VIDEO: Fred Olsen’s Braemar to repeat record-breaking Corinth Canal cruise in 2022

   February 21, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines’ ship Braemar is scheduled to return to the Corinth Canal in April 2022.

In October 2019, the 924-passenger ship broke the world record for being the largest vessel ever to traverse the 6,4-km-long Corinth Canal in Greece.

In April 2022, MS Braemar returns to the waterway (just 24 m wide at its narrowest point) in order to complete the feat again.

The 25-night "Corinth Canal and Ancient Greece" cruise is scheduled to depart roundtrip from Southampton UK on April 20, 2022. Prices start from GBP 5000 per person with double occpuancy.

Ports of call include Malaga, Milazzo, cruising by Stromboli, cruising Strait of Messina (Sicily), Katakolon, Argostoli (Kefalonia Island), cruising Corinth Canal, Ermoupoli (Syros Island), Piraeus (Athens), Rhodes, Agios Nikolaos, Valletta, Ibiza, Cartagena, Lisbon.

The cruise is already on sale.

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