Sea Cloud Ship Review
When it was built for Post Cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post in 1931, the Sea Cloud was the world's largest yacht. Since being leased by the U.S. government for $1 a year during World War II, the ship has been refurbished and changed hands many times. The Sea Cloud now carries 64 passengers and is fine style and is popular for private charters with many museum and alumni groups.
Sea Cloud 7 Night Mediterranean Cruise Schedule & Itinerary
Location/ Port of Call
| ||Depart from Valletta, Malta|
|1||Argostolion, Kefalonia Island, Ionian Islands, Greece|
|4||Syros, Syros Island, Cyclades Islands, Greece|
|5||Patmos, Patmos Island, Dodekanesos Islands, Greece|
| ||Arrive at Kusadasi, Turkey|
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