Travel by Small Ship
Your Mediterranean small ships
Sail aboard our privately owned 50-passenger vessels
On your travels in the Mediterranean—including the Aegean and Adriatic—you’ll be traveling aboard one of Grand Circle Cruise Line’s exclusive small ships. The M/V Athena, Arethusa, and Artemis are 50-passenger vessels that are designed and built exclusively for our travelers (two groups of 25 travelers, each with its own Program Director). These vessels are the perfect size to explore the islands and shores of the Mediterranean—and then slip into smaller ports and harbors for the night, well away from the larger cruise ships.
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Your Antarctica small ship
Sail aboard our privately chartered, 112-passenger all-suite Corinthian
Get a closer look at Antarctica’s White Wilderness during your 9-night cruise aboard the Corinthian, a recently refurbished, 112-passenger small ship (with four groups of 28 travelers, each with its own Program Director) featuring all suites with ocean views, a fleet of Zodiac rafts for shore landings, and an expert onboard Expedition Team. You’ll enjoy the greatest access to the richest discoveries as you cruise in comfort aboard this well-appointed small ship.
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Your Panama small ship
Sail aboard our privately chartered, 24-passenger M/S Discovery
Our privately chartered small ship, the M/S Discovery, is an intimate, comfortable 24-passenger vessel (for one group of 24 travelers with its own Program Director) that features cabins with private baths and convivial common areas, allowing your group to slip seamlessly into the storied locks of the Panama Canal.
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Your Burma small ship
Sail aboard our privately chartered, 34-passenger RV Paukan
Uncover one of the most untouched corners of Asia—Burma, now known as Myanmar—aboard the RV Paukan, an intimate 34-passenger vessel currently being constructed to navigate the waters of the Irrawaddy River, and the newest member of the Paukan fleet. This vessel offers similar features to its sister ship (which was built in 2007 and featured in the photo to the left), like traditional and modern décor, and comfortable private cabins and spacious common areas for you and your fellow travelers to unwind in after a day of discoveries.
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