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Islands and the Western Shores of Europe

A no-fly cruise to the Canaries and Azores

Sail to the glorious Canary Islands and Azores, calling at only the most treasured regions where fascinating history, sandy beaches and astonishingly-beautiful scenery reside. Natural beauty awaits your discovery especially in Gran Canaria - home to the Caldera de Bandama, a 1000m diameter volcanic crater hosting breathtaking views of the north and east coast - and Madeira, otherwise known as ‘the floating garden in the Atlantic’, is a charming subtropical region filled with exotic wild flowers. This voyage also explores marvellous monuments and spectacular architecture including Paris’ famed Eiffel Tower and futuristic Pompidou Centre and La Coruña, the ‘Crystal City’ of lovely buildings embellished with glazed balconies.

Including...

  • 14 nights cruise on Navigator of the Seas®
  • 41 meals: 14 breakfasts (days 2-15) 13 lunches (days 2-14) 14 dinners (days 1-14)
  • US$100 per person onboard credit (Suites and Balcony Staterooms)*
  • US$50 per person onboard credit (Interior and Oceanview Staterooms)*
  • All onboard gratuities, worth US$189 per person
  • Varied daytime activities, lectures, talks and evening entertainment
  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Embarkation assistance by Titan staff
  • Services of the experienced Royal Caribbean staff on board
  • Port taxes
  • * Applies to 1st and 2nd guest per stateroom only. The applicable amount will be credited to your onboard account and any unused onboard credit is non-refundable.

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Day 1 - Southampton

Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home, for your journey to Southampton, where our staff will greet you and assist with embarking Navigator of the Seas® (3T+) in readiness for an evening sailing.

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Day 2 - At sea

Enjoy a leisurely day at sea with onboard activities, theatre shows and the spa to choose from.

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Day 3 - Vigo, Spain

Scenic, breathtaking views of Spain’s beautiful Galician coastline are the true highlight when visiting Vigo, the charming fishing port and gateway to wonderful medieval towns. You may want to take a short boat journey to the Cíes Islands to enjoy some leisurely time on the white beaches and admire the incredible display of mountain scenery.

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Day 4 - Lisbon, Portugal

One of Europe’s oldest capitals, Lisbon is a beautiful city and an absolute pleasure to explore. While wandering the delightful boulevards decorated with pretty mosaic paths and pastel-coloured buildings, you will see brightly coloured trams scattered throughout the city, a mix of castles, museums and cathedrals; and the Belem Tower - built in 16th century to guard the entrance to the city’s harbour.

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Day 5 - At sea

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Day 6 - Ponta Delgada, Azores

Located on São Miguel Island, Ponta Delgada is the largest city in the Azores - said to be what is left of the legendary island of Atlantis. Ponta Delgada exists as a bustling capital, with beautiful white-washed houses, historic churches and buildings and exquisite green forests.

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Day 7 - At sea

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Day 8 - Tenerife, Canary Islands

A popular tourist destination for many reasons; Tenerife hosts a glorious climate and numerous fascinating attractions. Visit the highest mountain in Spain, Mount Teide, at 12,198 feet capture breathtaking views of the Canaries and on a clear day you’ll see the coast of Africa located 180 miles away. Or, visit any of the numerous wonderful beaches scattered around the island to relax in the luxurious, sun-soaked atmosphere.

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Day 9 - Gran Canaria, Canary Islands

An adored destination, Gran Canaria is a mountainous island with a delightful, mainland Spain atmosphere, array of shops, delicious restaurants and an abundance of beautiful sandy beaches to explore. Visit Caldera de Bandama, a volcanic crater at an astonishing size of 1000m in diameter and 200m in depth. Travel up this incredible natural crater to see breathtaking views of the idyllic north and east coast.

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Day 10 - Funchal, Madeira

An incredible destination, Madeira is a natural beauty known for its subtropical climate and existence as the planet’s only surviving pre-Ice Age forest. Take an enthralling cable car trip 1,800 feet up to Monte or explore the semi-tropical land covered in exotic wild flowers which gives Madeira its alternative name as the ‘floating garden in the Atlantic’. You might also want to taste some of the region’s famed delicious fortified wine which has been enjoyed for over 500 years.

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Day 11 - At sea

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Day 12 - La Coruña, Spain

Located on the glorious Galician coast, La Coruña is a charming city also named the ‘Crystal City’ due to its display of wonderful buildings decorated with glazed balconies. Many visitors use this opportunity to travel from the historic port to one of Spain’s most romantic cities, Santiago de Compostela, where you can visit incredible monuments including the remarkable UNESCO-listed Cathedral.

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Day 13 - At sea

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Day 14 - Le Havre (Paris/Normandy), France

The iconic ‘capital of style’, Paris is a wondrous place to discover with its famous parks, stretching boulevards and array of marvellous museums. Visit the legendary architecture of the city including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame or the fascinating Pompidou Centre. You might want to enjoy a relaxing day strolling through the city and tucking in to some mouthwatering local cuisine - Paris is famed for its delicious array of pretty cafés serving exquisite pastries.

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Day 15 Southampton

Early morning arrival back in Southampton where you will be met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.

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Islands and the Western Shores of Europe

A no-fly cruise to the Canaries and Azores