Arethusa & Artemis

Arethusa & Artemis
An elegantly placed meal on the Arethusa & Artemis
Enjoy the views from the lounge ont he Arethusa & Artemis
A relaxing lounge on the Arethusa & Artemis
Enjoy delicious meals as you sail on the Arethusa & Artemis
Arethusa & Artemis
Your stateroom on the Arethusa & Artemis
Waves crash against the beaches of Nice, France
Arethusa: Mediterranean Idyll
It is common for guidebooks to speak of the rich and varied history of the Mediterranean and the layers upon layers of civilizations whose remains are preserved here. Discover this history on your 8-day voyage. Begin in Pompeii, the preserved city that …
  • 8 days
  • $6690 - $8695 USD
Ship:
Arethusa & Artemis
Passions:
Light Hiking, History, Expedition Cruises, Beaches
Places:
Europe, Mediterranean, France, Italy, Rome, Portoferraio, Nice, Sorrento, Bonifacio, Trapani, …
Visit the impressive ruins at Ephesus
Arethusa: Voyage to the Lands of Gods and Heroes
History comes alive on this 11-day voyage of discovery to Greece, Italy, and Turkey aboard the Arethusa. Sail south from Rome and visit Pompeii to learn about daily life during the Roman empire, then explore Crete's Minoan Palace of Knossos. In …
  • 11 days
  • $7995 - $10995 USD
Ship:
Arethusa & Artemis
Passions:
Light Hiking, History, Expedition Cruises, Beaches
Places:
Europe, Mediterranean, Italy, Greece, Rome, Sorrento, Athens, Santorini, Kusadasi, Messina, …
Swallows Nest Castle, Crimea
Artemis: Voyage Around the Black Sea
The Black Sea and its surrounding lands are where West meets East, Europe meets Asia, and Christianity meets Islam. Since the Ottoman invasions of the 16th century, the region has been – and continues to be – a strategically significant region. This …
  • 11 days
  • $8690 - $11395 USD
Ship:
Arethusa & Artemis
Passions:
Light Hiking, History, Expedition Cruises
Places:
Europe, Mediterranean, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Istanbul, Constanta, Odessa, Sevastopol, …

The Arethusa & Artemis are identical 50-passenger yachts built in 2007. Their small sizes allow guests to travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations and small harbors, avoiding the crowds of larger ports.

The Arethusa & Artemis each feature 26 spacious cabins which were designed to offer spectacular views of the sea. Most cabins include private balconies with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Guests are delighted with their modern and comfortable amenities: private bathroom with shower, flat-screen TV, telephone, safe, mini-refrigerator, and climate control.

Public areas on board include elegant dining rooms large enough to serve all of its guests in a single seating, a lounge and bar for convivial conversation and lectures, and a sun deck which is ideal for relaxed horizon viewing or dining alfresco. The ships meet the latest safety standards and are both equipped with state-of-the-art communication and navigation systems. A crew-to-passenger ratio of nearly one-to-two assures the highest standard of service.

Ship Specifications
Length: 193 feet
Beam: 35 feet
Draft: 10 feet

A cabin with two portholes on the Arethusa & Artemis
Category D
Main deck cabins with two round portholes. Located near the stairs. 150-163 sq. ft.
Relax in your cabin as you sail on the Arethusa & Artemis
Category C
Main deck cabins with two round portholes. 150-163 sq. ft.
A relaxing cabin on the Arethusa & Artemis
Category B
Upper deck cabins with a small private balcony. Located near the stairs. 150-163 sq. ft
Your stateroom on the Arethusa & Artemis
Category A
Upper deck cabins with small private balcony. 150-163 sq. ft.
A comfortable stateroom
Category S
Single cabins with round portholes. 120-135 sq. ft.
Deck plans of the Arethusa & Artemis