Unveiled Wonders—Costa Rica & Panamá Canal

Small ship adventure cruise exploring Costa Rica and Panamá with an included pre-cruise hotel night

From $3,795

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Itinerary

Monkeys, sloths, iguanas, hummingbirds, toucans, and whales! By kayak, skiff, on foot, and small ship—uncover the wonders of jungles, mangroves, national parks, preserves, and the Panamá Canal.

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS:

  • One-night hotel stay in embarkation city—San José or Panamá City
  • Transit the Panamá Canal
  • Visit national parks, one wildlife refuge, and conservation area
  • Search for untamed wildlife—sloths, howler monkeys, scarlet macaws, white-faced capuchins
  • Snorkel and beachcomb on Panamá’s Granito de Oro
  • Stroll a butterfly- and flower-rich tropical botanical reserve
  • Hike, snorkel, kayak, paddle board, and explore by skiff
  • Off-the-beaten path exploration

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Savings!

Book by May 31, 2017 and save $450/couple ($225/person) on Aug 18, 25, 2017; Nov 3, 2017-Apr 27, 2018 departures. Must mention promo code TA45UW57.

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Your day-by-day details

San Jose to Panamá City

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Panamá City to San Jose

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DAY 1

San José, Costa Rica
Welcome to the land of pura vida! On arrival in the capital city of San José, you’ll be warmly greeted at the airport and transferred to the Intercontinental Hotel for your overnight stay. Relax and unwind, enjoying the hotel’s amenities or nearby attractions.
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DAY 2

San José, Costa Rica – Embarkation
The morning is yours to enjoy at leisure or set out to explore nearby sites and cafes. This afternoon, join your fellow adventurers at our hospitality area in the Intercontinental Hotel. After everyone has gathered, travel to the Caldera Port on the Pacific Ocean, where you’ll board the Safari Voyager and meet your enthusiastic crew.
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DAY 3

Manuel Antonio National Park
Boasting 109 species of mammals, over 330 bird species, and abundant marine life among its incredibly diverse plant life, Manuel Antonio National Park provides endless opportunity for discovery. On a jungle hike, keep your eyes tuned to the canopy above, watching for two- and three-toed sloths, white-faced capuchins, scarlet macaws, many-colored tanagers, coatis, iguanas, and other colorful and camouflaged creatures. And, keep your ears tuned for the screeching of howler monkeys.
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DAY 4

Osa Conservation Area
Adventure lies around every bend in the isolated, wild Osa Conservation Area, home to the country’s largest national park, Corcovado. The area is known for its diverse plant and animal species—a whopping 2.5% of the entire planet’s biodiversity is found here—including all four of Costa Rica’s monkeys, tree frogs, caimans, anteaters, scarlet macaws, coatis, and 16 different species of hummingbird. Explore this vast area putting feet to trail on an invigorating hike through the jungle. At the end of the day, enjoy the sunset with a tropical beverage in-hand during cocktail hour and retell stories of the day with your travel-mates.
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DAY 5

Golfo Dulce
A birder’s paradise, explore a tropical preserve exploding with vibrant color. From bromeliads, ginger plants, and heliconias, to toucans, hummingbirds, mischievous monkeys, and fluttering butterflies—there’s a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of sights, sounds, and tastes in every tree and bush you pass on your walking tour. In Golfo Dulce, which separates Oso Peninsula from the mainland, explore the rare flora and fauna of mangroves by kayak and skiff.
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DAY 6

Granito de Oro, Coiba National Park, Panama
Sail through the islands of Coiba National Park, making a stop at the postcard-perfect Granito de Oro islet. Offering a little bit of everything despite its small size, volcanic outcroppings at either end of this tiny landmass and a dense, mini-jungle in the center are connected by gorgeous white sand beach. Named one of the world’s top 10 diving sites, your day of play features snorkeling among abundant marine life, kayaking around rocky outcroppings, and lounging on the warm sand. It’s another perfect day in paradise.
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DAY 7

Isla Iguana / Marine Life Search
Isla Iguana Wildlife Refuge is home to a large colony of red-throated frigate birds and is a nesting site for sea turtles. Then there’s the islands namesake—iguanas. Both black and green species are found here. Below the surface, the coral reef teems with life, and maybe a turtle or two. Snorkel, hike, kayak. Which to choose? Why not all! Pull on your mask and flutter kick among colorful fish and crackling coral. Your guide leads a walk through foliage-covered trails sharing the island’s history—military, homestead, and refuge. It’s a smooth kayak among the mangroves. Relax and take it all in on a sun-warmed white sand beach. These waters are home to whales. With a tropical cocktail and binocs in-hand, watch for humpbacks from the bow.
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DAY 8

