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Voyages To Antiquity Adds Cuba To First Ever Winter Caribbean Season


Voyages to Antiquity, which specialises in cultural sailings aboard Aegean Odyssey, will offer its first ever season in the Caribbean and Cuba, from November 2017. 

It will be the first time that Voyages to Antiquity has offered cruises to this area, and follows extensive research to find a fitting region that offers a diverse  experience throughout the winter months. 

The announcement means that in 2017, Voyages to Antiquity will once again offer year-round cruising. 

Jos Dewing, managing director of Voyages to Antiquity, explains: “Allowing our passengers to uncover the lesser-known and lesser-explored places and ports of the Caribbean and avoid those islands frequented by the larger ships is a really exciting development for Voyages to Antiquity. We know that both our agent partners and our passengers are always looking for somewhere new, and our 2017 winter season promises to uncover the culturally rich stories, history and nature of this fascinating region.”

Aegean Odyssey – the cruise line’s intimate 350 passenger ship – will sail throughout the Caribbean during the winter 2017-18 season, with diverse itineraries that unearth the history and beauty of the islands. The winter season will feature a rich programme of ports not offered by larger cruise ships. 

Voyages to Antiquity will confirm itineraries and expert guest speakers in the coming weeks. 

Passengers interested in registering to be the first to book the new Cuba and Caribbean cruises can sign up to be alerted when booking opens at www.voyagestoantiquity.com. The new winter 2017-18 season from Voyages to Antiquity will be on sale in February 2017. 


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Jordan Bailey
21-year-old travel journalist, Jordan, has been reporting on cruise news since 2011. Since taking his first voyage on board Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas in 2009, Jordan has now been on over 50 cruises. He currently studies Journalism at Southampton Solent University.
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