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Cruise Director Neil Horrocks Quest for adventure


if Cpt Dunlop is there to take care of the sailing, Neil is there to take care of you. His role is to make sure that everything you could want is at your disposal. your cruise is not just about exploring and sightseeing, but also about relaxation. Fancy joining a watercolour painting class, or attending a lively lecture? Quest for Adventure’s Discovery lounge offers a range of activities during the day, and a variety of recitals and performances in the evening. Or there’s the library packed with more than 3,400 books and DVDs. prefer to be pampered? “you’ll be able to treat yourself to a massage, sauna or beauty treatment in the spa,” he says. The spa features an indoor pool, gym and treatment rooms, and offers the ultimate in pampering and relaxation.”


“Your cruise is not just about exploring and sighseeing it’s also about relaxation”


Cruise Director Jo Boase saga ruby


For cruise director Jo Boase, the Saga Ruby’s size is one of the best things about her. “She offers a refreshing contrast to today’s more impersonal ‘super-liners’. She holds a maximum of just 661 passengers, so that you’ll never feel like just a face in a crowd. With her teak decks and elegant furnishings, she takes you back to a more gracious era of ocean cruising – just one of the many reasons i love sailing on her.” Saga Ruby may be reminiscent of classic bygone days, but her facilities are thoroughly up to date. Ms Boase says: “you may be surprised by the variety of Saga Ruby’s public rooms and facilities.” She adds: “There is a high ratio of crew to passengers so you can be sure every passenger receives Saga’s trademark attentive service.”


“You may be surprised by the variety of Saga Ruby’s public rooms and facilities”


April/MAy 2012


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