Visit Minerva in Portsmouth on 21 July 2015
Take the opportunity to visit Minerva in summer 2015 whilst she is berthed in historic Portsmouth. Enjoy a welcome drink in the panoramic Orpheus Lounge, see the ship’s spacious lounges, bars, open decks and cabins at your leisure followed by a delicious lunch in the Swan Restaurant. To book your place, please print, complete and return the registration form by 31st March 2015. Final details will be confirmed within three weeks of your visit date.
Click here to download the registration form
Places cost £25 per person. Priority will be given to those who have not previously visited Minerva. Please be advised that places are limited in availability and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We recommend registering your interest early.
Please note: We will contact you after the closing date to confirm your place and at this point payment will be taken.
Swan Hellenic is proud to be a partner of the National Trust, offering unique, cultural travel experiences aboard our floating country house hotel Minerva, and blending world-class sites with smaller, off the beaten track destinations
Our renowned Guest Speaker programme illuminates the history and culture of each place visited on an inclusive programme of tailor-made shore excursions. In the evening, open seating dining allows you to dine at leisure and savour memories of your time ashore with like-minded travellers as well as Guest Speakers.
With all gratuities on board and ashore also included in your fare, a Swan Hellenic cruise represents exceptional value for money.
Choose to travel on our special National Trust partnership cruise or on any other Swan Hellenic cruise as a National Trust member, and you will also benefit from a 5% discount. Just quote National Trust at the time of booking or when you request a brochure to ensure your special savings are added.
National Trust Partnership Cruise 2015
Your Guest Lecturer on this cruise will be Ms Sarah Staniforth – Former Museums and Collections Director, National Trust.