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A classic vessel which was originally built in 1963. Since then, the ship has had a major refurbishment which has left it with beautiful classic lines and enhanced the comfort of the cabins and communal areas. Callisto has one of the smallest capacities at just 34 guests. Passenger to crew ratio is 2:1, so service is highly personalized.



Callisto’s small capacity makes it an ideal choice for adults looking for social aspects on their cruise. Cabins are economical and make a fantastic base for exploring the Adriatic coastline. The ship’s interior is finished in a classic style. Enjoy amazing views as you dine in the wood-paneled dining room, located at the front of the upper deck.


There are four types of cabins available on the Callisto. Category A and Category P are slightly larger and have picture windows. Those located at the bow have queen beds whilst the others of this category have immovable twin configurations.

B and C category cabins are located on the lower decks and feature porthole windows and twin beds.

All cabins have individually controlled AC, marble ensuite bathrooms with showers, TV, telephone (for internal use), hairdryers, mini-fridge, public address system, and safe deposit boxes.

Facilities & Public Areas

Communal areas include the sun deck, dining room, and lounge/bar area. The panoramic windows of the lounge and bar windows offer beautiful views of the passing islands. This area also leads to the outdoor dining area. There is a charming art gallery that links the lounge and restaurant. The sun deck has several deck chairs for guests to enjoy as well as a swimming platform to easily get in and out of the azure sea.