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£1599 -- Luxury 22-Nt Red Sea Cruise & Dubai Stay, Reg £1999*

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By Felicity Pont

Planet Cruise has knocked £400 off a 22-night luxury Red Sea cruise and Dubai stay, taking the price to £1599 per person. The full package includes:

  • 1-way flight to Dubai with Virgin Atlantic
  • 3-night stay at the 5-star Dusit Thani hotel in Dubai
  • 18-night cruise on Cunard's Queen Victoria
  • All overseas transfers

Travel on 4 April from London Heathrow. Click here for more information.

Guests will spend three nights in Dubai (pictured), with daily breakfast, before cruising. Queen Victoria then sails from Dubai to Aqaba for Petra (Jordan), Sharm el Sheikh, Sokhna (Egypt) before crossing the Suez Canal and sailing on to Port Said, Rome (Italy), Lisbon (Portugal) and Southampton, where the ship docks.

The price is based on two sharing an Inside Stateroom. Upgrade to an Oceanview Stateroom for £300 more or a Balcony Stateroom for £600 more per person.

Queen Victoria has a choice of seven dining options and 10 bars, plus two swimming pools and four whirlpools, a spa and fitness centre, shops, a casino and a theatre. CruiseCritic.co.uk says: "The ship is large enough to feature plenty of space, but also cosy enough to foster a sense of intimacy, and is actually the most beautiful ship Cunard has built."

Cunard was voted Best Luxury Cruise Line at the 2012 British Travel Awards.

Travel insurance not included. Price is subject to availability and change, and may be amended or withdrawn at any time. Prices are per person, based on two sharing an Inside Stateroom. Offer applies to new bookings only. ABTA K4710 ATOL 6042 protected. Credit card charge of 2.5% and American Express charge of 2.8% applies. No charge for debit card. Planet Cruise will apply an additional cancellation fee of £125 per person + VAT to cover all administration expenses. Any additional charges imposed by the cruise line and/or tour operator (as per their terms and conditions) for the cancellation of the cruise, will also be the total liability of the customer.