Ambassador Cruise Line releases 2025-26 programme

Ambassador Cruise Line has opened sales for its 2025-26 programme with departures from seven UK ports.

The no-fly line will sail to 37 countries in three continents calling at 130 ports across its two ships, Ambience and Ambition.

Ambassador will operate sailings in western Europe, the British Isles, Scandinavia, the Caribbean and Mediterranean.


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A 12-night Wonders of Western Europe sailing from Liverpool costs from £1,869 based on an April 15, 2025, departure, while a 16-night Marvels of France, Portugal and Spain cruise from Bristol will depart on June 13, 2025, and costs from £2,679.

The line will operate two Scandinavia itineraries, both from London Tilbury: the six-night Scandinavian Explorer departing on July 28, 2025, and priced from £959, and the eight-night Viking Heritage Voyage departing on December 4, 2025, costing from £1,189.

Ambassador’s longest itinerary in its 2025-26 collection is the 40-night Jewels of the Caribbean cruise which will depart London Tilbury on January 30, 2026, and leads in at £4,949.

The line will also operate five sailings designed for multi-generational groups, including the first of its kind on Ambition.

A seven-night Norway’s Fjords Multi-Generational Adventure on Ambition will depart Newcastle on July 30, 2025, and costs from £820 per adult, while children sail from £199.

To coincide with the release, Ambassador is running a buy one get one free offer on all sailings in the 2025-26 season, as well as 50% off single fares for solo travellers, on bookings made by May 29.

Additionally, customers who book the line’s premium drinks package will receive 25% off the per day price.

Chief executive Christian Verhounig said: “As we approach our third season of sailing, we are proud to unveil our range of inspiring itineraries for 2025-26.

“With more UK regional departures than any other cruise line, we have reviewed guest feedback and researched trending destinations to curate a wonderful and unique range of diverse itineraries for all types of traveller to many remote destinations that bigger ships can’t call at.

“With no-fly cruising from seven UK ports offering holidaymakers the chance to start their holidays sooner without needing to worry about airport queues, flight cancellations, luggage restrictions or exchange rate fluctuations, we’re looking forward to offering the warmest welcome at sea to many more new and returning guests in 2025-26.”

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