Tradewind Voyages releases its 2022/23 programme

Next year's schedule includes a Golden Horizon sailing across the Pacific, Americas and Antipodean. 

Ahead of Golden Horizon's inaugural sailing on July 1, 2021, Tradewind Voyages has launched the 272-passenger tall ship's 2022/23 programme. Four new collections, made up of 23 different voyages, have been announced.

North Pacific Collection, West Coast America Collection, South Pacific Collection and Antipodean Summer Collection make up the ship's programme, with the extensive schedule covering 20 countries for the first time, including Japan, USA, Canada, Mexico, Guatemela, Peru, French Polynesia, Fiji and New Zealand. 

Prices start from £1,099 per person, based on a double outside Marina Cabin, including all meals and soft drinks, wine and beer with lunch/dinner. 

The 'Contrasts of Japan' cruise, part of the North Pacific Collection, starts from £3,199 per person. 

'Colours of the Mexican Coast', from the West Coast Americas Collection, starts from £2,099 per person. 

'Pearls of French Polynesia', from the South Pacific Collection, starts from £1,799 per person.

'Crossing the Tasman Sea', from the Antipodean Summer Collection, starts from £1,099 per person. 

The ship will undertake a series of voyages through Japan in May and June 2022, before heading to Alaska, via Russia and the Aleutian Islands, and continuing onto Canada and the USA. Further voyages will bring the ship through Central and South America from August to October 2022, soaking up Panam, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Peru and Chile. The ship will see in 2023 after sailing through French Polynesia, Tonga, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and Fiji, following up with an extended route in Australia and New Zealand. 

Commenting on the new collections, head of sales Mark Schmitt explained: “We’ve had great interest in our voyages this year and we’re thrilled to be able to offer even more opportunities to sell this unique experience through 2022/23. With the addition of the North Pacific, Americas and an Antipodean summer season, comprising 23 voyages, we’ve opened up a whole range of diverse trips that will enable guests to see the world differently. We thank the agent community for the ongoing support and look forward to working further with them.”


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