Louis Cruises is unveiling an entire array of new and enhanced cruise itineraries that commence sailings in spring of 2010 including three programs aboard the newly introduced Louis Majesty departing from Genoa, Italy and three cruise vacations onboard the Louis Cristal, Orient Queen and Coral.
The new programs -- all depart and return from Genoa visiting ports of call throughout the Western Mediterranean -- that Louis Majesty will be operating include:
7-day Mediterranean Highlights – visiting the ports of Marseilles, Port Mahon (Menorca), Tunis, La Valletta (Malta), and Trapani (Sicily)
8-day Spanish Odyssey & Tangier – calling at Marseilles, Mallorca, Almeria, Malaga, Tangier, Ibiza, and Barcelona
9-day Italy, Greece, Ionian Islands & Albania – sailing to Marseilles, Sardinia (Olbia), Sicily (Messina), Katakolon, Zante, Corinthos (Athens), Saranda (in Albania) and Corfu
Travel agents can register online at www.louiscruises.com to access SMART RATES for the company’s Western Mediterranean cruise programs and book the above detailed programs for their clients.
Louis Cruises is also introducing the following new programs:
7-day Three Continents – a captivating voyage onboard the Louis Cristal visiting intriguing destinations along Europe, Asia and Africa. This to adventure takes you to explore cities and villages in Greece, Egypt, Israel, the Greek Islands, and Turkey -- beginning and concluding in Athens.
10-day Adriatic Coast, Italy and the Ionian – cruise program aboard the Orient Queen sails round-trip from Marseilles and offers travelers the opportunity to experience eight breathtaking villages and cities in Italy, Montenegro, Croatia, and Greece.
10-day Corinth Canal, Greek Islands, Istanbul – Onboard Louis Cruises’ Coral, guests will revel in the itinerary that embarks in a choice of either Marseilles or Genoa then navigates along to Olympia and Santorini in Greece, Istanbul in Turkey, next on to Mykonos and Athens in Greece, before sailing through the Corinth Canal, and then visits Sicily in Italy and Corsica in France, and returning to Marseilles.