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$3249 -- Spring Greek Island Yacht Trip w/Air, $800 Off*

Sold out - This deal was published April 02, 2014 and sold out May 28, 2014
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By Travelzoo Staff

This spring, indulge in a luxury sailing experience aboard a three-masted yacht on this Greek island cruise package for $3249 per person, including taxes and airfare. This saves $800 per person on do-it-yourself prices.

On this seven-night trip, travelers will board an intimate 49-passenger vessel and sail in and out of the Cyclades islands' intricate waterways including Kolones Bay, a secluded spot for swimming; Syros, boasting a peaceful beachfront; Santorini, a haven for golden sunsets; and Mykonos, known for its iconic windmills.

This trip from Group IST includes:

  • Roundtrip airfare from New York-Newark to Athens
  • Seven night cruise aboard a yacht
  • Cabin C Lower Deck cabins
  • Daily breakfast
  • Airfare taxes and fuel surcharges
  • Port charges ($250 value)

Depart: May 30; June 6; discounted April-October sailings are available.

Travelers using their own airfare to get to Greece can easily book the cruise-only version of this package. Alternative cruise packages are available. Contract Group IST for details.

Note: Payment is required in full at time of booking; all bookings are nonrefundable. Optional shore exclusions are not included.

Book by May 28.
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and valid for U.S. or Canada residents only. Rates are cruise only and do not include applicable government taxes and fees. Prices, stateroom availability and promotional offers are capacity-controlled and subject to change without notice. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates and additional restrictions may apply. Cruise lines reserve the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above a set amount, determined by each cruise line, on the NYMEX. Cruise lines will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary fuel charge to both existing and new bookings. Minimum age requirements vary by cruise line and destination.