Africa Cruise Ships
Some of the finest luxury cruise ships will voyage to the beautiful continent of Africa throughout the year, each one jam-packed with marvellous on-board features and facilities, so guests will enjoy their time on-board just as much as their time spent in port.
Crystal Cruises' Crystal Serenity will call in a number of African ports on the African leg of her world cruises in 2015, docking in destinations across South Africa, Madagascar and Mozambique such as Cape Town, Durban, Ambodifotatra and Maputo.
Oceania Nautica, Insignia and Marina will visit a selection of African destinations, either on a dedicated Africa cruise or as part of a longer voyage heading further east to Asia. The ships will call at ports including Cape Town, Zanzibar, Luanda, Sao Tome and Mombasa.
Regent Seven Seas
Two of Regent Seven Seas' ships – Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager – will voyage to Africa towards the end of 2015, calling in ports across the continent such as Durban, Cape Town, Maputo, Dakar and Dar es Salaam, either as part of a longer cruise or on a focused South African sailing.
The Seabourn Sojourn will voyage along the coast of Africa during the latter half of the year, featuring a number of excellent destinations within her itinerary, including stops at Cape Town, Luderitz, Bom Bom Island, Banjul and Tangier.
Silversea's majestic expedition vessel – Silver Explorer – will sail to Africa in early 2015 calling in a number of well-known destinations, including Cape Town, Luanda and Dakar, as well as many exciting lesser-known ports such as Namibe, Pointe Noire, Cotonou and Freetown.