Celestyal Cruises returns to operation in the Mediterranean | News

Celestyal Cruises has resumed operations with a seven-night time Idyllic Aegean itinerary on Celestyal Crystal.

The Greek island itinerary set sail on a spherical excursion from Athens with calls in Kusadasi, Rhodes, Santorini, Lavrion, Mykonos, Milos and Crete.

“Following a most tricky and hard yr, we are beyond thrilled to be welcoming company again onboard this summer on our most well-liked, signature Greek island itinerary, the Idyllic Aegean. 

“This was no little undertaking and is thanks to the unwavering devotion and unified teamwork of the Celestyal staff, both equally shoreside and onboard, as very well as the aid from our strategic companions, both equally huge and smaller. 

“We are all energized to be welcoming attendees again onboard to encounter our award-profitable, warm and genuine Greek hospitality that only Celestyal can produce and to coming back again stronger than at any time,” stated Celestyal Cruises chief govt, Chris Theophilides.

The commence of the summer year will be adopted by the deployment of Celestyal Olympia, which will established sail on June 28th on a new, seven-night Famous Archipelago itinerary.

“It is with fantastic delight for all of us doing work in the Greek tourism business that we see the return of Celestyal ships to the Greek seas this summertime,” claimed Greece minister of tourism, Harry Theoharis.

“The resumption of cruising below our new health and protection suggestions – and the strong commitment to Greece from the cruise sector at large – is further more proof of how resilient Greece is and how rapidly we can convey again a sense of normality, just in time for the summer season journey period.”

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