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WHAT WILL YOU SEE ON THE 16-HOUR CRUISE?
Map showing cruise voyage
Close to home: The cruise will take 16 hours in total to complete its journey
South Shields: Call in at the South Shields Museum - which has undergone a £1.4m facelift - before boarding.
Whitley Bay: As the ship sails out of port, look across to St Mary's Lighthouse and the fairground that takes place each summer.
Seaham: Heading south to County Durham and its protected Heritage Coast, Seham is where Lord Byron married local landowner's daughter, Anne Isabella Milbanke in 1815.
Whitby: Passing North Yorkshire, keep an eye out for the ruins of St Hilda's Abbey.
Flamborough Head: As the sun starts to dip, the chalk headland of Flamborough Head and its lighthouse come into view.
Humber: The ship will be furthest from land at this point, 30 miles from the coastline.
Felixstowe: At 6.30 the busy commercial port of Felixstowe will come into view
Harwich: Disembark and head to the sandy beaches of Harwich to watch the container ships sailing into Felixstowe.