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9-Night Cairo to Athens: Pyramids and Fortresses

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9-NIGHT

CAIRO TO ATHENS: PYRAMIDS
AND FORTRESSES

PROFOUND DISCOVERIES AWAIT

Engage with your environment like never before with 2 overnight stays in Cairo, an overnight in Mykonos, and 2 late nights in Lindos and Patmos. The spirit of adventure runs deep as you trek through well-known destinations and remote ports of the Mediterranean in Egypt and the Greek Isles.

TO LEARN MORE, CALL OUR VOYAGE SPECIALISTS AT
1.844.44.ATLAS (28527)

ALL INCLUSIVE ALL THE WAY

PROMISES FOR A LUXE-ADVENTURE EXPERIENCE

EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR JOURNEY CONSIDERED:
Complimentary roundtrip commercial airfare always included. Complimentary non-stop private charter jet service for Antarctica.

EXPLORE YOUR WAY:
Choice of complimentary land excursions in every port.

RAISE A GLASS:
Unlimited premium pours to share with like-spirited travelers.

RELAX AND INDULGE:
Luxurious L’OCCITANE bath amenities in every accommodation.

EVERYDAY CONVENIENCES:
Standard wireless internet throughout the ship and prepaid gratuities.

9-NIGHT CAIRO TO ATHENS: PYRAMIDS AND FORTRESSES

Aug 28, 2021 / 9 Nights


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Alexandria
ALY-37
Positano
AML-45
Amalfi
SAL-46
Athens (Piraeus)
PIR-66
Barcelona, Spain
BCN-80
Batumi
BUS-84
Bodrum
BXN-97
Bozcaada
BZC-107
Buzios
BUZ-118
Cagliari (Sardinia)
CAG-123
Port Said
PSD-126
Cartagena
CAR-133
Chania, Crete
CHQ-140
Bucharest (Constanta)
CND-156
Rome (Civitavecchia)
CIV-163
Capri
PRJ-165
Amalfi (Ravello)
AMA-166
Giardini Naxos Bay
GNB-167
Syracuse (Noto)
SIR-169
Gozo
GOZ-170
Valletta
VLT-171
Mykonos (Delos)
DOS-193
Lisbon
LIS-213
Gibraltar
GIB-216
Malaga
AGP-217
Formentera (Balearics)
FLD-218
Palma de Mallorca (Balearics)
PMI-219
Mahon (Menorca, Balearics)
MAH-220
Portofino
POF-223
Pompei (Sorrento)
SRT-225
Taormina (Etna, Sicily)
TAM-227
Zakynthos
ZTH-228
Olympia (Katakolon)
KAK-229
Sitia (Crete)
JSH-230
Lindos (Rhodes)
RHO-231
Istanbul
IST-237
Kepez (Troy, Gallipoli)
GPL-238
Dikili
DIK-239
Puerto Banus (Marbella)
MQE-241
Trapani (Erice/Marsala), Sicily
TPS-242
Porto Empedocle (Agrigento), Sicily
PEM-243
Nessebar
NES-244
Elafonisos
ELN-245
Cruising the Aegean Sea, Bosphorus Strait, Sea of
XM2-246
Odessa
ODS-247
Cruising the Black Sea
XM4-248
Novorossiysk
NVS-249
Sochi
SOC-250
Sinop
SIC-251
Amasra
ASA-252
Kepez
GAL-253
Patmos
PMS-254
Marmaris
MRM-255
Fethiye
FET-256
Kekova Island & Demre
KEK-257
Paphos
PFO-258
Masada (Ashdod)
ASH-259
Jerusalem (Haifa)
HFA-260
Limassol
LMS-261
Cruising the Mediterranean & Levantine Sea
XM3-262
Heraklion (Crete)
HER-263
Corinth Canal Transit
CCL-264
Delphi (Itea)
ITA-265
Paestum (Agropoli)
AGO-266
Naples/Pompeii
NAP-267
Florence, Pisa, Lucca (Livorno)
LIV-268
Marseille
MRS-269
Valencia
VLC-270
Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
XA1-271
Equator Crossing
EQU-272
Rio de Janeiro
RIO-273
Paraty
PTI-274
Funchal, Madeira
FNC-275
Santa Cruz, Tenerife Canary Islands
SCT-276
Sao Vicente
VXE-277
Fernando de Noronha
FEN-278
Natal
NAT-279
Recife
REC-280
Ilhabela
IBE-281
Imbituba
IBB-282
Punta del Este
PDP-283
Montevideo
MVD-284
Salvador da Bahia
SSA-285
Porto Belo
PBO-286
Cruising the Mediterranean Sea
XM1-287
Ushuaia
USH-288
Buenos Aires
BUE-290
Antarctic Peninsula - Captain’s Choice
SSH-291
Navigating Cape Horn
CHR-292
Port Stanley
PSY-294
Puerto Madryn
PMY-295
South Georgia and Sandwich Islands
SGI-296
South Shetland Islands
SSI-297
Crossing Tropic of Cancer
XC1-298
Bridgetown
BGI-299
Mayreau
MYU-300
Devils Island
DEV-301
Fortaleza
FOR-303
Antarctica Peninsula - Captain’s Choice
XA2-305
Castries, St. Lucia
CAS-306
Castries
SLU-307
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea
XNC-308
Equator Crossing
XE1-309
Navigating the Scotia Sea
XS1-310
Charlotteville
CHV-311
Crossing the Caribbean Sea
XC3-312
Cruising the Brazilian Coast
XB1-313
Ephesus (Kusadasi)
KUS-317
Belem (Amazon)
BEL-318
Itajaih/Florianopolis
ITJ-319
Crossing Antarctic Circle
XC2-339
Cruising the Argentinian Coast
XA3-338
Drake Passage Navigation
DPN-337
Cruising the Ionian Sea
XO1-340
Cruising the Ionian Sea
X01-338
Total Eclipse
XT1-340
Gold Harbour, S. Georgia & Sandwich Isl
GSI-341
