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Cruises from ANZAC Cove & all ANZAC Cove cruises for  2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting ANZAC Cove in the 2020-2022 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Europe - Mediterranean Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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ANZAC Cove in Turkey, 285km west of Istanbul, is a cove just 600m in length, which has become famous as the site of the WW1 landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at Gallipoli Peninsula, on April 25th 1915. Today Gallipoli is a national park in the Turkish National Park System, and the Memorials at ANZAC Cove commemorate the loss of thousands of Turkish and ANZAC soldiers, and carry inscribed words such as, “heroes are now living in the soil of a friendly country” and ANZAC soldiers have “become our sons as well”!

It is certainly one of the most visited places in Turkey by Australians and New Zealanders, as it is seen as the spot that marks the birth of national consciousness in both of these countries. This becomes very obvious annually on the now famous ANZAC Day, on April 25th each year. Situated on this coast, visitors can see how the landing at this point was so tragic with a great loss of young life. A visit to the war graves brings home the reality of war and is very emotional.

While standing on the beach the cove seems small and the hills seem so steep. You imagine yourself trying to ascend these pitiless hills, fractured with endless ravines, under relentless sniper and machine-gun fire, and wonder how far would I have gotten? While it is very difficult to be able to visit the cove on Anzac Day, there will be 12 thousand passengers aboard a fleet of ships who visit the site the day before and the day following April 25th.

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