Despite the COVID crisis, Spirit of Discovery sailed ~145,000 NM/nautical miles, completed a total of 48 voyages, visited 273 different destinations, and served 2825 shore excursions. Spirit of Adventure navigated ~80,000 NM, with a total of 23 voyages, 144 destinations, and 1617 shore excursions.
Although the boutique vessels are small with a capacity of 987 passengers, every need has been catered for with 36.9M meals served and ~668,000 bottles of wine poured across both ships since they undertook their inaugural voyages.
Gin & tonic tops the poll for the most popular alcoholic drink, while filet steak is the top meal choice onboard the SAGA ships. Passengers also make their way through ~3,100 cups of tea per day and since the liners began sailing some 5.7M eggs, 9,200 kg of lobster, 13,500 kg of Dover sole, as well as a whopping 190,000 kg of smoked salmon have been served.
The state-of-the-art onboard gyms have helped travelers burn off the calories and ~12,000 vacationers have made use of the spas to enjoy the top treatment of acupuncture.
Across the two cruise ships 150+ guest entertainers including the likes of Rustie Lee and Jools Holland, and 200+ guest speakers including author and journalist Martin Sixsmith; champion jockey, Bob Champion CBE; and Royal Yeoman, Robert Large, graced the stage.