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TORONTO — Back in April 2019 Voyages to Antiquity was forced to cancel 10 cruises on the Aegean Odyssey for repairs to the ship’s starboard engine.
Less than five months later, Voyages to Antiquity has announced that it is ending operations completely by the end of next month.
The 10 cancelled sailings started with departure dates in May and went all the way through to the end of August.
Now, says Managing Director Jos Dewing, the company has made the difficult decision to cease operations completely at the end of October, saying that the negative impact of having Aegean Odyssey out of operation for so long was ultimately impossible to overcome.
Dewing says the final four cruises of the 2019 will proceed as scheduled. Voyages to Antiquity is sold in Canada through Exclusive Tours, part of Merit Travel Group.