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L ooking for a holiday to remember but put off by the chaos of the airport? A no-fly cruise could be just the thing for you. These trips let you travel to stunning beaches, amble around medieval towns and see the northern lights without setting foot on a plane. Whether you dream of sunning yourself in the Med, cycling in the Netherlands or visiting Monet’s lily pond, there’s plenty to do even before you look at the activities onboard.

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1. Iceland via Ireland, from Southampton

There are vast contrasts on this voyage from Southampton on the smart Celebrity Silhouette. One day you’ll be admiring the rolling countryside of Ireland and the next gazing at the vistas, waterfalls and volcanic scenery around Akureyri and Reykjavik in Iceland . The ship has a gorgeous spa, a lawn on the upper deck for boules, croquet or a picnic, and 12 places to eat — so you can dine somewhere different each night of the trip.

Details Eleven nights’ all-inclusive from £1,183pp, including drinks, tips and wi-fi, departing on August 29, 2023

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2. France, from Bordeaux

Make your own way to elegant Bordeaux for this voyage on Uniworld’s lavish SS Bon Voyage, with parking at the port included. The cruise explores the bucolic wine regions of the Médoc with some interesting diversions, including village tours, a Bordeaux heritage walking tour, the farmers’ market in Libourne and tastings galore, of course. There’s an infinity pool on deck if the summer heat becomes too intense.

Details Seven nights’ all-inclusive from £1,999pp, including all drinks, tips and excursions, departing on August 20, 2023. Drive to Bordeaux

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3. Scottish Highlands and Inner Hebrides, from Oban

Look out for red deer, eagles, otters and other wildlife on this potter through the starkly beautiful western Highlands and Inner Hebrides, from Oban. Your home is the MV Hjalmar Bjorge, which sleeps just 12. Activities include wildlife spotting on the Isle of Mull, with guided excursions provided by Skyefari. From there, depending on the weather and sea conditions, you’ll stop at Tayvallich to see otters or drop anchor in the quiet lochs of Hourn and Nevis.

Details Six nights’ full board from £1,860pp, including activities, departing on October 2, 2023. Take a train to Inverness

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4. The Rhine, from Basel

Drift through the steep-sided Rhine Gorge, offering some of Germany ’s most enchanting scenery, on a voyage from Basel to Amsterdam aboard the Amadeus Imperial. You’ll have a day in Strasbourg to sample the local classic of an Alsace white with a thin-crust tarte flambée. Other highlights include the wine-growing village of Rüdesheim, deep in the gorge; Roman-era Koblenz; and Cochem, guarded by the turreted Reichsburg Castle.

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Explore the network of waterways that criss-cross the countryside of the Netherlands and Belgium on the sleek riverboat AmaCerto. You’ll see the parade of old windmills that line the canal bank at Kinderdijk, and have days in Amsterdam and Brussels . The ship has a fleet of bicycles for exploring the conveniently flat countryside, which may be a welcome activity after all the beer and chocolate tastings.

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6. The Mediterranean, from Tilbury

Follow the sun south as the days begin to shorten in October. This 32-night epic on Ambassador Cruise Line’s comfortable Ambience whisks you from Tilbury to the furthest eastern reaches of the Mediterranean, visiting Istanbul , Haifa (for Jerusalem) and Alexandria, the jumping-off point for Cairo. Other stops include Athens , Naples , Lisbon and Gibraltar . There is a pub, elegant lounges and an Indian fusion restaurant aboard.

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7. The Seine, from Paris

Most cruises on the Seine last a week, but this voyage on the sumptuous Scenic Gem gives you 11 days, including overnights in Rouen and Paris . You’ll see the Somme battlefields and the port of Honfleur, the beauty of which inspired numerous impressionists. Marvel at Monet’s lily pond and take in a classical concert at Château de la Roche-Guyon, a medieval castle carved into an alabaster rock face. Return rail fares from London to Paris are included, too.

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8. The Canary Islands, from Southampton

Board the adult-only Aurora in December to soak up some sun before Christmas. You’ll sail round-trip from Southampton, visiting Madeira , Tenerife , Lanzarote , Vigo and Lisbon . On board there’s masses going on; some of the best venues include Olly Smith’s wine bar, the Glass House, and the sumptuous Oasis spa.

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9. Scotland, Norway and Iceland, from Southampton

Explore Norway’s fjord-indented coast and Iceland’s rugged terrain in unfettered luxury on the 596-passenger Silver Shadow, a ship where everything from a home pick-up to free-flowing champagne is included. You’ll sail round-trip from Southampton, with stops in Newcastle and Edinburgh before heading on to Norway and Iceland . Other stops include Bergen, art deco Alesund, whale watching capital Husavilk and Reykjavik .

