Vantage Deluxe World Travel Celebrates Christening of its First Ocean-going Ship, “Ocean Explorer”

Vantage Deluxe World Travel celebrated the christening of “Ocean Explorer”, Vantage’s first ocean-going small-ship, at the Raymond L. Flynn Cruiseport Boston Terminal in Boston on Monday.

Along with Vantage Founder & Chairman, Henry R. Lewis and local dignitaries, the ship’s Godmothers, Patricia Lewis, wife of Mr. Lewis, and Vice President of Worldwide Operations Deirdre Dirkman, performed the ceremony.

Ocean Explorer will navigate worldwide with 15 exciting itineraries that include Europe, a transatlantic passage to North America, Central and South America, and Antarctica.

Itineraries include: Boston: Autumn in New England & Canada: Montreal to Boston; Final Frontiers: Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands; Deep into the Amazon: Brazil, Colombia & Peru; and Arctic Adventure: Iceland, Greenland, and Beyond.

“At Vantage, our goal is to provide the ultimate in small-ship luxury experience,” said Henry R. Lewis, Founder & Owner, Vantage Deluxe World Travel.

“Ocean Explorer will offer a completely unique experience for travelers who want to immerse themselves in the culture of faraway lands and truly experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, while enjoying the incredible service and amenities of an intimate small ship environment.”

The five-star, intimately-scaled Ocean Explorer synergizes luxury travel and expedition cruising. Accommodating up to 162 guests with 77 cabins and a landmark 15 solo cabins, breathtaking views abound on the ship’s soaring multilevel observation lounge and lobby. Multiple stateroom and suite options are available, walk-out balconies offer private panoramic observation opportunities, and select categories offer triple accommodations to enhance family and group experiences.

(Vantage Deluxe World Travel)