Fred Olsen Launches Second Corinth Canal Sailing

By ,   November 21, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen is offering its passengers the opportunity to relive history in 2021. The cruise line launches its 2nd Corinth Canal sailing, with the cruise company set to break a world record with the inaugural sailing of the Corinth Canal in 2019.

Next year, line's 924-passenger ms Braemar is due to break the world record for the longest ship ever to traverse Greece's Corinth Canal as the ship embarks on a sold-out voyage around the Greek Islands. Fred Olsen is offering travelers a second chance to experience the occasion by launching its 2nd ‘Greek Islands & Corinth Canal’ cruise well in advance of its 2020-2021 cruise program being released.

Port of Corinth Canal (Greece)

Details of Fred Olsen’s 2nd ‘Corinth Canal’ sailing include:

  • 25-night M2109 ‘Greek Islands & Corinth Canal’ cruise aboard Braemar, ex Southampton, UK, on April 16, 2021. Prices start from GBP 3,999 per person (based on two adults sharing a twin-bedded Inside Room, including accommodation, all meals, entertainment, and port taxes).
  • Ports of call: Southampton UK, Malaga, Valletta, Agios Nikolaos, Rhodes, Ermoupoli, Cruising Corinth Canal, Patras, Katakolon, Argostoli, Cruising Strait of Messina, Cruising by Stromboli, Trapani, Ibiza, Cartagena, Lisbon, Southampton, UK.