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean
XA4-342
Santorini, Greece
JTR-357
Granada (Motril)
GRX-358
Praia, Santiago, Cape Verde
RAI-359
Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands
ACE-360
Marrakesh
RAK-361
Portimao
PRM-365
Sagres, Portugal
SAG-366
Seville, Spain
SVQ-367
Melilla, Spain
MLN-368
Ibiza Town, Balearics, Spain
IBZ-369
Pompelonne Beach, Ramatuelle, France
RAM-371
St. Tropez, France
LTT-372
Monte Carlo, Monaco
MCO-373
Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy
RRO-374
Bonifacio,Corsica, France
FSC-375
Calvi, France
CLY-376
Cannes, France
CEQ-377
Sete, (Carcassone), France
BZR-379
Cadiz, Spain
XRY-380
Porto, (Leixoes) Protugal
OPO-381
La Coruna, Spain
LCG-382
Bordeaux, France
BOD-383
St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK
GSY-384
Honfleur, France
LEH-385
London, Tower Bridge, UK
LON-386
Isles of Scilly,St Mary’s, UK
ISC-387
Cobh (Cork),Ireland
ORK-388
Foynes, Ireland
FOV-389
Galway, Ireland
GWY-390
Killybegs,Ireland
KBS-391
Londonderry, UK
LDY-392
Belfast, Northen Ireland
BFS-393
Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland
WPT-394
Dublin, Ireland
DUB-395
Lerwick, Shetland, UK
LWK-396
Greenock, Glasgow, Scotland
GLA-397
Fort WIlliams, (Lockness), Scotland
FTW-398
Stornoway, Isles of Lewis, UK
SYY-399
Bergen, Norway
BGO-400
Flaam, Norway
SOG-401
Olden, Norway
OLA-402
Geiranger, Norway
HOV-403
Kristiansund, Norway
KSU-404
Trondheim, Norway
TRD-405
Reine, Norway
LKN-406
Crossing Arctic Circle
XC4-407
Troll Fjord- Scenic Navigation
XM5-408
Inside Passage - Scenic Navigation
XM6-409
Honningsvag, Norway
HVG-410
Tromso, Norway
TOS-411
Bjornoya (Bear Island), Norway
NBJ-412
Pyramiden, Norway
NPY-413
Longyearbyen, Norway
LYR-414
Ny Alesund, Norway
NAS-415
Jan Mayen Island, Norway
ZXB-416
Alkhornet, Svalbard, Norway
AKT-417
Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
OBY-418
Isafjordur, Iceland
IFJ-419
Reykjavik, Iceland
RKV-420
Alkhornet,(Spitzberg) Svalbard, Norway
SYG-421
Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland
VEY-422
Torshavn, Faroe Ilands
FAE-423
Kirkwall, Orkney Island, UK
KOI-424
Invergordon,(Loch Ness), UK
ABZ-425
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
EDI-426
Dundee, Scotland, UK
DND-427
Douglas, Isle of Man, UK
IOM-428
Liverpool, UK
LPL-429
Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK
EGH-430
Hamburg, Germany
LBC-431
Brunsbuttel, Germany
BRB-432
Kiel, Germany
KEL-433
Kiel Canal, Transit
XM7-434
Riga, Latvia
RIX-435
Tallinn, Estonia
TLL-436
St. Petersburg, Russia
LED-437
Helsinki, Finland
HEL-438
Stockholm, Sweden
STO-439
Gdansk, Poland
GDN-440
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
AMS-441
Honfleur, France
HON-442
St. Malo, France
XSB-443
Le Palais, Belle Isle, France
FEA-444
St. Georges, Grenada
GNO-445
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
BON-446
Willemstad, Curacao, NA
CUR-447
Barranquilla, Colombia
BAQ-448
Cartagena, Colombia
CTG-449
San Blas Islands, Panama
NBL-450
Colon, Panama
ONX-451
Panama Canal transit
XM8-452
Gatun Lake, Panama Canal
XM9-453
Balboa, Panama City, Panama
PTY-454
Quepos, Costa Rica
XQP-455
Puerto Caldera, San Jose, Costa Rica
CAL-456
Golfito, Costa Rica
GLF-457
Manta, (Quito), Ecuador
MEC-458
Guayaquil, Ecuador
GYE-459
Salaverry, Peru
SVY-460
Callao, (Lima), Peru
CLL-461
Paracas Bay, Peru
PRC-462
Ilo District, Peru
ILO-463
Arica, Chile
ARI-464
Antofagasta, Chile
ANF-465
Coquimbo, Chile
CQQ-466
Valparaiso, Santiago, Chile
VAP-467
Castro, Chile
CWA-468
Puerto Natales,Chile
PNT-469
Punta Arenas, Chile
PUQ-470
Captain’s Choice
SSN-473
Herakleia, Greece
HKL-474
Hydra, Greece
HYD-475
Kos, Greece
KGS-476
Nafplion, Greece
NAF-477
At Sea
XN1-478
Rabat
RBA-479
Cassis, France
CSS-480
Nice, France
NCE-481
Cruising the Chilean Coast
XB2-482
Scenic Navigation - Chilean Fjords, English Narrow
XS2-483
Positano
POS-45
Rome (Civitavecchia)
CVV-163
Pio Xi Glacier - Captain’s Choice
XS3-484
Torres del Paine / Balmaceda National Parks
XS4-485
Scenic Navigation -Chilean Fjords
XS5-486
Captain’s Choice- Aguila & Condor Glaciers
XS6-487
Romanche Glacier
XS7-488
Anguilla
AXA-489
Mayreau, St. Vincent & Grenadines
SVD-490
Falmouth Harbor, Antigua
ANU-491
Charlestown, Nevis
NEV-492
S. Friars/Frigate Bay, St. Kitts
SKB-493
Gustavia, St. Barts, FWI
GUS-494
Portofino
POF-223
Mahon (Menorca, Balearics)
MAH-220