Gulf of Panamá Islands / Panamá Canal
The diverse islands and islets in the Gulf of Panamá are all unique, and on your last day, its captain’s choice as you cruise among them. Hosting hundreds of avian species, you may enjoy superb bird watching on an exciting skiff exploration, or stroll a charming coastal village that boasts the hemisphere's second oldest church. Later, transit from ocean to ocean along the 48-mile Panamá Canal (time varies depending on when the lock authority gives the final go ahead for late afternoon or evening). Truly a marvel of engineering and human tenacity, it took over 75,000 workers to build it. Celebrate this absolutely unforgettable voyage with a special farewell dinner, and then join your expedition team for a slideshow highlighting the week’s adventures.
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DAY 9

Panamá City – Disembarkation
Enjoy an early breakfast aboard the Safari Voyager and bid your crew farewell. You’ll disembark in Colón and be transferred to the Panamá City airport for your flight home or to begin your UnCruise hotel stay.

Passport required. Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience.

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DAY 1

Panamá City, Panamá
Welcome to Panamá—the happiest country in the world! You’ll be warmly greeted at the airport upon your arrival and transferred to the Bristol Hotel for your overnight stay. Relax and unwind from your day of travel, or stretch your legs on a walk to nearby city sites and attractions.
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DAY 2

Panama City / Panama Canal – Embarkation
Enjoy a morning of leisure or explore nearby city markets and café’s. This afternoon, rendezvous with your shipmates in our Bristol Hotel hospitality area, then board the Safari Voyager. Meet your crew and prepare to experience one of the top bucket-list destinations—transit from ocean to ocean along the 48-mile Panamá Canal. Truly a marvel of engineering and human tenacity, it took over 75,000 workers to build it. What a way to kick off your week!
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DAY 3

Gulf of Panamá Islands
The diverse islands and islets in the Gulf of Panamá are all unique, and today, its captain’s choice as you cruise among them. Hosting hundreds of avian species, you may enjoy superb bird watching on an exciting skiff exploration, or stroll a charming coastal village that boasts the hemisphere’s second oldest church. This evening, sailing further away from civilization, you could almost chart your course by the stars.
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DAY 4

Granito de Oro, Coiba National Park
Sail through the islands of Coiba National Park, making a stop at the postcard-perfect Granito de Oro islet. Offering a little bit of everything despite its small size, volcanic outcroppings at either end of this tiny landmass and a dense, mini-jungle in the center are connected by gorgeous white sand beach. Named one of the world’s top 10 diving sites, your day of play features snorkeling among abundant marine life, kayaking around rocky outcroppings, and lounging on the warm sand. It’s another perfect day in paradise.
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DAY 5

Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica
A birder’s paradise, explore a tropical botanical reserve exploding with vibrant color. From bromeliads, ginger plants, and heliconias, to toucans, hummingbirds, mischievous monkeys, and fluttering butterflies—there’s a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of sights, sounds, and tastes in every tree and bush you pass on your walking tour. In Golfo Dulce, which separates Oso Peninsula from the mainland, explore the rare flora and fauna of mangroves by kayak and skiff.
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DAY 6

Osa Conservation Area
Adventure lies around every bend in the isolated, wild Osa Conservation Area, home to the country’s largest national park, Corcovado. The area is known for its diverse plant and animal species—a whopping 2.5% of the entire planet’s biodiversity is found here—including all four of Costa Rica’s monkeys, tree frogs, caimans, anteaters, scarlet macaws, coatis, and 16 different species of hummingbird. Explore this vast area putting feet to trail on an invigorating hike through the jungle. At the end of the day, enjoy the sunset with a tropical beverage in-hand during cocktail hour and retell stories of the day with your travel-mates.
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DAY 7

Manuel Antonio National Park
Boasting 109 species of mammals, over 330 bird species, and abundant marine life among its incredibly diverse plant life, Manuel Antonio National Park provides endless opportunity for discovery. On a jungle hike, keep your eyes tuned to the canopy above, watching for two- and three-toed sloths, white-faced capuchins, scarlet macaws, many-colored tanagers, coatis, iguanas, and other colorful and camouflaged creatures. And, keep your ears tuned for the screeching of howler monkeys.
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DAY 8

