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But this friendly little ship is only part of the package. With Quest for Adventure you can expect entertaining lectures from guest speakers and tailor-made excursions included in the price: all are designed to help you get the most from the fascinating places you visit. Food is, of course, an important aspect too, and on Quest for Adventure you’ll be able to tuck into delicious meals that are often inspired by the region you’re visiting.

There is the choice to dine informally in the buffet restaurant, alfresco on the veranda or in style at the waiter-served Dining Room, and because you’ll be sharing your discovery cruise with no more than 450 other passengers, there is just one leisurely sitting for dinner, meaning you can eat when you like and won’t be hurried to finish your meal in readiness for the next guests.

One last thing – cruise with Quest for Adventure and you can be sure that you’re getting true quality as well as value for money, as every cruise includes a return chauffeur service to the port or airport, travel insurance and additional cancellation cover, all meals and snacks, entertainment and activities, a choice of excursions and even gratuities on board – so there’s no need to worry about who or how much to tip.

† Private chauffeur service up to 75 miles or shared chauffeur service between 76 and 250 miles each way. A flexible UK travel service is available should you not require the chauffeur – choose from car parking, rail, coach or even UK domestic flights, subject to availability.

Speaking of tips, ours would be to book your cruise straight away, because even if the price of the cruise comes down after you’ve booked, Saga will automatically pass the value of the saving right back to you!

So don’t delay: call 0800 300 567 (quoting PREM1) or click here to find out more about the Quest for Adventure.

Written by: Rufus Olaniyan

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