Cruise & Maritime Voyages have just announced the launch of a Special Vegan Cruise to Norway’s Fjords.
The trip is in association with Vegan Travel and is believed to be the first ever ocean cruise solely for Vegans. Cruisers will be on board CMV’s new flagship, the Columbus. The 800ft, 1,400 capacity cruise ship will also be upgraded the April 2017.
The menu on board the Columbus will be 100% vegan as they look to provide a new and inclusive experience for vegans. To complement their menu there will also be a Fitness & Wellbeing programme which will include Yoga & Pilates.
In addition to all this, a number of vegan themed activities have been scheduled on board, including vegan toothpaste making, vegan cheese making and lectures from a number of guest speakers throughout the cruise.
Guest speakers include:
- Wendy Turner Webster, Television presenter and animal rights campaigner
- Dr Michael Greger, New York Times bestselling author and internationally recognized speaker
- Melanie Joy, a Harvard-educated psychologist and author of the award winning ‘Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows’
- Julieanna Hever, the California-based Plant-Based Dietitian
This cruise is said to be the perfect opportunity for vegan cruisers to meet like-minded individuals in a beautiful part of the world and to enjoy a expertly curated vegan menu allowing for more choice for cruisers than they’d experience on any other ship.
Setting off for 7 nights from London Tilbury on 25th September, guests will be cruising through the beautiful Norwegian Fjords as they stop off and visit the idyllic towns & villages amongst the vast green peaks.
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For more information on this cruise and to speak to one of our specialist cruise consultants, please call 0330 303 8108. Alternatively, click HERE for your personalised quote for this sailing.
What do you think about the announcement? Would you be interested in sailing on a vegan cruise with a fitness and wellbeing programme or is this too far? Let us know in the comments below…// END - About the Author ?>