Curú National Wildlife Refuge
Enjoy your last day on the southeastern tip of Nicoya Peninsula—untamed wildlife, lush scenery, and active recreation. Local “residents” include a variety of animal, reptile, avian, and insect species—frigate birds and hummingbirds, army ants and butterflies. Hike in Curú National Wildlife Refuge—a prime place to inspect diverse flora and fauna. Off shore, the vibrant, turquoise waters near Isla Tortuga offer inviting opportunities to snorkel, kayak, and paddle board. Cap off your week with a celebratory farewell dinner, and then join your expedition team for slideshow highlighting the week’s adventures.
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DAY 9

San José, Costa Rica – Disembarkation
Enjoy an early breakfast aboard and say adios to your crew. Upon arrival at the Caldera Port, you’ll be transferred to San José to connect with your flight home or begin your UnCruise hotel stay or land tour.

Passport required. Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience.

Theme Departures Available for this Itinerary

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Birding

Join renowned bird experts on a discovery of the unique habits and characteristics of the winged creatures you encounter.

2017: December 8, December 15
2018: January 19, January 26

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Marine Biology

Learn about the amazing aquatic world all around and beneath you with your onboard marine expert during excursions and in-depth presentations.

2017: August 25

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Photography

A professional photographer guest host guides you on capturing the perfect shots—onboard, in-the-field, and one-on-one.

2017: November 24; December 1
2018: April 20, April 27

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Wellness

In the world's greatest spa—courtesy of Mother Nature—travel with purpose and well-being. With your wellness host, take a journey of serenity and renewal in a stunning landscape.

2018: January 5, January 12

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Jun 23

2017

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$3,795
Commander
$4,395
Captain
$4,695
Admiral
$5,495
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,195
Owner's Suite
$7,395
Single
$5,795
Charter
$294,695
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jun 30

2017

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$3,795
Commander
$4,395
Captain
$4,695
Admiral
$5,495
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,195
Owner's Suite
$7,395
Single
$5,795
Charter
$294,695
Port taxes/fees
$250

Aug 04

2017

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$3,795
Commander
$4,395
Captain
$4,695
Admiral
$5,495
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,195
Owner's Suite
$7,395
Single
$5,795
Charter
$294,695
Port taxes/fees
$250

Aug 11

2017

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$3,795
Commander
$4,395
Captain
$4,695
Admiral
$5,495
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,195
Owner's Suite
$7,395
Single
$5,795
Charter
$294,695
Port taxes/fees
$250

Aug 18

2017

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$3,795
Commander
$4,395
Captain
$4,695
Admiral
$5,495
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,195
Owner's Suite
$7,395
Single
$5,795
Charter
$294,695
Port taxes/fees
$250

Aug 25

2017

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
marine-biology.pngMarine Biology
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$3,795
Commander
$4,395
Captain
$4,695
Admiral
$5,495
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,195
Owner's Suite
$7,395
Single
$5,795
Charter
$294,695
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 03

2017

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 10

2017

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 17

2017

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 24

2017

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
camera.pngPhotography
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 01

2017

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
camera.pngPhotography
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 08

2017

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
birding.pngBirding
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 15

2017

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
birding.pngBirding
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 22

2017

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 29

2017

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 05

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Wellness-reverse_17x16.pngWellness
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 12

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Wellness-reverse_17x16.pngWellness
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 19

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
birding.pngBirding
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 26

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
birding.pngBirding
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 02

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 09

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 16

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 23

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 02

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 09

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 16

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 23

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 30

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 06

2018

Colón to San José
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 13

2018

San José to Colón
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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 20

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
camera.pngPhotography
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 27

2018

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
camera.pngPhotography
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jun 29

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Aug 24

2018

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,395
Charter
$332,495
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 02

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 09

2018

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 16

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 23

2018

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Nov 30

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 07

2018

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 14

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,395
Commander
$4,995
Captain
$5,395
Admiral
$6,095
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,795
Owner's Suite
$7,995
Single
$6,595
Charter
$332,890
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 21

