Azamara, a shipping operator that Royal Caribbean Group recently sold for US$201 million to private equity firm Sycamore Partners, announced that Azamara Quest will return to the seas of Greece starting 28th August.
The cruise ship will sail five times in a row on the Country Intensive Cruise and one classic Mediterranean cruise. The voyages will each last seven days, including stops at the ports of Santorini, Rhodes, and Heraklion.
“There is no better way to get back to work than in the country Azamara is best known for, Greece. Our return to sailing is also thanks to the support of the Honorable Minister Harry Theoharis, the local government, and the local port authorities,” said Carol Cabezas, President of Azamara.
Booking tickets for the cruise in Greece will open on 11th May and conditions for COVID-19-free are a top priority for all guests. The Greek government fully supports the return of the line for sailing on the Aegean Waters and is confident all guests will have a unique experience.