and Maritime
Departure:
Bristol
Depart Date:
5th January 2021
Duration:
65 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
View 154 reviews
Cruise Type:
Cruise Only
Inside from
was £10,319 pp £5,005 pp
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Outside from
was £14,289 pp £6,930 pp
OG guaranteed cabin fare
Single from
was £22,019 £10,679

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Cruise Id: 217400

Holiday Features

  • Waldorf and Marco's restaurant
  • Ensuite cabin accommodation
  • Meals onboard in both formal and relaxed restaurants
  • Afternoon teas and late night snacks
  • Fitness centre / Gymnasium
  • Library, Shopping Boutiques & Card Room
  • Pool and Jacuzzis
  • Wellness centre
  • High quality evening entertainment
  • All Port taxes
  • Informative Guest Lecture Programme
Marco Polo - Adult only, Intimate, 800 Guests.
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Bristol
Bristol
Bristol is a city, unitary authority area and ceremonial county in South West England, with an estimated population of 433,100 for the unitary authority in 2009 and a surrounding Larger Urban Zone with an estimated 1,006, 600 residents, it is England's sixth, and the United Kingdom's eighth most populous city, one of the group of English Core Cities and the most populous city in South West England.
2 Cork (Cobh)
Cork (Cobh)
In Cork see St. Finbarr’s Cathedral, Cork Museum and the 19th century Cork Jail, and kiss the Blarney Stone. Then enjoy the cultural heritage in Dublin with visits to Trinity College, Temple Bar and bustling O’Connell Street.
3 At Sea
4 La Coruna
La Coruna
Named the Crystal City, Corunna is a real mixture of old and new, with old town features and many new glass fronted buildings facing the harbour. The city is the site of the Roman Tower of Hercules, which is a lighthouse that has been in continuous operation for nearly 2,000 years. It has been declared by the UNESCO as Human Heritage.
5 At Sea
6 Gibraltar
Gibraltar
In Gibraltar, take advantage of the incredible views from Europa Point and visit the underground chambers of St Michael's cave- watch out for the Barbary Apes though!
7-8 At Sea - 2 days
9 Valletta
Valletta
As you sail into Malta, you are treated to a breathtaking landscape of soaring steeples and church domes.
10-11 At Sea - 2 days
12 Limassol
Limassol
A beautiful island, said to be the birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus is blessed with olive groves and beaches a plenty.
13-14 Ashdod - Overnight onboard
Ashdod - Overnight onboard
Ashdod is the fifth-largest city in Israel, located in the Southern District of the country, on the Mediterranean coast, located 32 kilometres (20 mi) south of Tel Aviv and 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of Ashkelon and 53 kilometres (33 mi) west of Jerusalem. Ashdod is an important regional industrial center. The Port of Ashdod is Israel's largest port accounting for 60% of the country's imported goods.
15 Suez Canal Transit
Suez Canal Transit
Lying at the Red Sea end of the Suez Canal, the busy Egyptian port of Suez can also be your starting point for exciting trips to Cairo and the Pyramids at Giza. If your ship goes through the Canal, be out on deck throughout the transit, as it is one of the world’s most fascinating maritime experiences, creating the bizarre impression that you are sailing right through the dry heart of the desert. The present, 101-mile-long Canal took 15 years to build, was completed in 1869 and shaved a mere 7,000 miles off the journey from England to India. It is the second to cross the Isthmus of Suez – the first was constructed in the 5th century BC and was in use until the 8th century.
16 Aqaba (for Petra)
Aqaba (for Petra)
Aqaba, an ancient city carved from ochre-coloured sandstone cliffs, guaranteed to mesmerise.
17 Hurghada
18-24 At Sea - 7 days
25 Mumbai (Bombay)
Mumbai (Bombay)
Mumbai formerly known as Bombay in English, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India, and the fourth most populous city in the world.
26 Mormugao
27 At Sea
28 Cochin, India
Cochin, India
The view of the harbour is immediately recognisable even if you have never cruised to this uniquely picturesque Indian port before. For the lines of fishing nets gracefully hanging down from bamboo frames along the waterfront have inspired artists and hotographers ever since this Chinese fishing style was imported into Indias Kerala region. It is a magical welcome to a mystical place, especially its old town - Fort Kochi (Cochin). This not only has a 16th century Portuguese-built church but a 17th century synagogue for the small community that still remains from the Jewish settlers who arrived 2,000 years ago.
29-31 At Sea - 3 days
32 Port Blair, Andaman
33-34 At Sea - 2 days
35 Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
For Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur cruise ships must dock at the deepwater cruise port Kelang, which is 90 minutes drive away. This, though, is good news for cruise visitors because, along the way to the capital, you not only see the magnificent Salahuddin ‘Blue’ Mosque - the largest in southeast Asia with room for 16,000 worshippers - but also visit the Batu Caves where a stone staircase with 272 steps leads up to a Hindu Shrine. If you make the effort, you are rewarded with the company of scores of monkeys which live around the caves.
36-38 At Sea - 3 days
39 Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
40 Sandakan
41 At Sea
42 Manila
Manila
Manila is the capital of the Philippines. It is one of the sixteen cities forming Metro Manila. Manila is located on the eastern shores of Manila Bay and is bordered by Navotas and Caloocan to the north, Quezon City to the northeast, San Juan and Mandaluyong to the east, Makati on the southeast, and Pasay to the south.
43-44 At Sea - 2 days
45 Taipei (Keelung)
Taipei (Keelung)
Energetic and eclectic, Taipei is the heart of all the action. It's the crowded, bustling center of Taiwan's commerce, government and culture. Keelung's Miaokou Night Market is famous throughout Taiwan for its large selection of food. It meanders through lanes and alleys in the downtown area surrounding the Dianji Temple. The night market is easily accessible on foot for most travelers arriving from other cities.
46 At Sea
47 Kagoshima
48 At Sea
49 Shimizu (for Mt. Fuji)
50 Tokyo (Yokohama)
51-52 At Sea - 2 days
53 Vladivostok
54 At Sea
55 Busan
Busan
The second largest city in South Korea and the nation's primary seaport, Pusan is your gateway to a fascinating land whose culture is a unique amalgam of old and new. Modern high-rise towers dwarf ancient Buddhist temples, and the city's bustling business district offers a stark contrast to the serene grounds of Yongdusan Park. Pusan is, in short, a microcosm of South Korea, a nation whose startling economic success often obscures, to Westerners, one of Asia's most sophisticated and venerable cultures.
56 At Sea
57 Seoul (Incheon)
58 At Sea
59 Beijing (Tianjin)
60-61 At Sea - 2 days
62 Shanghai
Shanghai
The streets are packed with people, cars and bicycles, weaving an extraordinary tapestry of humanity. Yet, serenity can always be found — be it a class practicing Tai Chi in a park or the peaceful repose of the city's fabled jade Buddha.
63-65 At Sea - 3 days
66 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of two special administrative regions (SARs) of the People's Republic of China (PRC), the other being Macau. A city-state situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, it is renowned for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbour.