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Amalfi
SAL-46
Cruising the Aegean Sea, Bosphorus Strait, Sea of
XM2-246
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
BON-446
Salaverry, Peru
SVY-460
Callao, (Lima), Peru
CLL-461
Paracas Bay, Peru
PRC-462
Ilo District, Peru
ILO-463
Arica, Chile
ARI-464
Antofagasta, Chile
ANF-465
Coquimbo, Chile
CQQ-466
Valparaiso, Santiago, Chile
VAP-467
Castro, Chile
CWA-468
Puerto Natales,Chile
PNT-469
Pompei (Sorrento)
SRT-225
Gozo
GOZ-170
Cagliari (Sardinia)
CAG-123
Cartagena
CAR-133
Giardini Naxos Bay
GNB-167
Trapani (Erice/Marsala), Sicily
TPS-242
Porto Empedocle (Agrigento), Sicily
PEM-243
Ilhabela
IBE-281
Imbituba
IBB-282
Porto Belo
PBO-286
Sao Vicente
VXE-277
Mayreau
MYU-300
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean
XA4-342
Granada (Motril)
GRX-358
Porto, (Leixoes) Protugal
OPO-381
Honfleur, France
LEH-385
Marrakesh
RAK-361
Portimao
PRM-365
Seville, Spain
SVQ-367
St. Tropez, France
LTT-372
Inside Passage - Scenic Navigation
XM6-409
Troll Fjord- Scenic Navigation
XM5-408
Crossing Arctic Circle
XC4-407
Jan Mayen Island, Norway
ZXB-416
Cobh (Cork),Ireland
ORK-388
Dublin, Ireland
DUB-395
Olden, Norway
OLA-402
Flaam, Norway
SOG-401
Bergen, Norway
BGO-400
Stornoway, Isles of Lewis, UK
SYY-399
Fort WIlliams, (Lockness), Scotland
FTW-398
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
BON-446
Le Palais, Belle Isle, France
FEA-444
St. Malo, France
XSB-443
Honfleur, France
HON-442
San Blas Islands, Panama
NBL-450
Panama Canal transit
XM8-452
Gatun Lake, Panama Canal
XM9-453
Quepos, Costa Rica
XQP-455
Puerto Caldera, San Jose, Costa Rica
CAL-456
Helsinki, Finland
HEL-438
Alkhornet,(Spitzberg) Svalbard, Norway
SYG-421
Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland
VEY-422
Liverpool, UK
LPL-429
St. Petersburg, Russia
LED-437
Tallinn, Estonia
TLL-436
Riga, Latvia
RIX-435
Kiel Canal, Transit
XM7-434
Kiel, Germany
KEL-433
Brunsbuttel, Germany
BRB-432
Hamburg, Germany
LBC-431
Captain’s Choice
SSN-473
Herakleia, Greece
HKL-474
Castro, Chile
CWA-468
Golfito, Costa Rica
GLF-457
Guayaquil, Ecuador
GYE-459
Callao, (Lima), Peru
CLL-461
Paracas Bay, Peru
PRC-462
Ilo District, Peru
ILO-463
Scenic Navigation - Chilean Fjords, English Narrow
XS2-483
Cruising the Chilean Coast
XB2-482
Romanche Glacier
XS7-488
Scenic Navigation -Chilean Fjords
XS5-486
Torres del Paine / Balmaceda National Parks
XS4-485