2018

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Dec 28

2018

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 04

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 11

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 18

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Jan 25

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 01

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 08

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 15

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Feb 22

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 01

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 08

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 15

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 22

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Mar 29

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 05

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 12

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 19

2019

Colón to San José
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Apr 26

2019

San José to Colón
270_180_safari_voyager.jpg
Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

Specs:

  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
Cabin Options
Rate Per Person
Indicate Choice
Master
$4,595
Commander
$5,195
Captain
$5,595
Admiral
$6,295
Jr Commodore Suite
$6,995
Owner's Suite
$8,195
Single
$6,895
Charter
$345,490
Port taxes/fees
$250

Port taxes/fees are in addition to your cruise fare; if included in fare, the amount is indicated by $0

Important Notice: If you're traveling with minors, take note of special entry requirements. Click here for more details.

2017+ FARES INCLUDE: Onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, beer; non-alcoholic beverages; transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/disembark days; entry fees to national parks/preserves; all from-the-boat adventure activities and equipment; wellness amenities: fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage

Additional amenities and inclusions vary by vessel. View our comparison chart for details.

Ports & Places

The places you visit play a starring role throughout every journey. While this list isn’t exhaustive of every nook-and-cranny you’ll explore along the way, we’ve included descriptions of key ports and places to help you get to know the wilderness areas, landmark locations, notable regions, and coastal towns relevant to this itinerary.

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Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica

Located on the southern end of the remote and isolated Oso Peninsula, 164-square-mile Corcovado National Park is Costa Rica’s largest national park. From cloud forest to mangrove swamp, the park’s astounding biodiversity includes an estimated 500 species of trees, approximately 140 species of mammal, over 360 species of bird, nearly 120 species of reptiles and amphibians, and over 6,000 species of insects.

The park’s long stretches of pristine beach are backed by the lush, dense canopy of forests that teem with life. Four monkey species (spider, whiteface, squirrel, and howler) share this revered place with two- and three-toed sloths, anteaters, tapirs, jaguars, margays, and ocelots, along with winged brethren including scarlet macaws, tovi parakeets, king vultures, and Harpy eagles. The more slippery creatures include poison-dart frogs, speckled caimen, dolphins, killer whales, hammerhead sharks, and a few crocodiles. The gulf provides water-entry to the remote, isolated national park.

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Cúru National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica

Over 3,600 acres in size, Curú National Wildlife Refuge and Hacienda was once a private home of Federico Schutt de la Croix and Doña Julietta Schutt de Valle. Raising their three children there, the two began to focus their efforts on preservation of habitat for threatened and endangered species in the 1970s. By 1983, their property was officially granted status as a “wildlife refuge.” Today, Curú is an example of successful and sustainable ecotourism not only providing protection for the local environment, but essential jobs for the local Ticos as well.

Doña Julietta still runs the Refuge with the help of her adult children. Of the 3,600 acres, most is protected forest. Within the forest and the 84-acre refuge live incredibly diverse animal, reptile, avian, and insect species. Among its wild residents are white-faced, howler, and spider monkeys, anteaters, armadillos, and coatis, margays and puma, yellow-naped parrots, trogons, caracara, frigate birds and hummingbirds, and army ants, giant toads, and butterflies. Hiking trails of varying degrees of challenge cross the reserve and offer opportunities to spot wildlife in the canopy above and along the forest floor.

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Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica

Tucked between the Osa Peninsula and the mainland of Costa Rica, Golfo Dulce—or “sweet gulf"—is a large, sheltered bay ringed by secluded beaches and tropical rainforest, including Piedres Blancas National Park at the north end and its amazing “sister park,” Corcovado National Park. The gulf harbors an important estuarine habitat from the drainage of the Llorona, Corcovado, and Sirena Rivers. In its protected waters, kayaking, snorkeling, and skiff rides provide a view into the rich marine world below the surface. Golfo Dulce also boasts one of the world’s longest left-hand breaks when the conditions are right, making this a popular destination for surfers.

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Granito de Oro, Coiba National Park, Panamá

The features of this small islet within Coiba National Park have made it a natural “fishbowl” for marine life. Two rocky volcanic outcroppings on either end of the islet act a bit like a reef protecting its white-sand beaches and sheltering its surrounding water. A relaxing playground for adventure on the lighter side, a casual snorkel reveals a bounty of colorful marine life along the rocks. The picture-perfect beaches are ideal for a meandering stroll or for an afternoon snooze on warm sand. The cluster for trees and palms at the center of the island are very fitting with the lush jungle of the country, and offer a fascinating place for a nature walk beneath the shaded, dense canopy.

