Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ newest ship Vasco da Gama has just set sail on her maiden voyage from Singapore to London Tilbury ahead of her much-anticipated arrival in Sydney this December.

Managing Director of Cruise & Maritime Voyages Australia, Dean Brazier said he was looking forward to having Vasco da Gama as CMV’s primary Australian ship during the summer months.

“We are delighted to have Vasco da Gama officially a part of our fleet,” he said.

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“This ship will offer Australians more destinations at affordable prices, giving our guests the chance to explore their own backyard and beyond in a new way.”

Managing Director of Cruise & Maritime Voyages Australia, Dean Brazier

Vasco da Gama, we will become the first cruise ship to visit Wallaroo in South Australia while other maiden visits for the line will include Kuri Bay, Broome, Portland, Phillip Island and Sandakan in Borneo.

Right now the ship is the first day of her fully booked maiden voyage, a 44-night voyage sailing visiting destinations including Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Mumbai, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Morocco and Portugal, before arriving in London Tilbury.

Vasco da Gama

After spending summer in Europe, Vasco da Gama will then set sail from London Tilbury 9 October 2019 on a 53-night voyage to Australia.

She will make calls in Barbados, the Panama Canal, Acapulco, islands of the South Pacific, Auckland, finishing in Sydney, where she will cruise for the Australian summer season, homeporting in Adelaide and Fremantle.

Vasco da Gama

To celebrate the ship being 222 days away from arriving in Australia, CMV will be offering AUD $222 of free onboard credit for the next 2 weeks in Oceanview cabins and above on selected Vasco da Gama bookings.

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