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Alexandria
ALY-37
Positano
AML-45
Amalfi
SAL-46
Athens (Piraeus)
PIR-66
Barcelona, Spain
BCN-80
Batumi
BUS-84
Bodrum
BXN-97
Bozcaada
BZC-107
Buzios
BUZ-118
Cagliari (Sardinia)
CAG-123
Port Said
PSD-126
Cartagena
CAR-133
Chania, Crete
CHQ-140
Bucharest (Constanta)
CND-156
Rome (Civitavecchia)
CIV-163
Capri
PRJ-165
Amalfi (Ravello)
AMA-166
Giardini Naxos Bay
GNB-167
Syracuse (Noto)
SIR-169
Gozo
GOZ-170
Valletta
VLT-171
Mykonos (Delos)
DOS-193
Lisbon
LIS-213
Gibraltar
GIB-216
Malaga
AGP-217
Formentera (Balearics)
FLD-218
Palma de Mallorca (Balearics)
PMI-219
Mahon (Menorca, Balearics)
MAH-220
Portofino
POF-223
Pompei (Sorrento)
SRT-225
Taormina (Etna, Sicily)
TAM-227
Zakynthos
ZTH-228
Olympia (Katakolon)
KAK-229
Sitia (Crete)
JSH-230
Lindos (Rhodes)
RHO-231
Istanbul
IST-237
Kepez (Troy, Gallipoli)
GPL-238
Dikili
DIK-239
Puerto Banus (Marbella)
MQE-241
Trapani (Erice/Marsala), Sicily
TPS-242
Porto Empedocle (Agrigento), Sicily
PEM-243
Nessebar
NES-244
Elafonisos
ELN-245
Cruising the Aegean Sea, Bosphorus Strait, Sea of
XM2-246
Odessa
ODS-247
Cruising the Black Sea
XM4-248
Novorossiysk
NVS-249
Sochi
SOC-250
Sinop
SIC-251
Amasra
ASA-252
Kepez
GAL-253
Patmos
PMS-254
Marmaris
MRM-255
Fethiye
FET-256
Kekova Island & Demre
KEK-257
Paphos
PFO-258
Masada (Ashdod)
ASH-259
Jerusalem (Haifa)
HFA-260
Limassol
LMS-261
Cruising the Mediterranean & Levantine Sea
XM3-262
Heraklion (Crete)
HER-263
Corinth Canal Transit
CCL-264
Delphi (Itea)
ITA-265
Paestum (Agropoli)
AGO-266
Naples/Pompeii
NAP-267
Florence, Pisa, Lucca (Livorno)
LIV-268
Marseille
MRS-269
Valencia
VLC-270
Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
XA1-271
Equator Crossing
EQU-272
Rio de Janeiro
RIO-273
Paraty
PTI-274
Funchal, Madeira
FNC-275
Santa Cruz, Tenerife Canary Islands
SCT-276
Sao Vicente
VXE-277
Fernando de Noronha
FEN-278
Natal
NAT-279
Recife
REC-280
Ilhabela
IBE-281
Imbituba
IBB-282
Punta del Este
PDP-283
Montevideo
MVD-284
Salvador da Bahia
SSA-285
Porto Belo
PBO-286
Cruising the Mediterranean Sea
XM1-287
Ushuaia
USH-288
Buenos Aires
BUE-290
Antarctic Peninsula - Captain’s Choice
SSH-291
Navigating Cape Horn
CHR-292
Port Stanley
PSY-294
Puerto Madryn
PMY-295
South Georgia and Sandwich Islands
SGI-296
South Shetland Islands
SSI-297
Crossing Tropic of Cancer
XC1-298
Bridgetown
BGI-299
Mayreau
MYU-300
Devils Island
DEV-301
Fortaleza
FOR-303
Antarctica Peninsula - Captain’s Choice
XA2-305
Castries, St. Lucia
CAS-306
Castries
SLU-307
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea
XNC-308
Equator Crossing
XE1-309
Navigating the Scotia Sea
XS1-310
Charlotteville
CHV-311
Crossing the Caribbean Sea
XC3-312
Cruising the Brazilian Coast
XB1-313
Ephesus (Kusadasi)
KUS-317
Belem (Amazon)
BEL-318
Itajaih/Florianopolis
ITJ-319
Crossing Antarctic Circle
XC2-339
Cruising the Argentinian Coast
XA3-338
Drake Passage Navigation
DPN-337
Cruising the Ionian Sea
XO1-340
Cruising the Ionian Sea
X01-338
Total Eclipse
XT1-340
Gold Harbour, S. Georgia & Sandwich Isl
GSI-341
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean
XA4-342
Santorini, Greece
JTR-357
Granada (Motril)
GRX-358
Praia, Santiago, Cape Verde
RAI-359
Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands
ACE-360
Marrakesh
RAK-361
Portimao
PRM-365
Sagres, Portugal
SAG-366
Seville, Spain
SVQ-367
Melilla, Spain
MLN-368
Ibiza Town, Balearics, Spain
IBZ-369
Pompelonne Beach, Ramatuelle, France
RAM-371
St. Tropez, France
LTT-372
Monte Carlo, Monaco
MCO-373
Sorrento (Pompeii), Italy
RRO-374
Bonifacio,Corsica, France
FSC-375
Calvi, France
CLY-376
Cannes, France
CEQ-377
Sete, (Carcassone), France
BZR-379
Cadiz, Spain
XRY-380
Porto, (Leixoes) Protugal
OPO-381
La Coruna, Spain
LCG-382
Bordeaux, France
