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|July||14, 21, 28|
|August||4, 11, 18, 25|
Embarkation 3 pm - Short sailing to St Tropez
St. Tropez is a glamorous playground for the wealthy,
but anyone can spend an afternoon at a sidewalk café, watching the spectacle unfold. The south of France played a role in the history of modern painting, its clear light inspiring artists, so that even today many live and work here. For mesmerizing views, head up to the 16th century Citadel. Or stroll the old town, overflowing with restaurants, trendy boutiques, and galleries. Late in the evening we leave St. Tropez and cross to Corsica.
Overnight at sea to Corsica.
With its palm trees and promenades, Ile Rousse has more common with the French Riviera than with Corsica.
The beach is a short walk from the port and near the Paoli Square, the heart of the city. Your optional walking excursion will take you to the covered market, to the Church of Immaculate Conception. Later we will reach Ile de la Pietra by a causeway. The afternoon optional half day excursion will take you to Calvi and to some of most striking "fortress" like villages of the Haute Balagne as well as Calenzana, Montemaggiore and Pigna.
Overnight at sea to Bonifacio.
Excursion Highlights: Stroll down the narrow, twisting lanes of this lovely walled cliff-top medieval town past ancient buildings where native son Napoleon walked when he commanded the local garrison in 1773. Visit stunning churches like Ste. Marie-Majeure, a 12th-century structure with a fountain that collects rainwater, and the old market.
Overnight at sea to Elba Island.
We reach the island of Elba in the morning. Elba was settled by the Greeks in the 10th century BC, and later became known as the home to the exiled Napoleon Bonaparte. Your optional excursion includes a visit to the Palazzina dei Mulini, the home he shared with his sister in 1814 and much more can be seen in the villa of San Martino and the Demidoff Museum. The excursion also includes a stop at a local winery. After lunch we cross over to mainland to Portovenere.
Late evening arrival in Portovenere.
Overnight in port.
Today your optional full day excursion brings you to Cinqueterre, five villages clinging to the Ligurian cliffs on the west coast of Italy at nearly the same distance from one another - Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. See these sites as the ancient mariners had - from the sea. Depart from the pier northward and marvel at the views as you approach the beautiful coast with villages suspended above the sea, almost defying gravity. Five picturesque locations of pastel-colored houses and terraced vineyards alive with the aroma of olive trees. Arrive at the village of Vernazza, where you disembark the vessel for a guided walking tour of this 1st-century village. Notice the richness of its architecture, which evinces a wealthier standard of living than that of other villages. Following your tour, free time is afforded to browse the local shops or enjoy a cafe. The next stop, the most westerly village and Cinque Terre's beach town, Monterosso. The town is divided into two distinct parts, San Cristoforo Hill, and the old maritime village protected by a rock spur.
At sea to Portofino.
Picture a tiny town of pastel houses lining the shore of a small harbor full of sleek yachts, crowned by a castle and backed by verdant hills dotted with villas. Throw in charming waterside restaurants specializing in seafood, and a national park with miles of hiking trails among chestnut and olive groves, where you can work off the pasta that in Italy is just the first course, between the antipasto and the main. Now you know why this quaint little fishing village became a playground of the rich and famous. Our optional walking excursion will show the insights of this beautiful little town. Late at night we leave Portofino for an overnight sailing to Monte Carlo.
Today we reach Monte Carlo or Monaco, land of the rich and famous and of the Grimaldi reigning family, its F1 race and its Palaces. Our morning excursion will start with a drive along the famous Grand Corniche with its stunning views of Monaco and the Old City then stroll through this marvellous quarter and its pink Grimaldi Palace where a section of the Prince's quarters is open to the public. After lunch, the excursion to the colourful and no less famous villages of Grasse, St Paul de Vence and Eze, home of the greatest painters in history is not to be missed.
Overnight in Monte Carlo.
Early morning sailing to Nice.
Disembarkation 9 to 10am
Note: The cruise itinerary is subject to weather conditions.
Main Lounge: Located on the Main deck, right off the reception area, the Main Lounge is gracefully designed and finished with wood panels. There is ample seating space for moments of pleasure or relaxation and modern AV equipment for presentations. The mini library/ Internet suite, just off the Main Lounge, offers a variety of books and magazines as well as free Internet.
Dining Room: The glass enclosed dining room seats 75 passengers and allows for spectacular views around you, while dining in an elegant environment. It extends to the adjacent open deck, also seating 50 passengers and allowing for breakfast, lunch or dinner to be taken "al fresco". Food is served at the table or displayed on the state of the art hot & cold buffet which also includes an "a la minute cooking" section.
The Horizons Bar & Lounge: The open Upper Deck Bar Lounge offers stylish shaded seating and is the ideal spot for reading, relaxing or dancing under the stars until the late hours at the sound of our resident DJ/entertainer.
The Spa & Fitness Suite: Located at the Marina Deck, it offers Massage, Sauna and some fitness equipment. Our Balinese Spa Supervisor provides also hair, face and nails treatments.
The Sun Deck: Balinese beds and sun loungers are available to sunbathe in total comfort while enjoying drinks served from the Sun Deck Horizons bar.
The 68m Variety Voyager accomodates up to 72 guests in 36 cabins. 28 cabins are located at the Marina and Main Decks and 8 staterooms at the Horizons Deck. Cabins and staterooms sizes range from 16 to 20 m2 /170 to 216 sq.ft. Cabins at the Marina deck feature two oversized portholes and cabins at the Main and Horizons deck feauture large windows. All cabins have individually controlled A/C and ventilation, minibars, flat screen TV’s, DVD players and all the amenities of a luxury ship. Bathrooms are finished with warm marble and Corian materials.
|C - Lower deck||Twin or double bedded cabins||$2,990|
|B - Lower Deck||Twin or double bedded cabins||$3,590|
|A - Main Deck||Twin or double bedded cabins||$4,290|
|P - Upper Deck||Twin or double bedded cabins||$4,890|
|Owner’s Suite -
|Twin or double bedded cabin||$6,000|
|3rd Person||Reduction for 3rd in Cat. A cabins||30%|
Cruise Fares in USD Per Person Double Occupancy
The Company reserves the right to substitute vessel with one of equal or better quality. Swim stops are weather permitting. Itinerary is subject to weather conditions and sailing is not permitted in force 7-8 Beaufort winds.Terms and Conditions Back to Scheduled Cruises Main Page