easyCruise One is setting sail on its newest itinerary, departing from Piraeus, Athens and travel ling to eleven different Greek islands. easyCruise One, having undergone recent refurbishments, will arrive in Greece with new and improved public spaces and additional outside cabins.
With a choice of 3-day, 4-day and 7-day itineraries that can be combined, travellers can customize their vacation to include anything from a quick weekend jaunt to a two-week vacation in paradise. From the party islands of Mykonos, Paros or Ios to the more untouched, tranquil destinations like Milos, Amorgos, Naxos, Folegandros, Serifos, and Sifnos there is something for everyone on easyCruiseOne’s newest itinerary!
With easyCruise One’s summer cruises selling fast, vacationers looking to book their Greek cruise should act now, or consider one of the Classical Greece itineraries beginning this fall. The Classical Greece itinerary, available beginning in October 2007 through March 2008, will take passengers on a tour of Ancient Greece, visiting some of the most amazing archaeological sites in the World. With the addition of the Classical Greece itinerary, travel lers will be able to experience the Acropolis by night, witness a Sounion sunset, and visit the historical sights of Mycenae, Nemea, Olympia and Delphi, all in a seven-night cruise!
Stelios Haji-Ioannou, easyCruise founder commented: “It has always been my plan to offer a Greek itinerary for easyCruise customers as I know personally how fantastic Athens and the surrounding islands are, both for their cultural background but also for their diversity. One day you can be totally relaxed on a beach on a tranquil island, the next you can be immersed in the bustle of city life. We have been overwhelmed by the interest in our itineraries and are very pleased with how well it has booked. We plan to announce our 2008 season in Greece very soon.”
With easy flight access from the US to Athens aboard Olympic Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Continental Airlines you can now book a two-week easyCruise Greece vacation, starting at $342 per person. The cost is based on double occupancy in an inside cabin.
To meet the increasing demand for the popular Greece itinerary, easyCruise One has added an additional twenty-one cabins with window between Decks 2 and 3, allowing the ship to carry 62 more passengers! The ship is also adding more to the on-board amenities to increase comfort for passengers. Near the lobby, travel lers will find increased lounge space, with more sofa seating and flat screen TV’s. For those looking to refresh and invigorate themselves during their vacation, easyCruise One’s “Wellness Zone” on Deck 6 is the ideal location, with an open-air, canopied treatment and fitness area and separate spa complete with sauna.
Arriving each day by lunchtime (around noon), you can stroll along some of the prettiest, untouched beaches, try the local delicacies in one of the many tavernas, discover the charm of the hillside villages or the bustle of Athens and of course, enjoy the stunning views of mountains, countryside and beaches including an experience which is rare with other cruise lines - watch the sunset from the island itself as the island comes alive, not while you're stuck out at sea!