BOD-383
St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK
GSY-384
Honfleur, France
LEH-385
London, Tower Bridge, UK
LON-386
Isles of Scilly,St Mary’s, UK
ISC-387
Cobh (Cork),Ireland
ORK-388
Foynes, Ireland
FOV-389
Galway, Ireland
GWY-390
Killybegs,Ireland
KBS-391
Londonderry, UK
LDY-392
Belfast, Northen Ireland
BFS-393
Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland
WPT-394
Dublin, Ireland
DUB-395
Lerwick, Shetland, UK
LWK-396
Greenock, Glasgow, Scotland
GLA-397
Fort WIlliams, (Lockness), Scotland
FTW-398
Stornoway, Isles of Lewis, UK
SYY-399
Bergen, Norway
BGO-400
Flaam, Norway
SOG-401
Olden, Norway
OLA-402
Geiranger, Norway
HOV-403
Kristiansund, Norway
KSU-404
Trondheim, Norway
TRD-405
Reine, Norway
LKN-406
Crossing Arctic Circle
XC4-407
Troll Fjord- Scenic Navigation
XM5-408
Inside Passage - Scenic Navigation
XM6-409
Honningsvag, Norway
HVG-410
Tromso, Norway
TOS-411
Bjornoya (Bear Island), Norway
NBJ-412
Pyramiden, Norway
NPY-413
Longyearbyen, Norway
LYR-414
Ny Alesund, Norway
NAS-415
Jan Mayen Island, Norway
ZXB-416
Alkhornet, Svalbard, Norway
AKT-417
Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
OBY-418
Isafjordur, Iceland
IFJ-419
Reykjavik, Iceland
RKV-420
Alkhornet,(Spitzberg) Svalbard, Norway
SYG-421
Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland
VEY-422
Torshavn, Faroe Ilands
FAE-423
Kirkwall, Orkney Island, UK
KOI-424
Invergordon,(Loch Ness), UK
ABZ-425
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
EDI-426
Dundee, Scotland, UK
DND-427
Douglas, Isle of Man, UK
IOM-428
Liverpool, UK
LPL-429
Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK
EGH-430
Hamburg, Germany
LBC-431
Brunsbuttel, Germany
BRB-432
Kiel, Germany
KEL-433
Kiel Canal, Transit
XM7-434
Riga, Latvia
RIX-435
Tallinn, Estonia
TLL-436
St. Petersburg, Russia
LED-437
Helsinki, Finland
HEL-438
Stockholm, Sweden
STO-439
Gdansk, Poland
GDN-440
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
AMS-441
Honfleur, France
HON-442
St. Malo, France
XSB-443
Le Palais, Belle Isle, France
FEA-444
St. Georges, Grenada
GNO-445
Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
BON-446
Willemstad, Curacao, NA
CUR-447
Barranquilla, Colombia
BAQ-448
Cartagena, Colombia
CTG-449
San Blas Islands, Panama
NBL-450
Colon, Panama
ONX-451
Panama Canal transit
XM8-452
Gatun Lake, Panama Canal
XM9-453
Balboa, Panama City, Panama
PTY-454
Quepos, Costa Rica
XQP-455
Puerto Caldera, San Jose, Costa Rica
CAL-456
Golfito, Costa Rica
GLF-457
Manta, (Quito), Ecuador
MEC-458
Guayaquil, Ecuador
GYE-459
Salaverry, Peru
SVY-460
Callao, (Lima), Peru
CLL-461
Paracas Bay, Peru
PRC-462
Ilo District, Peru
ILO-463
Arica, Chile
ARI-464
Antofagasta, Chile
ANF-465
Coquimbo, Chile
CQQ-466
Valparaiso, Santiago, Chile
VAP-467
Castro, Chile
CWA-468
Puerto Natales,Chile
PNT-469
Punta Arenas, Chile
PUQ-470
Captain’s Choice
SSN-473
Herakleia, Greece
HKL-474
Hydra, Greece
HYD-475
Kos, Greece
KGS-476
Nafplion, Greece
NAF-477
At Sea
XN1-478
Rabat
RBA-479
Cassis, France
CSS-480
Nice, France
NCE-481
Cruising the Chilean Coast
XB2-482
Scenic Navigation - Chilean Fjords, English Narrow
XS2-483
Positano
POS-45
Rome (Civitavecchia)
CVV-163
Pio Xi Glacier - Captain’s Choice
XS3-484
Torres del Paine / Balmaceda National Parks
XS4-485
Scenic Navigation -Chilean Fjords
XS5-486
Captain’s Choice- Aguila & Condor Glaciers
XS6-487
Romanche Glacier
XS7-488
Anguilla
AXA-489
Mayreau, St. Vincent & Grenadines
SVD-490
Falmouth Harbor, Antigua
ANU-491
Charlestown, Nevis
NEV-492
S. Friars/Frigate Bay, St. Kitts
SKB-493
Gustavia, St. Barts, FWI
GUS-494
Anguilla
AXA-489
Mayreau, St. Vincent & Grenadines
SVD-490
S. Friars/Frigate Bay, St. Kitts
SKB-493
Gustavia, St. Barts, FWI
GUS-494
Aug 28    Alexandria, Egypt   
Alexandria, Egypt

