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Tue, Jul 18 | Rome, Italy

6:00 PM Depart

    • Tue, Jul 18

      • 6 PM Depart

    • Rome (Port Civitavecchia), Italy

      Rome, Italy, is a city of masterpieces and unrivaled feats of architecture. When in Rome you may toss a coin in the waters of the Trevi Fountain, savor gelato on the Spanish Steps, and marvel at the massiveness of the Pantheon. Stroll through St. Peter’s Square and the Piazza Navona. Visit the Vatican and gaze at Michelangelo’s ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. Try creamy rigatoni carbonara, an aperitivo like Aperol spritz, or a Cappuccino at a cafe. Make your way through the Roman Forum to the Coliseum, where gladiators fought and full scale sea battles were re-enacted. A remarkable and walkable city with unmatched history, our journey begins where all roads lead.

    • Wed, Jul 19

      • 10 AM Arrive

      • 11:30 PM Depart

    • Sorrento, Italy

      Sorrento, Italy, rises from the sea on steep cliffs overlooking the Bay of Naples. It provides sweeping views of the bay and Mount Vesuvius in the distance. It has charming piazzas with shopping and dining, and is also a great starting point for day trips to beautiful locations on the Amalfi Coast. It is easy to take a ferry to the island of Capri with it’s famous Blue Grotto or visit a museum in Naples. Take a tour of the ruins of Pompeii or Herculaneum destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. The colorful cliffside towns of Positano and Ravello are within easy driving distance. We’ll be staying later in port to allow us time to enjoy these excursions plus the local ambience.

    • Thu, Jul 20

      • 9 AM Arrive

      • OVERNIGHT Depart

    • Amalfi, Italy

      Amalfi, Italy, is a passenger favorite and no itinerary sailing the beautiful Amalfi Coast would be complete without it. We will be staying overnight to allow passengers the opportunity to enjoy the night life. The town boasts dramatic Mount Cerreto as a backdrop as well as a scenic waterfront. Enjoy a relaxing walk on the seaside promenade, wanter through the Piazza del Duomo town square and take in historic sites such as the Amalfi Cathedral, also known as the Duomo Sant’ Andrea with its arched ceilings and precious works of art. Amalfi was one of the original maritime republics and has a glorious history. It is designated a UNESCO world heritage site.

    JUL 21

    • Fri, Jul 21

      • PASSING AT 10 PM Arrive

    • Stromboli, Italy

      Stromboli, Italy, is an active volcano we’ll see along the way sailing from Amalfi to Lipari. It is one of three famous active volcanoes in Italy along with Mount Vesuvius and Mount Etna. It is one of the eight Aeolian Islands and famous for its small, but regular explosions.

    • Sat, Jul 22

      • 9 AM Arrive

      • 10 PM Depart

    • Lipari, Aeolian Island

      Lipari, Sicily, is among the largest of the AeolianIslands situated on the northern coast of Sicily. These islands are popular with European travelers. If you like good food and historical sites such as the impressive Lipari Castle, this town is a wonderful place to explore. Take a drive around the island to visit the pumice quarry, white sand beaches and thermal springs. Take a boat tour to the neighboring island of Vulcano with its active volcano and unique sulfur mud baths. This is the fourth volcano on our voyage and it last erupted in 1888 - 1890. Simply strolling in the harbor town of Lipari is a treat and a little shopping and dining here may be as therapeutic as the mud baths.

    • Sun, Jul 23

      • 9 AM Arrive

      • 8 PM Depart

    • Taormina, Sicily

      Taormina, Sicily, will be our next stop and we will dock at the tiny port of Guardini, Naxos. An easy ten minute bus or cab ride takes you to this picturesque town perched on the shoulders of Mount Etna overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. On his visit to this Mediterranean jewel, Goethe was inspired to remark, “It is the greatest work of art and nature.” Walking in Goethe’s footsteps, take a stroll along the city’s pedestrian-only streets. Explore the ruins of an ancient Greek amphitheater with a fabulous view of the Royal Clipper in the bay below. Enjoy the beautiful landscape, Mount Etna in the distance, and sample the local Limoncello.

    • Mon, Jul 24

      • 12 PM Arrive

      • 10 PM Depart

    • Palermo, Sicily

      Palermo, Sicily, is the capitol of this island region of Italy and founded by Phoenician traders in the 8th century BC. This vibrant city teams with affordable restaurants, great shopping and historical landmarks. One notable building is Palermo Cathedral, which has been a place of worship since the year 600 AD. Others not to miss are the Teatro Massimo, one of the largest theaters in Europe, and the Church of Santa Maria dell’Ammiraglio. Visit the Palazzo dei Normanni (or Normal Palace) and Piazza Pretoria with the Fontana Della Vergogna (Fountain of Shame) with statues of monsters, harpies, sirens and tritons. Don't miss the Capo, a typical Sicilian open-air food and clothes market.

