New for 2024, Seabourn presents a programme of voyages that sail to or from the beautiful city of Dubrovnik onboard the intimate, all-veranda suite Seabourn Encore. Explore the golden cities of the Dalmatian coast, visit world-famous classical sites such as Delphi, slip into tiny yacht harbours and stroll cobbled streets in idyllic Greek islands.
Take some time to explore Dubrovnik before or after your cruise. This UNESCO designated World Heritage Site is a living museum of the ages with fortifications, chapels, monastic cloisters and Europe’s second-oldest synagogue crowded into its ancient walls. Relax at a sidewalk café, listen to the chimes of the 14th-century bell tower or join the promenade down the palace-lined avenue known as the Stradun.
Seabourn Encore’s accommodation features a spacious private veranda in all the luxuriously appointed suites. Guests will enjoy a choice of casual to formal restaurants, including The Grill by Michelin-starred chef Thomas Keller, as well as six or more open bars and lounges alongside ample deck space, sparkling pools and the pampering delights of the Spa at Seabourn. The all-inclusive lifestyle also makes Seabourn a very social place to be, from champagne on deck to cocktails in The Club which include exclusive fine craft cocktails created by master mixologist Brian Van Flandern.
10-night Greece & Dalmatian Coast Treasures
13 Jun 2024
Piraeus (Athens) to Dubrovnik
Visits: Monemvasia; Itea (Delphi); Nydri (Lefkada); Kerkira (Corfu); Gallipoli (Italy); Kotor (Montenegro); Vis; Dubrovnik.
From Athens sail to Monemvasia, still considered Greece’s best-preserved Byzantine city, with impressive churches, restored palaces, vaulted alleys and city walls. Visit Delphi, once home to the legendary Oracle, then call into the picturesque Ionian yacht harbour of Nydri, from where you may explore vast olive groves and the famous Nydri Waterfalls. Next is verdant Corfu, its old town surrounded by orchards of lemon and orange trees, cypress, oleander, and myrtle bushes. Gallipoli in Italy’s boot is a surprise, a pretty baroque coastal town with a ‘centro storico’, dominated by a 13th century Byzantine castle. Cruise into medieval Kotor via the Gulf of Kotor, offering one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful landscapes. Learn about the fascinating history of Vis island, a designated UNESCO Global Geopark and biodiverse haven for bottlenose dolphins, devil rays, and blue-fin tuna, before you arrive into Dubrovnik.
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