How about a relaxing holiday while sailing the Greek seas and other destinations in the Mediterranean?
Here below follows a selection of cruises in Greece & the East Mediterranean for the year 2020 operated by different cruise companies.
Enjoy the affordable luxury of a cruise onboard a comfortable “floating hotel” and visit the Greek islands (Santorini, Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes, Patmos, Paros and more), Nafplio, Monemvasia, Kusadasi (Ephessos)…
They are operated by vessels of approx. 400 or approx. 700 cabins. Their main itineraries start from Athens (Piraeus port) but one can embark/disembark these cruises at other ports of call as well. The 3-day cruise departs on Friday while the 4-day and the 7-day ones depart on Monday.
Departing on Fridays, 3-day cruises are a splendid idea for the weekend:
A long weekend escape to four of the most famous Greek islands in the Aegean Sea combined with Kusadasi (ancient Ephesus) in Turkey. An ideal cruise for first time visitors who do not have many days at their disposal but do not want to miss out a visit to world-wide top island destinations.
2020: Mar., Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.
A 4-day cruise is the most effective and relaxed way of week-days long island-hopping in the Greek islands; it may also be well combined with a couple of overnights on Santorini, the last port of call before returning to Piraeus:
This cruise combines some all time classic destinations with some new, fascinating ones in a balanced and well-paced itinerary. It offers long stays at most ports of call, thus allowing time for exploration without stress.
2020: Apr., May, Oct.
Small ship cruises:
Small cruise ships offer a more casual atmosphere and personalized service. The itineraries offered are an attractive mixture of the most famous Greek islands with some less known ones.
7-day cruises on small ships (max. 25-26 cabins) to well known destinations as well as to unique and more off-the-beaten-path ports of call.
A spectacular circumnavigation of the historic Peloponnese (Peloponnesos) & continental Greece on board the 51 passenger motor sailer “Galileo”; the wonders of Antiquity and Byzantium around the coast of the Peloponnese.