Win a Greek isles sailing with Variety Cruises
By Katie McGonagle | 27 Oct 2022
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Variety Cruises was founded on a single, simple idea – to take a small boat and showcase the world through enriching adventures at sea.
Though it has grown since 1949, including a brand-new vision to create a better world on the open ocean, its mission remains the same.
With a new logo taking its inspiration from a compass – a symbol of Variety Cruises’ passion to go deeper into the destinations, the local culture, the cuisine and the communities it visits – and a new website, guests can find the perfect adventure for them.
Whether you’re into wellness, activity or food, there’s an itinerary to suit, including a Limited Collection that’s ideal for repeat visitors. Greece remains the company’s heartland, mooring up at the tiny ports other cruise lines can’t reach, but new destinations worldwide include Tahiti and French Polynesia, plus off-the-beaten-track regions of the Red Sea, West Africa and the Seychelles.
For those who want to travel with purpose, the Variety Cares non-profit arm has also been expanded, and €5 from each booking goes towards supporting projects promoting diversity, protecting our oceans or helping to build museums in West Africa.
Variety Cruises sets out to create a better world at sea, one cruise at a time – and if you would like the chance to experience the Variety lifestyle for yourself on an eight-day Jewels of the Cyclades small-boat sailing through the glorious Greek isles, simply answer this question before the competition closes on December 31, 2022.
You can also find out more about Variety Cruises from its UK office.
Terms and conditions:
The competition is open to adults aged 18 or over who are resident in the UK.
One entry per person. The prize is a Jewels of the Cyclades cruise with Variety Cruises for two people sharing one cabin, including accommodation, meals on board, and other inclusions as set out in your itinerary.
Valid for sailings on the vessel Galileo between May and August 2023.
Port charges, flights and personal expenses are excluded.