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Caribbean Sea - Hidden Highlights and sailing through the Panama Canal (Itinerary 1)
25 Sep - 9 Oct
14 Nights
12 Ports
Hurtigruten

Caribbean Sea - Hidden Highlights and sailing through the Panama Canal (Itinerary 1)

25 September - 9 October 2021
Call us for prices - you'll never pay more than the price advertised by the cruise line

Duration

14 Nights

Journey Type

Cruise only (Please call for flight options)

Ports

12 Ports

25 September

Setting sail from Nassau

Nassau, the lively Bahamian capital, is home to duty free shopping, a burgeoning restaurant scene and elegant, pink-hued Georgian architecture. There are some interesting museums where you can learn about the pirates and slave traders of yesteryear, and the surrounding coastline boasts some truly stunning beaches.

26 September

At sea

27-28 September

Bahamas: Inagua, Cockburn Town (San Salvador Island)

29 September

At sea

30 September

Jamaica: Port Antonio

Port Antonio, Jamaica

1 October

Jamaica: Montego Bay

2 October

Ascension Island: Georgetown

3 October

At sea

4 October

Colombia: Providencia

5 October

Nicaragua: Islas del Maiz

6 October

Panama: Bocas del Toro

7 October

Panama: San Blas Islands

8 October

Panama: Colón

9 October

Arriving in Panama City

The port of Fuerte Amador sits at the southern edge of Panama City, near the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. The shining skyscrapers of the Panamanian capital are a testament to the city's status as a key financial centre, while the tiny Casco Viejo is home to pretty colonial streets, hip hotels and happening bars. If you find the city's chaotic traffic offputting, you may prefer an excursion to the canal's Gatún Lake in search of wildlife including capuchin monkeys and sloths.

The Ship

Your home from home

Hurtigruten - MS Roald Amundsen in Antarctica
Hurtigruten - MS Roald Amundsen hot tubs and pool
Hurtigruten - MS Roald Amundsen - Cabin

Hurtigruten's pioneering hybrid vessels, MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen, offer a more sustainable way to explore the polar regions.

What we love

Hurtigruten's groundbreaking hybrid technology reduces fuel consumption and carbon emissions by 20%, a bold step towards a more sustainable future for the expedition cruising industry. These ships are designed specifically for exploring the polar regions, and the inviting suites and public areas represent a significant evolution of the Hurtigruten onboard experience.

Capacity 530 Guests (500 in Antarctica)
Style These pioneering hybrid ships offer a contemporary and relaxed ambience, acting as a comfortable 'base camp' at sea.
Inclusions
  • All meals
  • House beer, wine and soft drinks with meals
  • Complimentary tea and coffee
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Selected excursions and activities
More about MS Roald Amundsen
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Caribbean Sea - Hidden Highlights and sailing through the Panama Canal (Itinerary 1)

25 September - 9 October 2021
Call us for prices - you'll never pay more than the price advertised by the cruise line

Duration

14 Nights

Journey Type

Cruise only (Please call for flight options)

Ports

12 Ports

Ship

MS Roald Amundsen of Hurtigruten

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Who we are

Mundy Adventures is the intrepid little brother of Mundy Cruising plc, the UK's very first cruise specialist, and one of the leading companies in its field.
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We specialise in travel by ship and have been doing so for over 50 years. By providing expert, personal service, insightful ideas and fascinating add-ons we aim to make your adventure holiday truly unique and special.

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