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Voyages to Antiquity broadens its Asia cruise horizons in winter 2013-14

Voyages to Antiquity's winter programme for 2013/14 builds on its current success in Southeast Asia with with 12 unique experiences exploring the culture, history and remarkable archaeological treasures of the East.

The new programme of cruises, starting in November 2013, broadens Voyages to Antiquity’s coverage of Southeast Asia, exploring even more places of historical and cultural influence.

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And, as with every cruise offered, shore excursions are included in all ports of call, land stays are in deluxe hotels and all voyages are accompanied by first-class lecturers and guest speakers.

Other highlights

  • City centre mooring in Yangon (Burma), Bangkok and Ho-Chi Minh City where the size of our ship enables us to cruise upriver to the heart of some of Asia’s most fascinating cities.
  • Extended land/air tours - pre- or post-cruise - to India’s Golden Triangle and Cambodia’s Angkor temples.
  • More cruises to the tropical paradise of Bali and the cosmopolitan centre of Hong Kong.
    Both of these destinations have already proved hugely popular.

  • A return to increasingly popular Burma, which is seeing such extraordinary change as the current regime allows increased access to the treasures and secrets of its past.
  • 26 dedicated single cabins across seven categories of accommodation. This allows us to continue with low single supplements meaning fair brochure pricing for those travelling on their own.
  • The recently upgraded Athena Health Spa to soothe away any aches and pains while on board.
  • “Voyages to Antiquity is synonymous with high-quality cultural cruises in the Mediterranean, and our expansion into the Far East has been very well received,” said David Yellow, managing director.

    “We have been closely monitoring the current programme to ensure we absorb feedback from customers and our on-board team - ensuring that the 2013/14 programme meets our guests’ expectations even more.

    “Like all our cruises, these have been carefully planned to include places of cultural and historical interest as well as offering excellent value for money.”

    Cruises start from £3,295 for 18 days including shore excursions with complimentary bottled water, pre-/post-cruise deluxe hotels stays and land/air tours, gratuities and wine at dinner on board, as well as return scheduled flights. The itineraries also offer several opportunities to combine two or more cruises into a Grand Voyage.

    Posted on 12th January 2013 at 05:57 pm in Cruise News | Cruise Lines | Voyages to Antiquity |

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