Sailing the Corinth Canal with Fred. Olsen – Fred. Olsen is offering guests the chance to relive history in 2021 as it launches its second sailing of the Corinth Canal, with the cruise line set to break a world record with its inaugural Corinth Canal sailing this year.
The 924-passenger Braemar is set to break the world record for the longest ship ever to traverse the Corinth Canal in Greece as the ship embarks on a sold-out cruise around the stunning Greek Islands.
Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service, said: “This is set to be such an exciting sailing in 2019 – and indeed a milestone in our history. We have already had an exceptionally high amount of interest in future Corinth Canal cruises, with our first sailing already sold-out, so I would urge anyone wishing to join us on this venture to book at the earliest possible opportunity.”
Full details of Fred. Olsen’s second ‘Corinth Canal’ sailing are as follows:
Braemar’s 25-night M2109 ‘Greek Islands & Corinth Canal’ cruise, ex Southampton, UK, on 16th April 2021. Prices start from £3,999 per person.
Ports of call: Southampton, UK – Malaga, Andalusia, Spain – Valletta, Malta – Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece – Rhodes, Greece – Ermoupoli, Syros, Greece – Cruising Corinth Canal – Patras, Greece (overnight stay) – Katakolon, Greece – Argostoli, Kefalonia, Greece – Cruising Strait of Messina – Cruising by Stromboli – Trapani, Sicily, Italy – Ibiza, Spain – Cartagena, Spain – Lisbon, Portugal – Southampton, UK
The price shown is based on two adults sharing a twin-bedded Interior Room, and includes accommodation, all meals and entertainment, plus port taxes.
For further information on Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, visit the website at www.fredolsencruises.com