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Victory I, Mexico Yucatan Cruise ex Cancun (Cozumel) Return – 04 Jan 2022

Cruise Only 10 nights with Victory I departing 04th January 2022

Cruise Inclusions

7 Night Cruise sailing from Cozumel to Progresso aboard Victory I. Hotel stays pre-cruise in Cancun and post-cruise in Valladolid and Cancun.

Itinerary

*Itinerary and shore excursions are subject to change and may vary by departure.
  • Full itinerary
    11 days
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    Cozumel, Mexico
  • Cozumel, Mexico

    Cozumel (Mayan: Island of the Swallows) is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. The main town on the island is San Miguel where most of the population reside.

    The choice of activities are boundless in Cozumel, golden beaches, turquoise waters, friendly people,

    festivals, scattered Maya ruins, great restaurants, duty-free stores, diving, golfing and more. Famous all over the world for its coral reefs, there are plenty of water sports such as diving, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and more. The center of the island is covered by jungle and swampy lagoons. Chankanaab National Park is a Cozumel icon located at the southern tip of the island. It includes Punta Celarain and its historical lighthouse, as well as the Colombia Lagoon, a shelter for many of the island’s endemic species.

    Things to see and do * Chankanaab National Park Beach * Water sports * Swim with the dolphins * Shopping in downtown Cozumel

    Cruise Season – Jan – Dec Currency – Mexican Peso ($) Language – Spanish Land Area – 647 sq km’s Population – 90,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus six hours International Country Telephone Code –

    + 52

    Port Location – There are actually three different pier locations. Punta Langosta is located right downtown and after leaving the ship and walking towards the city down the dock, you will go over an overpass into a shopping mall.

    You are right in the heart of downtown Cozumel. The International Pier is about a 10-minute taxi ride south of town

    The third pier (Puerto Maya) is just beyond the International Pier and has the same dynamics. Finally, when there are too many ships in port, some ships will anchor outside and tender into the Punta Langosta pier.

    Transport Links – Cozumel has an international airport which receives direct flights from Cancun, Denver and Houston as well regional flights from Cancun and Mexico City.

    There are hourly boat rides to and from Playa del Carmen. There is no public transport on Cozumel so walking, renting a car, or catching a taxi are the only options.

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    3
    Costa Maya, Mexico
  • Costa Maya, Mexico

    The port of Costa Maya Mexico is located on the southern east tip of Quintana Roo Mexico near the tiny fishing village of Mahahual.

    This tranquil port and village have been blessed with palm fringed beaches and calm aquamarine waters offering an abundance of water activities.

    Whether you dream of lounging at the beach drinking tropical drinks, snorkeling or diving in pristine waters, kayaking to the reef to explore, visit fascinating Maya Ruins, Costa Maya and Mahahual is your ultimate destination

  • Day
    5
    Progresso, Mexico
  • Progresso, Mexico

    The Spanish colonial Merida, for which Progresso is the port, is a bustling cultural outpost that is very near the Uxmal and Chitzen Itza ruins.

  • Day
    6
    Campeche, Mexico
  • Campeche, Mexico

    Campeche is a Mexican port city on the Gulf of Mexico. It’s known for its preserved baroque colonial buildings, military architecture and walled historic district. In response to pirate attacks, the city was fortified in the 17th century and 2 hilltop fortresses are now museums. Fort de San Miguel holds the Campeche Archaeological Museum, with artifacts from local Mayan sites like Edzná, Calakmul and Isla Jaina.

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    7
    Campeche, Mexico
  • Campeche, Mexico

    Campeche is a Mexican port city on the Gulf of Mexico. It’s known for its preserved baroque colonial buildings, military architecture and walled historic district. In response to pirate attacks, the city was fortified in the 17th century and 2 hilltop fortresses are now museums. Fort de San Miguel holds the Campeche Archaeological Museum, with artifacts from local Mayan sites like Edzná, Calakmul and Isla Jaina.

  • Day
    9
    Progresso, Mexico
  • Progresso, Mexico

    The Spanish colonial Merida, for which Progresso is the port, is a bustling cultural outpost that is very near the Uxmal and Chitzen Itza ruins.

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    9
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    Cancun, Mexico
  • Cancun, Mexico

    Cancún is a coastal city in Mexico’s easternmost state, Quintana Roo. It is the municipal seat of Benito Juárez municipality and a world renowned tourist resort with modern beachfront hotels surrounded by the Bahía de Mujeres (Bay of Women), the Caribbean Sea, and the Nichupte and Bojorquez lagoons. The mainland downtown commercial section (Cancún City), connected to the island by two bridges, has broad avenues lined with

    a wide diversity of shopping, hotels, dining and nightlife.

    Cancun boasts beautiful white powdery beaches, excellent weather and crystal clear water, making it an excellent place for water sports. There is also the lure of ancient Mayan ruins evident in all directions and a number of ecologically oriented theme parks.

    Things to see and do

    * Ruins of Chichen Itza and Tulum * Xcaret preserve park * Interactive Aquarium * Powdery white-sand beaches * Snorkeling and jet skiing

    Cruise Season – Jan – Dec Currency – Mexican Peso ($) Language – Spanish Land Area – 5 sq km’s Population – 457,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus six hours International Country Telephone Code –

    + 52

    Port Location – Cancun is a tender port and the ship anchors quite a ways from the tender pier. It is about a 20 minute ride to get to shore.

    Transport Links – Cheap charter flight deals available from the UK

    to Cancun (from around £100) and elsewhere, including Canada/USA and Cuba. Buses and taxis are available for getting around Cancun.

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Cozumel, Mexico

Cozumel (Mayan: Island of the Swallows) is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. The main town on the island is San Miguel where most of the population reside.

The choice of activities are boundless in Cozumel, golden beaches, turquoise waters, friendly people,

festivals, scattered Maya ruins, great restaurants, duty-free stores, diving, golfing and more. Famous all over the world for its coral reefs, there are plenty of water sports such as diving, deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking and more. The center of the island is covered by jungle and swampy lagoons. Chankanaab National Park is a Cozumel icon located at the southern tip of the island. It includes Punta Celarain and its historical lighthouse, as well as the Colombia Lagoon, a shelter for many of the island’s endemic species.

Things to see and do * Chankanaab National Park Beach * Water sports * Swim with the dolphins * Shopping in downtown Cozumel

Cruise Season – Jan – Dec Currency – Mexican Peso ($) Language – Spanish Land Area – 647 sq km’s Population – 90,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus six hours International Country Telephone Code –

+ 52

Port Location – There are actually three different pier locations. Punta Langosta is located right downtown and after leaving the ship and walking towards the city down the dock, you will go over an overpass into a shopping mall.

You are right in the heart of downtown Cozumel. The International Pier is about a 10-minute taxi ride south of town

The third pier (Puerto Maya) is just beyond the International Pier and has the same dynamics. Finally, when there are too many ships in port, some ships will anchor outside and tender into the Punta Langosta pier.

Transport Links – Cozumel has an international airport which receives direct flights from Cancun, Denver and Houston as well regional flights from Cancun and Mexico City.

There are hourly boat rides to and from Playa del Carmen. There is no public transport on Cozumel so walking, renting a car, or catching a taxi are the only options.

Pricing and Cabins

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