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  • Do I need to complete a booking form?

    No.  To confirm your booking you will need to contact our Reservations Team and pay the 10% deposit required.  We will issue you with a confirmation invoice and a copy of our Terms and Conditions.

    If you have any queries or any details are incorrect, please let us know straight away.


  • Do I need to purchase travel insurance?

    Yes. It is a condition of contract with us that every member of the booking has travel insurance in force for the entire duration of the holiday, covering at least the cancellation of the booking and providing medical cover for illness, repatriation while overseas and loss of baggage. 

    Details of your policy must be added to the ‘Already Booked’ section on our website along with your Passenger Information as soon as possible, we will not check the suitability of your policy, however, and it remains at all times your responsibility to ensure the insurance cover you purchase is adequate for your needs.

    Details of policies that may be suitable for your needs are available from International Travel and Healthcare Limited. With specialist policies available they can cover travellers of all ages, and subject to medical screening acceptance, also cover your health conditions too. Call 01689 892 292 or visit for more information.


  • How do I make a booking?

    You can call our Reservations Department on 01865 302550.

    We are open Monday to Friday, 9.00 to 17.30. One of our Travel Consultants will be pleased to assist you with your enquiry. Alternatively you can make an enquiry through our website.

  • How fit do I need to be to travel with Voyages to Antiquity?

    The cruises and land programmes featured in our itineraries include extensive sightseeing, which may involve walking on uneven surfaces, up and down multiple stairs, and require a certain level of fitness and mobility.  Some ports on the itineraries may require disembarkation of the ship with the ship’s or local tenders/boats.

    It is important that you read our ‘Fitness to Travel’ section which can be found by clicking here.

    All preexisting medical conditions must be declared before travel.  By booking with Voyages to Antiquity and paying your deposit, you are accepting the terms, and certify that you are fit to travel and not travelling against medical advice.     

  • I have paid the deposit for my cruise. What happens next?

    Once you or your travel agent has your reservation confirmation, please visit the AlreadyBooked section of our website. Here you will find everything you need to know before you travel, along with reading guides, information essential for visas, suggested dress, packing and if available at the time of booking, details concerning the shore excursions that will be offered during your voyage. Please note that, depending on the date of your booking and the date of your departure, information specific to your travels may not be available until approximately 9 months prior to departure. Voyages to Antiquity will send updates to booked guests when new information is added about their voyage.

    Guests are also required to provide the Required Passenger Information. This information must be provided no later than 55 days prior to cruise departure. Guests can enter the required Passport details online simply visit the Already Booked section on the website and click Update Passenger Information.  A booking number is required to enter your information online.

  • What is a Grand Voyage?

    At Voyages to Antiquity we offer extended cruises called Grand Voyages, which combine the itineraries of two or more standard cruises back-to-back at a discounted rate. These packages range from 20-130 days long, are available in both the Mediterranean and Far East and are perfect for passengers wishing to extend their voyage through the history of the ancient world.