Details Fourteen nights’ all-inclusive from £7,300pp, including home pick-up, drinks, tips, wi-fi and some excursions, departing on June 21, 2023

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10. Mediterranean for the family, from Southampton

Take the kids on Royal Caribbean’s fabulously family-friendly Anthem of the Seas for a Mediterranean adventure which departs during the school holidays. You’ll sail round-trip from Southampton, visiting destinations including Cadiz, Malaga, Valencia , Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona , Ibiza and Lisbon, each offering the chance for lazy days at the beach, plus museums, galleries and tapas bars galore. On-board thrills include bumper cars, rollerskating and a skydiving simulator.

Details Fourteen nights’ full board from £1,567pp, departing on August 11, 2024

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The UN says it is "deeply concerned" about the situation in northeastern Ukraine, as Russia claims advances in the region. Defence secretary Grant Shapps has criticised the world for delays in getting support to Kyiv. Submit your question on the war for our experts to answer below.

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy will travel to Spain on Friday for a meeting with King Felipe in Madrid, according to a royal palace statement.

Ukraine's defence minister says it is "extremely difficult" for troops to hold ground in Ukraine as they remain outgunned by Russian forces.

Rustem Umerov made a renewed plea for more shells and military supplies as Russia intensifies its offensive in the country's northeast.

"We need more artillery shells as Russia is still many times ahead," he told the Copenhagen Democracy Summit 2024 in an online address.

"Under such conditions it's extremely difficult to hold the ground." 

Russia has put its submarine-launched Bulava intercontinental ballistic missile into service, the TASS state news agency reports.

Russia's state media quoted the missile's chief designer Yuri Solomonov as saying its adoption was announced in a decree on 7 May, the same day that Vladimir Putin began a new six-year term in the Kremlin.

The Bulava was developed under a programme that started in the 1990s, and is designed to be deployed on Russia's Borei-class submarines.

Last November, the defence ministry said one of those submarines had successfully test-launched the Bulava, firing it from an underwater position in the White Sea off northern Russia.

TASS said Russia's Northern and Pacific fleets now include seven Borei submarines and each carries 16 Bulavas.

For context : Vladimir Putin has warned the West since the start of the war in Ukraine that direct intervention by NATO troops there could trigger a nuclear conflict. 

In March he said he did not believe the US was "rushing" towards this, but that Russia's nuclear forces were technically ready.

The world taking its "eye off the ball" led to the position we see in Kharkiv today, defence secretary Grant Shapps has said. 

Speaking at the Sea Power Conference today, the minister reiterated the UK's complete support for Ukraine, saying Russia winning would be "unimaginable and unacceptable".

He said: "I've heard repeatedly, including said to me by [Ukraine's] President Zelenskyy, which is that without Britain, they wonder whether they would still have been in this war at all."

He listed the UK's commitments to Ukraine, and criticised the world for having taken its "eye off the ball" recently.

"The amount of time it's taken to get the rest of the funding through has directly led to the position we see in Kharkiv today," he said.

He added that he did not think the situation was "fatal", however, and said it was "an important lesson to the world not to lose attention about Ukraine".

Ukraine must develop the "strongest possible democracy", Antony Blinken has told officials during a working lunch in a pizzeria in Kyiv.

The US secretary of state said it was "imperative" that fighting corruption in the country continues along with fighting Russian aggression. 

He also said it was important Ukraine developed "the strongest possible democracy" that reflects its citizens and attracts investment.

Mr Blinken's surprise visit follows the approval of a long-delayed foreign assistance package for Ukraine by Congress.

The package sets aside $61bn (£48.1bn) in aid for Ukraine, much of which will go toward replenishing badly depleted artillery and air defence systems.

Russian troops have captured the town of Buhruvatka in Ukraine's Kharkiv region, the defence ministry reports, according to Reuters.

The claim comes hours after Russia's TASS  news agency reported the western and northern parts of Vovchansk in Ukraine's Kharkhiv region had fallen (see post at 9.21am).

Sky News cannot independently verify these battlefield claims.

Russia's supreme court has rejected an appeal by Kremlin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza against his 25-year jail sentence, according to Reuters. 

The prominent Russian opposition figure, who has both Russian and British passports, was arrested near his Moscow home in April 2022 and convicted of treason by a court in April 2023.

He has repeatedly condemned Russia's war in Ukraine, criticised Vladimir Putin, and lobbied for Western sanctions against Moscow.

In his appeal, Mr Kara-Murza had argued that he had committed no crime and was convicted solely for exercising his right to free speech by expressing public opposition to Mr Putin and the war.

"This whole case is based on the denial of the very concepts of law, justice, and legality," he said in a written submission to the court.

"But it is also based on a crude, cynical forgery - an attempt to equate criticism of the authorities with harm to the country; to present opposition activity as 'treason'. But there is nothing new in this, either; it is what every dictatorship does."

