Tradewind Voyages launches 2022-2023 program for its Golden Horizon ship

   June 13, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Ahead of the inaugural ex-Harwich England sailing of Golden Horizon on July 1, 2021, the new cruise brand Tradewind Voyages UK launched its 2022-2023 program for the 272-passenger tall-sailing ship.

4 new collections, spanning a total of 23 different cruises, have been introduced by the start-up: Antipodean Summer Collection, North Pacific Collection, South Pacific Collection, and West Coast America Collection.

The extensive program will see the vessel visiting 20+ countries for the first time, including the USA, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Guatemala, Fiji, French Polynesia, and New Zealand.

Fares start from GBP 1,099 pp based on a cruise only, twin/double outside Marina Cabin, including all meals and wine, beer, and soft drinks with lunch/dinner.

  • North Pacific – Contrasts of Japan (GBP 3,199 pp)
  • West Coast Americas – Colours of the Mexican Coast (GBP 2.099 pp)
  • South Pacific Collection – Pearls of French Polynesia (GBP 1,7999 pp)
  • Antipodean Summer – Crossing the Tasman Sea (GBP 1,099 pp)

Golden Horizon's maiden voyage to New Zealand is to be complemented with a return to Australia. The tall ship will undertake a number of different voyages in Japan throughout May & June 2022, prior to heading to Alaska, via Russia and the Aleutian Islands, and then into Canada and the USA.

Golden Horizon cruise ship

The maiden season will continue with a series of cruises through Central and South America, from August through October 2022, taking in El Salvador, Panama, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, including Easter Island. The largest tall ship in the world will then sail through Pitcairn Island (Adamstown, UK) to French Polynesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, Fiji. Golden Horizon is expected to sail into 2023 with an extended stay in Australia & New Zealand.

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