34 passengers


16-18 members

Year of built



10.00 kn


52.00 m


8.47 m



Decks with cabins


Last Refurbishment


In Greek mythology, Callisto or Kallisto was a nymph of Lycaon. The name Callisto means the "most beautiful". Callisto vessel remains true to her name: Elegant, charming and classic!

Callisto Ship
Callisto Ship
Callisto Ship

Fully refitted before her 2000 re-launch, renovated between March and July 2015 and offering 17 finely appointed outside cab - ins for just 34 guests, Callisto complies with the latest SOLAS regulations – safety at sea – for International Voyages and state of the art stabilizers allow for safe and comfortable voyages.

The yacht’s public areas, including the dining room, a spacious lounge and bar - both surrounded by picture windows - , are homely and generous, decorated with rich fabrics, handsome woodwork, gleaming brass and fine works of art. Life on board centers around the indoor and outdoor lounges and the library, with its wraparound windows which provide the perfect environment for relaxation. The yacht two sun decks offer generous spaces for sunbathing and a swimming platform allows for easy and safe swimming off the ship when in sheltered bays. All 17 exterior cabins resemble guest rooms in a fine home - beautifully furnished, comfortably arranged, and complete with the amenities one would expect from a thoughtful host: large windows (portholes on Daphne Deck), twin or double beds, generous storage space, climate control, minirefrigerator, safe, telephone, TV, DVD/CD player, and marble bathroom with shower. Wi-Fi is available in the cabins and throughout the ship.

Callisto Ship
Callisto Ship


WI-FI (available at a charge)

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