The Mediterranean Route, A Week-long Cruise For Digital Nomads


Larnaca, Cyprus–European Cruise Line company Nomad Cruise is scheduled to restart its services this May after a three-year hiatus with a voyage from Savona, Italy.

The Mediterranean Route, set to commence on May 28, is designed to host digital nomads, remote workers, and entrepreneurs on a cruise tour, which focuses on conducting social, professional, and personal workshops and events.

The seven-day cruise will take travelers around the boot-shaped peninsula nation, make a few stops in Greece and conclude in Taranto, Southern Italy.

“We call it a conference because we’re bringing amazing people together,” said Johannes Voelkner, Founder of Nomad Cruises, in a report, adding that fellow nomads would run the cruise experience entirely.

The itinerary of the upcoming nomad gathering includes a diverse range of sessions and workshops led by accomplished professionals. Topics covered will include online marketing, entrepreneurship, and personal development.

According to Voelkner, the Nomad Cruise is about networking and learning, having fun, and creating unforgettable memories.

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“We want to create an experience that people will never forget,” he said in the report, adding that the company aimed to inspire, empower, and help their customers make new friends from around the world.

Tickets for Mediterranean Route may cost between $960 and $1390, depending on the type of cabin the passenger selects. Mentioned prices include accommodation, meals, and access to all workshops, talks, and social events.

Nomad Cruise is the brainchild of Johannes Voelkner, a digital nomad who wanted to create an on-sea platform for like-minded individuals to connect, network, and learn from one another while enjoying a one-of-a-kind experience.

The cruise line was established in 2015 and has hosted over 1,500 passengers since. The company has garnered many positive reviews from its customers, who valued the opportunity to connect with other digital nomads and remote workers while voyaging the high seas.


Victor Utomi
Victor Utomi
Victor is passionate about aviation, travel, nature, and crypto. He constantly explores new ideas and pushes the boundaries of what's possible. Whether he is reporting on the latest developments in the aviation industry, writing about adventures in exotic locales, advocating for environmental sustainability, or delving into the world of digital currencies, he is constantly seeking new challenges and opportunities for growth and inspiring others to do the same.


  1. Wow this looks awesome Victor.

    I am typing these words from the airport in Istanbul after spending 2 months on the Mediterranean Coast in Turkey. We enjoyed the Turkish Riviera, or, the Turquoise Coast. What a neat feel to it. Exclusive, yes, but it is quite cheap. Especially when you travel there during low season.

    I imagine these cruise would be brilliant for digital nomads. One week sounds about right. I also dig the idea of personal meet-ups for digital nomads, freelancers and the like. We are a growing tribe. Getting out and about to meet and greet fellow digital nomads makes sense.

    I just happen to do it cyber style through blog comments. 🙂



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