Cruise from Venice along the stunning Adriatic Coast and through the Corinth Canal to Athens on this seven-night itinerary aboard the exclusively chartered, Five-Star small ship Le Jaques Cartier, with private balconies in all of its ocean-view Suites and Staterooms.
Visit five countries and six UNESCO World Heritage sites, exploring the influence of the Roman, Greek, Byzantine, Venetian and Slavic civilizations on this comprehensive program featuring ports inaccessible to larger vessels, including the Bay of Kotor, Korcula and Hvar. In Greece, visit the ancient Greek site of Delphi and Corfu’s Old Town, rooted in the eighth century B.C.; in Albania tour the archaeological site of Butrint; in Montenegro visit Kotor’s medieval fortifications; and in Croatia, see Dubrovnik’s 15th-century walled city and tour Split’s Roman Diocletian’s Palace.
Optional Pre Cruise Extension: Venice
- $1395 per person based on double occupancy
- $2145 per person based on single occupancy
Day 1: Depart the U.S.
Day 2: Venice, Italy/Embark Le Jaques Cartier
Day 3: Split, Croatia
Day 4: Hvar/Korcula
Day 5: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Day 6: Kotor, Montenegro
Day 7: Sarandë, Albania, for Butrint/Corfu, Greece
Day 8: Itea for Delphi/Corinth Canal Cruise
Day 9: Piraeus/Disembark ship/Athens/ Return to the U.S.
Optional Post Cruise Extension: Athens
- $1195 per person based on double occupancy
- $1795 per person based on single occupancy
Aine Donovan is a Clinical Professor of Business Education at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. She is the Director Emerita of the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College, a campus wide initiative that serves the needs of faculty and students in ethics education. Prior to her tenure at Dartmouth, she was a professor at the United States Naval Academy where she developed the ethics curriculum and founded the first ethics center at Annapolis.
Her research emphasis, publications, and professional presentations are in the field of moral education, bioethics, business ethics and global strategies for ethical understanding. Her recent books include "Global Bioethics" (Oxford) and "The Human Genome Project in College Curriculum: Ethical Issues and Practical Strategies"(UPNE).