Voyages Of Discovery Cruises

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Voyages Of Discovery
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Please note - Voyages of Discovery are no longer in operation as of January 2017.

Voyages of Discovery emphasise the simplicity of cruising with a focus on seeing more destinations and discovering more about them.

The soul Voyages of Discovery ship, Voyager, is a mid-sized ship, meaning it is able to more freely reach the out-of-the-way ports that some of the larger liners cannot get to, but it is also large enough to traverse great oceans with ease.

Host to around 550 passengers, Voyager is a niche discovery cruise; historians, explorers, naturalists and diplomats are welcomed aboard to hold lectures relating to destinations and the ancient and modern sites you will be visiting, offering a fully immersive experience.


Passengers requiring wheelchairs must provide their own collapsible ‘manual’ wheelchair. There are a limited number of wheel-chair accessible cabins available.

Please discuss your needs at time of booking to enable the smoothest of cruises and availability of anything you might need.

What's included

  • All meals including late night snacks
  • All entertainment
  • Pre and post cruise stays on many winter cruises
  • Informative lectures and enrichment programmes
  • Sauna, gym, Jacizzi and pools
  • Captains cocktail party
  • Tea & coffee
  • Onboard gratuities

Cruise guides & features

There are two restaurants aboard the Voyager, as well as speciality restaurant, The Explorer Club. Eating is a hearty affair, with breakfast consisting of the usual continental goods – croissants, fish, meat and fresh fruit. Evening and lunch menus are varied and cater for a variety of tastes.

Six course Gala-dinners take place at least twice on each cruise.


UK bookings include all on board gratuities and a service charge is already included in beauty and spa services, as well as wine and bar prices.

Dress Code

There is a recommended dress code during the evenings that is dependent on the restaurant in which you choose to dine.

A semi-formal dress code applies in The Explorer Club Lounge, whilst smart casual attire should be warn in the Discovery and Veranda Restaurants

There are usually two formal evenings per cruise with a black tie dress code, ladies are invited to wear evening gowns or cocktail dresses, and gentlemen tuxedos or dark suits & tie.

Cruise guides & features

Voyager hosts an understated yet engaging entertainment programme. As well as frequent guest speakers on board, you can also take part in various art and craft workshops, or for something a bit different, why not join the Choir at Sea?

Digital workshops are also available lead by experienced tutors.

There is a swimming pool and Jacuzzi onboard. For those wishing to get active, head to the on board fitness centre, followed perhaps by some relaxation at the Atlantis Spa.

Cruise guides & features

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