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The Arion underwent a complete refurbishment in 2000, updating the interiors, to create a warm inviting atmosphere throughout its public areas and passenger cabins. The Arion accommodates up to 320 passengers on her five decks and her on board facilities include a swimming pool and spacious sun deck, a beauty salon, a restaurant serving high quality cuisine and three lounge bars, all designed to make your cruise comfortable and enjoyable.



A small cruise yacht, the Arion is large enough to accommodate 320 passengers in spacious, comfort surroundings, yet small enough to sail to some of the more, often off-limits ports.

Her modern, casual style brings light, subtle, soft colors and décor to the public spaces and cosy passenger cabins. With five decks, the Arion offers a reception, main saloon, single-sitting restaurant, lounges and bars, an extensive sundeck complete with a swimming pool and lounge chairs, and onboard shops. Three meals are served daily in the dining room and include a traditional English breakfast; fresh pasta, light salads and international cuisine for lunch; and a carefully crafted dinner menu.

You will have a variety of entertainment options during your stay as excursions are offered in every port, and films are played onboard each night. Casual, comfortable attire is recommended for daywear. The Captain’s Dinner calls for more formal attire, and for some evening events elegant but not overly formal attire is suggested.

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