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Date  Port
  • July 9 Venice, Italy
  • July 10 Split, Croatia
  • July 11 Relaxing Day at Sea 
  • July 12 Santorini, Greece
  • July 13 Patmos, Greece
  • July 14 Kusadasi, Turkey
  • July 15 Istanbul, Turkey
  • July 16 istanbul, Turkey 
  • July 17 Mykonos, Greece
  • July 18 Athens, Greece


July 9

Date : July 9, 2021

Venice, Italy

Comprised of over 120 islands in the Adriatic Sea, Venice is one of the worlds most unusual cities. Here, canals replace streets, and residents use water taxis to navigate their city. The bustling square around St Mark's Basilica is certainly one of the world's best known examples of Byzantine architecture, a still-impressive relic from the days when Venice was the worlds leading maritime power.

July 10

Date : July 10, 2021

Split, Croatia

The largest city on the Adriatic Coast, seaside delight Split has been influenced by being under Roman, Venetian, Austria, French, Italian and Yugoslav control. There is an abundance of culinary delights throughout its restaurants and wine cellars. Sites such as Diocletian's Palace and Mausoleum, the Grgur Ninski Statue and the Cathedral and Bell Tower of St. Domnius justify its position as a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site.

July 11

Date : July 11, 2021

Relaxing day at sea

July 12

Date : July 12, 2021

Santorini, Greece

The island's capital of Thira is a maze of whitewashed buildings and narrow cobblestone streets atop a cliff hundreds of feet above the island's main port, where yachts and cruise ships anchor. Small, family-owned vineyards dot the center of the island. And for a romantic moment, head to the tiny town of Oia and watch the sun sky turn a dozen shades of pink and orange as the sun slowly drops over the horizon.

July 13

Date : July 13, 2021

Patmos, Greece

Nature lovers rejoice in idyllic Patmos, encompassed by pristine blue waters, sheer cliffs and volcanic soil. Stumble upon popular stunning beaches and dive into warm waters of the Aegean Sea. Adventure to the Cave of the Apocalypse or fire up your taste buds with a culinary adventure at Patmos' top restaurants and tavernas.

Kusadasi, Turkey

Date : July 14, 2021

July 14

Once the capital of the Roman province of Asia Minor, this costal town is now an archeologist's dream with easy access to the ancient city of Ephessus. This former Greek banking and trading center is rich with historic sites, including the Great Theater, the Temple of Hadrian, and the temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Istanbul, Turkey

Date : July 15, 2021

July 15

In addition to being the cultural and financial center of Turkey, Istanbul is the only city in the world that spans two continents. There are more exciting restaurants, bars, galleries and clubs around town than exquisite Ottoman mosques, although Istanbul's history and exotic culture are present everywhere. At night you'll be immersed in one of the worlds' most exciting scenes, with something for everyone including friendly gay bars & nightclubs.

Istanbul, Turkey

Date : July 16, 2021

July 16

Spend a day strolling through the Grand Bazaar, explore the famous Blue Mosque, or wander through the majestic Topkapi Palace, with its gardens, libraries, and 400-room harem.

Mykonos, Greece

Date : July 17, 2021

July 17

Quaint, whitewashed villages contrast with sexy, international beach crowds and a pulsing nightlife in Myconos, one of the world's hottest gay destinations. Chora, the island's main town, is a tangle of twisted, cobblestone alleys that reveal a surprising range of interesting boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Work on your tan and enjoy the scene at the super gay Super Paradise Beach before heading back into town for a sunset dinner than enjoying the vibrant nightlife that has made Mykonos a true international hotspot.

Athens, Greece

Date : July 18, 2021

July 18

Athens has been the center of Greek civilization for some 4,000 years. The capital of modern Greece, it's still dominated by the 5th-century-B.C.E. landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings such as the colonnaded Parthenon temple, as well as treasures in the National Archaeological Museum. In recent years, a lively gay scene has emerged in Gazi district. The area is populated with many chic restaurants, art galleries, bars and boutique shops.

  • All prices in U.S. Dollars.
  • All rates above per person based on double occupancy.
  • Stateroom and verandah sizes are approximate.
  • Smoking in suites and staterooms and on balconies is strictly prohibited.
  • Gratuities will be charged to each guest’s onboard account at a rate of $144 per person for standard rooms and $207 per person for suites, also based on double occupancy.
  • In addition to the initial deposit, a second deposit is due on January 10, 2021. Final payment is due on April 10, 2021. Cancellation penalties start on the day the reservation is made.

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