Variety Voyager
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Variety Voyager

Our Ship Review
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger

The 72-guest Variety Voyager is a sleek mega-yacht with just 36 cabins and a plush yet understated design. In the cabins, you'll find plenty of wood and marble, and the lounge is also modern and elegant, with chic sofas that feel just right during cocktail parties. The single dining room is surrounded by so many windows, you almost feel like you're outdoors.

What We Love

The Water Sports Deck: It's possible to swim right from the ship or launch a kayak here, and there's enough snorkeling equipment for every passenger to put on fins and masks at the same time.

There are No Inside Cabins: All cabins are all outside-facing, with views through portholes or picture windows, depending on class. 

Menus Are Local: Meals make use of regional ingredients, including tropical fruit, and menus include specialties from destinations on the itinerary.

Best Known For

Small Ship, Big Perks: Variety Voyager can dock in ports other ships are too large to reach and even travel up rivers, giving you the advantages of an expedition vessel but with a higher level of luxury. There's even a small spa on board.

The Greek Crew: The Greek officers and crew are warm and welcoming — whether they're mingling at a cocktail party or offering passengers an up-close view of how they navigate between lesser-known Greek Islands. 

Who It's Best For

Those Who Hate Crowds: If you think you wouldn't like cruising, this ship could change your mind. There are just 72 passengers, so you're a person, not a cabin number. You'll also find no lines and a refreshing lack of regimentation.

Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

Tenders Are Inflatable Rafts: On some shore excursions, you'll be transported on a Zodiac-style motorized raft. They require a bit of agility to board — and the ride will definitely ruin your hairdo.

You'll Need to Be a Stair Master: There are no elevators on board, so you'll be climbing between decks.