Returning to our favorite ship , "Panorama", with our favorite cruise company, "Variety",
we were as delighted as ever , and so happy , to find many of the same wonderful staff on board. It felt as if we were ...
This was our first ever cruise and followed us watching the Panorama sail into Santorini's caldera while we were on holiday there in 2015 - we did some research after we got home and the 2016 Adriatic Odyssey itinerary from Variety ...
This was my first cruise ever and I really loved it. It's amazing to be sailing with a small ship. There were only 17 guests on board so you had a feel of having the ship for yourself.
We did the adriatic cruise and visited 4 countries ...
Panorama (48 passenger maximum) may be the first small ship in Cuba; this was its first season and rumor has it that it will return next year. Avalon Cruises contracted with Group IST in New York to provide U.S. approved People to People ...
How surprised and lucky were we when we arrived on "The Panorama " in Cienfuegos, (having been transported in a small comfortable bus from Havana.) to find that there had been a big cancellation and we were the incredible number ...
We recently went to Greece on a Variety Cruise. It was the Antiquity to Byzantium cruise aboard the Panorama II and it surpassed our expectations. The boat is comfortable with lots of places to either be by yourself and read or chat with ...
This was our first cruising experience and we travelled a long way to do it ! The appeal of a small group and exploring places that weren't crawling with tourists did not disappoint.
Our itinerary was Corfu - Kotor, Montenegro - Dubrovnik ...
For the 3rd time we chose to make a cruise with Variety Cruises. This time we sailed the Adriatic and Ionic Seas. Again we had a great experience. A very friendly and helpful cruisedirector, captain, hotelmanager, crew, comfortable ship, ...
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