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Cruise Village 2020 - LEADERBOARD

Tradewind Voyages - The UK Collection

by Jess Clayton 24 Dec 2020 12:00 UTC
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See the British Isles & our neighbours from a different perspective aboard new Golden Horizon - the World's largest square-rigged sailing vessel.

Tradewind Voyages' philosophy is built on using the wind and currents to follow the sun, offering guests a sustainable way to see the world. With small guest numbers and an expansive upper deck, they offer guest space to relax on deck and feel the momentum of the ship, as the wind fills the sails.

Let them take you on the voyage of a lifetime.

Experience the highlights of Scotland in style, with visits with historic castles, glistening lochs and towering mountains.

Experience an Iceland Voyage that showcases the island's incredible natural scenery and wildlife.

Sail around Ireland, the Isle of Man, England and the Channel Islands, taking in beautiful cities, charming gardens and sandy beaches.

See the fascinating cities in the Baltic Triangle from a new light in the water.

Join Golden Horizon on a picture perfect journey as you sail along Norway's coastline.

Or, embark on a special voyage visiting the Isle of Wight during Cowes Week - the world's oldest and largest annual sailing regatta.

And now, you can save up to £600* on these incredible voyages!

Book now for the very best fares, and feel confident about doing so with Covid-19 and Financial booking protection.

Secure your place onboard and call The Cruise Village on 0800 810 8265 or visit www.thecruisevillage.com/tradewind for more information, itineraries & fares.

* Saving only applies to the 9 UK-UK Voyages sailing from either Harwich or Glasgow (Greenock) booked from 21/12/20 to 28/02/21. All bookings made since the launch will retrospectively receive the saving - Offer subject to terms & conditions

See the full UK Collection in the online brochure or visit the website for more information.

Cruise Village 2020 - FOOTER