Evacuations are under way in the town of Vovchansk, in the northeast Kharkiv region.

Local officials fear that Vovchansk's fate may mirror that of Bakhmut and Avdiivka, Ukrainian cities where fierce fighting forced Ukrainian withdrawals.

The Kremlin's forces are aiming to exploit Ukrainian weaknesses before a big batch of new military aid for Kyiv from the US and European partners arrives on the battlefield, according to analysts.

Six children have been rescued from the Russian-occupied Kherson region, the area's governor Oleksandr Prokudin has said. 

Mr Prokudin said on Telegram the children - one girl and five boys - were "rescued from the camps of the Russian occupiers".

The Save Ukraine organisation worked on the rescue mission, he said.

"It was an extremely difficult rescue mission with delays at roadblocks and intimidation," the governor said.

"Fortunately, all the children are safe now. Doctors and psychologists work with them."

The children were aged between five and 12.

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NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of solar flares early Saturday afternoon. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says there have been measurable effects and impacts from the geomagnetic storm. Solar Dynamics Observatory hide caption

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of solar flares early Saturday afternoon. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says there have been measurable effects and impacts from the geomagnetic storm.

Planet Earth is getting rocked by the biggest solar storm in decades – and the potential effects have those people in charge of power grids, communications systems and satellites on edge.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says there have been measurable effects and impacts from the geomagnetic storm that has been visible as aurora across vast swathes of the Northern Hemisphere. So far though, NOAA has seen no reports of major damage.

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There has been some degradation and loss to communication systems that rely on high-frequency radio waves, NOAA told NPR, as well as some preliminary indications of irregularities in power systems.

"Simply put, the power grid operators have been busy since yesterday working to keep proper, regulated current flowing without disruption," said Shawn Dahl, service coordinator for the Boulder, Co.-based Space Weather Prediction Center at NOAA.

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"Satellite operators are also busy monitoring spacecraft health due to the S1-S2 storm taking place along with the severe-extreme geomagnetic storm that continues even now," Dahl added, saying some GPS systems have struggled to lock locations and offered incorrect positions.

NOAA's GOES-16 satellite captured a flare erupting occurred around 2 p.m. EDT on May 9, 2024.

As NOAA had warned late Friday, the Earth has been experiencing a G5, or "Extreme," geomagnetic storm . It's the first G5 storm to hit the planet since 2003, when a similar event temporarily knocked out power in part of Sweden and damaged electrical transformers in South Africa.

The NOAA center predicted that this current storm could induce auroras visible as far south as Northern California and Alabama.

Extreme (G5) geomagnetic conditions have been observed! pic.twitter.com/qLsC8GbWus — NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center (@NWSSWPC) May 10, 2024

Around the world on social media, posters put up photos of bright auroras visible in Russia , Scandinavia , the United Kingdom and continental Europe . Some reported seeing the aurora as far south as Mallorca, Spain .

The source of the solar storm is a cluster of sunspots on the sun's surface that is 17 times the diameter of the Earth. The spots are filled with tangled magnetic fields that can act as slingshots, throwing huge quantities of charged particles towards our planet. These events, known as coronal mass ejections, become more common during the peak of the Sun's 11-year solar cycle.

A powerful solar storm is bringing northern lights to unusual places

Usually, they miss the Earth, but this time, NOAA says several have headed directly toward our planet, and the agency predicted that several waves of flares will continue to slam into the Earth over the next few days.

While the storm has proven to be large, predicting the effects from such incidents can be difficult, Dahl said.

Shocking problems

The most disruptive solar storm ever recorded came in 1859. Known as the "Carrington Event," it generated shimmering auroras that were visible as far south as Mexico and Hawaii. It also fried telegraph systems throughout Europe and North America.

Stronger activity on the sun could bring more displays of the northern lights in 2024

Stronger activity on the sun could bring more displays of the northern lights in 2024

While this geomagnetic storm will not be as strong, the world has grown more reliant on electronics and electrical systems. Depending on the orientation of the storm's magnetic field, it could induce unexpected electrical currents in long-distance power lines — those currents could cause safety systems to flip, triggering temporary power outages in some areas.

my cat just experienced the aurora borealis, one of the world's most radiant natural phenomena... and she doesn't care pic.twitter.com/Ee74FpWHFm — PJ (@kickthepj) May 10, 2024

The storm is also likely to disrupt the ionosphere, a section of Earth's atmosphere filled with charged particles. Some long-distance radio transmissions use the ionosphere to "bounce" signals around the globe, and those signals will likely be disrupted. The particles may also refract and otherwise scramble signals from the global positioning system, according to Rob Steenburgh, a space scientist with NOAA. Those effects can linger for a few days after the storm.

