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Ship: Le Lyrial

Flag: France
Number of Crew:139
Official Language: English
Passeng. Cap.:264
Ship Speed: 14 knots
Tonnage: 10,990 GRT
Electric Motors: 2 x 2,3 MW
Length:466 Feet
Beam: 59 Feet
Draft: 15,3 Feet

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In the heart of the Adriatic

Venice (Italy) - Venice (Italy)

14 days / 13 nights - May 10, 2018

aboard Le Lyrial

  • From Venice, you will reach Montenegro by sailing through the famous Bay of Kotor. This veritable “Mediterranean fjord” is considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
  • There are cities which thrive on their legend – and Venice, the City of Doges is one of these with its many offshoots lined with multi-colored stonework and its black gondolas.
  • You will be exploring the wild beauty and pearls of the Adriatic: ancient ruins, a wealth of art, and timeless cities just waiting to be discovered, such as Dubrovnik, Kotor and Rovinj.


• A kid-friendly, family cruise, with specific entertainment;
• UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the lagoon of Venice, the old towns of Dubrovnik and Kotor;
• A cruise featuring culture and history, sailing along the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea to visit three countries (Italy, Croatia and Montenegro);
• Two all-new ports of call: Trieste and its many Neo-Classical and Viennese palaces, and Cres and its medieval architecture;
• An overnight stay in Venice to really enjoy the 'Most Serene City'.

Dating from Adriatic Antiquity, its name means “wooded lands” in reference to the pinewoods, cypresses and cork oaks surrounding the main town. This town is called Rab, like the island. Here, you will see architecture of Venetian influence, inherited from the Middle Ages, illustrated by the bell-tower. Below, the ramparts provide views embracing the entire coastline. Punctuated by deserted creeks, you will no doubt be tempted to take a trip along the coast.

A mild sunny climate has earned Hvar the epithet “Croatia’s Madeira”, and is one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic. The old town cradled in the bay boasts many remarkable monuments such as the cathedral, a former Arsenal and noble palaces, all bearing witness to a rich history influenced by Gothic and Renaissance art.

The lovely fortified town of Kotor is to be found at the end of a complex series of bays surrounded by limestone massifs in a magnificent region of Montenegro. An impressive city wall conceals the alleyways and palaces of a well preserved medieval centre. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the town is equally famous for its colourful folk festivals.

Known throughout the world as the Pearl of the Adriatic, the walled city of Dubrovnik built on a rock has preserved its cultural heritage. Palaces, monuments and white stone churches are in perfect harmony. Long considered as a rival to Venice, traces of its illustrious past are to be found throughout the city which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

This splendid, pristine island is located off the Pelješac peninsula. Untouched nature awaits you in the protected forests of Mljet National Park. A hike up the hills brings you to the bays linked to two salt water lakes. On the larges lake, Veliko Jezero, you can see an old Benedictine monastery.

You will be enchanted by the harmony which emerges from the old town of Korcula. The medieval architecture of white stone towers offers a stunning contrast to the orange-red roofs of the houses and limpid blue sea. The alleyways, squares and palaces are a pleasure to behold.

The island of Cres is the largest in Croatia and offers travellers exceptional views along its coastal roads that overlook the azure sea. The hills and meadows where countless sheep are grazing, the olive groves and fields outlined in dry-stone walls are so many characteristics of this island that will not leave you indifferent. The eponymous town with its medieval architecture, behind its two 18th Century Venetian gateways, is a labyrinth of narrow streets, vaulted passageways and restfully cool interior courtyards. Further on in the island, at the end of a winding road, the village of Lubenice, like an eagle’s eerie, is a former medieval fortress that will delight the most romantic.

Nestled in North-Eastern Italy, Trieste is a quiet little town that time seems to have forgotten. In the past the main port for the Austro-Hungarian Empire and a meeting point between the East and the West, it has managed to shape a personality of its very own over the centuries, in a unique setting between the whiteness of the karstic landscapes and the blue of the Adriatic. Constructed by the Romans in the 1st century BC, it has preserved important ancient ruins from this epoch, which now mingle with many Neo-Classical and Viennese palaces, as well as elegantly decorated cafés.


Day Port Arrival Departure
Day 1 Venice (Italy) 06:00 p.m.
Day 2 Rab (Croatia) 12:00 p.m. 06:00 p.m.
Day 3 Hvar (Croatia) 07:00 a.m. 06:00 p.m.
Day 4 Sailing Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) 12:00 a.m. 09:00 a.m.
Day 4 Dubrovnik (Croatia) 01:00 p.m. 11:59 p.m.
Day 5 Mljet (Croatia) 06:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
Day 5 Korcula (Croatia) 02:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.
Day 6 Cres (Croatia) 01:00 p.m. 07:00 p.m.
Day 7 Trieste (Italy) 08:00 a.m. 11:59 p.m.
Day 8 Venice (Italy) 08:00 a.m.
Day 9 Venice (Italy) 09:00 a.m.

Cruise Rates per person based on double-occupancy.

Category Public fares Bonus fares
Superior Stateroom 4000.00 EUR
Deluxe Stateroom 3730.00 EUR
Prestige Stateroom - Deck 4 4170.00 EUR
Prestige Stateroom - Deck 5 4380.00 EUR
Prestige Stateroom - Deck 6 5340.00 EUR
Deluxe Suite 7480.00 EUR
Prestige Suite Deck 5 8700.00 EUR
Privilege Suite 10500.00 EUR
Grand Deluxe Suite 12280.00 EUR
Grand Privilege Suite 15620.00 EUR
Owner Suite 15780.00 EUR

Additional charges

Charge type Rate
Port taxes 450.00 EUR
3rd Pass. - Prestige 4540.00 EUR
3rd Pass.- Superior 2000.00 EUR

Other notices

Single supplement starting at: +75% on all Stateroom categories

Bonus Fares (BF):
Special savings programme off published cruise-only fares for select voyages, in all stateroom and suite categories.
Bonus are capacity controlled, subject to availability and may change at any time without notice.
Bonus could decrease or be closed for specific stateroom and suite categories or entire cruise.
Bonus represents savings from the published fare and may not be combined with certain other promotional offers.
Some cruise credits may not be combinable.
Bonus fares represent our best available rate at the time of bookings.

Discounts (per person):
* Honeymoon - 100 €
* Wedding Anniversary (5,10,15,20 yrs...) - 100 €

Value Includes:
* The cruise at full board from dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day
* Captain's welcome cocktail and gala dinner
* Mineral water, tea, filter coffee, wine served with meals
* 24 hour room service (selected menu)
* Evening gatherings and organised entertainment
* Porterage from the quayside to the ship and vice versa

Value do not Includes:
* Air transportation and airport taxes
* Port and safety charges
* Gratuities
* Optional shore excursions
* Personal expenses on board
* Personal insurance


Bookings are on request and need to be confirmed.
Deposit of 30 % per person is required within 4 days of booking.

Deposit is non refundable. Final payment is required 60 days prior to departure.


The following annulment fees shall arise in the event of cancellation:
50% of the tour price for cancellation 49 - 36 days prior to commencement of travel
75% of the tour price for cancellation 35 - 26 days prior to commencement of travel
100% of the tour price for cancellation 25 - 0 days prior to commencement of travel

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