Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) is offering a new deal on one of its iconic voyages early next year from Bristol - Avonmouth. The 54-night cruise to South America departs on January 5 on Marco Polo with prices reduced to less than £2,000 per person.

The itinerary visits Brazil and includes Recife, Santos, Natal and overnight in Rio de Janeiro. Buenos Aires and Puerto Madryn in Argentina, Montevideo and Port Stanley in the Falklands are also features, as well as stops at Punta Arenas, Chile and Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego.

In addition to cruising down the east coast of South America, guests sail out via La Coruña, Gran Canaria and Cape Verde on the way back to Bristol the voyage takes in Cape Verde, Madeira and Lisbon.

The price includes full board accommodation based on two sharing a twin bed cabin, afternoon tea, late night snacks, complimentary self service tea and coffee from 06:00-22:00, entertainment and daytime activities. Gratuities are excluded and are £4 per person, per night.

Meanwhile, the company is offering a free cruise to the second accompanying passenger booked this month. The 'Buy One Get One Free' offer applies to most of the line's cruises in 2016 up until March 2, 2017, with the exceptions being Magellan’s World Cruise in 2017 and its sectors, Astor voyages and the CMV Signature River Cruises programme.

Lisa Jacobs, the line's head of retail sales, said: “November is going to be a good time for agents to book a cruise with us. As a growing company we recognise that getting early bookings under your belt for 2016 is very important. Knowing that good deals are available early has proved popular with our agents for their regular cruisers and those thinking perhaps of a cruise for the first time. As the ships in our fleet are not huge they do get booked up quicker. With the current Buy one get one free deal we are expecting a number of cruises of being close to full by the closing booking date of November 30.”

For details see or call 0844-998 3877.

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