Small ship Voyager heading for 17 new ports in summer 2017


The commonplace ship, which takes just 540 ssengers, will be stay 25 countries with 27 overnight stays and seven no-fly journeys from Portsmouth.

«Our ssengers always tell us how much they derive pleasure being able to really immerse themselves in each destination,» implies Lynn Cornish, Director of Planning and Product Ocean Cruising.

«With this is bawl out we have 27 overnight stays during our Summer 2017 edible, including St Petersburg, Bordeaux, Rouen, Barcelona and Venice.

«All of our cruises tease an exciting programme of optional shore excursions: from Mont St Michel in St Malo to Monet’s Garden in Giverny and Funchal’s Botanical Gardens to the Sete Cidades Crater Lakes in the Azores.

«We are quoting our Britain’s Beautiful Isles cruise, a sell-out in 2016, where Voyager devise cruise around the islands of Great Britain for 12-days.

«The seven moorings of call include the Shetland and Orkney Isles, the Isles of Lewis, Skye, Mull and Scilly in advance of exploring Guernsey en-route back to Portsmouth,» adds Cornish.

Voyages of Ascertaining is rtnering with the National Trust for a 15-day Icelandic Insights sail de rting from Portsmouth on May 31 2017, when the ship calls at the Harbour of Tyne and the Faroe Islands on the way to four calls in Iceland before set sail to Liverpool and back to Portsmouth.

In rtnership with RHS Garden Holidays its Go sailing South To The Sun cruise leaves Portsmouth on July 23 2017 for Barcelona, with Vigo on S in’s Galician sea-coast a new port of call for Voyager.

The season ends with Quintessential Canaries, a 13-day travel around the Canary Islands with an overnight stay in Madeira and maiden convokes to La Gomera and El Hierro — the two smallest the Canary Islands.

Voyages of Discovery coasts include flights and transfers, onboard gratuities and expert guest tub-thumpers.

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