The luxurious private yacht Callisto, accommodating just 34 guests, is ideal for our unique approach to cruising. Her small size allows visits to unspoiled ports, pristine beaches and intimate coves and harbors that have been familiar to fishermen and other sailors of small craft for thousands of years, but which are inaccessible to large commercial cruise liners. The limited guest list assures a group large enough to bring together an interesting mix of travelers, but small enough to foster a genuine spirit of camaraderie.

All 17 exterior cabins resemble guest rooms in a fine home—beautifully furnished, comfortably arranged and complete with the amenities one would expect from a thoughtful host: 
  • Large windows (portholes on Daphne Deck)
  • Air-conditioning
  • Generous storage space
  • Telephone
  • Satellite TV and
  • CD/DVD player
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Marble bathroom with shower.
The yacht’s public areas, including an elegant restaurant surrounded by large picture windows; a spacious lounge and bar; and a library (with Internet access) surrounded by windows, are decorated with rich fabrics, handsome woodwork, gleaming brass, antiques and fine works of art. The yacht also features a Jacuzzi, two broad decks for sunbathing and a swimming platform.
Callisto’s hotel staff requisitions fresh provisions from many ports of call. You will enjoy just-baked bread, caught-that-day fish and the ripest produce from local markets, resulting in menus of classic
regional specialties as well as creative Continental fare prepared by expert European chefs. Meals are served at a single unassigned seating in the restaurant, or al fresco on the sun deck. Select fine wines are complimentary with lunch and dinner.

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