Jewels of Antiquity


Start your journey through the historic Adriatic and Mediterranean in majestic Venice before cruising on to some of the mediterranean region's most notable Greek and Roman sites and ruins, then continue on to visit the historic and glamorous sites of the italian coastline

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 Hellenic temple at Corfu, Greece  View from Rialto Bridge, Venice  View of the Doge's Palace and Campanile from the canal in Venice  Piazza San Marco at night  Old fort in Split, Croatia  Beautiful view of Hvar, Croatia  View of Kotor Bay and Sv. Djordje and Our Lady of the Rocks Church, Montenegro  Greco-Roman Theater in Taormina, Sicily  Frescoes in a room in Herculaneum  The imposing Roman Colosseum  St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City  View of the Florence cathedral and typical Italian pizza  Palais des Papes, Avignon  Pont Saint-Bénézet, Avignon
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Aegean Odyssey

Aegean Odyssey is a mid-size ship, accommodating 380 guests, which is ideal for cruising the coastal waters of the Mediterranean. Due to her size, the ship offers a host of amenities, yet can cruise among the smaller, less crowded harbors and sail closer to the coast to maximize the magical views.

Comfortable, generously sized suites, junior suites, and staterooms are offered with and without balconies. All accommodations are air-conditioned and feature en suite facilities with bathtub and/or shower. Amenities include flatscreen TV, personal safe, and a hair dryer. Balcony Class staterooms (Category A-D) feature additional amenities, including welcome bottle of champagne, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, complimentary bottled water, and bathrobes/slippers.

Aegean Odyssey'’s two restaurants feature open seating dining with meal times arranged to suit the ship’s time in port and the shore excursion program. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in the Terrace Café, and outdoor terrace dining is also available. Lunch and dinner are served in the Marco Polo restaurant. To enhance Smithsonian camaraderie some dinners will feature Smithsonian tables in the Marco Polo restaurant (with unassigned seating). Afternoon tea is served and a limited room service menu is available except on embarkation/disembarkation days.

The ship’s amenities include three lounges, three bars, lecture theater, well-stocked library, Internet center, outdoor pool, spa (with saunas, massage and beauty treatment rooms) and hairdressers/beauty center. Telephone, fax, and email access are available via satellite.

 Observation Deck Aft  Pool Area on Lido Deck  Chef  Library  Ambassador Lounge  Aft Deck Area  Charleston Lounge (daytime)  Charleston Lounge (evening)  Marco Polo restaurant  Observation Lounge  Reception Area  Observation Lounge & Piano Bar  Lido Bar Staff  Gift Shop  Terrace Cafe - Afternoon Tea  Terrace Cafe  Dining at The Terrace Cafe  Category L Premium Inside Stateroom (two twin beds)  Category F Deluxe Stateroom  Category F Deluxe Stateroom (two twin beds)  Category D Deluxe Balcony Stateroom (two twin beds)  Category D Deluxe Balcony Stateroom (two twin beds)  Category B Junior Suite  Category B Junior Suite  Category B Junior Suite