Sunday, 5 July 2015

Luxury Cruising in the Philippines...

Caledonian Sky
A fantastic way to explore the beauty of the Philippine islands is to take a cruise.

In 2016, we have two luxury cruises on offer - both in March.

On 14th March, 2016, Caledonian Sky Cruise Ship embarks from Sandakan, (Borneo), Malaysia.

The ship sails through the Philippines visiting Puerto Princesa, El Nido, Tubbataha Reef, Bucas Grande Island, Lajanosa Island, Sogod Bay, Limawasa Island, Bohol, Balicasag, Pamilacan Island, Ticao Island, Donsol, Legazpi, Sibuyan Island, and finishing up in Manila on March 27th. Prices for this cruise start at £10439 GB Pounds per person.

The ship accommodates a maximum of 114 passengers in 57 spacious outside suites. Many have walk-in wardrobes and some feature tub baths. There are seven categories of suites and sixteen suites have private balconies.

More details of this cruise, "Journey through the Philippines with Palawan & Tubbataha Reef" can be found HERE >> 

Le Soleal
A second luxury cruise, "Best of the Philippines", starts on 15th March 2016, and departs from Kota Kinabalu, (Borneo), Malaysia. Sailing aboard the luxury Le Soleal Cruise Ship, this is a cruise lasting 11 days.

This magnificent yacht of only 132 staterooms and suites, all with balconies, visits Sandakan (Borneo), Puerto Princesa, El Nido, Coron, Manila, and ends its journey in Hong Kong.

Prices for this luxury cruise start from £2985 GB Pounds per person (+ Safety and port taxes 406 GBP pp)

See the full Itinerary & Prices HERE >>

Discovery Palawan
We're still offering a number of cruise aboard Discovery Palawan, a ship built in Holland, and originally a three-masted schooner that cruised the Caribbean.

She later moved to the Philippines and in 2013, underwent a USD 1.5 million renovation before being given her new name, "Discovery Palawan".

View the Cruises we offer from Discovery Fleet HERE >> 

You can read more about all these cruises on our website, and we look forward to assisting you in booking your next holiday in the Philippines.