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Sail Three Seas

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Sail Three Seas is an Eastern Mediterranean Cruise that takes you to the region’s off-the-radar destinations. You’ll sail the sun-kissed shores of Croatia, Malta, Italy and Montenegro and discover each country’s hidden gems. Expect a laidback holiday of millennia-old cities and quiet beaches.

Ports visited*

* The order of the itinerary may differ depending on your chosen departure date and airport.
Day 1 – Dubrovnik, Croatia

Departs: 20:00

It’s a 30-minute drive from the airport to Dubrovnik port – you’ll be transferred there free of charge. It’s worth taking a public bus or taxi back to the old town to explore, if you have time.

Dubrovnik’s historic centre is a labyrinth of winding lanes, Baroque buildings and atmospheric palaces. Did you know it's used as the filming location for King’s Landing on Game of Thrones?

The Sail Three Seas cruise also offers you the opportunity to stay in a hotel in Dubrovnik before or after the cruise. We recommend taking up this offer so you can explore Croatia’s top tourist destination.

Day 2 – At Sea

This is the only day of your Sail Three Seas cruise at sea. Make the most of your time onboard Marella Celebration. Soak up the sun by one of two pools or the al fresco lounge. A two-storey spa offers treatments such as facials and full body massages.

In the evening, enjoy a cocktail at Hemingway’s Bar, or a performance at Broadway Show Lounge. There are five restaurants including Kora La, which serves sumptuous pan-Asian fare.

Day 3 – Valletta, Malta

Time in port: 08:00 – 17:00

The next stop on your Sail Three Seas itinerary is Valletta. This compact city is a stunning labyrinth of winding streets, honey-coloured buildings, sculpted gardens and Baroque architecture. It’s crammed with restaurants, galleries and interesting attractions, like The Toy Museum.

The city is small enough to explore on foot. If you want to avoid the steep walk up to the old town, there’s an elevator you can take near the port entrance.

Shore excursions will take you on scenic tours across the island. You can visit Mdina, the old capital, or the subterranean Blue Grotto, named after the colour of its waters.

Day 4 – Catania, Sicily

Time in port: 08:00 – 17:00

This chic black and white city is built of basalt and limestone, with broad piazzas and Baroque palaces. You’ll find designer boutiques alongside grungy bars and local restaurants. The silhouette of Mount Etna looms over the village.

There are no shore excursions available, but the port’s just a 15-minute walk from the city centre, and taxis are also available. You can also book an off-road jeep tour of Mount Etna and the surrounding area through private tour operators. They’ll pick you up and drop you back at port.

Day 5 – Argostoli, Kefalonia

Time in port: 11:00 – 20:00

Kefalonia is an idyllic Greek island of traditional villages and secluded beaches. It was the filming location for the Captain Corelli’s Mandolin film.

You’ll disembark at Argostoli, just a few minutes’ walk from the town centre. Pick up a bargain on the shopping street Lithostroto, and head to Plateia Valianou for a meal or drink in a local taverna. Street musicians will serenade you as you explore.

If you want to get out and about across the island, your best bet is a shore excursion. Take a transfer to Makris Yialos where you can swim in the ocean or try out some water sports. Alternatively, head out to the atmospheric Drogarati Caves.

Day 6 – Brindisi, Italy

Time in port: 08:00 – 18:00

Flanked by stunning waters, olive groves and vineyards, Brindisi is beautifully picturesque.

A city of narrow streets, whitewashed houses and Roman churches, make sure to visit the Church of San Antonio - one of the greatest examples of Romanesque architecture.

Why not book a Marella Cruises excursion to discover the town of Lecce. Pick a path through the towns ancient streets showcasing some of the most impressive Baroque inspired buildings.

You'll stop at the towns centrepiece, a 25,000 seat amphitheater that dates well back to the 1st century BC!

If you'd rather avoid so much history, take a trip to Italy's Puglia region and discover Ostuni.

Visit the olive groves that span all the way down the Adriatic coast before rounding off your trip with a spot of souvenir shopping and tasting some locally produced wine.

Day 7 – Kotor, Montenegro

Time in port: 08:00 – 18:00

The pint-sized republic of Montenegro is one of Europe’s best kept secrets. You’ll sail into Kotor, a charming walled city surrounded by craggy mountains and glassy fjords.

You’ll disembark a stone’s throw from the city centre. Enjoy strolling through labyrinthine streets, past blue-domed churches and ornate buildings. Check out the quirky Cat Museum, full of cat memorabilia.

Take a shore excursion to visit more of Montenegro. Visit a mountain village to sample cheese and wine, or Budva, renowned for its architecture and beaches.

Day 8 – Dubrovnik, Croatia

Arrives: 05:00

You’ll arrive back to Dubrovnik in plenty of time for your free transfer back to the airport.

We’re sure you’ll finish your cruise captivated by all the interesting places you’ve visited.

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