Founded in 331 B.C.E. by Alexander the Great, Alexandria once stood as the greatest city in the ancient world. The city is most associated with its famed library that came to a tragic end. Today, you can explore its grandeur through palaces of past, archaeological museums, and 150 acres of royal gardens and forest reserve.

The Port of Alexandria lies on the western edge of the Nile Delta and acts as Egypt’s second-largest seaport. The port leads to popular sites such as Alexandria’s Montazah Palace, overlooking the beach on the Mediterranean Sea amid lush scenery and palm trees for a magnificent view that inspires awe.

At the Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria in Kom El Dekka, a civilization long past comes to life amid the stone ruins. As the only ruins of Roman influence that remain in Egypt the pillars and benches of old feel like they hold a secret history that want you to discover it. Down in the Anfushi Necropolis, walking among ancient tombs below ground level, you cannot help but feel a chill as you step so far into the past.

Sprawled out in expansive, vibrant greens lie the Shalalat Gardens of Alexandria. The peaceful atmosphere of El Shalalat Park, where the gardens reside, creates the perfect backdrop for a quiet stroll along the paved path that eventually leads to a crumbling tower. Like a picture out of a storybook, the gardens make it easy to get lost in the magic of the city.

Aug 29    Alexandria, Egypt    Depart: 8:00PM
Alexandria, Egypt

Founded in 331 B.C.E. by Alexander the Great, Alexandria once stood as the greatest city in the ancient world. The city is most associated with its famed library that came to a tragic end. Today, you can explore its grandeur through palaces of past, archaeological museums, and 150 acres of royal gardens and forest reserve.

The Port of Alexandria lies on the western edge of the Nile Delta and acts as Egypt’s second-largest seaport. The port leads to popular sites such as Alexandria’s Montazah Palace, overlooking the beach on the Mediterranean Sea amid lush scenery and palm trees for a magnificent view that inspires awe.

At the Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria in Kom El Dekka, a civilization long past comes to life amid the stone ruins. As the only ruins of Roman influence that remain in Egypt the pillars and benches of old feel like they hold a secret history that want you to discover it. Down in the Anfushi Necropolis, walking among ancient tombs below ground level, you cannot help but feel a chill as you step so far into the past.

