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|Monday||Sep 7||Venice, Italy||4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||Sep 8||At Sea|
|Wednesday||Sep 9||Olympia (Katakolon), Greece||8:00 am||4:00 pm|
|Thursday||Sep 10||Athens (Piraeus), Greece||7:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Friday||Sep 11||Istanbul, Turkey||4:00 pm||Overnight|
|Saturday||Sep 12||Istanbul, Turkey||4:00 pm|
|Sunday||Sep 13||Mykonos, Greece||12:00 pm||6:00 pm|
|Monday||Sep 14||Rhodes, Greece||8:00 am||4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||Sep 15||Crete (Chania), Greece||8:00 am||4:00 pm|
|Wednesday||Sep 16||At Sea|
|Thursday||Sep 17||Korcula, Croatia||8:00 am||4:00 pm|
|Friday||Sep 18||Venice, Italy||10:00 am||Overnight|
|Saturday||Sep 19||Venice, Italy||6:00 am|
Discover the magic and mystery of Venice, a city built entirely on water. Along the iconic Piazza San Marco, elaborate buildings attest to its splendor and elegance. But the city's character lies along crooked streets and across little bridges (such as the Bridge of Sighs), and of course the famous picturesque gondola rides. Probably the most famous site in Venice is St. Mark's Basilica. Built to enshrine St. Mark's body in the 9th century, it was rebuilt in the 11th century with a new, spectacular edifice. This intricate masterpiece is one of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture, with an elaborate five-domed roof and nearly two acres of gold-backed mosaics covering its walls, arches, cupolas, vaults, and floors. Many of the sculptures and mosaics there were stolen from Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire during the Crusades.
The port of Katakolon is the gateway to the Peloponnese, one of Greece's most intriguing and least well-known areas. In addition to being home to the region's famous site of ancient Olympia – one of the most treasured remnants of the classical world, the Peloponnese offers lesser-known but majestic and ancient sites, natural wonders and an insight into the traditional rural life that still endures in this country. A distinctly Greek welcome can be experienced here like nowhere else. The region reveals what it means to be Greek: traditions that go back thousands of years, simple but delicious and healthy cuisine, towering mountains, crystal blue seas and, above all, the true hospitality of the people.
Piraeus is the main port of Athens, the biggest in Greece, and one of the most important in the Mediterranean Sea. No visit to Athens would be complete without a visit to the Acropolis. There you'll find the Parthenon, the largest building in the Acropolis and one of the world's most awe-inspiring sights. It was built as a temple to Athena and is still a remarkable structure today. Visit the Plaka, the old neighborhood of Athens and discover the narrow streets and alleys, single-story houses, neoclassical villas, taverns and many tourist shops or explore the National Archaeological Museum, home to a formidable collection of the world's antiquities.
Arriving in Istanbul, Turkey on board a ship is an unforgettable experience. The Bosphorus, dividing Europe and Asia, welcomes passengers with ocean breezes and views of Istanbul's best attractions. Byzantium, Constantinople, Istanbul…This historic city has worn many names over the centuries, and its rich mix of cultures and history is present everywhere. In Justinian's Hagia Sophia, stand where Holy Emperors were crowned. See the treasures of the Ottomans at the Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace, where a maze of 500 rooms contains a king's ransom in jewels. Throughout the city are the sounds of the evening call to prayer, the smell of exotic spices, and the sight of minarets against the sky.
This island is one of Europe's favorite playgrounds. It is the classic Greek Isle (named after the son of the god Apollo), with hundreds of whitewashed churches, houses clinging to the hills, thatched windmills catching the brisk breeze, and a busy harbor bobbing with fishing boats and luxury yachts. Visit neighboring Delos, which was the sacred isle and the religious center of the Aegean, with its impressive temples and ruins. Mykonos boasts of its incredible beaches, charming tavernas with terraces open to the sky and the sea air, active nightlife, and great shopping.
Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese (the name translates as "twelve islands"), draws more visitors than most other Greek islands. Its capital, Rhodes Town, offers an enduring blend of history and architecture, and the island's interior is filled with lushly forested hills. To the south, Lindos, one of the most stunning villages in all of Greece, is watched over by a picture-perfect ancient ruin on the hill above. Though many civilizations have left their mark on Rhodes, its independent spirit has endured and the island has managed to retain its natural beauty, from the mountain heights down to gorgeous beaches and coves.
The port of Souda on the Aegean Sea is home to a Greek and NATO naval base and is located three miles from Chania—the second-largest city on Crete, which itself is the largest of the Greek Islands. In Chania, set your compass for the historic waterfront with its famous Venetian Harbor dating to the 14th century. Walk along the breakwater to the restored 500-year-old lighthouse for photogenic views. The atmospheric tangle of streets that is Old Town is easily explored on foot, and you can stop at one of the many outdoor cafés for a bouyatsa (custard pastry) or a glass of Cretan red wine.
Croatia's sixth-largest island is covered in pine trees, olive groves and vineyards. Korcula Old Town is the island's treasured highlight and a UNESCO World Heritage Site candidate. Its stone architecture and historic ambiance reflect almost four centuries of Venetian rule, with towered gates, lion statues, magnificent palazzos and elaborate stonework peppering the charming streets. Venturing out of the Old Town, you will encounter historic villages, picturesque bays, waterfront promenades and welcoming locals. Korcula is one of the last places on earth where knightly games like the Moreska dances are still regularly performed and where medieval fraternities still keep up their centuries-old traditions. The island truly is a treasure trove of history, nature and serenity.
Stateroom categories differ based on location on the ship.
Prices are per person in U.S. Dollars.
Categories K & J offer limited availability in the larger size. Bathrooms are shower only, no bathtub.
All outside cabins on the Main Deck. Includes 4' x 5' large, non-opening window.
Cabins include a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling windows and a private verandah.
Staterooms have a large sitting area with sleeper sofa for 1 person, dual sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath, additional shower stall, DVD player, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
*For 1st and 2nd guests in the cabin only
The Signature Beverage Package allows you to select from a variety of wine, beer, spirits, cocktails (including non-alcoholic), sodas, bottled water (sparkling 330ml or still 500ml) & coffee! Includes any beverage priced at $11.00 or lower (up to 15 beverages per day). Participants may order only one drink at a time and must be 21 years or older. Sharing is not permitted. Excludes Mini Bar, Honor Bar, Chocolate Seduction, In-Room Dining, beverages on Half Moon Cay, Freestyle Coca-Cola and any self-service draft beer. Packages are not transferable or refundable.
$600 per person is required to secure your cruise reservation based on double occupancy
Balance due on June 2, 2020
Port Charges/Taxes $515.00 per person (may be subject to change)
3rd and 4th Adult Passenger Rates (including workshop):
$1,286 for Suites (SY, SS, SB, SA)
$1,236 for Verandah cabins (VD, VC, VB, VA, V)
$1,186 for Ocean-view and Interior cabins (L, K, J, E, D, C)
Children rates (under 18 years old) as 3rd or 4th passenger (no workshop):
$536 for Suites (SY, SS, SB, SA)
$486 for Verandah cabins (VD, VC, VB, VA, V)
$436 for Ocean-view and Interior cabins (L, K, J, E, D, C)
All flights into Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Italy should arrive prior to 12:00 PM (noon) on September 7, 2020.
Airfare is Not Included
All flight departures from Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Italy should leave no earlier than 11:00 AM on September 19, 2020.
Airfare is Not Included