THE RITZ-CARLTON YACHT COLLECTION   LUXURY MEDITERRANEAN VOYAGES

DEPARTURE APR 26 2020

VOYAGE:Valletta〜Athens (Piraeus) 11200426

DURATION: 7 NIGHTS

FARES FROM:Please Call For Information

ITINERARY/OVERWIEW

4/26 Valletta 20:00 Depart

4/27 Sailing Time

4/28 Monemvasia 10:00Arrive 18:00 Depart

4/29 Santorini 08:00Arrive 19:00Depart

4/30 Mykonos 06:00Arrive 23:59Depart

5/01 Nafplion 14:00Arrive

5/02 Nafplion 16:00Depart

5/03 Athens(Pireaus) 07:00Arrive

The iconic sights and cosmopolitan chic of the Cyclades, the idyllic beauty of an Ionian island, and the stunning architectural heritage of an ancient Peloponnesian port town make this sailing an exceptionally scenic showcase of  romantic Greece.

SUITES&FARES

■THE OWNER SUITES  Please Call For Information                                                            Request a Call>

 MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS

・Large private terrace overlooking the ocean, with private whirlpool

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern Living and dining area

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE vIEW SUITES Please Call For Information                                                             Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Dramatic floor to ceiling glass throughout

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern Living and dining area

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE GRand SUITES Please Call For Information                                                          Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE LOFT SUITES Please Call For Information                                                              Request a Call>

 

 MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS  

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean on the upper level

・Picture window on the lower level

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxurious and modern living and dining area on the upper level

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

・Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference

■THE SIGNATURE MID SUITES Please Call For Information                                            Request a Call>

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

・Certrally located on the yacht

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

 

 

■THE SIGNATURE  SUITES Please Call For Information                                                   Request a Call>

 

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

■THE TERRACE MID SUITES Please Call For Information                                                Request a Call>

 

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

・Certrally located on the yacht

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference 

 

■THE TERRACE SUITES Please Call For Information                                                        Request a Call>

 

MAGNIFICENT OCEAN VIEWS 

・Private terrace overlooking the ocean

SPACIOUS SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS

・Luxury custom king bed sleep system

Double vanity bathrooms 

DEDICATED PERSONAL CONCIERGE

Dedicated Personal Concierge to coordinate the yacht experience and 24-hour in-suite dining,espresso machine, complimentary coffee and teas, and a refrigerator provisioned to your preference  

*Fares are per person based on double occupancy.Taxes,fees and port extenses of $148 per passenger are includes.

■Palma de Mallorca,Balearic Islands,Spain

 

The capital of the Balearic Islands, beautiful Palma is famous for La Seu, the massive Cathedral of Santa Maria overlooking the bay. The adjacent Alumdaina Palace has been a royal residence since the 14th century, and the Gothic-style Bellver Castle houses the city's history museum. The Juan March Foundation Museum boasts a permanent collection of 70 works by the most important Spanish vanguard artists of the 20th century. Beachgoers will find abundant options offering water sports, sailing, horseback riding and more, and shoppers should check out Avenue Jaime III and the tree-lined Passeig del Born. The rest of Mallorca holds plenty of appeal as well, from the Carthusian monastery where George Sand and Frédéric Chopin once stayed to the remarkable stalactites of the underground lake known as Cuevas del Drach.

■Formentera,Balearic Islands, Spain

 

 

Formentera is the smallest of the major Balearic Islands and more off the beaten path than its neighbor Ibiza. This pristine getaway is approachable for everyday folk yet also five-star fabulous. Yachts line up at the port, and it's quite possible to spot a supermodel on one of the exquisite beaches, such Playa de Ses Illetes. A long, thin arc of white sand and shallow turquoise water, the beach has often been named one of the world's best. Formentera has a booming bar and dining scene, from beach clubs with chic little outdoor cafés to Michelin-starred restaurants. Squid ink paella is a specialty. A strong ethic of environmental preservation has kept Formentera relatively undeveloped, so a rented bike or moped can lead to wetlands for birdwatching, to one of the watchtowers guarding the coast, or to the Lighthouse of La Mola, built in 1861 high atop a cliff and offering sublime views.

■Mahón,Balearic Islands,Spain

 

The approach to Mahón reveals white houses clinging to rocks with a historic town rising above one of the world's largest natural harbors, used as a port since the 3rd century BC. King Island floats halfway in, featuring ruins of a 6th-century basilica. The streets of Mahón present an interesting blend of ancient treasures, such as the medieval wall of San Roque Arch and the relics in the Museu de Menorca, and more recent gems, including the grand Georgian homes that remain from the British occupation of the island. The city's rich history is also reflected in its varied cuisine. A local cheese is named for Mahón, and the island is said to be the birthplace of mayonnaise. Hiking or biking a section of the Cami de Cavalls, the ancient path encircling the island, reveals Menorca’s remarkable scenery, and the open-air museum of megalithic monuments begs to be explored. 

 

■Bonifacio,Crsica,France

 

A narrow inlet lined with towering limestone cliffs, the approach to Bonifacio on the French island of Corsica is breathtaking. Napoleon Bonaparte was born here a year after the island transferred to the French from the Genoese, who established the town in the 12th century. Italian influence remains strong to this day. Connected by a staircase built into the cliffs in the 15th century, the town consists of the Lower Town near the port and the Upper Town, where the 9th-century citadel dominates. At Phare de Pertusato, a lighthouse perched near the southernmost point in Corsica, you’ll have picture-perfect views of the cliffs and the profile of the Italian island of Sardinia in the distance.  

 

■Porto Rotondo,Sardinia,Italy

Named for its round harbor, Porto Rotondo is a resort town on the Costa Smeralda. While a little quieter than Porto Cervo to the north, the town is no less beautiful and appealing. Some of the most idyllic beaches in this port are obscured by large boulders, so discovering them is an adventure in itself. The unassuming village behind the port has attractive outdoor cafés, restaurants and clubs situated on a pleasant town square. For a taste of rural Sardinia, visit the nearby town of San Pantaleo. Long a haven for artists and writers, it has a bohemian vibe and a gorgeous setting. 

 

■Lipari,Itary 

 

With seas as clear as those in the Bahamas and landscapes worthy of a film set, the gorgeous Aeolian Islands were obviously favored by the gods. There are eight islands in all with a variety of volcanic landscapes and local color, and each with its own unique character. Lipari is the largest with a lively Old Town of narrow streets clustered beneath an ancient citadel. There is little to acquire here but a tan; however, there is so much to savor – gorgeous scenery, black sand beaches, some of the freshest seafood in Italy, and golden wines known as the “nectar of the gods.” The chance to see the night sky lit up by the fireworks display from the neighboring island of Stromboli, a very active volcano, makes any visit memorable.

 

 

 

■Valletta,Malta

 

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Valletta is a diminutive city packed with history. Sailing into the harbor is an experience in itself, as the dome and spire of competing churches rise above the cluster of limestone façades and formidable ramparts. Built by the Knights of St. John in the 16th century, Valletta is architecturally Baroque in character, with Mannerist, neoclassical and modern elements as well. It’s easy to navigate the city on foot and take in sights such as the City Gate, National Museum of Archaeology, Grand Master’s Palace and St. John's Co-Cathedral, which houses the famous Caravaggio painting The Beheading of St. John. Gardens are plenty, including the Upper Barrakka, which offer panoramic views. In the Maltese countryside, megalithic temples reveal the island’s prehistoric past, and the surrounding waters are also worth exploring, particularly the gorgeous sea caverns of the Blue Grotto.