Greece reopens 6 ports to cruise ships


A ferry docked at the port of Piraeus in Greece more than three months ago. While Greece today reopened six of its main ports to cruise ships, no ships are expected before three weeks. – EPA pic, August 1, 2020.

GREECE today reopened six of its main ports to cruise ships for the first time in the coronavirus-shortened tourism season, but no ships are expected before three weeks. 

In a letter to the Cruise Lines International Association and three major cruise operators early this week, Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said the ports of Piraeus in Athens, Rhodes, Iraklio, Volos, Corfu and Katakolo would accept passengers, state agency ANA reported.


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