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The company's sole ship, Voyager, is able to access remote, out-of-the-way ports essential for the destination-led cruise offering. Voyager attracts a well-travelled, slightly older-than-average group who care more about interesting destinations and educational talks than lavish facilities.

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Editor's note: In January 2017, Voyages of Discovery's parent company All Leisure Holdings Ltd. went into administration.

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Onboard

Voyager features:

Scott's Lounge: a classic piano bar serving cocktails into the evening

Lookout Lounge: providing panoramic views from the front of the ship.

A new terrace: with all-weather awning added to the Veranda Restaurant to allow guests to dine al fresco style.

Digital media players: allowing guests in all cabins to access and view a large selection of films, classical concerts and documentaries.

Fellow Passengers

Voyager attracts a well-travelled, slightly older-then-average group who care more about interesting destinations and educational talks than lavish facilities. On our 2007 Antarctic cruise, which a spokeswoman for the line said was typical of winter cruises, more than a third of the passengers were British, a third were from the U.S. or Canada, 20 percent were Australian or New Zealanders, and five percent were part of a Japanese tour group. She added that summer cruises tended to be about 60 percent Brits with the remaining balance Anglophones from other hemispheres. According to the cruise line, 30 to 40 percent of passengers aboard are likely to have sailed with the line before.

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