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AD Associates Provides Fresh Look for Spirit of Adventure



AD Associates has provided a comprehensive architectural design service to Saga Cruises for the new Spirit of Adventure, including overall design direction and project support, up until the vessel’s delivery in 2020. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Saga reveals Spirit of Adventure’s ‘separate identity’



New artist’s impressions of Saga Cruises’ second new ship Spirit of Adventure which launches in summer 2020 reveal a confident, bold and adventurous style – with a selection of speciality restaurants including Khukuri House, a restaurant serving a modern take on traditional Nepalese cuisine that has been inspired by Gurkha heritage.

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14 November 2018, 12:02 Lord Winston sails into uncharted British waters as guest speaker on Spirit of Discovery’s maiden cruise



Renowned scientist, politician, writer, TV presenter and great British speaker Lord Robert Winston will soon be sailing into, for him, uncharted waters. As guest lecturer on Saga Cruises’ new ship Spirit of Discovery’s inaugural cruise, A British First, he will be taking ‘a special opportunity to go around the British Isles’.

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Saga’s Voyage Across the Continent: an Epic 23-night river cruise through eight countries from North Sea to Black Sea



Amadeus Royal (Courtesy Saga)According to legend, Constanta Beach is where Jason landed with his Argonauts after finding the Golden Fleece and this eight-mile stretch of Romania’s Black Sea coast is one of the treasures to discover on Saga’s Voyage Across the Continent river cruise.

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Try on a toga and dine at a Roman banquet while Saga’s Spirit of Discovery sails into the Med




Rome - Piazza San Pietro - Vatican CityA Roman banquet will put guests in the mood to explore Italy’s past and present aboard Saga’s new luxury boutique cruise ship. The Spirit of Discovery cruise offers the chance to visit Rome, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii, as well as Gibraltar and the Spanish pilgrimage centre of Santiago de Compostela.

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