Lower the sails and raise the roof because our Greece: Aegean Sea Gay Cruise just got an upgrade to a luxury yacht – welcome to the Voyager.
As we set sail on the Variety Voyager for islands like Mykonos and Santorini, we’ll also be privy to smaller ports that can’t quite fit larger ships, making the Voyager the optimal way to visit every nook and cranny of the Cyclades. At 68m in length, this vessel boasts 5 decks and a cruising speed of 13 knots.
Let’s talk amenities, shall we? Our onboard culinary wizards will have your taste buds dancing while the crew caters to our every whim. Grab a bite in the indoor dining room or outdoor dining area, cat nap in the spacious aft lounge, rejuvenate in the spa/fitness suite, or watch the world go by, cocktail in hand, from one of the many lounges.
Looking to work on your tan? Soak up some rays on the Sun Deck, then cool off afterward by diving in to the balmy Aegean Sea directly from the stern – you can’t do that on a larger cruise ship! With oodles of room to stretch out on the Voyager, everyone will be able to find their preferred spot.
With a capacity of 68 guests, this will be Out Adventures’ largest LGBTQ+ cruise to date! All cabins have individually controlled A/C and ventilation, flat-screen TVs, a mini bar, and a safe deposit box. The bathrooms are finished with marble, glass and Corian, and come with deluxe toiletries, bathrobes and a soothing rain showerhead. There are 34 swanky cabins in 5 categories, so let’s figure out which category is right for you.
Located on the Lower Deck, each Category C cabin is approximately 130-167 square feet. With its double portholes and either two twin beds or one double bed, this is the perfect space for light-sensitive sleepers to shut the blinds for a disco nap at any point in the day. These cabins feature quick access to the spa and fitness suite, also located on the Lower Deck.
Located on the Lower Deck and Main Deck, each Category B cabin is approximately 124-216 square feet with either two twins or one double bed. Lower Deck cabins have double portholes and Main Deck cabins have double windows. If you need a bit more room to work with in your cabin and prefer to stay cost-efficient, this may be the category for you.
Located on the Main Deck, each Category A cabin is approximately 140-184 square feet each with either two twins or one double bed. These cabins feature double windows and easy access to the aft lounge. With the spa and fitness suite one deck below and the dining room one deck above, these cabins are perfect for those who would prefer to be centrally located within the ship.
Located on the Upper Deck, each Category P (for Premium) cabin is approximately 184-227 square feet and features double windows, upgraded fabrics, and either two twin beds or one double bed. A sofa bed is also available in most of these cabins for triple occupancy. With easy access to the dining room and the Sun Deck one level up, these cabins certainly have top-tier views and prime placement on the ship.
Located on the Upper Deck, this cabin is the most spacious at approximately 260 square feet. Featuring two double windows, a seating area, either two twin beds or one double bed, plus a sofa bed, the Owner’s Suite is the most decadent cabin on board. If you’re looking to stretch out while retreating into luxury, this may be the space for you.
Whether you’re a seasoned cruiser or a first-time sailor, our Aegean adventure aboard the Variety Voyager promises to be one of the most unique cruise experiences and we hope you’ll come along!
Pre-Cruise Night: Electra Metropolis, Athens
For our initial night in Athens, we’ve selected a fine example of Greek architecture that incorporates eclectic classical elements. Stately and impressive but never loud, Electra Metroplois blends elegantly with the surrounding cityscape to create a fascinating whole. This is aristocratic Athens at its finest, opening up to you in the most welcoming of ways.
Enjoy your breakfast in the rooftop garden or take a dip in the pool – both offer captivating views of Acropolis Hill and The Parthenon in the background.
The classically refined yet modern furnishings in our spacious rooms include a desk and a reading nook. Even though we’re only here for one night, this charming property is sure to provide a memorable experience and a rejuvenating night’s sleep.
Ready to relax in style? Head over to the Greece: Aegean Sea Gay Cruise page to get booked.
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