Departing Adelaide, this voyage is your chance to experience untouched natural beauty, vibrant artisan culture and fascinating colonial history in three states. Sea More & Save with FREE Onboard Spend in Category 6 Oceanview Cabins and above - Book By 14 February!
Indulge in the cultural wonderland that is Melbourne, discover Tasmania’s rugged, untamed scenery around Cradle Mountain from Burnie before being spellbound by the history and spectacular beaches in Portland. Then, frolic with the playful local sea-lions and savour some of Port Lincoln’s local wines and renowned oysters before returning to Adelaide.
With an enviable reputation and established following on the international cruise market, the premium 1220 passenger Vasco da Gama joined the Cruise & Maritime Voyages fleet in April 2019. Combining beautiful, contemporary decor with a more traditional cruise style, Vasco da Gama is small to mid-size, by comparison with the new mega-ships carrying up to 6000 passengers, and is a wonderful new addition to the CMV fleet.
Departs: Adelaide • Sail Date: Sunday 6th Dec 2020
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Sunday 6 Dec 2020 - Set sail from Adelaide at 1700
Monday 7 Dec 2020 - At Sea
Tuesday 8 Dec 2020 - Melbourne, Victoria, in port from 0600 to 1730
Wednesday 9 Dec 2020 - Burnie, Tasmania, in port from 0900 to 1800
Thursday 10 Dec 2020 - Portland, in port from 1200 to 2100
Friday 11 Dec 2020 - At sea
Saturday 12 Dec 2020 - Port Lincoln, in port from 0800 to 1900
Sunday 13Dec 2020 - Disembark in Adelaide at 0800
All passengers must hold comprehensive travel insurance valid for the entire duration of the cruise and provides cover for cruising, health including pre-existing conditions and medical repatriation.Insurance not required for an in-port cruise. Medicare, New Zealand ACC and Private Health Cover are void onboard the ship. International medical charges apply on board.
Casual during the day and whilst ashore. No formal nights on cruises of 4 nights or less, one formal night for cruises 5-7 nights, two formal nights on cruises of 10-19 nights, one formal night every 7 nights on voyages of 20+ nights. For formal evenings gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers, collared shirt, suit or jacket and tie. Ladies may we aran evening outfit. On ‘informal’ evenings a collared shirt and long pants are suggested for men whilst ladies may choose to wear a smart dress or pants and top. Singlets, t-shirt, thongs, shorts not permitted in main restaurants at night. Casual wear permitted in Club Bistro. Swimming attire is not permitted inside lounges/bars/restaurant areas.
These are NOT Included (unless pre-paid Additions Package is purchased) and will be added daily to passenger’s onboard account. Rates: AU$12.00 pp per night (or AU$10.00 pp per night for cruises longer than 11 nights duration).
Government issued photo identification (passport or driver’s license) is required when cruising in Australian waters. Children under 16 may travel on a Medicare card or student ID card.
Vasco da Gama has 9 accessible cabins (with shower) and 6 wheelchair-accessible cabins which are subject to availability at the time of request. Cruise & Maritime Voyages must be notified of wheelchair usage and/or any special needs at time of booking
Travel at 60 and supplier booking conditions apply.
Non-refundable deposit due at the time of booking, unless cruise is departing within 90 days and then full payment is required at the time of booking.
The Price does not include travel insurance, optional shore excursions, expenditure of a personal nature such as drinks, gifts, shopping, laundry, communications such as telephone calls and emails, visa charges, medical assistance, vaccinations and gratuities.
All Passengers are required to have appropriate travel insurance prior to embarking on the Cruise or they will not be permitted to embark on the Cruise. All travel insurance policies must include cover for cruising, cancellation charges and the costs of assistance, including repatriation, in an emergency and for all conditions including those which are preexisting.