PUTTING ON THE RITZ – (in Greece, Turkey, Italy & Croatia) – 14 Aug 2024 – Cruise Traveller

PUTTING ON THE RITZ – (in Greece, Turkey, Italy & Croatia)

Cruise Line
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Seven Seas Voyager
Package Departs
14 Aug 2024
Package Duration
20 Nights
Embark Ship
Athens (Piraeus) Greece
Disembark Ship
Trieste, Italy
E - Concierge Suite C - Penthouse Suite A- Penthouse Suite SS - Seven Seas Suite (Aft)
AU $15,975
per person
AU $17,970
per person
AU $19,675
per person
AU $41,740
per person

Package summary: 20 nights Cruise & Stay
Package starts: 14 August 2024 – at Athens hotel, Greece
Cruise starts: 15 August 2024 – from Piraeus, Greece
Cruise ends: 31 August 2024 – into Trieste, Italy
Package ends: 3 September 2024 – at Venice hotel, Italy

Twin Category E Concierge: was $25,020 – your special price from $15,975*pp
Twin Category C Penthouse: was $30,250 – your special price from $17,970*pp
Twin Category A Penthouse: was $32,180 – your special price from $19,675*pp
Single Category E Concierge: was $54,133 – your special price from $31,845*

Book by 14 February 2024 and receive a bonus USD $250 per person shipboard credit on each cruise^.

PUTTING ON THE RITZ Cruise & Stay package prices include:
– 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay in Athens
– One way transfer from Athens hotel to port at Piraeus
– 16 night ultra luxury Regent Seven Seas Voyager cruise from Athens to Trieste^ (made up of back to back cruises)
– All shipboard main meals including specialty dining
– Unlimited shore excursions* (note we recommend booking as soon as possible to secure your preferred excursions)
– Unlimited onboard beverages, including fine wines and spirits
– Open bars and lounges plus in-suite mini-bar replenished daily
– Pre-paid ships gratuities
– Unlimited onboard WiFi
– Valet laundry service onboard cruise ship
– One way transfer from Trieste port to Venice hotel
– 3 night Venice 5-star hotel stay with breakfast

Special Conditions

*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin (unless stated as single) in AUD, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (02Feb24). Some cabins may have obstructed views. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Travel agent service fees may apply. Special conditions apply - please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. Please note that the prices shown here are not shown in real time. While we endeavour to keep our pricing as up-to-date as possible, the advertised prices shown here may differ from the prices in our booking system at time of reservation. Offer ends 29Feb24 or sold out/withdrawn and is subject to availability at time of booking. We reserve the right to correct errors without penalty. ^Cruise is made up of back to back sailings, while all possible efforts will be made to secure the same cabin number throughout, a cabin change may be required in Istanbul. Shore excursions are included on a Regent Seven Seas cruise, however, they are on a first-come best dressed basis and we recommend you book your shore excursions (for each cruise) as soon as possible after depositing on your cruises. Excursions can be changed once onboard (subject to availability) and not all shore excursions may be available to you, depending on when you book. Regent Seven Seas Cruises may restrict the number of valet service laundry items per day and onboard wifi speeds may vary. Airfares are not included.

Special Validity Dates

Special is valid from 02 Feb 2024 to 29 Feb 2024 or until sold out/withdrawn.

Exclusive Offer!

Pre-cruise Itinerary

14 Aug 2024 Make your own way to Athens hotel by 14 August 2024
15 Aug 2024 Transfer to port, embark Seven Seas Voyager ship in Piraeus

Cruise Itinerary

15 Aug 2024
Athens (Piraeus) Greece
6:00 AM 9:00 PM
16 Aug 2024
Syros, Greece
8:00 AM 6:00 PM
17 Aug 2024
Santorini, Greece
7:00 AM 11:00 PM
18 Aug 2024
Patmos, Greece
7:00 AM 6:00 PM
19 Aug 2024
Skiathos, Greece
9:00 AM 6:00 PM
20 Aug 2024
Bozcaada (Tenedos), Turkey
8:00 AM 5:00 PM
21 Aug 2024
Istanbul, Turkey
8:00 AM
22 Aug 2024
Istanbul, Turkey
6:00 PM
23 Aug 2024
Mykonos, Greece
1:30 PM 9:30 PM
24 Aug 2024
Athens (Piraeus) Greece
5:30 AM 7:00 PM
25 Aug 2024
Santorini, Greece
7:00 AM 7:00 PM
26 Aug 2024
Gythion, Greece
7:00 AM 5:00 PM
27 Aug 2024
Corfu, Greece
11:00 AM 8:00 PM
28 Aug 2024
Kotor, Montenegro
9:00 AM 6:00 PM
29 Aug 2024
Dubrovnik, Croatia
8:00 AM 6:00 PM
30 Aug 2024
Split, Croatia
7:00 AM 4:00 PM
31 Aug 2024
Trieste, Italy
7:00 AM

Post-cruise Itinerary

31 Aug 2024 Transfer to Venice hotel for a 3 night stay
01 Sep 2024 Venice at leisure
02 Sep 2024 Venice at leisure
03 Sep 2024 Check out hotel on 3 September 2024. Ends.

