Friday 5 Jun 2020
- Sail with Azamara Club Cruises on Azamara Pursuit from Southampton
- Fri 5 Jun to Mon 8 Jun
- Family-friendly cruise ship
- This one's a bit pricey but is still a good getaway.
I consider this an excellent price and fantastic value for money.
I consider this a good price for the length of cruise.
I consider this a bit pricey in my opinion. Still a good cruise, just on the expensive side.
Friday 5 Jun 2020
Wednesday 7 Oct 2020
Tuesday 27 Oct 2020
* Lead-in prices correct at the time of checking. See cruise details for details.
Here's a quick overview of upcoming mini cruises. Scroll up for more details.
|Sail Date||Duration||Operator & Ship||Departure Port||Destinations||More|
|Friday 5th June 2020||3 nights||Azamara Club Cruises on Azamara Pursuit||Southampton||Guernsey and St Malo|
|Wednesday 7th October 2020||4 nights||Princess Cruises on Crown Princess||Southampton||Guernsey and Rotterdam|
|Tuesday 27th October 2020||5 nights||Royal Caribbean on Anthem of the Seas||Southampton||Paris and Bilbao|
|Regular sailings||2 nights||P&O Ferries||Hull||Amsterdam|
|Regular sailings||2 nights||P&O Ferries||Hull||Bruges|
Did you know modern cruise ships are ideal for families?
Cruise lines are falling over themselves to offer the latest and greatest family entertainment options.
The best for families offer rock climbing walls, surfing simulators, ropes courses, water splash parks, swimming pools, 4D cinemas, dodgems, go-karts, and F1 racing simulators are just some of the recent innovations. Families tend to favour Royal Caribbean, P&O Cruises, and MSC Cruises.
Most family-friendly ships usually offer a kids club, typically for children aged three to 17, spread across various age groups. The best offer free clubs for children aged two and above.
Some cruise lines, such as Fred Olsen, aren’t as geared-up for kids but still welcome children onboard. Such cruise lines only offer children’s entertainment when the number of children on individual sailings are sufficient – for example, in school holidays. This will then vary from ship to ship.