Granito de Oro is part of Coiba National Park which was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.

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Gulf of Panamá Islands

Discovered by Spanish explorers, the volcanic islands in the Gulf of Panamá are remnants of ancient activity along the Pacific Ocean’s ring of fire. One island in this cluster, Isla Tobago, or the flower island, was discovered by Vasco Balboa in the 1500s. The colonial church on the island is a reminder of a centuries-long history and is said to be Panama’s oldest.

Today, a quaint fishing village bustles on the eastern side, a number of hiking trails offer fantastic views across the gulf, and pretty white-sand beaches stretch along its shores. The tiny bulb of an island, El Murro, can be reached by a sand bar at low tide. Isla Urabá, just at the southern end of Tobago, is part of the Tobago Wildlife reserve and offers great birding on shore and snorkeling along coral-covered, volcanic rock. Each of the many islands in the Gulf of Panama are unique including rocky Isla Flamenco—also known as Dead Man’s Island, Isla Bona that buzzes with the activity of hundreds of birds, and little Isla Otoque that barely encompasses 2.6 square kilometers and is home to fewer than 150 people.

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Herradura, Costa Rica

Known as the Fishing Capitol of Costa Rica, Playa Herradura boasts a 5-star marina and the Los Sueños resort area. Located southwest of Costa Rica’s capital, San José, Herradura—meaning “horseshoe”—neighbors Jaco Beach and is backed by a dense rainforest including the Carara Biological Reserve. In this region, dry forest and humid tropical forest ecosystems meet and provide a home to rare scarlet macaws.

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Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

Located on the central western coast, Costa Rica’s smallest national park is separated from its central valley by a mountain range. The park’s flora and fauna include an impressive mix of species. Among Manuel Antonio National Park’s primary and secondary forests, mangrove swamps, coves, and beautiful white-sandy beaches live 109 mammal species and over 180 documented species of birds. Dominant trees include the black locust, balsa, monkey comb, bastard cedar, and mayflower. Established in 1972, the landscape is incredibly diverse and it was listed as one of the world’s 12 most beautiful national parks by Forbes.

Within the park are trails leading to the incredible white sand beaches, with beautifully rugged coastline views. Several fantastic trails offer journeys-by-foot to high bluffs above the ocean with sweeping panoramic views, to unique sea caves along the beach, and into the forest for scouting howler and squirrel monkeys, three-toed sloths, parakeets, tanagers, hawks, toucans, iguanas, and remarkable running-on-water basilisks.

The park also includes twelve small isles a short distance from shore. These islands are an important nesting area for brown boobies and are a sanctuary for other seabirds. The surrounding waters are teeming with a number of species of coral, sponge, crustaceans, and fish. Dolphins and migrating whales may also be spotted in these waters. Known for its gorgeous, postcard-worthy beaches, it’s the perfect location for an afternoon snooze, or for easy access into the water for swimming and snorkeling.

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Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s largest peninsula, 75-mile long Nicoya Peninsula is divided into two provinces; Guanacaste in the north and Puntarenas in the south. Historically important, the peninsula includes one of the oldest native settlements in the country and was first explored by Davila in 1523. Today, the peninsula is known for its many reserves, refuges, and national parks including Curú National Wildlife Refuge, magnificent white-sand beaches, and lush tropical forests.

The interior of the southern end of the peninsula, Puntarenas, is mountainous with lushly forested slopes that drop steeply down to the coast. Beautiful beaches backed by these mountains—many with waterfalls—create a dramatic scene with something to see everywhere the eye can look. Living in the verdant forests are a bountiful number of animal species including tapirs, howler monkeys, white-faced capuchins, sloths, kinkajous, and coatis. The peninsula is also home to healthy populations of birds, reptiles, and insects, including frigate birds, hummingbirds, brightly colored macaws, tanagers, and trogons, army ants, leaf ants, and blue morpho butterflies, and leatherback and Olive Ridley turtles.

From beachcombing and beach napping, to hiking jungle trails and playing in crystal-clear water, the Nicoya Peninsula is a perfect playground for the active adventure seeker.

