Voyages of Discovery Announces mv Voyager


Formerly the Alexander von Humboldt, the mv Voyager is the newest addition to Voyages of Discovery. // (c) 2011 Voyages of Discovery

Voyages of Discovery has announced the addition of the mv Voyager to the Voyages of Discovery fleet.

Formerly the Alexander von Humboldt, All Leisure Group has invested significantly in improvements to mv Voyager since purchasing the ship in 2009, with further upgrades planned in the future. To date the ship has received major technical upgrades plus the addition of more cabins with balconies, creating extra comfort and space while still maintaining Voyages of Discovery’s renowned unique discovery cruising ethos.

Carrying just 550 passengers, mv Voyager offers a choice of 278 cabins, 30 of which have balconies, open seating dining in two restaurants plus an intimate pre-bookable restaurant and a range of large cruise ship facilities with small ship convenience. Like mv Discovery, the small size of mv Voyager means that the ship is able to access remote, out of the way ports – essential for the Voyages of Discovery destination-led cruise offerings.

mv Voyager will commence her maiden voyage in November 2012 with a full Caribbean, Central and South American program, including a cruise of the Amazon. At the same time, mv Discovery will be undergoing an extensive refurbishment during a three-month dry dock period, including the addition of teak decking, expansion of public areas, cabin improvements, updated furnishing and developments to dining areas.


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