Voyages of Discovery’s flagship, Discovery, is designed to accommodate 650 passengers, and her smaller size also means that she is able to access places that larger cruise ships cannot. Voyages always have expert guest speakers who are knowledgeable in history, geography, zoology and culture of the places you visit. For those travelling alone, Voyages of Discovery has special deals for singles on all our cruises.
Take in a show, dance to the ship’s orchestra or relax over a quiet drink in the Explorer Bar. Days at sea offer informative talks and lectures, bridge visits, art classes, films and recitals, as well as bridge classes, tournaments and competitions under the supervision of a Bridge Director.
For breakfast, lunch dinner and midnight snack, there is a choice of the main restaurant or alternate dining in the Yacht Club.
Facilities on board include a health and fitness centre, two swimming pools, two Jacuzzis, three lounges, five bars, two restaurants, a nightclub, cinema, library, card room, internet centre and shop.
|INSIDE STATEROOMTwin/double bed, Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Hair dryer, Bathroom with shower||OUTSIDE STATEROOMTwin/double bed, Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Hair dryer, Bathroom with shower and/or bath||JUNIOR SUITETwin/double bed, Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Hair dryer, Bathroom with shower and/or bath|
CHOOSING YOUR ITINERARY
Summer 2011 sees Discovery cruising to the Mediterranean, the Baltic, Scandinavia and beyond.
Vessels: MV Discovery
Star rating: 4 star
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
Accommodation, All meals, Entertainment, Port taxes, Gratuities, Government fees, Room service, Lectures/presentations.
Discovery‘s 2010/11 schedule will cross the Mediterranean to the Caribbean through Central America, then on to a complete circumnavigation of South America including the well-documented but seldom-visited Falkland Islands.