All inclusive Athens round trip Crystal Cruise
Crystal yacht cruises
Athens round trip
Day 1– Athènes, Greece embark 9pm
Day 2– Delos island, Greece arrive 8am depart 11:30
Day 2– Mykonos, Greece arrive 12pm
Day 3– Mykonos depart 5pm, Paros island arrive 8am depart 10pm
Day 4 -Patmos, Greece arrive 8am depart 10pm
Day 5– Santorini Greece arrive 7:30 depart 10pm full day Santorini Tour. Your first stop will be the ancient settlement of Akrotiri. With your English-Speaking guide, you will visit the ruins of the prehistoric village of Santorini, which was destroyed by the volcanic eruption in the ancient times. You will see elaborated drainage systems and sophisticated multi-storeyed buildings that were decorated with magnificent wall paintings (several of them housed in the museum of Fira), which clearly show its great prosperity and development. Enjoy free time on the black beach, where you can have lunch (not included). Continue for a photo stop at Profitis Ilias monastery , where you will enjoy the most fabulous panoramic views of the island and after you will visit the wine museum, where you will learn the secrets of Santorinian wine and have a wine tasting. Your last stop is the traditional settlement of Oia, which is located on the northern tip of the island, high on the cliff top. Oia hosts the most magnificent views on Santorini and a picturesque road with cliffs on one side and sea on the other leads to this attractive town. Walk around and discover the typical Santorinian architecture with houses sunk deep into the volcanic soil, their whitewashed walls and blue domes sparkling under the sunlight. Enjoy the sunset in Oia
All our excursions are booked to fit in with the arrival and departure time in Port
Day 6– Crete/Chania, Greece arrive 8am depart 9pm
Day 7 Monemvasia, Greece arrive 6am disembark
Ship and accommodation
The all-suite, butler-serviced, 62-guest yacht is perfectly suited for guests seeking active experiences in remote locales that are often only accessible by smaller ships. Yacht Suites boast 280 square feet of spacious luxury, with either king- or queen-sized beds and a comfortable sitting area ideal for taking in sea views. Bathroom amenities, and robes and slippers are all included, as well as 42-inch, flat-screen HD TVs, free unlimited Wi-Fi and a personal iPad for each suite that allows guests to navigate the daily cruise and activity report and other convenient info.
Crystal Esprit also features an exclusively outfitted private marina, equipped with virtually everything guests could want for any manner of water sports and exploration. Travelers enjoy complimentary use of water skis, wake and paddle boards, kayaks, jet skis and snorkel gear, while the yacht also offers deep-water adventures up to 1,000 feet in the yacht’s own private submersible for an additional charge.
On board dining:
The Yacht club- restaurant features made-to-order pastas and risottos, seafood and meat antipasti, and a raw and salad bar – all served in a bright and immaculate setting.
Patio Café- serves made-to-order omelettes, waffles and pancakes and a health bar with fresh fruit and vegetable juices for breakfast and a selection of Crystal’s modern and classic specialties for lunch
Sunset Bar & Grill- menu features burgers, wraps and locally inspired “global street food,” served tapas style and reflecting the destinations visited;
The Pantry- is the 24-hour “go-to” spot for freshly baked light snacks and pastries, coffee and a self-service wine bar;
Crystal Esprit Guest Suites- s also allow travellers to indulge in the plush privacy of their own staterooms, with available 24-hour dining.
The Onboard Experience
The yacht’s open decks also set a luxurious stage for daytime yoga, Pilates and meditation classes.The Fitness Center features state-of-the-art cardio equipment
Please contact us via the Enquiry form below or call us direct on 01279 822068 to check availability
The first modern Olympic Games was held in the city in 1896.
It seems no matter where you dig in Athens, something ancient is discovered! That was certainly the case when the Athens Metro was being built. In fact, many of the items found during the construction were sent to museums in Greece.