Life on Board Circe
Join luxury Norwegian cutter Circe for endless sunshine, perfect sailing conditions and great food.
Circe has been restored with comfort in mind while maintaining her classic features to create bespoke, luxurious spaces for guests both above and below decks.
Believe it or not, you don’t need any experience to jump aboard Circe– just a lust for sailing in the sun. The professional crew love to share their knowledge with guests, showing them the ropes and feeling the wind power in the sails. They welcome as much or as little participation as you want – from hoisting the sails, taking the helm or simply sitting back with a book and a refreshingly cold beverage.
On deck, there is plenty of space for guests to relax with lounging cushions available to make the most of that Ionian sunshine. An admiralty ladder provides the perfect place to jump off into warm waters, have a swim and climb back aboard with ease. Circe also has two inflatable kayaks, snorkels and basic fishing gear for guests to use, included in the berth price. She even has authentic ships hammocks if you fancy a night beneath the stars.
Below decks, the companionway gives way to a generous saloon with ample cushioned seating and a galley fitted with all the mod-cons. Toward the fore, Circe has two luxury private double ensuite cabins with two further single bunks tucked into the guest passageway with their own storage spaces. There are two further berths available in the saloon when booking for private charter.
All food will be freshly-prepared onboard to the highest standard by Circe’s designated chef. Expect continental breakfasts, freshly baked bread, delicious lunches and exceptional dinners making use of the local produce on offer. All dietary requirements can be catered for and you’ll certainly be well taken care of after a day of sailing in the sunshine.
Having spent much of his life on the water, Tony and his crew love to show guests the hidden secrets of the coast of CorfuRead Tony Chancellor's Adventure Logs
Think, endless Mediterranean sunshine, perfect sailing conditions and great food onboard a beautifully restored classic boat.Read Circe's Adventure Logs
The History of
Originally built in Norway 1915, Circe has sailed all over the world and now resides in the warm waters of Corfu.Read more