30 Jun 2024


$ 1999



Sail from Athens to the most idyllic Greek Isles in the Med — like Santorini, Rhodes, and Bodrum (Turkey). With an overnight in the glamorous hot spot of Mykonos, you can immerse yourself in the quiet charm of the island and attend those world-famous beach club parties.Sail from Athens to the most idyllic Greek Isles in the Med — like Santorini, Rhodes, and Bodrum (Turkey). With an overnight in the glamorous hot spot of Mykonos, you can immerse yourself in the quiet charm of the island and attend those world-famous beach club parties.


What's Included on the Resilient Lady sailing

All Food
From refined dining to relaxed casual, all of our 20+ eateries featuring menus curated by Michelin star chefs are yours to enjoy.

Soft Drinks & Water
Stay hydrated with still and sparkling water, non-pressed juices, sodas, teas and even drip coffee.

Browse, post, and stay connected with wifi — whenever you want, and wherever you are on the ship.

We’ve taken care (of taking care) of your servers, so we cover the gratuities for your onboard experiences.

Group Fitness Classes
Yoga, meditation, cycling, HIIT classes, and more — all your group fitness classes are covered.

Shows & Entertainment
Developed by the world’s most-talked-about producers and artists, you have a ticket to all of our awe-inspiring shows.

  • 1 day Piraeus (Athens), Greece – Departs at 06:00 PM, local time
    All aboard 2 hrs before departure
  • 2 day Santorini, Greece – 09:00 AM – 09:00 PM, local time
  • 3 day Rhodes, Greece – 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM, local time
  • 4 day Bodrum, Turkey – 08:00 AM – 08:00 PM, local time
  • 5 day Sailing
  • 6 day Mykonos, Greece – Arrives at 09:00 AM, local time
  • 7 day Mykonos, Greece – Departs at 02:00 PM, local time
  • 8 day Piraeus (Athens), Greece – Arrives at 06:30 AM, local time

    Please allow up to an hour for the Gangway to open

  • Insider – Roomy rainshower, Mood lighting, Glam station, Large flat screen TV* Price per person: 2009 cad


  • XL Sea Terrace
    • Private balcony with hammock
    • Fair & Flexible rate:
    • Voyage date changes allowed
    • Update names or transfer voyage
    • Price per person: 2099 cad
  • The Sea Terrace – Most popular with Sailors
    • Private balcony with hammock
    • Fair & Flexible rates:
    • Voyage date changes allowed
    • Update names or transfer voyage
    • Price per person: 2669 cad – Central Sea Terrace

Please contact one of our cruise specialists  for offers and pricing for alternative cabins on the ship or to book.

SLAVENKA  – 905.545-5900 EXT 144  OR  NIKOLINA – 905.545.5900 EXT 133


Going on a cruise can be an exciting adventure, but it’s essential to be prepared. Here are some must-know things:

    1. Travel Documents: Ensure you have all necessary travel documents such as your passport, visa (if required), cruise tickets, and any other identification required.
    2. Pack Smartly: Pack light, but include essentials like comfortable clothing, swimwear, sunscreen, medications, and any other personal items you may need. Check the dress code for formal nights or special events on board.
    3. Medical Precautions: Bring any necessary medications and consult your doctor if you have any health concerns. Most cruise ships have medical facilities, but they may not be as extensive as on land.
    4. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water, especially in warm climates, to stay hydrated. It’s easy to forget when you’re surrounded by water, but the sea air and sun can be dehydrating.
    5. Safety Drill: Attend the mandatory safety drill conducted at the beginning of the cruise. Familiarize yourself with the location of life jackets, emergency exits, and muster stations.
    6. Onboard Activities: Take advantage of the onboard activities and entertainment options. Cruise ships offer a variety of amenities such as pools, spas, fitness centers, theaters, and more.
    7. Dining Options: Explore the dining options available on the ship, including formal dining rooms, specialty restaurants, buffets, and room service. Check if reservations are required for specialty restaurants.
    8. Excursions: Research and book shore excursions in advance or explore ports on your own. Consider your interests and activity levels when choosing excursions.
    9. Budgeting: Set a budget for onboard expenses such as gratuities, drinks, souvenirs, and optional activities. Keep track of your spending to avoid overspending.
    10. Sea Sickness: If you’re prone to motion sickness, consider bringing motion sickness remedies like medication or wristbands. Choose a cabin in the middle of the ship and on a lower deck, where motion is less noticeable.
    11. Stay Connected: Check the onboard internet options if you need to stay connected during the cruise. Internet packages can be expensive, so plan accordingly.
    12. Respect the Environment: Be mindful of the environment and follow the ship’s guidelines for waste disposal and conservation efforts.
    13. Emergency Procedures: Familiarize yourself with the ship’s emergency procedures and know how to contact the crew in case of an emergency.
    14. Tipping: Understand the tipping policies on the cruise line. Some cruise lines include gratuities in the fare, while others require additional tipping.
    15. Enjoy Yourself: Most importantly, relax and enjoy your cruise experience! Take time to unwind, explore new destinations, and create lasting memories.


An intersection of the past and present

Athens – Europe’s action packed, oldest capital, considered to many as an archaeological theme park. As you approach the port of Piraeus you’ll find its entryway lined with visitors eager to be catapulted into one of the most exciting spectacles on the planet.


The ultimate Greek Isle

Blue domes, windmills and white buildings sloping down a volcanic mountainside — yes, this is *that* postcard-worthy island whose stunning images are plastered on positive affirmation backdrops and smartphone homescreens alike, but now it’s yours to experience IRL.


All mythic roads end in Rhodes

Historically, Rhodes is celebrated for being the home of one of the most remarkable of the seven wonders of the world, the Colossus of Rhodes – while in the current landscape it’s become one of the most sought after locations for those who actively search social media with the #takemethere. Travelers everywhere have Rhodes on their vision boards because of its bountiful beauty, inspired cuisine, historical significance and a little something we just can’t seem to put our finger on.


A remixed melody of traditional echoes

Some words don’t translate well from one language to another – a perfect example of this is the Turkish word keyif. Pronounced “kayfe,” roughly translated it means “the pursuit of idyllic pleasure” or “to do nothing happily” but – as Bodrum locals will tell you, the best way to translate keyif is simply just – vibes.


Cycladean myths to beachside beats

Beach umbrellas peppering an eternal coastline, a pelican population just as teeming as its local fishermen and copious shades of blue in all directions, Mykonos just has that – je ne sais quoi.