SEADREAM Yacht Club is kicking off next year's Mediterranean Summer with an exceptionally priced seven days aboard its boutique SeaDream II from Rome to Athens, and with the opportunity to stay aboard for a second week at an even more-tempting price to visit some of the smaller and most historically fascinating ports in Greece and Albania.
After departing Rome's port of Civitavecchia next June 11 the 5-star mega-motor-cruiser will visit dreamy Capri, have an overnight stay in Sorrento for time to visit Pompeii, call at Taormina in Sicily with an option of climbing volcanic Mt Etna, have a full day at sea, and then visit Fiskardo, Galaxidi (for ancient Delphi,) and make a transit of the famed Corinth Canal before Athens port of Piraeus.
Price starts from US$4726pp twin-share including drinks from the open bars, wines with lunch and dinner, power and sail water-sports where locally permitted, onboard gratuities, and Government charges and taxes.
And an immediately-following 7-days Piraeus-return allows an opportunity to take in more of Delphi (one of the top three archaeological sites in Greece,) the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Butrint in Albania, Katakolon where the ancient Olympics were held, Gythion to visit Sparta for a taste of yester-year Greece, Elafonisos Island with its famed seafood tavernas, and historic Hydra whose port is renowned for its restaurants, shops and markets – and for being car-free.
That week is priced from US$4297pp twin-share including a 10% Second Week Saving on the cruise portion. (There is no saving on Government charges, taxes etc.)
SeaDream II has just 56 staterooms for a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew. For full details see travel agents or visit www.seadream.com