Tuesday 12 August 2014

SeaDream cruise from Athens to Rome via Siciliy and Pompeii

SeaDream and the isle of Capri
 HAVE an authentic "Godfather Feast" in the actual castle in Sicily of the movie's murderous Godfather Corleone family, by contrast take a placid rowboat ride through Capri's famed Blue Grotto, or do a side trip to either volcano-ravished Pompeii or the gracious World Heritage amphitheatres, sanctuaries and temples of ancient Delphi…

These are but a few of the many diverse options available during 7-nights aboard the 5-star boutique SeaDream I between Athen's port of Piraeus and Civitavecchia (Rome) on October 11 of this year, SeaDream carrying a maximum 112 guests served by 95 crew.

Along the way you'll slip through the amazing 6.3km Corinth Canal begun by Emperor Nero with a golden pick in 602BC and not completed until 1893, sail slowly  and up-close at night past eternally-rumbling and fiery Mt Stromboli, and drop into the small and picturesque Greek village of Fiskardo with its panoramic views of the Ionian Sea and islands…

Prices begin from US$4,726pp twin-share, inclusive of award-winning cuisine, premium lunch and dinner wines, bar drinks, power and sail water-sports, port charges and taxes, and even onboard gratuities.

For detailed itineraries, onboard services and facilities, see travel agents or visit www.seadream.com

(After departing Piraeus SeaDream I visits Hydra, transits the Corinth Canal, Galaxidi, Fiskardo, Taormina,  sails slowly by Mt Stromboli at night, Amalfi for an overnight, "The Island of Love" Capri, and finally Rome's port of Civitavecchia.

Prices also include use of a 30-international course golf simulator, state of the art fitness centre, mountain bikes for shore excursions, and there's an optional-cost spa that is the world's only at-sea member of the Thai Spa Association.)  

For bookings and further details, see SeaDream specialist Cruise Express

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