Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines confirmed that its 929-passenger ship, Braemar, is scheduled to return to the Corinth Canal in September 2022 for a 3rd time, offering more guests the chance to experience the record-breaking sailing.
Fred Olsen’s cruise ship Braemar made history in October this year by becoming the largest vessel – at just under 186 metres long – to sail the 6.4-kilometre canal, which is just 24 metres wide at the narrowest point.
The cruise line unveiled its new Corinth Canal voyage in Autumn 2022 as the first preview itinerary from the forthcoming 2021-2022 cruise programme.
Braemar’s 26-night "Corinth Canal and Greek Islands Cruise" departs from Southampton UK on September 23, 2022. Prices start from GBP 4200 per person (double occupancy) and include stateroom, meals and entertainment onboard, plus port taxes.
Ports of call include Southampton, Malaga, Valletta, Agios Nikolaos, Rhodes, Ermoupoli, Corinth Canal, Patras (overnight stay), Katakolon, Argostoli, Strait of Messina, cruising by Stromboli, Trapani, Ibiza, Cartagena, Lisbon, Southampton.
For those who cannot wait until 2022, there is still availability on Braemar’s 2nd Corinth Canal sailing in Spring 2021, on a 25-night ‘Greek Islands & Corinth Canal’ voyage from Southampton UK on April 16, 2021.