Cabins on the Marco Polo

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Customer reviews for Marco Polo

  • Marco Polo
  • Cruise and Maritime
  • 12 Sep 2019

I wanted to express my disappointment of the Marco Polo cruise we took from Rosyth on the 23rd Aug 19. The ship while kept clean is in need of a full refurb. The service in the bars and for coffee is excruciatingly slow. We waited for over an hour in the Captain's Lounge just to get a coffee, and had to chase it 3 times before we got 2 cups...getting drinks was equally as slow for the whole week. The crew were not easy to engage with and some downright rude. Very happy to talk and laugh between themselves, but as customers we felt like an inconvenience. Breakfast was a farce most mornings, and we tried different times -food had run out leading to long queues, no toast, no mugs to get tea and coffee. It was just a joke, and set the day off on the wrong note every morning. Scots bar was closed one evening for a staff party! But the ship was heading to Newcastle when we came home then to Tilbury with perhaps very few passengers, could the staff party have been then? Not a pleasant trip, and many of our travellers we ate with in the evening had complained onboard about the service. I would be very reluctant to recommend the Marco Polo or Cruise & Maritime after our experience and it’s unlikely we would want to travel with you again, which is disappointing as you will be sailing from Aberdeen in 2020. You need to review your management of the catering areas for breakfast and lunch, train your crew to be customer focused, and look to refresh the ship if you hope to get return clients, and that is where your business focus should be. Not what we were looking forward to on the cruise. To let you understand how disappointed we were, in 40 years of travel and holidays this is the 1st time we have complained.

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  • Marco Polo
  • Cruise and Maritime
  • 30 Aug 2019

Our cruise was perfect. The staff were lovely all the way through the cruise, the food was wonderful and the staff dealt with a few mishaps for us with the best of service and attention which we thank them for. They were amazing!

  • Marco Polo
  • Cruise and Maritime
  • 22 Aug 2019

We went on this mini cruise as we have never been before, but we were thinking about doing a three week cruise next summer. After doing this mini one to Rotterdam i'm not convinced. The ship was old, the seating is showing its age and is in need of updating. The swimming pool was shut until the morning we were to dock back home so all our clothes were packed and we couldn't use it. The hot tub was only open once during the trip. Some of the staff do not speak English and it was very hard to order drinks etc due to there lack of understanding on their part. The worst thing was the cabin. When booking I asked to be near the lifts as we are both disabled, but when we got onboard our cabin was the furthest away from the lifts at the back on Baltic deck. That made things hard for us, and when it came to sleeping there was no chance with the noise. I also booked a double bedroom but was given two single beds which could not be moved, so I asked if we could be moved and was told no, here have some ear plugs. I spoke to fellow passengers who booked late like myself and they had a nice cabin near the lift and quite a few floors up, so I guess it's down to luck if you get any sleep on a ship - but I couldn't do 3 weeks without sleep.

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