Spring Sailing in Style

 

Double Cabins
Double Cabins will have plenty of space and light.

 

Yacht enthusiasts may want to ready their stylish sea legs this spring in anticipation of the debut of Variety Cruises’ Variety Voyager. The 223-foot mega yacht will be able to sail with just 72 passengers in 36 cabins.

Variety Voyager
Variety Voyager will sail with just 72 passengers in 36 cabins.

We love the sleek, modern design of the vessel, which will be serviced with a 28-member crew.

The yacht’s first sailing will be on the Romantic Rivieras itinerary, departing from Nice on July 14. Following that sailing, the yacht will follow the Treasures of South Italy and Malta, sailing from September 15 through October 13. Future sailings include the Arabian Journeys route from Muscat and an Arabian Journeys route from Abu Dhabi.

Tip: Request the Category P cabins on the Upper Deck. These rooms have double windows, marbled bathrooms and other special amenities. All cabins are equipped with individual controlled A/C, TV with DVD player, mini fridge and 24-hour Wi-Fi access.

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