All itineraries and ports of call at the discretion of the cruise line subject to local weather conditions and may change without notice.

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Category Twin Per Person     Single Per Person
E - Concierge Suite
C - Penthouse Suite
A- Penthouse Suite
SS - Seven Seas Suite (Aft)

16 Night Cruise sailing from Athens (Piraeus) to Trieste onboard Seven Seas Voyager.

The luxurious Seven Seas Voyager® harbors overtones of elegance throughout, from the refined Penthouse Suites to the modern touches of the Voyager Lounge.

Highlights of this cruise:

Syros, Greece
If Santorini and Mykonos are the superstars of the Cyclade Islands, Syros is its bastion of authentic Greek life. Founded during the Greek Revolution in the 1820s, the capital city of Ermoupoli is a dreamscape of pastel-colored neoclassical buildings and grand churches. Savor the ‘Duchess of the Aegean’ with visits to Plateia Miaouli, Ermoupoli’s marble-paved square; St George’s Cathedral atop the medieval hilltop settlement of Ano Syros; and Vaporia, the city’s most picturesque quarter, brimming with architectural splendor, ornate mansions and the church of Saint Nikolas, the patron saint of Ermoupolis.

Santorini, Greece
With dramatic views of classic whitewashed houses clinging perilously to the side of the caldera and stunning beaches of white and red sand or black pebbles, it’s no wonder this may be the most photographed scenery in the world. Visit Ancient Akrotiri, the archeological site of a town frozen in time by ash from an eruption 3,600 years ago. Also worth a day trip is the Volcano of Santorini Palea (old) Kameni and Nea (new) Kameni , two small islands of black lava positioned in the centre of the basin of Santorini.

Patmos, Greece
Discover the small, yet significant town of Patmos with its walled monastery and precariously perched whitewashed houses. Explore the tiny winding alleyways leading up to the imposing Monastery of St. John the Divine. Enter through the cave where he had his revelation in 95 AD. Have a look around the convent next door. Enjoy spectacular vistas of the pristine Aegean sparkling as far as the eye can see. Cool off at one of the many public beaches or discover your own private cove. Shop for sacred icons, exquisite jewelry, high quality leather goods, fine ceramics and original artwork. Enjoy a glass of local wine or tour a local olive grove.

Skiathos, Greece
You won’t find bare, rugged hills on this most popular of the Sporades Islands. Be prepared instead for pine-forested mountains sloping down to some of the most dazzling, white-sand beaches in the Aegean. Skiathos Town is the heart of the island, a cosmopolitan capital of narrow whitewashed alleys, restaurants and quaint tavernas. North of the town on a rocky headland stands the remains of the island’s medieval capital of Kastro, abandoned since 1830 but once a pirate-proof village. Visit the 18th-century Monastery of Panagia Evangelistria for a glimpse of Greek revolutionary history – it was here in 1807 that several heroes of the War of Independence took the Oath of Freedom.

Bozcaada, Turkey
The tiny island of Bozcaada floats peacefully off the western coast of Turkey in the Dardanelles Strait that connects the Marmara to the Aegean. This charming port boasts untouched bays with a rich marine life, delightful local culture, significant historical heritage, and world-class wine.

Istanbul, Turkey
Once serving as the capital of the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires, Istanbul today offers impressive architecture, historic sites, dining, shopping, nightlife and exotic atmosphere. Spend time in the Old City to explore renowned places, like the Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace.

Mykonos, Greece
Steeped in Greek mythological history, Mykonos was named after Apollo’s grandson, Mykons, and was the location of the grand battle between Zeus and the Gigantes. Today, this island is one of Greece’s most adored destinations due to its picture- postcard setting and growing nightlife. Mykonos is a superb example of Cycladic architecture, and by law even new buildings have to be built in the same style of whitewashed, organic, cube-like buildings. Be sure to plan a day trip to take in picturesque Little Venice, the unique Paraportiani church, and the archeological dig at Delos.

Gythion, Greece
Once the seaport of Sparta, Gythion welcomes visitors with a beautiful coastline and white sand beaches. Near the entrance of the city is the Theatre, which still houses the ruins of the Temple of Athena and the Gates of Castorides. The Archaeological Museum of Gythion has a vast collection that includes finds from excavations of the many ancient sites throughout the city. Be sure to enjoy a delicious seafood lunch al fresco in a traditional ouzerie.

Corfu, Greece
Legendary Corfu is a lush and romantic island, written about by Homer in his famous Odyssey. The island’s history is full of battles, indicative of Corfu’s turbulent position that lasted until modern times with unification with modern Greece in 1864. Corfu offers a combination of cosmopolitan and time-honored Greece. As well as a flower-strewn countryside and Adriatic-style villages, Corfu has splendid coastal scenery and some excellent secluded beaches.

Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor is a coastal town in Montenegro, located in a most secluded part of the Gulf of Kotor. The old port, surrounded by an impressive city wall built by the House of Nemanjicc, is very well preserved and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Numerous other attractions include the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon in the old town (built in 1166), and ancient walls which stretch directly above the city. Nightlife also attracts tourists to Kotor with pubs, taverns, cafes, and nightclubs.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century by a group of refugees from Epidaurum (today’s Cavtat). It is known worldwide for its unique marble-paved squares, tall houses, steep-cobbled streets and fountains. The city walls, once used to as protection against its enemies, now keep motorists at bay in this picturesque town. UNESCO named the Old City a World Heritage Site, and Dubrovnik’s beautiful historic sites have been restored to their former glory.

Split, Croatia
Split is the largest Croatian city on the Adriatic coast. Split achieved fame when the Roman emperor Diocletian, noted for his persecution of early Christians, had his retirement palace built here. The spectacular stone edifice and its grounds and cellars are a major highlight of any city tour. Other points of interest include the Cathedral of St. Duje, built on the remains of an ancient shrine purported to be the oldest in the world; and the Mestrovic Gallery, where the impressive works of Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic are available for viewing in this home and atelier.

Venice (Trieste), Italy
Located in northeastern Italy, Trieste’s geographic location and storied past contributed to its modern standing as one of the country’s richest regions. A shopper’s paradise, Trieste is full of designer boutiques catering to both men and women in search of the latest clothing fashion. There are also several outdoor markets where you can purchase anything from fruit to antiques. Enjoy a sumptuous plate of pasta in an old-style osteria, cozy little establishments with half a dozen tables filled with cheerful locals.

A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, Seven Seas Voyager® exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury. Considering her size, the amenities are surprisingly plentiful and include four main dining venues where you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. With 447 international crew members attending to a mere 350 suites, personal service is exceedingly indulgent throughout.

Ship Profile & Stats

  • Length: 670 feet
  • Tonnage: 46,000 tonnes
  • Refurbished: November 2016
  • Passenger Capacity (dbl): 700
  • Crew Nationality: European, International
  • Officer Nationality: European
  • Dining Staff Nationality: European, International
  • Ship Registration: Bahamas

Ship Amenities

  • Safes in cabin
  • Hair dryer
  • Terry Robes
  • Refrigerator stocked with soft drinks
  • Interactive TV
  • DVD/CD player
  • Bar set-up with premium liquor

Ship Facilities

  • Jogging Track
  • Observation Lounge
  • Pool Deck
  • Swimming Pool
  • Pool Bar
  • Pool Grill
  • La Veranda Restaurant
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Canyon Ranch Spa Club
  • Library
  • Constellation Theatre
  • Coffee Connection
  • Internet Cafe
  • Club.com
  • Prime 7 Steakhouse Restaurant
  • Shopping Boutiques
  • Signatures Restaurant
  • Horizon Lounge
  • Card & Conference Room
  • Connoisseur Club
  • Voyager Lounge
  • Casino
  • Compass Rose Restaurant
  • Chartreuse Restaurant
  • Sette Mari at La Veranda (Dinner only)

The ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises offer voyages of exploration and discovery to more than 300 ports on all seven continents. All luxury vessels are designed for guests numbering in the hundreds rather than the thousands. The ambiance on board is personal, individual, accommodating – “upscale but not uptight.” And all ships share certain distinctions in accommodations, service, dining and amenities that elevate them to the lofty vantage point of the enviable six stars.

The Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet includes sister all-suite, all-balcony, 700-guest ships Seven Seas Voyager and Seven Seas Mariner; and the all-suite, 90% balcony Seven Seas Navigator.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises provides discerning guests with the most inclusive luxury cruise experience by offering an incomparable array of complimentary features and services. See below for a listing of these items, combining to provide unprecedented value.

~FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions* ~FREE Luxury Hotel Package for 1st and 2nd guests* ~FREE Beverages including fine wines and premium spirits ~FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities ~FREE In-suite mini-bar replenished daily ~FREE 24-hour room service and no additional charge for specialty restaurants ~Elegant casual dress code. Formal and semi-formal attire optional on sailings of 16 nights or longer ~Welcome bottle of champagne ~Up to four gourmet restaurants including the iconic new steakhouse Prime 7, and Signatures, featuring Le Cordon Bleu®-inspired cuisine, Compass Rose, La Veranda plus the al fresco Pool Grill ~In-suite dining, served course-by-course during restaurant hours ~Butler service in Penthouse Suites and higher, including complimentary in-suite mini-bar setup and iPod® docking station ~Fitness programs, sauna and steam rooms in the spa ~Onboard activities including expert guest lectures, theatre performance and day time entertainment ~Interactive flat screen television in each suite with extensive media library and complimentary movies-on-demand

*Supplement will apply on Regent Choice excursions and excludes Private Arrangements and all Adventure Ashore programmes. FREE 1-Night Pre-Cruise Luxury Hotel Package is available for Concierge Suites and Higher only.

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