If you enjoy small and intimate cruising, the Astor should be your first port of call.
As the smaller sister ship of the Cruise & Maritime Magellan, the Astor only carries 600 passengers, allowing you to enjoy a more easy going, laidback cruising environment.
But this doesn’t mean that you won’t find lots of things to do and see on board – far from it. This ship may be small but it’s jam packed with lots of exciting facilities and amenities that you would expect to find on board a larger ship.
Allowing you to experience world class dining in truly unforgettable surroundings, you’ll find a whole host of restaurants on board. Home to The Wardolf, which offers the ultimate fine dining experience every night of the week, as well as the Toscana and Romantic restaurants, which provide speciality dining that is sure to impress even the toughest food critics, there’s plenty of choice for every taste and appetite.
But that’s not all. When you’re not indulging (let’s face it, that’s what holidays are for!), why not take a dip in the Astor’s inviting outdoor pool, take a jog on the outdoor track whilst gazing at the glistening ocean, or even enjoy the sunset at the Hans Bar, which leads directly on to the sun terrace? Trust us, you won’t want to go home.
Cruising from South Africa to the UK, the Astor will allow you to explore and discover some of the world’s most exciting, awe-inspiring, and captivating landscapes.
Providing the perfect opportunity to broaden your horizons and view the world from a new perspective, this truly special cruise experience will allow you to create memories that will last a lifetime.
From enjoying a sun-drenched cocktail whilst watching the sun set on another fun-packed day at sea, through to dancing the night away in one of the ship’s exciting bars, this cruise experience really is the ultimate escape from reality.