Pullmantur offers affordable All Inclusive cruises, where the price you pay includes return flights from the UK (including some regional departures), resort transfers, your meals, gratuities and drinks (except premium brands) while you are onboard. They can be booked on a ‘cruise only’ basis as well, if you prefer to arrange your own flights and transfers. Watch this short video, take a look at the details below it, then phone GoCruise with Ian on 01455821770 or 08002922850 to book your cruise.
You start the day with a choice of a traditional cooked breakfast, or a great choice from the continental breakfast. Then at lunchtime there is a choice of a large buffet or an a-la-carte menu. When it comes to dinner you can opt for first sitting at 7.30pm, second sitting at 9.45pm or dine at a time to suit you between 7.30pm and 10.00pm. These times could vary slightly due to the ship’s schedule.
All Inclusive is the order of the day, and that means on every ship in the fleet you get all meals, and water, juice, coffee, soft drinks, and alcoholic beverages. The standard All Inclusive includes local beers, wine by the glass, spirits, a selection of cocktails, as well as a whole range of soft drinks. It is possible to upgrade to premium brands if you wish for supplement. Ask me if you would like a full list of which drinks are included in the price of your holiday.
There are two sittings for dinner and, for those who like the option of speciality dining, on Sovereign there is also the WU Restaurant Fusion & Bar Lounge, where a supplementary charge applies.
Children are well catered for onboard with three clubs available, although Horizon doesn’t have them all: –
- Guppy Club ‘Minis’ for those aged 3 to 6 years
- Guppy Club ‘Guppys’ for those aged 7 to 11 years
- Teen’s Club for teenagers from 12 to 17
There are a variety of 7 night itineraries available, including the following: –
- Legends of the Mediterranean (departing from Alicante or Malaga)
- Breezes of the Mediterranean (departing from Barcelona)
- Greek Islands (departing from Piraeus, Athens)
- Adriatic (departing from Trieste or Piraeus, Athens)
- Waterland (departing from Alicante or Malaga)
- Fjords of the North (departing from Rostock or Bergen)
- Baltic Capitals (departing from Helsinki or Rostock)
- Antilles and Southern Caribbean (departing from Willemstad)
- Caribbean Islands (departing from Bridgetown, Barbados)
The ships in the fleet are: –
- Sovereign – 73,592 tonnes with a capacity for 2,733 passengers in 1,162 cabins, and she was refurbished in 2008 (previously operated as Sovereign of the Seas by Royal Caribbean)
- Monarch – 73,937 tonnes with a capacity for 2,752 passengers in 1,193 cabins, and she was refurbished in 2013 (previously operated as Monarch of the Seas by Royal Caribbean)
- Horizon – 47,427 tonnes with a capacity for 1,828 passengers in 721 cabins, and she was refurbished in 2012 (previously operated by Celebrity Cruises)
- Zenith – 47,413 tonnes with a capacity for 1,828 passengers in 720 cabins, and she was refurbished in 2013 (previously operated by Celebrity Cruises)
Spanish is the official onboard language onboard, although the crew also speak English and activities and menus etc are also in English.
(page amended January 2017)