Variety Cruises Offers Two Mediterranean Itineraries in 2012


The Variety Voyager will debut in 2012 by offering two new Mediterranean voyages to France and Italy. // (c) 2011 Variety Cruises.

Variety Cruises is launching its 36-cabin mega yacht Variety Voyager in spring 2012 with two new itineraries to the Mediterranean. “Romantic Rivieras” will sail the French and Italian Rivieras from June to September, while “Treasures of South Italy and Malta” cruises September to October. Each cruise is seven nights with fares from $2,990 per person, per week.

Romantic Rivieras

Embarkation: Nice, France
The first stop in the French and Italian Rivieras is St. Tropez, continuing to the islands of Corsica (France) and Elba (Italy). Stops in Italy’s main land to the villages of Portovenere and Portofino are followed by a respite in Monte Carlo.

Treasures of Southern Italy and Malta

Embarkation: Salerno, Italy
The Sicily voyage begins with visits to Taormina, Syracuse, Agrigento and Cefalu, as well as the Islands of Capri, Malta and Lipari.

M/Y Variety Voyager Coming in 2012

Private yachting meets conventional cruising on the 223-foot Variety Voyager mega yacht. With room for only 72 passengers in 36 cabins, the ship creates an intimate atmosphere for commiserating. The Variety Voyager design features sleek lines and ample deck space. A 28-member service crew is also available.

Fares for “Romantic Rivieras” and “Treasures of South Italy and Malta” include accommodations in double or twin cabins with private bathrooms and air conditioning; American buffet breakfast and two main meals daily; use of fishing equipment (subject to availability); coffee, water or tea; and an English speaking cruise escort. Port charges are an additional $350 per person.

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