Sail From Malaga To Cape Town November 19 to December 19 On Aegean Odyssey, From £3,095 Per Person Double or £3,495 Single.

Aegean OdysseyBook your 31-day passage from Malaga to Cape Town in Voyages to Aniquity’s intimate 408-berth 12,094-ton Aegean Odyssey now in time to be in South Africa for Christmas. Cruise-only fares begin at £3,095 per person, double occupancy in an inside cabin, £3,995 per person in an outside cabin, £5,395 in a Deluxe outside and Balconies are available from £6,195 per person. Single cabns are available from £3,495, which is a single supplement of only 10%. Return flights from London are available at an extra £900 per person.

Malaga to Cape TownVoyage highlights

• 31-day cruise departing Malaga November 19, 2015
• Full board, wine with dinner, and gratuities on board
• 1 night hotel stay ashore in Marrakesh
• Shore excursions accompanied by expert local guides
• Wines of the world tasting course
• Highly regarded guest speaker program

Note: Scheduled flights to Malaga and return from Cape Town, and transfers abroad, are available at £900 pp.

Date DETAILED ITINERARY FOR YOUR VOYAGE Arrive Depart
November.19 Malaga, Embark Aegean Odyssey.  10 pm
November 20 Tangier, Visit the caves of Hercules and the  Kasbah 7 am 5 pm
November 21 Casablanca, Morning sightseeing 8 am
November 21 Marrakesh, Afternoon drive to Marrakesh. Overnight
November 22 Marrakesh, Morning sightseeing
November 22 Agadir, afternoon drive through the Atlas mountains 8 pm
November 23 At sea
November 24 Las Palmas, Tour the Bandama Crater 8 am 6 pm
November 25 At sea
November 26 At sea
November 27 Cape Verde Arrival into Praia for an overnight stay. 4 pm overnight
November 28 Praia, Tour of the old Portuguese capital 2 pm
November 29 At sea
November 30 At sea
December 1 At sea
December 2 At sea
December 3 At sea
December 4 At sea
December 5 Sao Tome, Explore Portuguese-influenced streets 2 pm 10 pm
December 6 Bom Bom Island, Sao Tome and Principe Free time 8 am 9 pm
December 7 At sea Crossing the Equator
December 8 At sea
December 9 Luanda, Morning city tour 7 am 1 pm
December 10 At sea
December 11 At sea
December 12 Walvis Bay, Included sightseeing in Walvis Bay noon overnight
December 13 Walvis Bay, Optional tours 2 pm
December 14 Luderitz, Included tour to Kolmanskop ghost town 10 am 7 pm
December 15 At sea
December 16 Cape Town, Cable car ride up to Table Mountain 8 am overnight
December 17 Cape Town, Included sightseeing to Robben Island overnight
December 18 Cape Town, Day at leisure and optional tours overnight
December 19 Cape Town, Disembark

For further details, please call The Cruise People Ltd in London on +44 (0)20 7723 2450 or email cruisepeopleltd@aol.com .

The Cruise Examiner for 5th September 2011 – Three Ships In, One Out For UK’s Smaller Fleets – Other Cruise News: Minerva To Get An Upgrade – East of Aden for Voyages to Antiquity – Royal Caribbean Fails the Avis Test: Update

THE CRUISE EXAMINER at Cybercruises.com
by Kevin Griffin

Three Ships In, One Out For UK’s Smaller Fleets – Minerva To Get An Upgrade – East of Aden for Voyages to Antiquity – Royal Caribbean Update

The Voyager has had balconies added and will join the Discovery at Voyages of Discovery

Last week was a big news week for the UK’s small to medium-size cruise ship lines, with announcements that both Voyages of Discovery and Noble Caledonia will be doubling their single-ship fleets, with the Voyager and Caledonian Sky, while Saga’s introduction of the Saga Sapphire will see its smallest ship, Spirit of Adventure, returning to the German market as FTI Berlin. Meanwhile, Voyages of Discovery’s sister line Swan Hellenic has announced plans for a major refurbishment of its Minerva, which will receive more balcony cabins, a forward-facing observation lounge and a new walk-around promenade one deck up from the new balcony cabins. Elsewhere, Voyages to Antiquity will be going year-round rather than seasonal in 2012/13 by adding winter itineraries to the Aegean Odyssey‘s program of summer Mediterranean cruises. And lastly, Royal Caribbean has done an about face on credits for the 130 passengers it left behind from the Serenade of the Seas last month in San Juan.

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