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UK to Eastern Med (Grimaldi)

Southampton (Europe) - Southampton *circular Euro Aegean * (Europe)

Approx 28 Nights, From only €2470pp

Port rotation: 

Southampton - Flushing - Antwerp - Bristol - Setubal - Valencia - Livorno - Civitavecchia - Salerno - Piraeus - Gemlik - Yeniköy - Salerno - Valencia -  Southampton

 Vessel facilities:

 

Ro-ro multipurpose vessel 37,200 GT.  Passenger lou

Grimaldi

The Grimaldi Group, an Italian company founded in 1947, is a world leader in the transport of cars and ro/ro cargo.  With a fleet of 34 multipurpose ro-ro vessels, it operates one of the largest and most modern fleets of its kind.

Grimaldi Lines has been carrying passengers for over 60 years, first with transatlantic voyages and then with Mediterranean cruises.  Since 1989, it also offers unique voyages aboard its modern fleet of cargo vessels on routes that serve over 100 ports in 40 countries of Southern and Northern Europe, Middle East, West Africa and South America.

Grimaldi Fleet

Grande Italia class (9 vessels): 37,712 GT / 2 cabins

Grande Europa class (3 vessels): 51,714 GT / 6 cabins

Grande Ellade class (2 vessels): 52,485 GT / 6 cabins

Rep. del Brasile class (2 vessels): 51,925 GT / 6 cabins

Grande Africa class (10 vessels): 56,650 GT / 6 cabins

Age limit: on reaching 85th birthday

* Maximum passenger age - 84 years old upon return.

28 Nights | Southampton (Europe) - Southampton *circular Euro Aegean * (Europe) | €2470pp (2 Sharing)

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