Vantage Deluxe World Travel is offering new expedition and discovery cruise itineraries for travelers in 2023-2024, the company announced in a press release.
The newly announced voyages include shorter cruises to Antarctica and first-time itineraries to South America, the Mediterranean and Caribbean.
“From the shores of the Mediterranean and Latin American marvels to the dramatic wilderness of Antarctica and lively cultures of the Caribbean, Vantage’s new 2023 and 2024 journeys will take our guests to the most remote and exciting destinations in the world,” said Deirdre Dirkman, EVP of worldwide operations & marketing at Vantage Deluxe World Travel.
“We hope everyone discovers their dream journey with Vantage this year,” Dirkman added.
Vantage’s recently released expedition cruising itineraries offer what the company calls “fresh opportunities” to see destinations that include the Arctic, Antarctica and the Amazon.
New in 2023, Vantage will offer a shorter length Antarctic cruise named Antarctic Express Expedition. The seven-night cruise begins in Ushuaia, Argentina, and features fewer days at sea, in addition to two days in Antarctica.
New sailings from Central and South America including Argentina, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica, Barbados and Chile have also been announced.
These journeys enable travelers to spend more time enjoying experiences ashore and place a major emphasis on exploring natural habitats, Vantage said.
The 2023-2024 season will also mark Vantage’s first full season with two ships, the Ocean Explorer and the Ocean Odyssey – which joined the fleet in late 2022.
The small vessels were built for global luxury expedition travel, the company said, and will navigate worldwide with 48 itineraries that will bring travelers to all seven continents.
New itineraries include stops in Greece, Slovenia, Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Portugal, Barbados, Bahamas, Scotland, Norway, Ireland and Sweden.
According to the company, its small ship cruising itineraries allow guests to immerse themselves in the culture of centuries-old towns and villages.