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Small Ships - Great Cruises

The Yacht and Small Ship Cruise Specialists

Greek Island Hopping By Mega Yacht

For the ultimate in style & adventure

Yachting and island hopping in the Greek Isles have long been recognised as the perfect combination for a truly unforgettable holiday, azure crystal clear seas, dramatic and beautiful coastal scenery and all in a land rich in history and culture and with a long tradition in hospitality and providing visitors with a warm welcome. Add to this 300 days of guaranteed sunshine a year and fair sailing winds and...

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Great Cruises – Tailor-Made Holidays

Published on January 31, 2014, by in News.

Panoramic shot of Harmony G in Santorini

Our unique collection of small ship cruises aimed at the discerning traveller are closer in concept to yachting than cruising, combining an element of exclusivity with friendly informality. Our yachts and cruise ships are well appointed and comfortable, whilst offering unique itineraries beyond the reach of larger cruise ships.

Our experienced and knowledgeable consultants will be happy to advise you in making the right choice and tailor made programs are our speciality.

We look forward to welcoming you on board !

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Advantages of smaller cruise ships

Published on January 17, 2014, by in Cruise Guides.

When thinking of cruises, it's all too easy to imagine a behemoth of a vessel, sporting thousand-seater dining rooms and enormous balconies. There's no reason to be put off cruises entirely if this doesn't sound like your cup of tea – here at Seafarer, we prefer to offer a more personalised experience and our passenger lists are more likely to stand at around 200 than 2,000.

This already sounds more appealing, but what are the other benefits...

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Arts and culture fair helps Seychelles tourism

Published on August 12, 2014, by in Travel News.

Creative artists originating from the Seychelles got together yesterday (August 10th) for a prominent arts and crafts fair that is gaining momentum and becoming extremely popular with tourists from the area.

Taking place on the beautiful Port Launay Beach, the event was held following the success of its previous incarnation which happened earlier this year on May 31st.

Initially set up by the Pro Art Association in conjunction with the...

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Bahamas welcomes 1.8 million tourists

Published on August 12, 2014, by in Travel News.

Holidays to the Bahamas are often an incredible experience, with the nation's endless stretches of perfect white sand, turquoise waters and verdant forests ticking all the boxes for those seeking the perfect break away from daily life.

So it comes as no surprise that 1.8 million tourists visited the country in the first quarter, with a report published by the Central Bank's latest Quarterly Economic Review indicating modest gains in tourism...

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Seychelles commemorates WW1 centenary

Published on August 12, 2014, by in Travel News.

The Seychelles remembered the many people who died during the First World War last week, with special events held across the archipelago that commemorated the efforts of Seychellois war victims in particular.

At the time a British colony, the 115 islands ended up sending troops into the great battle to aid in the fight against the Kaiser.

Celebrations were prominent but subdued as the time came to remember people who died in the fight for...

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