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Managing Director

A Winter’s Tale From Voyages To Antiquity

Our blog today is a story from our Managing Director, Jos Dewing, that tells of Voyages to Antiquity’s unique beginning and ultimately sheds light on our winter 2018/19 programme. A season that we are immensely proud of and that is a true epic of the ocean waves; a five-month, six-cruise exotic adventure that begins and ends in Aegean Odyssey’s spiritual home of Athens and takes in half the world in between. It is always fascinating to learn that the things …

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A very special accolade for a truly unique cruise line…

Voyages to Antiquity won a major, consumer voted, travel industry award last week. “Best Specialist Cruise Line” in the British Travel Awards 2016. Managing Director, Jos Dewing, reflects on such a major achievement for the company. Less than two years ago, I embarked on the most rewarding adventure yet in my career, leading the highly regarded and completely unique small-ship cruise company, Voyages to Antiquity. One thing I quickly realised after taking up the new post, was how difficult it …

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A special and unique reunion cruise by Jos Dewing

On the 2nd September 2016 our Managing Director, Jos Dewing, had the pleasure of joining 70 past passengers on board Aegean Odyssey in Greece. These were members of our loyalty group, the Odyssey Club, and were booked on our annual Odyssey Club Reunion cruise. The Reunion cruise for 2016 focused on our quintessential Greek Island cruise and pre-stay in Athens, with a twist… Jos shares with us his on-board experience. Our Odyssey Club members enjoy significant benefits when booking with us. …

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Bougainvillea flowering on a side street in Preveza

Preveza – The ‘Padstow’ of Northwest Greece?

In May 2015, Aegean Odyssey sailed from Istanbul to Venice. Managing Director Jos Dewing likens his experience to Rick Stein’s latest culinary broadcast, BBC’s ‘From Venice to Istanbul’ as he visited this extraordinary part of the world. Last night I got home in time to catch part of Rick Stein’s latest culinary broadcast, BBC’s ‘From Venice to Istanbul’. The show has somewhat captured our attention at the office as it practically follows in the wake of arguably, one of our …

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