Visiting Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania and Poland, this enticing itinerary unveils some of the Baltic Sea’s hidden gems together with transits of the Kiel Canal. Discover Hanseatic Wismar; Visby, a living relic of medieval heyday; Rønne, the little capital of sleepy Bornholm Island; and Gdańsk, Poland’s oldest city, where the first shots of World War II were fired. A fascinating cruise of treasures.
After selecting your cabin, you'll be assigned a Cruise and Maritime Voyages specialist as your personal cruise concierge. They will ensure that you get the most out of this cruise at the best possible price.
Offering a wide range of public spaces and facilities, Marco Polo is perfect for those who want to experience traditional cruising. The Marco Polo cruise ship offers a wide range of public facilities including the impressive Waldorf Restaurant offering a traditional two sitting fixed time dining option and, as an alternative more informal experience, the stylish Marco's Bistro.Marco Polo Cruise Calendar
More and more cruise passengers are choosing to sail from the UK and starting their holiday from the moment they step aboard. Cruise & Maritime Voyages has been quick to recognise this and to provide an exciting and varied programme of convenient regional departures from no less than eight British ports: Bristol Avonmouth, Leith, Greenock, Rosyth, Hull, Liverpool, London Tilbury and Newcastle Tyne - bringing cruising closer to home.
Overnight & Lunch Events On selected cruises, Overnight and Lunch events are organised so you can make the most out of each port visited.More Cruise and Maritime Voyages Cruises