Swan Hellenic adds two new destinations to 2024 expedition collection

Swan Hellenic adds two new destinations to 2024 expedition collection

Voyages range from eight to 21 nights

Swan Hellenic has released its 2024 cruises, available to book now. The collection offers sailings to the Arctic, Antarctic, South America, Africa and the Mediterranean.

Voyages range from eight-night sailings to 21-night semi-circumnavigation itineraries, including first-time calls at Cuba and the Bijados Islands.

SH Vega will sail from Ushuaia to the Antarctic Peninsula until March 2024 before taking a 21-day South Atlantic semi-circumnavigation cruise to Cape Town, calling at the South Shetland Islands, South Georgia, and Gough Island.

The lead-in price for the itinerary is US$23,740 and includes regional flights, airport transfers, all meals on board, drinks, lecture programmes, some expedition activities and WiFi.

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SH Vega will then operate cruises up the west coast of Africa and on to Lisbon, before offering Celtic discovering voyages of Cornwall, Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

The vessel will then sail to the Arctic to begin its summer season before crossing to Halifax and journeying south, spending October and November in the Caribbean and Brazil.

Larger ship SH Diana will be based in Antarctica until late February 2024, after which it will sail north into the Chilean Fjords and up the west coast of South and Central America to La Paz, Mexico. The ship will then cross to Greenland in May to begin its Arctic season.

An eight-night Iceland in Depth itinerary sails round-trip from Reykjavik, calling at Isafjordur, Vigur Island, Grimsey Island, Akureyri and Heimaey. Prices start at US$11,114 based on a 1 June 2024 departure.

On 20 July 2024, SH Diana will leave Norway and spend the summer season sailing in the Mediterranean before transiting the Suez Canal and Red Sea to South Africa until late November, arriving Ushuaia in December for its Antarctic season.

Chief executive Andrea Zito said: “We’re truly delighted with the fantastic itineraries our experts have curated for 2024, enriched with exciting new destinations including Cuba and the Bijados Islands. We’re now offering an unrivalled choice of worldwide opportunities to see what others don’t with unique style and personalisation.”

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