- 49 guests
- year built
- crew members
- 177 feet
- 39 feet
- 16 feet
- cruising speed
- 10 knots
Discover the three-masted motorsailer Panorama, which can accommodate up to 49 passengers in 24 cabins. This state-of-the-art motorsailer has completed several Atlantic Ocean crossings and has sailed from the Seychelles to Monte Carlo and from the Black Sea to Tunis. Panorama boasts being one of the largest Greece-based megayachts available for charter.
AdventureSmith Explorations’ Panorama review includes a detailed description of the small ship including deck plans and a photo gallery. Our small ship cruise experts have been aboard the Panorama firsthand. Please read our Panorama review below then contact our small ship cruise experts to compare the Panorama with other small cruise ships sailing Mediterranean cruises.
The Panorama lives up to her name with sweeping sight lines from two upper decks. Soak up some rays from a lounge chair on her teak decks. When the weather permits, appreciate the elegance of the Panorama’s full sails. While not a luxury cruiser, the Panorama is warmly decorated with gold and wooden interiors and she is sure to charm.
Common Areas Aboard Panorama
During the day, life on board the Panorama centers around the outdoor areas: the two bars and the Sun Deck with a sitting area to relax and enjoy unobstructed views, bask under the sun, read a good book or just gaze at the scenery. In the evening relax in one of the ship’s two lounges or the mini library and have a drink while you listen to the piano music or watch a nightly film. The swimming platform on the Panorama’s stern enables swimming in the sea at secluded bays and beautiful uninhabited islands when weather and anchorage conditions permit. Meet the officers and captain to learn about the Panorama’s navigation aboard the open bridge. Wi-Fi is available at an extra cost.
Dining Aboard Panorama
The classy dining room is surrounded by large windows that provide beautiful views of the ports of call. All passengers are accommodated in a single, unassigned seating. Breakfast and lunch are served on the state-of-the art hot & cold buffet, which also includes an “a la minute cooking” section. For dinner, enjoy an elegant five-course meal with options for meat or fish. Vegetarian and diabetic-sensitive fare can be accommodated when requested in advance. A wide variety of dishes, both international and locally inspired, are created by the onboard chef. Filtered coffee, tea and water are available all day and water will be served with dinner.
Activities Aboard Panorama
When weather permits, indulge in a swim off the swimming platform at the back of the boat. Snorkel gear is available for those curious about what lies under the water’s surface. Paddlers can opt to go kayaking as well. Comfy beach towels and inviting board games await back on board.
Cabins & Deck Plan Aboard Panorama
The Panorama cabins are located on all three decks and are finished with wooden furniture and light fabrics. Cabins on the Upper and Main Decks are equipped with windows while cabins on the Lower Deck have portholes. The fully-equipped bathrooms are finished with marble or Corian. All cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with flat-screen TV, telephone (for internal use), hairdryers, mini-fridge, piped-in music via the public address system, 220v electrical outlets and safe boxes.