Tall ship start-up Tradewind Voyages has released details of long-haul voyages for 2022-23.
The programme release comes ahead of the company’s 272-passenger ship Golden Horizon making its debut on a UK sailing from Harwich on July 1.
The square rigged ship will call at more than 20 countries for the first time, including Japan, US, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, French Polynesia, Fiji and New Zealand.
The vessel will run 23 voyages including several different voyages in Japan throughout May and June 2022, before heading to Alaska, via Russia and the Aleutian Islands, then into Canada and US.
The ship will continue with a series of sailings through Central and South America, from August to October 2022, taking in Panama, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Peru and Chile, including Easter Island.
It will then sail through the Pitcairn Islands to French Polynesia, Tonga, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and Fiji.
The 140-cabin Golden Horizon will sail into 2023 with an extended spell in Australia and New Zealand, including a crossing of the Tasman Sea where cruise-only prices start at £1,099 per person.
Head of sales Mark Schmitt said: “We’ve had great interest in our voyages this year and we’re thrilled to be able to offer even more opportunities to sell this unique experience through 2022-23.
“With the addition of the North Pacific, Americas and an Antipodean summer season, comprising 23 voyages, we’ve opened up a whole range of diverse trips that will enable guests to see the world differently.
“We thank the agent community for the ongoing support and look forward to working further with them.”