Explora I maiden journey details revealed

Thursday, 24 Nov, 2022 0

Explora Journeys  unveiled details of its maiden voyage for first ship, EXPLORA I

It sets sail on 17 July 2023 from Southampton.

The brand will make its debut with a 15-night inaugural journey to Northern Europe with calls to 12 ports in four countries.

Michael Ungerer, Chief Executive Officer, Explora Journeys, said: “We are thrilled EXPLORA I will introduce guests to some of the most breathtaking destinations in Northern Europe.”

EXPLORA I departs Southampton to Zeebrugge, and calls in Norway to Geiranger, Trondheim, Molde, Leknes, Brønnøysund, Flåm, Bergen and Stavanger.

It then continues to Denmark to Skagen and Copenhagen.



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