Considered a boutique cruiser, the Callisto offers the highest standards of comfort, safety and atmosphere on the Central American seas. Relaunched in 2015, the boat is one of the smaller in our fleet, with a maximum passenger capacity of 34 … Read more
The 48-metre Galileo is a classic steel Motor Sailer, with spacious, well-appointed interiors and plenty of old-world charm. Galileo was launched in 1992, then rebuilt in 2007 and renovated in 2016. Guests can relax in the indoor lounge and elegant … Read more
With its sleek high-tech look and state-of-the-art engine technology, the Harmony G is similar to the private yachts found in the famous ports of the world. The 54-metre-long Mega Yacht was launched in January 2001, renovated in 2009-10, and then … Read more
With this ship, you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’ve stepped aboard a private yacht of the rich and famous. The Harmony V is a 55-metre (180-foot) Mega Yacht with a sleek, high-tech design. The ship was launched in 2009 and … Read more
The Ocean Endeavour is the ideal way to explore the Antarctic in comfort. It also has, on our new voyages starting in 2020, one crew member for every eight travellers. This outstanding crew-to-passenger ratio means a greater personal touch and … Read more
The Panorama offers the highest standard of accommodation, comfort and safety. Launched in 1993, the boat was rebuilt in 2001 and then renovated in 2014. The three-masted state-of-the-art Motor Sailer has performed several Atlantic Ocean crossings, including sailing from the … Read more
Launched 2004 and fully renovated in 2015, the Panorama II is your home on the seas. All cabins are finished with handsome wood trims and equipped with modern amenities – including air conditioning and mini-fridge – for your comfort. The … Read more
For the elegant cruise with regal class, climb aboard the Peregrine Dalmatia. The Peregrine Dalmatia was purpose-built in 2012 to cruise the Dalmatian Coast, so you know you’re in for a safe and comfortable trip through Croatian seas. Cruising on … Read more
For the elegant cruise with regal class, climb aboard the Peregrine Dalmatia.
The Peregrine Dalmatia was purpose-built in 2012 to cruise the Dalmatian Coast, so you know you’re in for a safe and comfortable trip through Croatian seas. Cruising on a small ship with only 30 other passengers means you’ll be able to hop on and off the boat right from the port. Every journey is accompanied by a friendly Croatian crew and Peregrine local leader who can share a wealth of knowledge about the area and help to steer you towards all the warmest waters. If swimming straight off the back of the boat isn’t for you, then you can always relax on the sundeck with a cool drink in hand.
The 40-metre (131-ft) Peregrine Dalmatia is able to accommodate 31 guests in 16 cabins. The upper deck is equipped with a barbeque area and onboard bar, providing the ideal place to watch those beautiful seaside sunsets. The sundeck above is there for when you want to pull up a lounge and catch some rays, but if you’re feeling more active, the snorkelling gear’s available for when we drop anchor.
Ship Profile & Stats
- Maiden Voyage: 2012
- Passenger Capacity (dbl): 31
- Sun Deck
- Barbeque Area
- Dining Area
- Free Wi-Fi