Sunday, September 15, 2013

Arethusa

Arethusa cruise ship, IMO 9398022, port of Livorno
When you see her completely outsized by other ships, it would be easy to dismiss the 60-meter “Arethusa” as an odd-shaped motor yacht, but she is the top ranking vessel in the small cruise ship sector.
The “Arethusa” carries no more than fifty passengers arranged in 26 cabins on only three decks. She sails through the Mediterranean exploring, as they say, ‘villages, wines, and history.’ Her itineraries include a two-week tour of the Greek Isles and one at the discovery of the hidden beauties of the Dalmatian coast.

External links: Arethusa (Condé Nast Traveler) - M/V Arethusa (Grand Circle Cruise Line)
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8 comments:

Dina said...

Now THAT is a cruise ship I would enjoy! Never knew they had small ones. Thanks for the tip.

Revrunner said...

Sounds a lot more pleasant than some of the behemoths we've seen.

Jack said...

This would be a great cruise ship. I don't like the super-big ones.

Randy said...

Very nice. Not like those fancy ones.

Stefan Jansson said...

I like the design of this ship very much.

Karl Demetz said...

It would be worthwhile to take a cruise with this ship! Who knows...
Thank you VP for the tip.

Birdman said...

I've climbed Arethusa Falls many times in New Hampshire. Beautiful as well.

Luis Gomez said...

Very nice VP. Would love to sail on it.