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Panamá Canal

Panamá Canal is one of the most important waterways of the world. Connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, this engineering marvel provides passage to vessels through Central America, allowing them to avoid traveling several thousand extra miles around the dangerous southern tip of South America’s Cape Horn. The construction of the canal began in 1881 by the French, but the search for such a route of passage began long before. Early explorers to Central America believed the possibility of finding a passageway was high and, with both truly helpful information and misleading reports disguised as helpful from natives of the area, they searched for a way across.

After the successful construction of the Suez Canal, the French and in particular, the man behind the Suez Canal, Ferdinand de Lesseps, believed construction of a sea-level Panamá Canal would be swift and inexpensive. But due to challenging terrain that cut through the mountainous spine of Central America, dense forest, and across two large rivers, and the propensity for workers to die of malaria and yellow fever, the French project plagued with financial struggles and was sold to the United States in the early 1900s.

Then-president Theodore Roosevelt was a forceful advocate for the building of the canal. His belief in its importance was so strong that the US went so far as to support a rebel uprising that gave Panamanians their independence from Columbia.

Construction began again in earnest in 1905 after John Frank Stevens, the engineering mastermind behind the Great Northern Railway, was hired as Chief Engineer. Building better housing and sanitation for workers and hiring a massive labor force, he got the ball rolling and convinced Roosevelt and Congress that the canal should be a lock system, not sea level.

Major George Geothals, who succeeded Stevens, saw the project to completion. During the course of construction, over 268 million cubic yards of earth was dug and moved; two artificial lakes—Lake Gatun and Miraflores Lake—were constructed along with four dams; and the continental divide, which originally rose 360 feet above sea level was brought down to just 40 feet above sea level at the Culebra Cut. The canal has three sets of locks—the Miraflores, the Pedro Miguel, and the Gatun Locks—that raise vessels 85 feet above sea level during passage through. Over 56,000 people were employed and nearly 5,600 died during the US-phase of construction. The canal remained under US administration until 1999 when control was returned to Panamá and the Panamá Canal Authority took over.

The Panama Canal was opened on October 10, 1913 when the dike that separated Lake Gatun from the Calebra Cut was demolished. The first vessel to pass through was a French crane boat, Alexandre de Valley. The canal officially opened to traffic in the summer of 1914 and since its opening, over 1 million vessels have passed through.

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Panamá City

The capital city of the Republic of Panamá, Panamá City is a thriving metropolitan center with a terrific blend of old and new. Home to over 800,000 people, it is an advanced center of communications, banking, commerce, and tourism, in part due to the wealth it has accrued since the country took control of the Panamá Canal at the end of 1999. Panamá City is located on a 6-mile stretch of the southern Pacific coast from the Panamá Canal to the ruins of Panamá Viejo in the east.

Founded in 1519 at the site of Panamá Viejo, it was the first European settlement on the American Pacific coast. Sacked and burned to the ground by pirates led by the infamous Henry Morgan in the late 1600s, the new city was built further down that small peninsula. Rich history can be discovered in the city’s many archeological sites and historic districts, including archeological ruins of Panama Viejo, a Spanish sea wall built 400 years ago, and the 17th-century Metropolitan Church.

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San Jose, Costa Rica

The capital of Costa Rica was originally founded in 1738 by the Cabildo de Leon—a Spanish Colonial council—that built a chapel. The chapel's patron saint was San José—Saint Joseph. But it wasn’t officially made a city until the early 1800s when the first local government was created. San José became Costa Rica’s capitol in the early 1820s.

Located in the geographic heart of the country, the city’s population is approximately 290,000 and it’s the most populous city in the country. The perfect launching arena and transportation hub for adventures into the more wild and natural wonders of Costa Rica, the city includes the country's major international airport, and also offers a variety of restaurants, markets, and museums. The climate is described as “eternal spring,” perfect for visiting public parks, markets, and squares.

The city’s architecture is an odd mixture of styles from different eras. San José’s famous landmark, the Teatro Nacional, was built by wealth generated from the coffee industry in the 1890s as an exact copy of a Paris opera house and hosts operas, ballets, plays, and performances by the National Symphony Orchestra. Museums offer much to see including pre-Columbian artifacts at the Museo del Oro, gold, religious art, and colonial and archeological artifacts at Museo Nacional, and one of the America’s largest jade collections at the Museo de Jade.

Extend Your Experience

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HOTEL STAY

PANAMÁ CITY, PANAMÁ – BRISTOL HOTEL
2017 RATES: From $160

Intimate and upscale, the Bristol Hotel is a reflection of Panamá’s unique history, architecture, and dynamic art scene. A short walk away, explore craft markets in Old Panamá or Frank Gehry’s unmistakable Biodiversity Museum.

