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Ship: Royal Clipper

Sail area:56,000 sq.feet
Number of sails:42
Main mast height:197 feet
Cabins:106
Passeng. Cap.:227
Crew members:72
Tonnage:5,000
Length:439 Feet
Beam:54 Feet
Draught:18,5 Feet

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Rome (Civitavecchia) to Venice

Civitavecchia (Italy) - Venice (Italy)

15 days / 14 nights - Jun 09, 2018

aboard Royal Clipper

Civitavecchia, Italy
The most important sights is the sixteenth-century Fort Michelangelo, built to the order of Pope Julius II Della Rovere. Begun by Bramante and continued by Sangallo the Younger and by Giuliano Leno, it was completed by Michelangelo, who was responsible for the imposing keep, during the papacy of Paul III.

Ponza, Italy
Ponza is the largest of the Pontine Islands, a pretty archipelago off the Italian coast between Rome and Naples. With blue waters and a striking mountainous landscape, the island is loved by regular visitors who attempt to keep its charms a secret

Sorrento, Italy
Sorrento, whose city walls rise straight out of the sea, is located on the lovely Amalfi Coast and overlooks the Bay of Naples. Optional excursions might include taking a trip back in history to Pompeii, where the ashen remains of ancient Romans lie frozen in time.

Corfu, Greece
The green island of the Ionian sea, is an open museum of cultures. It was a Corinthian colony in antiquity, but also a Macedonian, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian, French and English dominion.
Corfu is a magical island combining the old with the modern, the classical with the eccentric, art with every-day life.

Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor is an ancient town in the middle of an enourmous bay which will take a long time to drive around.
The old town is very pretty with its city walls, lots of churches and old buildings from Byzantine and other cultures, and a large number of places to eat and have coffee

Dubrovnik/Croatia
The world famous Dubrovnik is the city in which nature and architecture perfectly blend.
It is a city of culture and art; a city that will please the most refined taste. Dubrovnik is a unique Mediterranean gem! Here you'll discover a treasure trove of medieval art and architecture including the Sponza and Rector's Palace, the Franciscan and Dominican Monasteries, the Cathedral, the Church of St. Blaise, Onofrio's Large and small Fountains, Orlando's Column, and much more.

Korcula, Croatia
Korcula was founded by the Trojan hero, Antenor and is the birthplace of the infamous Marco Polo. The inevitable sights of the Walking tour of Korcula include Marco Polo's house and the 15th century St. Mark's Cathedral containing artwork's of the Renaissance artist Tintoretto and Mestrovic. This is where the traditional game ''Moreska'' is played by locals in front of St. Mark's Cathedral, reviving the age-old spirit of bygone days.

Hvar, Croatia
The best way to see Hvar is by foot - stroll through the ancient streets the Old City. The ancients considered Hvar one of the "Isles of the Blessed".
Flower-filled gardens, palms, lemon and orange groves add a fragrance lovely enough to match the visual appeal of this sun-drenched island beauty.
Visit the theater of 1506, Benedictine Monastery, the town square and ancient stone houses.

Rovinj, Croatia
Rovinj Old Town is a traditional gathering place for artists. Along its narrow shady streets, enjoy browsing through antique shops, constantly experiencing the overwhelming aromas of Rovinj cuisine.
As you climb the famous Grisia Street, leading you to the top of Monterosso Hill with its spectacular overview of the town, you will notice hidden passageways and welcoming courtyards.


Piran, Slovenia
At the tip of the Piran Peninsula sits Slovenia's hidden gem. Despite its modest size, Piran boasts some of the country's finest architecture, history and cuisine Resembling an open-air museum, the town's Venetian influence is evident throughout its narrow streets. Visit the 19th century Tartini Square, named after famous violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini, and St. George's Church, dramatically situated hilltop.


Venice/Italy
VENICE - the magnificent Serenissima, the City on the Lagoon is a watery maze of grand canals, 177 smaller canals and over 400 bridges.
Venice's enticing, exotic beauty is typified by the Byzantine architecture, enormous stained glass windows rising along the Canale Grande and Venetian Carnival Masks with their wry smiles, attesting to the cities historic role as the great maritime power.

Itinerary

Day Port Arrival Departure
Day 1 Civitavecchia (Italy)
Day 2 Ponza (Italy)
Day 3 Sorrento (Italy)
Day 4 Lipari (Italy)
Day 5 Taormina (Italy)
Day 6 At Sea (None)
Day 7 Corfu (Greece)
Day 8 Kotor (Montenegro)
Day 9 Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Day 10 Korcula (Croatia)
Day 11 Hvar (Croatia)
Day 12 Cres (Croatia)
Day 13 Rovinj (Croatia)
Day 14 Piran (Slovenia)
Day 15 Venice (Italy)

Cruise Rates per person based on double-occupancy.

Category Public fares Bonus fares
Cat. 6 4100.00 EUR
Cat. 5 4330.00 EUR
Cat. 4 4820.00 EUR
Cat. 3 5150.00 EUR
Cat. 2 5460.00 EUR
Cat. 1 6220.00 EUR
Owner Suite 9080.00 EUR

Additional charges

Charge type Rate
Single supplement 4960.00 EUR
Third person sharing 1470.00 EUR
Port taxes 470.00 EUR

Other notices

All rates are quoted in Euros and are per person based on twin/double occupancy.
There are a limited number of three berth cabins available.
Single Supplement: 100% in category 1, deluxe and owner suite. 50% category from Cat. 2 through Cat.6.

PRICE INCLUDES :
• Your sailing cruise in the selected cabin category
• Ship’s watersports programme (except SCUBA diving)
• All meals and on board entertainment

NOT INCLUDED:

• Drinks
• Shore excursions
• Domestic or international airfare
• Port charges and gratuites
• Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic beverages, soft drinks
• Transfers to / from the ship
• Cancellation / trip interruption insurance or any other items of personal nature

BOOKING:

Bookings are on request and need to be confirmed.
Deposit of 30% of cruise rates per person is required within 5 days of booking.
Final payment is required 80 days prior to departure.

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS:

30% of the tour price for cancellation over 80 days prior to commencement of travel
40% of the tour price for cancellation 79 - 65 days prior to commencement of travel
50% of the tour price for cancellation 64 - 31 days prior to commencement of travel
75% of the tour price for cancellation 30 - 21 days prior to commencement of travel
100% of the tour price for cancellation 20 - 0 days prior to commencement of travel

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