In a first for the cruise line, Voyages of Discover will add a butler service and introduce an easier booking system aboard its vessel.
Exclusively revealed to Cruise Passenger, the move is part of a company rebranding and is designed to make cruising more relaxed.
Following extensive customer research, Voyages of Discovery will introduce exciting new itineraries, a new butler service and simplified cabin categories and brand new packages.
It all starts on November 2015.
Colin Wilson, group sales director, says: “It was made very clear from our extensive customer research that passengers wanted a simpler, easier approach to their cruise booking. Simplified cabin categories will make it easier to pick the right one. A new butler service will add a touch of luxury for passengers travelling in the Owners Suite. Guests in Junior or Balcony suites will also be able to upgrade to this exclusive extra.”
He adds: “Similarly, ‘add-ons’ including spa and drinks packages will allow guests to personalise their trip and make their own decisions about what is important to them. We also introduced a new logo and new website with a more contemporary look with simplified search functionality, improved content and tablet and mobile phone capabilities, will further enhance the experience from the very outset.”
The new brochure, which will be released in November, with its fresh look, includes 14 exciting new itineraries through the Atlantic, Caribbean, South and Central America – including cruising the Panama Canal – and across to Africa and Iberia. Highlights include Voyager’s maiden visit to Mexico’s Pacific coast and Algeria, along with a journey along the North East Coast of South America to explore unique ports of call including Suriname, Guiana and French Guiana.
Exciting new itineraries include:
Join Voyager on this 14 day cruise to extend the summer as she heads south from Gaudi’s Barcelona, making her maiden call in Algeria, before travelling to Morrocco, beautiful Maderia and ending the journey in the dramatic volcanic Canaries. Highlights of the cruise include the UNESCO world heritage site of ancient Tipasa, Portugal’s hidden gem Porto Santo, and wandering the narrow streets of Rabat’s old Kasbah and souks. Departs Barcelona, 28th October 2015.
South America’s Wild Coast
Alternatively, join Voyager as she makes a special journey along South America’s ‘Wild Coast’. An opportunity to explore the beauty between the Orinoco and Amazon deltas, guests will experience the former Dutch colonies of Suriname and Guyana before enjoying beautiful Caribbean islands including Tobago, Trinidad, Grenada and Barbados. Departs Bridgetown, 24th November 2015.
Colours of Central America
This brand new itinerary features all new ports of call for Voyager. Join her on this exciting itinerary and discover the atmospheric cities and untamed beauty of Central America, as the ship sails from colonial Cartagena to cosmopolitan Acapulco. Guests will travel up the beautiful Caribbean coast, through the extraordinary Panama Canal, to the sublime shores of the Pacific, dotted with national parks, palm-lined beaches, coffee plantations, tiny villages and forested mountains. Departs Cartagena, 31st January 2016.
For more information or to request a copy of the new brochure, contact Discover the World on 1800 OCEANS (623 267) or email email@example.com
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