Known as the “Cradle of Western Civilization,” Greece is an enticing blend of history, diverse cultural influences, archaeological gems, and stunning natural beauty. Embark Sea Cloud II for a seven-night voyage to famous and lesser-known sites on the Greek Islands and along the Peloponnese.

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 Sails on the <i>Sea Cloud II</i>  <i>Sea Cloud II</i> at full sail  View of the Plaka, Athens  The Acropolis in Athens  Ancient lion statue on Delos  The Lion's Gate, Mycenae  The dramatic theater at Epidaurus  Pedestrian street on the island of Hydra  Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion

Sailing the Greek Isles

Round-trip from Pireaus Aboard Sea Cloud II

10 days from $6,995

Known as the “Cradle of Western Civilization,” Greece is an enticing blend of history, diverse cultural influences, archaeological gems, and stunning natural beauty. Embark Sea Cloud II for a seven-night voyage to famous and lesser-known sites on the Greek Islands and along the Peloponnese.

or Call 855-330-1542

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Jul 26 - Aug 4, 2021 Departure
Veronica Kalas

Veronica Kalas

Veronica Kalas is an art historian and archaeologist with special expertise in the ancient through Byzantine periods. She has taught courses on such topics as ancient Rome, ancient to medieval art and architecture, and special topics in Byzantine art at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor and Dearborn) and Wayne State University, as well as in Ankara. Veronica has also worked on archaeological excavations and architectural surveys in Greece, Turkey, and Tunisia. She earned her Ph.D. in art history and archeology from New York University's Institute of Fine Arts and her B.A. in Classical Archaeology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her special area of expertise focuses on the architecture and society of Byzantine Cappadocia, a volcanic region located in central Turkey. She is also very interested in cross cultural and interdisciplinary approaches to the history of art and archaeology. Veronica has published many articles and papers, and is currently working on a book on Cappadocia. Her work has been supported by various grants and fellowships, including the American Research Institute in Turkey, the Program in Hellenic Studies at Princeton University, and Dumbarton Oaks Research Libraries and Collections in Washington, D.C. Veronica has enjoyed filming for the History Channel, lecturing to the public, and leading archeological study tours.