Special Offers

Difficult or Unpopular Voyages

Hold on a minute, you would think Classic Sailing would say that all voyages are popular and easy to do?

Life ain’t like that.

It is obvious that the prices are structured to give a great value voyage for you and a fair return for the vessel owners.

However, ships can’t always put together a programme that takes them on one best selling voyage straight to another. Sometimes they have to be in one place at a specific time and then hurry off to somewhere else. Between these two points there may be logistic problems in people joining or leaving the voyage, or the voyage is not perceived as the most exciting. (Oh and sometimes the price is just wrong, we all want to be perfect but reality is different.)

These voyages are where you will actually get the best value for your money, you will go places, see things not many people are aware of and have a brilliant time.

Example

Take a look at this great offer from Morgenster. Starting in Cayenne in French Guiana on the South American Mainland. A short voyage exploring the interesting parts of this South American Coast, it’s not rocket science, oh yes it might be!  Stopping off in Paramaribo as the last port on this continent before heading north into the Caribbean Islands heading for St Georges in Grenada.

If you are going all this way, putting the two voyages together makes a very worthwhile decision. Of course we have reduced the price to encourage you to book now.

Two Tropical Voyages combined for a great price.

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