Like Dahl, Steenburgh said it's unclear just how bad the disruptions will be. While we are more dependent than ever on GPS, there are also more satellites in orbit. Moreover, the anomalies from the storm are constantly shifting through the ionosphere like ripples in a pool. "Outages, with any luck, should not be prolonged," Steenburgh said.

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The radiation from the storm could have other undesirable effects. At high altitudes, it could damage satellites, while at low altitudes, it's likely to increase atmospheric drag, causing some satellites to sink toward the Earth.

The changes to orbits wreak havoc, warns Tuija Pulkkinen, chair of the department of climate and space sciences at the University of Michigan. Since the last solar maximum, companies such as SpaceX have launched thousands of satellites into low Earth orbit. Those satellites will now see their orbits unexpectedly changed.

"There's a lot of companies that haven't seen these kind of space weather effects before," she says.

The International Space Station lies within Earth's magnetosphere, so its astronauts should be mostly protected, Steenburgh says.

In a statement, NASA said that astronauts would not take additional measures to protect themselves. "NASA completed a thorough analysis of recent space weather activity and determined it posed no risk to the crew aboard the International Space Station and no additional precautionary measures are needed," the agency said late Friday.

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People visit St Mary's lighthouse in Whitley Bay to see the aurora borealis on Friday in Whitley Bay, England. Ian Forsyth/Getty Images hide caption

People visit St Mary's lighthouse in Whitley Bay to see the aurora borealis on Friday in Whitley Bay, England.

While this storm will undoubtedly keep satellite operators and utilities busy over the next few days, individuals don't really need to do much to get ready.

"As far as what the general public should be doing, hopefully they're not having to do anything," Dahl said. "Weather permitting, they may be visible again tonight." He advised that the largest problem could be a brief blackout, so keeping some flashlights and a radio handy might prove helpful.

I took these photos near Ranfurly in Central Otago, New Zealand. Anyone can use them please spread far and wide. :-) https://t.co/NUWpLiqY2S — Dr Andrew Dickson reform/ACC (@AndrewDickson13) May 10, 2024

And don't forget to go outside and look up, adds Steenburgh. This event's aurora is visible much further south than usual.

A faint aurora can be detected by a modern cell phone camera, he adds, so even if you can't see it with your eyes, try taking a photo of the sky.

The aurora "is really the gift from space weather," he says.

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Our no-fly Canada & North America cruises from Southampton are the best way visit New England and the rugged shores of Canada!

From sea to sea — the national motto of Canada has been aptly chosen since her coastlines are bordered by three major oceans. With only the Atlantic Ocean to cross, it makes many of Canada’s ports, along with others on the US coast, ideal for cruising holidays.

There are so many things to do and places to see in this part of the world that you won’t know where to begin! From Mounties to moose habitats, beaches to bayous, there is a wide variety of attractions to captivate all travellers, whatever their interests.

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Cities such as Montreal and New York are the dream destinations of many, with iconic landmarks such as Jacques-Cartier Bridge or Biosphere in the former; and the Statue of Liberty or Empire State Building in the latter. When you’ve had your fill of towering skyscrapers and lively urban scenes, be transported from the Big Apple to the Big Easy, where the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans will charm you with its fusion of cultures. Revel in rhythm and blues at the birthplace of jazz, and when it’s time to answer the call of the wild, go bird-watching on the Mississippi Flyway or join a swamp tour, but stay away from the gators!

Nature lovers will find endless inspiration for epic adventures. Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site in Newfoundland, has a breathtaking terrain of lush alpine plateau, coastal lowlands, glacial valleys, pristine lakes and staggering waterfalls. And that’s just one of the many nature reserves in Canada. Others such as Fundy National Park in New Brunswick and Sable Island in Nova Scotia are also playgrounds of ecological wonder, where you can hike or kayak, meet ponies or spot salmon.

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The beautiful maple trees of Canada are of course a huge draw, but the palm trees of Florida also deserve a mention, especially if you can’t resist the allure of white sand and blue waters! Kick back your heels and relax in the sun, but if you’re not done sightseeing, the art scene and culture of Fort Lauderdale await. Visit the studios at funky FATVillage, admire the murals in Downtown Hollywood, or take a trip through deep south plantation history at Bonnet House. For a taste of the rich and famous lifestyle, have a backyard peek at Millionaires’ Row, or indulge in a bit of retail therapy at the boutique stores at Las Olas Boulevard.

No journey is complete without sampling the local cuisine. Whether you’re savouring the flavours of seafood gumbo in quirky Baton Rouge, getting acquainted with authentic poutine in quaint Quebec City, munching on lobster rolls whilst enjoying the electrifying vibe of Times Square, or relishing the best BBQ ribs  and Porterhouse steak in dazzling Manhattan, be prepared for a feast of the senses!

See it, taste it, feel it, experience it all on our Canada & North America cruises from Southampton.

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