Eight new cabins for single travellers have been created by Voyages to Antiquity on its ship Aegean Odyssey.
A re-modelling of the vessel has enabled the solo cabins to be introduced to reach a total of 24.
The company has also introduced low single supplements of £150 per passenger for selected double cabins ahead of the start of its Mediterranean sailings from Athens in two week’s time.
Managing director David Yellow said: “We have noticed that the number of single passengers sailing with us, many of whom are repeat guests, has increased over the last 12 months.
“To this end we have decided to remodel our passenger accommodation to include eight new cabins, so that we can now offer 24 dedicated single cabins spread across seven categories on Aegean Odyssey.
“As well as these new cabins, we are also offering low single supplements of just £150 per passenger for selected double cabins on four spring/summer 2012 voyages.
“This means that single travellers are effectively paying no single supplement for the cruise portion and just £150 for sole occupancy at the Hotel Grande Bretagne in Athens, where we have included a two-night hotel stay.”
The line’s prices include flights and transfers, as well as sightseeing tours, beer/wine or soft drinks with dinner on board and gratuities.
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