Voyages to Antiquity adds 19 new ports and increases single occupancy

Voyages to Antiquity adds 19 new ports and increases single occupancy

Voyages to Antiquity has unveiled its 2018 programme with 19 new ports of call, more single occupancy cabins and an extended overland tour option.

The 19 new ports include Amsterdam plus Geiranger and Flam in Norway and six new itineraries featuring maiden visits to the Norwegian Fjords.

The line has added 13 single cabins, bringing the total number to 39, due to demand from solo travellers.

Three itineraries in Greece will now feature five-day pre-cruises called the Aegean Experience which will allow guests to visit archaeological sites in locations such as Delphi, Mycenae and Nauplia.

Voyages to Antiquity managing director Jos Dewing said: “Not only are we introducing many new ports of call but also an in-depth exploration of these fascinating ancient Greek sites.

“With our cruise line’s heritage firmly in the Aegean, I am very excited to announce our pre-cruise Aegean Experience allowing our guests to truly get under the skin of this beautiful destination.

“Coupled with our 13 new single cabins, we truly believe this is our most exciting programme to date.”

The line’s 15-day Norwegian Ffjords itinerary departs from London in June starting from £2,795 including meals, drinks with dinner, gratuities, guest speakers and shore excursions.

There are four other ex-UK sailings including two dedicated Iceland sailings with calls to Faroe, Orkney and Shetland.

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