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Voyages of Discovery reveal Summer 2012 Brochure

Voyages of Discovery Cruises has revealed their new summer 2012 brochure that details new sailing destinations, unique travel experiences and 25 new port calls including Bodø (Norway), Itea (Greece) and Kotor (Montenegro).

Departing from Harwick and Portsmouth, Discovery is planned for a number of no-fly cruises throughout the summer that will sail to France, Netherlands and the Baltic. Fly-cruises will be available from September 2012 to make the most of the autumn Mediterranean weather.

The latest brochure contains details of new itinerary destinations with a particular focus on the Baltics. The three cruises, Baltic Icons, Timeless Baltic and Baltic Treasures will offer three full days in St. Petersburg with the option of either a full day tour of Moscow or an evening visit to the Hermitage. Additionally, the Baltic Icon will visit the region’s most historic and cultural cities making it a highly recommend cruise for art lovers.

Another destination highlight for 2012 is the fly-cruise Adriatic and Aegean Odyssey that concentrates on the Mediterranean. It will visit the famous canals of Venice and the port of Itea in Ancient Greece as well as Europe's most southerly fjord, Kotor Bay in Montenegro.

Discovery have also announced that due to the increasing popularity of hiking cruises, the Footloose programme will be added to the itineraries of two Nordic and White Sea Adventure cruises and to a port stop in Greece on the Nordic Natural Wonders cruise. The Footloose programme is specially designed to allows small groups of hikers the opportunity to walk areas less known and off the beaten track.