  2. SEA DAY

    • Tue, Jul 25

    • Wed, Jul 26

      • 12 PM Arrive

      • 5 PM Depart

    • Costa Smeralda (Porto Cervo), Sardinia

      Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, “The Emerald Coast” is situated in northern Sardinia, with more than half of its coastline featuring white sand beaches. We will be tendering from the ship to Porto Cervo in the heart of Costa Smeralda. This resort town has a deep natural harbor and hosts an annual yacht race that draws sailing aficionados from all over the world. It has become a favorite destination of the rich and famous after Prince Karim Aga Khan IV hired top French and Italian architects to create picturesque Moorish-style architecture here in 1962. Enjoy the best in shopping and dining or relax at a quaint cafe to do some people watching in the hopes of a celebrity sighting.

    • Thu, Jul 27

      • 9 AM Arrive

      • 2 PM Depart

    • Calvi, Corsica

      Calvi, Corsica, lies in the Haute-Corse area of France on the island of Corsica. Legend has it, Christopher Columbus was born in Calvi when it was ruled by the Genoese Empire. Calvi boasts a gorgeous port, a towering Citadel, rugged mountains and a five mile beach. The Port de Plaisance has a friendly marina and is an enjoyable place to watch luxury yachts and bright fishing boats come and go. You may also take in the Torra de Calvi, a registered French historical site.

    • Fri, Jul 28

      • 10 AM Arrive

      • 10 PM Depart

    • VilleFranche-sur-Mer, France

      VilleFranche-sur-Mer, France, is an authentic medieval fishing village on the French Riviera, in the heart of the Cote d’Azur with historic buildings and excellent museums. Located on a deep bay, it is surrounded by palm trees and blue sea. The village is a short train ride from Nice and Monaco. Cap Ferrat to the east is within walking distance. The charming Old Town cascades down the hillside to the sea and has wonderful restaurants with views of the beautiful bay. Restaurants feature regional specialities including seafood, bouillabaisse fish stew, and local cheeses, while shopping includes local items such as olive oil, perfume, wine, and handcrafted jewelry.

    • Sat, Jul 29

      • 1 PM Arrive

      • 6 PM Depart

    • Portofino, Italy

      Portofino, Italy, is a small fishing village located near Genoa on the Ligurian coast of the Italian Riviera. The horseshoe shaped harbor has uniquely colored buildings featuring trompe l'oeil. Pronounced "trum ploy”, it translates as the art of “tricking the eye” and is artwork on walls that looks three dimensional. This type of painting is still popular throughout Liguria. High-end boutiques and seafood restaurants fringe the Piazzetta, the small cobbled square overlooking the yacht-filled harbor. A path leads from the Piazzetta to Castello Brown, a 16th-century fortress and museum with art exhibitions and panoramic views of the town and the Ligurian Sea.

    • Sun, Jul 30

      • 9 AM Arrive

      • 10 PM Depart

    • Cinque Terre (Port Lerci), Italy

      Lerici, Italy, will allow access to the Cinque Terre, which means "Five Lands” in Italian. This famous coastal area is comprised of five villages built on steep cliffs overlooking the Ligurian Sea. They are Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Cornelia, Manarola, and Riomaggioreare, all part of the Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The port of Lerici has much of the same appeal with miles of hiking trails, a medieval castle high above the main piazza and a mile-and-a-half-long promenade along the waterfront. The promenade winds past boats anchored in the harbor and a string of beaches on the way to a stone castle and the neighboring village of San Terenzo.

    • Mon, Jul 31

      • 9 AM Arrive

      • 5 PM Depart

    • Riva Bella Beach, Corsica

      Riva Bella Beach, Corsica, is a special treat for our passengers. We will be able to enjoy a relaxing nude beach day at Riva Bella nudist resort. Riva Bella is rated the number one destination on the coast of Corsica by TripAdvisor. We may explore the grounds and visit the spa as well as lounge on the beautiful sandy beach. Marie-Claire, the owner of the resort, will arrange a lunch in the resort’s restaurant, but passengers may also tender back to the ship for lunch. Sun umbrellas and lounge chairs are available for rent on the beach. It should be a fabulous nude beach day with 200 of the best passengers in the world and a great way to end our adventures in the Mediterranean.

    • Tue, Aug 01

      • 7 AM Arrive

    • Rome (Port Civitavecchia), Italy II

Tue, Aug 01 | Rome, Italy

7:00 AM Arrive

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