Brand new 2017 small-ship cruises on sale with introductory saver fares!
Here at Voyages to Antiquity we are delighted to announce our meticulously planned 2017 cruise programme.
We have captured a unique blend of new discoveries, past masters and hidden gems to create what we feel is our most exciting season since we first launched.
We have an astonishing 30 brand new ports of call. Including maiden visits to the Orkney and Shetland Islands, the Scottish mainland, Olbia in Sardinia, Ireland and Iceland. In addition to this, we have no-fly cruises departing directly from London or Edinburgh. Other exciting highlights include overnight stays in Liverpool, Dublin, Cannes, Palermo and Marseilles and mid-cruise land stays in France and Morocco.
We have also worked on our enhanced scenic coastal cruising, with the opportunity to cruise past ‘Fingal’s Cave’, the Sound of Mull, Tobermory, the French Riviera, Capri and the Amalfi Coast. For those who wish to spend longer aboard, there are also excellent opportunities to combine voyages and explore even further into the hidden depths of this fascinating new programme.
Having won two major industry awards in recent months, Voyages to Antiquity has been going from strength to strength and early interest in our preview has been unprecedented, so we recommend booking early to ensure your choice of cabin and preferred grade and to take advantage of our launch offer ‘saver fares’, where you can save up to £1400 per cabin if you book before 31st July 2016.
To find out more please visit our website www.voyagestoantiquity.com or call our Reservations team on 01865 302550 Monday to Friday and please quote SURF16 when making your enquiry.
We look forward to welcoming you on-board in 2017.
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