Voyages to Antiquity announces new cruise

Voyages to Antiquity

Voyages to Antiquity has announced a new cruise that will be added to the beginning of its summer 2017 programme.

The 16-night repositional sailing has prices starting from £2,195 per person. The price includes shore excursions, gratuities and wine and beer with dinner.

The April 17, 2017 voyage starts at Athens and includes calls at Santorini, Heraklion, Chania (Greece), Malta, Catania, Palermo, Trapani (Italy), Malaga Cadiz (Spain), Portimao and Funchal (Portugal).

In addition, the company is offering no single supplement across all cabin grades.

Jos Dewing, managing director of Voyages of Antiquity, said: “The advantages of our small boutique style cruising means we have a very strong demand for solo travellers and it seemed the perfect opportunity for us to support that demand with the late launch of our new ‘Voyage through the Middle Sea’ cruise in April 2017 by extending our ‘no single supplements’ message across all the grades.

He added: “This is the first time VTA have offered a dedicated campaign for solo travellers”.

Sam Ballard

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