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Variety Voyager returning to Variety Cruises' fleet for Aegean sailings

Aegean itineraries planned from July through to October 2021
68mtr long motor yacht Variety Voyager, the flagship of the Variety Cruises fleet, will return to sail in the Aegean in summer 2021.

The move follows three years on charter to a US tour operator.

Built in 2012 by Apollo Victory Marine in Greece and classed by RINA, the 72 passener capacity vessel has sleek lines and ample deck space and an aft swimming and watersports platform.

Cabins and public areas are finished with warm fabrics, rich marbles, Axminster carpeting and soft-toned wood panelling. All cabins offer unobstructed views of the ocean and of the ports visited. Guests are looked after by a professional crew of 32-33.

Panoramic dining venue

Located on the Infinity deck, the glass enclosed dining room seats 75 passengers and allows for panoramic views while dining in an elegant environment. This extends to the adjacent open deck dining area, allowing for breakfast, lunch or dinner to be taken al fresco. Voyager also has a mini-spa suite.

Greece and Turkey

From July through October 2021, and the full 2022 summer season, Voyager will be sailing Greece and Turkey itineraries out of Athens visiting: Ios, Santorini, Rhodes, Simi, Bodrum, Kos, Samos, Lipsi, Patmos, Delos, Mykonos and Syros.

Variety Cruises UK managing director Chris Lorenzo noted, ‘Voyager is quite rightly our flagship – and it’s really exciting to have her back home in the Aegean where she belongs.’

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