German tour giants TUI and Aida are planning to kick-off their 2021 Mediterranean season in Greece in mid-May.
TUI Cruises will commence Greek isle cruises on May 13, and specifically from Crete, with one route being Rhodes-Piraeus-Hania, and the other Corfu-Katakolo-Piraeus.
Aida Cruises, which will begin booking on April 20, will commence its cruises on May 23, with seven-day itineraries commencing from the Ionian island of Corfu, and with stops on Crete, Rhodes, Katakolo (the nearest harbor to ancient Olympia in southwest Greece) and Piraeus.
At present, both tour operators are requesting a negative molecular test result for Covid-19 before a passenger can embark, with regular tests available during the cruise itself.
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