Sprawled out in expansive, vibrant greens lie the Shalalat Gardens of Alexandria. The peaceful atmosphere of El Shalalat Park, where the gardens reside, creates the perfect backdrop for a quiet stroll along the paved path that eventually leads to a crumbling tower. Like a picture out of a storybook, the gardens make it easy to get lost in the magic of the city.

Aug 30    Alexandria, Egypt    Depart: 12:00PM
Alexandria, Egypt

Founded in 331 B.C.E. by Alexander the Great, Alexandria once stood as the greatest city in the ancient world. The city is most associated with its famed library that came to a tragic end. Today, you can explore its grandeur through palaces of past, archaeological museums, and 150 acres of royal gardens and forest reserve.

The Port of Alexandria lies on the western edge of the Nile Delta and acts as Egypt’s second-largest seaport. The port leads to popular sites such as Alexandria’s Montazah Palace, overlooking the beach on the Mediterranean Sea amid lush scenery and palm trees for a magnificent view that inspires awe.

At the Roman Amphitheater of Alexandria in Kom El Dekka, a civilization long past comes to life amid the stone ruins. As the only ruins of Roman influence that remain in Egypt the pillars and benches of old feel like they hold a secret history that want you to discover it. Down in the Anfushi Necropolis, walking among ancient tombs below ground level, you cannot help but feel a chill as you step so far into the past.

Sprawled out in expansive, vibrant greens lie the Shalalat Gardens of Alexandria. The peaceful atmosphere of El Shalalat Park, where the gardens reside, creates the perfect backdrop for a quiet stroll along the paved path that eventually leads to a crumbling tower. Like a picture out of a storybook, the gardens make it easy to get lost in the magic of the city.

Aug 31    At Sea   
At Sea

Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Sep 01    Paphos, Cyprus   Arrive: 7:00AM Depart: 3:00PM
Paphos, Cyprus

Considered the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite, Paphos contains enough prehistoric, archaeological sites rich in the real and the mythical to satiate the most curious minds. The vast Archaeological Park and Tombs of the Kings, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, offer a playground of ancient ruins to let your imagination run rampant. Paphos does not get mired in its past, though, with a modern waterfront filled with shops, restaurants, and hotels. Cypriot cuisine makes an impression on every traveler. With influences coming from across three continents and various cultures, the flavors of this island’s food range from Greek to Turkish to Middle Eastern.

Sep 02    Lindos (Rhodes), Greece   Arrive: 8:30AM Depart: 11:00PM
Lindos (Rhodes), Greece

The largest of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes contains multitudes. With influences from Hellenistic, Byzantine, Turkish, and medieval architecture, the island provides a diverse backdrop for exploration and absorbing part of Greek culture.

Speaking of architecture, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World once stood in the island’s seaport: the Colossus of Rhodes. This gigantic monument made of pure, shining iron and bronze, dedicated to the Greek god Helios became the inspiration later for the Statue of Liberty.

Throughout the years, many attempts have been made to bring the Colossus of Rhodes back to life and to its former glory. Perhaps one day he will rise again and inspire admiration once more. But until then, travelers can simply imagine their own version as they approach the harbor.

As you make your way to the town of Lindos, you will find more ruins to explore. Like Athens, Lindos has its own Acropolis that contains a temple dedicated to Athena. If hiking the trail isn’t your preference, how about riding a donkey up the long way? But be careful! Steep drop-offs around the archaeological site make this a truly exhilarating excursion for the adventurous.

The beaches of Lindos provide breathtaking views of enticing blue waters of the Aegean Sea. St. Paul’s Bay on the southeast coast of Rhodes is a popular site, and for good reason. The little white chapel on the hill above the turquoise ocean below makes a picturesque scene for all to enjoy.

Sep 03    Patmos, Greece   Arrive: 11:00AM Depart: 11:00PM
Patmos, Greece

The “Holy Island” of Patmos holds religious history as the site where St. John wrote the Book of Revelations. Venturing over to the Cave of the Apocalypse amid the hills between Skala and Chora, you get a whole new view of the countryside. Along the seaside village you find an array of restaurants with the fresh catch of the day. With quintessential whitewashed houses in the Greek style and iconic windmills against a backdrop of blue skies, the Sacred Land of the Aegean also offers breathtaking panoramas that will impress the most experienced travelers.

Sep 04    Santorini, Greece   Arrive: 8:00AM Depart: 1:30PM
Santorini, Greece

When you think of the quintessential whitewashed houses of Greece with blue domes and windmills sprinkled throughout the landscape, it’s Santorini that comes to mind. This island of the Cyclades contains lush scenery, a quaint charm and cosmopolitan feel all at once.

