Cruises to Gythion

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7 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Venice
Sailing Dates
2018 Jun 9 Jul 7 Aug 4 Sep 1 More
Sep 29
Seabourn Cruise Line
Seabourn Odyssey
Pro: The ship's ambience is contemporary and elegantly casual with plenty of options
Con: Service on a vessel known for intuitive crew was surprisingly inconsistent
Bottom Line: The ship is ultra-comfortable, social and small enough to nip into offbeat ports
Day 1 Venice
Day 2 Vodice
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Corfu
Day 5 Lefkada
Day 6 Gythion
Day 7 Nafplion
Day 8 Athens (Piraeus)
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7 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Athens (Piraeus)
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 13
Windstar Cruises
Wind Star
Pro: Unique four-masted small ship with high crew-to-passenger ratio
Con: Not wheelchair accessible for people who have mobility difficulties
Bottom Line: Perfect for active travelers who want an intimate shipboard life and picturesque ports
Day 1 Athens (Piraeus)
Day 2 Monemvasia
Day 3 Gythion
Day 4 Cruising
Day 5 Taormina (Messina)
Day 6 Lipari
Day 7 Sorrento
Day 8 Rome (Civitavecchia)
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10 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Athens (Piraeus)
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 14
Oceania Cruises
Riviera
Pro: Emphasis on food and wine pays off with some of the best dining at sea
Con: Entertainment is lackluster, and the ship shuts down pretty early
Bottom Line: The ship is a perfect fit for foodies and those who want a deeper dive into ports
Day 1 Athens (Piraeus)
Day 2 Gythion
Day 3 Katakolon (Olympia)
Day 4 Taormina (Messina)
Day 5 Malta (Valletta)
Day 6 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 7 Crete (Heraklion)
Day 8 Rhodes
Day 9 Santorini
Day 10 Patmos
Day 11 Athens (Piraeus)
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10 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Venice
Sailing Dates
2018 Nov 6
Oceania Cruises
Nautica
Pro: Oceania has best food at sea, with no-fee specialty restaurants and vast menu choices.
Con: Popular itineraries sell out quickly, and longer sailings may not appeal to time-constrained travelers.
Bottom line: Nautica offers plenty of amenities in the more intimate setting of a mid-sized ship.
Day 1 Venice
Day 2 Venice
Day 3 Ancona
Day 4 Split
Day 5 Dubrovnik
Day 6 Kotor
Day 7 Corfu
Day 8 Gythion
Day 9 Santorini
Day 10 Rhodes
Day 11 Athens (Piraeus)
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10 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Athens (Piraeus)
Sailing Dates
2018 Oct 7 More
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Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Seven Seas Voyager
Pro: All-suite, all-balcony luxury ship with contemporary look and inclusive fares
Con: Fares are quite high, especially if you don't take advantage of included drinks and tours
Bottom Line: Once you're onboard, it's a luxurious, carefree vacation
Day 1 Athens (Piraeus)
Day 2 Gythion
Day 3 Katakolon (Olympia)
Day 4 Taormina (Messina)
Day 5 Malta (Valletta)
Day 6 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 7 Santorini
Day 8 Rhodes
Day 9 Kusadasi
Day 10 Mykonos
Day 11 Athens (Piraeus)

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10 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Venice
Sailing Dates
2018 Jun 11
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Seven Seas Voyager
Pro: All-suite, all-balcony luxury ship with contemporary look and inclusive fares
Con: Fares are quite high, especially if you don't take advantage of included drinks and tours
Bottom Line: Once you're onboard, it's a luxurious, carefree vacation
Day 1 Venice
Day 2 Split
Day 3 Kotor
Day 4 Corfu
Day 5 Katakolon (Olympia)
Day 6 Santorini
Day 7 Gythion
Day 8 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 9 Ancona
Day 10 Koper
Day 11 Venice
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14 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Athens (Piraeus)
Sailing Dates
2018 Jun 30 Jul 28 Aug 25 Sep 22
Seabourn Cruise Line
Seabourn Odyssey
Pro: The ship's ambience is contemporary and elegantly casual with plenty of options
Con: Service on a vessel known for intuitive crew was surprisingly inconsistent
Bottom Line: The ship is ultra-comfortable, social and small enough to nip into offbeat ports
Day 1 Athens (Piraeus)
Day 2 Monemvasia
Day 3 Katakolon (Olympia)
Day 4 Igoumenitsa
Day 5 Brindisi
Day 6 Dubrovnik
Day 7 Zadar
Day 8 Venice
Day 9 Vodice
Day 10 Cruising
Day 11 Corfu
Day 12 Lefkada
Day 13 Gythion
Day 14 Nafplion
Day 15 Athens (Piraeus)
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14 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Rome (Civitavecchia)
Sailing Dates
2017 Nov 7
Oceania Cruises
Marina
Pro: Food-focused ship emphasizes quality dishes, culinary enrichment and dining variety
Con: Entertainment is limited; service and fare inclusions are not at luxury levels
Bottom Line: A beautiful ship for those looking for an intimate cruise without a true-luxury price tag
Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Sorrento
Day 3 Taormina (Messina)
Day 4 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 5 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 6 Haifa
Day 7 Haifa
Day 8 Limassol
Day 9 Rhodes
Day 10 Gythion
Day 11 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 12 Malta (Valletta)
Day 13 Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
Day 14 Palma de Mallorca
Day 15 Barcelona
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19 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Sailing Dates
2018 May 28
Seabourn Cruise Line
Seabourn Odyssey
Pro: The ship's ambience is contemporary and elegantly casual with plenty of options
Con: Service on a vessel known for intuitive crew was surprisingly inconsistent
Bottom Line: The ship is ultra-comfortable, social and small enough to nip into offbeat ports
Day 1 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
Day 2 San Remo
Day 3 Corsica (Ajaccio)
Day 4 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 5 Ponza
Day 6 Cruising
Day 7 Sami
Day 8 Corfu
Day 9 Brindisi
Day 10 Dubrovnik
Day 11 Zadar
Day 12 Piran
Day 13 Venice
Day 14 Vodice
Day 15 Cruising
Day 16 Corfu
Day 17 Lefkada
Day 18 Gythion
Day 19 Nafplion
Day 20 Athens (Piraeus)
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21 Night Cruise to Gythion
Departure Port: Venice
Sailing Dates
2018 Jun 9 Jul 7 Aug 4 Sep 1 More
Sep 29
Seabourn Cruise Line
Seabourn Odyssey
Pro: The ship's ambience is contemporary and elegantly casual with plenty of options
Con: Service on a vessel known for intuitive crew was surprisingly inconsistent
Bottom Line: The ship is ultra-comfortable, social and small enough to nip into offbeat ports
Day 1 Venice
Day 2 Vodice
Day 3 Cruising
Day 4 Corfu
Day 5 Lefkada
Day 6 Gythion
Day 7 Nafplion
Day 8 Athens (Piraeus)
Day 9 Skopelos Island
Day 10 Mykonos
Day 11 Naxos
Day 12 Aghios Nikolaos
Day 13 Cruising
Day 14 Syracuse
Day 15 Malta (Valletta)
Day 16 Xlendi
Day 17 Cruising
Day 18 Spetsai
Day 19 Santorini
Day 20 Rhodes
Day 21 Kos
Day 22 Athens (Piraeus)
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