Life on the Ocean Waves
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Artemis Braemar Arcadia
Nautical miles sailed to date
The Aegean and Adriatic Seas
Clicking on the small maps below will open a full-size map (1024 x 768) in its own window, on which I have drawn the route each ship took. For clarity, I have listed the ports of call on each voyage separately, along with their geographical co-ordinates (latitude and longitude.)
Small map of the Aegean and Adriatic
Ship: Norwegian Crown, 10-16 June 2003 Athens, Greece: 37º 59' N, 23º 43' E Kusadasi, Turkey: 37º 51' N, 27º 14' E Istanbul, Turkey: 41º 01' N, 28º 57' E Mykonos, Greece: 37º 27' N, 25º 19' E Dubrovnik, Croatia: 42º 39' N, 18º 05' E Venice, Italy: 45º 26' N, 12º 18' E We followed this cruise with an overnight journey from Venice to London on the Venice-Simplon Orient Express.
Small map of the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic Seas
Ship: Queen Victoria 6-20 October 2018 Civitavecchia, Italy: 42º 09' N, 11º 45' E Corfu, Greece: 39º 37' N, 19º 55' E Split, Croatia: 43º 30' N, 16º 26' E Piran, Slovenia: 45º 31' N, 13º 35' E Venice, Italy: 45º 26' N, 12º 18' E Rijeka, Croatia: 45º 19' N, 14º 26' E Dubrovnik, Croatia: 42º 39' N, 18º 05' E Kotor, Montenegro: 45º 28' N, 18º 46' E Naples, Italy 40º 55' N, 14º 12' E Civitavecchia, Italy: 42º 09' N, 11º 45' E
St Mark’s Campanile and the Doge’s Palace, Venice.