Having spent the past seven years defining and refining our unique approach to cruising the lesser-known and lesser-explored places and ports of Europe, Voyages to Antiquity is delighted to announce that a completely new programme for the winter months will soon be launched – register your interest today.

Aegean Odyssey

Our 350 passenger ship, Aegean Odyssey

We have been looking for a complete destination that can become a suitable home for Aegean Odyssey during the winter months, one which will enable us to deliver our unique insight, focus and exploration of the ports on offer. And as such, completing a full annual programme for our beloved ship.

Following many months of research, reading and inspection visits, we have now chosen the Caribbean and Cuba as our winter home. This region is often represented by generic images of cobalt blue seas, dazzling beaches and palm trees, yet these fascinating and culturally rich islands have an extraordinary history that extends across the entire globe. Voyages to Antiquity will take our passengers on a series of fascinating voyages through this unfamiliar history, to places of incredible historic and natural interest. To places where the larger ships and associated crowds are not present…

The Cathedral of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception is one of eleven Roman Catholic cathedrals on the island of Cuba

The Cathedral of the Virgin Mary is one of eleven Roman Catholic cathedrals on the island of Cuba.

Our new programme will explore the history and tales of the Caribbean in a way never done before by a cruise line and we look forward to taking you there with us.

Famous red clock tower on the main guardhouse at the Garrison Savannah

The famous red clock tower on the main guardhouse at the Garrison Savannah in Bridgetown, Barbados

Our new winter cruise programme commencing in November 2017 will be announced in the coming weeks. Register your interest today.

Make sure you keep an eye on the website for more information!

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Take a look at our current 2017 programme >