An adventurer’s cruise through the Aegean
Odysseus, also known as Ulysses, was a legendary King of Ithaca. His fate was bound up in that of the Trojan wars started by the abduction of Helen – the ‘face that launched a 1,000 ships’. Whether the stories are true Odysseus certainly had a reputation as an adventurer and he would have sailed back and forth across these beautiful Aegean waters.
How wonderful then to follow in the wake of history cruising on board the wonderful Panorama II a mega yacht which still hoists canvas and graces horizons wherever she sails. This trip around the islands and coasts of Greece and Turkey is the perfect backdrop to her elegance and style.
Life on board centres on her outdoor areas including the 2 bars and the sun deck. In the evening you can relax in one of the ship’s two lounges, play cards in the library, or enjoy a drink while listening to piano music. This is classic and classy sailing at its best.
There is no pool but no need for one – the swimming platform on Panorama II’s stern means you get to swim in pristine secluded bays when weather and anchorage conditions permit. That’s how Odysseus would have wanted it.