Summary

This hotel stopover package includes airport meet & greet; airport/hotel/vessel transfers, deluxe room accommodations; breakfast; and taxes & service fees. Children under 12 stay free sharing with adults.

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HOTEL STAY

San José, Costa Rica – Intercontinental Hotel
2017 RATES: From $195

A quick 20 minutes from the airport and just west of San José in chic Escazu, the Intercontinental is just steps from shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. Tours of the city, landmark buildings, and museums are easily accessible.

Summary

This hotel stopover package includes airport meet & greet; airport/hotel/vessel transfers; classic standard room accommodations; breakfast; and taxes & service fees.

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LAND PACKAGE

Arenal Volcano & Monteverde Rainforest Adventure
2017-2018 RATES: From $2,595

For cruises beginning in Costa Rica, explore Costa Rica's exotic interior by hike, canopy tour, and river raft—Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna, Monteverde, Selvatura Park—on this 5-night pre-cruise land extension.

5 nights

Summary

ITINERARY INCLUDES:

  • Meet & greet
  • Airport/hotel/vessel transfers
  • Baggage handling
  • Listed accommodations and meals
  • Tours and entrance fees as outlined in itinerary
  • Taxes

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Flights to/from home city
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Services and meals not listed in itinerary
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LAND PACKAGE

Arenal Volcano & Monteverde Rainforest Adventure
2017-2018 RATES: From $2,595

For cruises beginning in Panamá and ending in Costa Rica, explore Costa Rica's exotic interior by hike, canopy tour, and river raft—Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna, Monteverde, Selvatura Park—on this 5-night post-cruise land extension.

5 nights

Summary

ITINERARY INCLUDES:

  • Meet & greet
  • Airport/hotel/vessel transfers
  • Baggage handling
  • Listed accommodations and meals
  • Tours and entrance fees as outlined in itinerary
  • Taxes

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Flights to/from home city
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Services and meals not listed in itinerary

Vessels for this Itinerary

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Safari Voyager

Refurbished in 2016, the 62-guest Safari Voyager offers personal comforts, full uncompromising amenities, and upscale accommodations. Sights are revealed from the window-lined lounge with sweeping 270-degree views. Enjoy the vessel’s cozy library and elegant dining room, all outfitted with nautical décor. Ideally designed to spotlight the magnificent natural surroundings, the Safari Voyager features four public decks including a spacious upper sun deck.

An aft EZ Dock launch platform provides convenient access into and from the water for adventure activities. The vessel is outfitted with kayaks, paddle boards, inflatable skiffs, snorkel gear, and hiking poles. For rejuvenation and relaxation, guests can take advantage of our wellness program with fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage.

There are seven cabin categories aboard the Safari Voyager: Single; Master; Commander; Captain; Admiral; Jr. Commodore Suite; and Owner's Suite. Depending on the category, singles, doubles, or triples can be accommodated.

Common to all cabins are: wide panoramic view windows; individually controlled air conditioning; generous storage and closet space; desk and chair; iPod/MP3/MP4 docking stations; TV/DVD player; private bath with shower.

Destination: Costa Rica & Panamá

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  • 62 guests
  • 32 cabins
  • 29-31 crew members
  • 174 feet in length
  • 36 feet wide
  • Cruising speed of 9 knots
  • Built in 1982 by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, renovated in 2016
  • Registered in Saint Kitts
  • 2.2:1 Guest-to-crew ratio
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103-108
Queen or twin beds; desk and chair; view window; private bath with shower

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205-206, 209-212, 215-222
Queen or twin beds; desk and chair; view window; private bath with shower

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308, 310, 312
Fixed twin beds; desk and chair; view windows; private bath with rain shower

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307, 309
Queen or twin beds; desk and chair; view windows; private bath with shower; (youth-sized sofa bed for triple)

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201-204
Queen or twin beds; refrigerator; desk and chair; flat screen TV/DVD player; view window; private bath with large shower; (sofa bed for triple)

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Fixed queen bed; sitting area with wet bar; refrigerator; media center; large bow-facing view windows; jetted whirlpool tub; private bath with shower; (sofa bed for triple)

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207-208
Twin bed; desk and chair; view windows; private bath with shower