Mediterranean Music Cruise
Enjoy superb private recitals by accomplished local musicians while aboard the stately Corinthian as you sail to some of the loveliest destinations in the Mediterranean, from Lisbon to Rome.
- Insights from the West of Ireland
- Fabulous shots from Smithsonian Journeys Expert Kirt Kempter
- Visiting Mount Fuji, by way of rural Japan
- Saturday in Pamplona
The Pleasures of Small-Ship Cruising
In an era of mega cruise ships that carry thousands of passengers, Corinthian is a delightful alternative. More like a private yacht than a cruise ship, Corinthian accommodates only 100 guests in 50 suites. Corinthian's limited guest capacity, fine facilities, and distinctive style of operation attract like-minded travelers who return again and again to enjoy its custom-crafted itineraries and a style of cruising that is rarely found today. More than just a cruise, each voyage provides a comprehensive experience that reveals the singular aspects of the destinations. Aboard, a sense of community and a spirit of camaraderie prevail.
Spacious, Upscale Suites
All of Corinthian's suites face outside, providing views of the sea and landscape. Several have a private balcony. All suites are equipped with a marble-appointed bathroom, sitting area, flat-screen television, DVD/CD player, mini-refrigerator, locked drawer for valuables, hairdryer, toiletries, and closet space.
Elegant Spaces and Outstanding Cuisine
The ship features expansive open deck areas and attractive facilities, including a gym, spa, library (with Internet access), beauty salon, boutique, two lounges, a sun deck with Jacuzzi, and an outdoor cafe. An elegant restaurant accommodates all guests in an open, unassigned seating. The cuisine is outstanding, and the overall service is efficient and friendly while unobtrusive. An elevator serves all decks. A resident physician attends a well-equipped infirmary. Wi-Fi is available throughout the ship.
Our Crew and Navigation
Served by 67 seasoned officers and crew, Corinthian complies with the latest international safety regulations, including those of the U.S. Coast Guard, meets the requirements of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and is outfitted with the most current navigational and communications technology. Corinthian is equipped with retractable fin stabilizers and a fleet of Zodiac inflatable craft for forays ashore.