Just 300 steps down from the northern city of Oia you will find Amoudi Bay, an exquisite vista of vibrant red cliffs and the caldera that demand you stop and take in the view. In the little village of the bay you will find the Greek island life thriving amid the local tavernas serving the catch of the day.

Discover one of the most prominent excavations of prehistoric settlements in the Aegean at the Akrotiri archaeological village. Ruins from the ancient city date back as far as 1700 BCE before it was buried by a volcanic eruption. But the first inhabitants date even further back to the Late Neolithic period (fourth millennium BCE).

For the wine lovers who are curious about the history and process of their favorite drink, the Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum is a must-visit. Nestled within a natural cave six meters underground, a tour of the museum and tasting of the vineyard’s Volcan wines is an experience like none other.

A visit to Santorini is not complete until you sample the local fare – fava me koukia. Mashed fava beans are prepped with lemon, parsley, dill and fennel for a delectable Greek dish popular among the islanders. Or opt for tomato gefthedes (tomato fritters) for another savory selection.

Sep 04    Mykonos (Delos), Greece   Arrive: 6:00PM OVERNIGHT
Mykonos (Delos), Greece

Wandering is one of the best ways to enjoy the island of Mykonos. Its narrow, winding streets between the iconic architecture of whitewashed houses with blue domes create the archetypal image of modern-day Greece. These constructs serve picture-perfect opportunities at every glance with their colorful shutters, doors, and flowers.

Dotting the horizon up on the hill lie the renowned windmills of this island among the Cyclades. The sight of these windmills invokes a feeling of seeing into the past amidst a contemporary city, depicting the perfect harmony of past and present.

The aroma of an old bakery, which still uses a 15th century wood-burning stove, entices you with the delicious scents of Greek pastries and baked goods. It is not a visit to Mykonos without sampling the local favorite, loukoumádes, fried dough dripped in honey, and sometimes topped with sesame seeds.

Taking the ferry to Delos, you reach an uninhabited island in the Cyclades archipelago. It is dedicated solely as an archaeological site with ties to ancient Greek mythology as the birth site of the sun god Apollo. It is the only island in the world entirely comprised of ruins.

Although many stones lay strewn across the ground, there are still plenty of columns and partial constructs standing, defying the test of time. The stark white Doric temples against the deep blue backdrop of the Aegean create an image straight out of myth, making you a part of it.

Sep 05    Mykonos (Delos), Greece    Depart: 8:00PM
Mykonos (Delos), Greece

Wandering is one of the best ways to enjoy the island of Mykonos. Its narrow, winding streets between the iconic architecture of whitewashed houses with blue domes create the archetypal image of modern-day Greece. These constructs serve picture-perfect opportunities at every glance with their colorful shutters, doors, and flowers.

Dotting the horizon up on the hill lie the renowned windmills of this island among the Cyclades. The sight of these windmills invokes a feeling of seeing into the past amidst a contemporary city, depicting the perfect harmony of past and present.

The aroma of an old bakery, which still uses a 15th century wood-burning stove, entices you with the delicious scents of Greek pastries and baked goods. It is not a visit to Mykonos without sampling the local favorite, loukoumádes, fried dough dripped in honey, and sometimes topped with sesame seeds.

Taking the ferry to Delos, you reach an uninhabited island in the Cyclades archipelago. It is dedicated solely as an archaeological site with ties to ancient Greek mythology as the birth site of the sun god Apollo. It is the only island in the world entirely comprised of ruins.

Although many stones lay strewn across the ground, there are still plenty of columns and partial constructs standing, defying the test of time. The stark white Doric temples against the deep blue backdrop of the Aegean create an image straight out of myth, making you a part of it.

Sep 06    Athens (Piraeus), Greece   Arrive: 8:00AM
Athens (Piraeus), Greece

Athens is still as iconic as ever. Winding pathways from ancient times transformed into modern-day roads and streets lead you to the monumental gateway of the Acropolis and other archaeological sites. It is a land soaked in history and mythology, but not stuck in the past.

As you wend through back alleys, passing the street art and getting serenaded by street musicians, you are never lost. You are simply taking a journey to an unknown destination. You may find yourself at the likes of the Church of Agioi at the southeast corner of the Holy Apostles Ancient Agora, a less-crowded historical site away from the flocks of tourists.

Try your hand at haggling with local vendors at the Plaka or Monastiraki flea market. There are so many handmade wares and trinkets to peruse and purchase. Keep an eye out for the more risqué souvenirs if you want a good laugh.

Aside from venturing through the cradle of Western Civilization, you can explore the port of Piraeus. It is the biggest port in Greece and one of the most important ports of the Mediterranean. Centuries of history have transformed this seaside town from a wartime fortress to a major shipping and transportation center.

9-Night Cairo to Athens: Pyramids & Fortresses

9 nights

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