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Voyages to Antiquity wins ‘Best for Enrichment’ and ‘Best Specialist Cruise Line’ at the Wave Awards 2019

Voyages to Antiquity has won two awards at the 2019 Wave Awards: ‘Best for Enrichment’, and ‘Best Specialist Cruise Line’, with the latter voted for by the general public.

Finalists attended a prestigious black-tie event and gala dinner at London’s De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, where they were treated to first-class entertainment from Marella Cruises and comedian Hal Cruttenden.

Jos Dewing, Managing Director of Voyages to Antiquity, said: “What an amazing night for all the team at Voyages to Antiquity. I’m so incredibly proud of everyone who has worked so hard to ensure the VTA experience is something very special. Enrichment has always been at the heart of what we do, from included land excursions and tours to an on-board programme of expert guest speakers, it’s wonderful to be recognised for this again tonight. And to be voted Best Specialist Cruise Line by our passengers is the icing on the cake.”

The double win is the fourth year in a row that VTA has taken home the ‘Best for Enrichment’ prize at the prestigious event, which celebrates the very best of the cruise industry.

For more information on VTA visit www.voyagestoantiquity.com or call 01865 302550. For more information on the Wave Awards visit https://www.thewaveawards.com/the-wave-awards-2019-winners/

 

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ABOUT VOYAGES TO ANTIQUITY: Award-winning Voyages to Antiquity cruises reveal the cultural treasures and natural wonders of Europe, Africa and Asia, in the company of renowned guest speakers and through an expertly-planned programme of shore excursions designed to bring to life the ancient civilisations of the regions visited. Superb value-for-money cruise fares include flights and transfers, shore excursions, all meals and wine with dinner on board, with low single supplements on solo cabins. MV Aegean Odyssey is a first-class vessel carrying an average of 350 passengers – small enough to cruise rivers and inlets inaccessible to larger ships, yet large enough to offer an array of facilities, including a choice of dining venues, outdoor pool, spa centre and well-stocked library.

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