30 new ports for Voyages to Antiquity in 2017
30 new ports of call including Reykjavik in Iceland and Cork in Ireland will feature in the new 2017 cruise-tour programme from Voyages to Antiquity
With 17 new itineraries on offer and maiden visits to the Orkney and Shetland Islands, Iceland and Olbia in Sardinia, the 2017 range of sailings will be the cruise lines first dedicated European programme and marks the first time that the cruise line has offered dedicated no fly cruising from the UK.
The new range of destinations on offer include two overnight stays in Sorrento (Italy) and Marseilles (France) to really appreciate the ports of call. Mid-cruise land stays are available in Morocco, with river-cruising now included in Spain and France, allowing guests to explore more of these great destinations.
Guests can enjoy some of the world’s most beautiful ‘scenic coastal cruising’ around many of the most remote destinations including:
- ‘Fingal’s Cave’ - Inner-Hebrides, Scotland
- Sound of Mull - Scotland
- Reykjavik - Iceland
- Amalfi Coast - Italy
- French Riviera - France
- Capri - Italy