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  Cruise Code: CM113
Perla/Orient Queen
Departure Dates
for 2007:

April: 6, 13, 20, 27
May: 4, 11, 18, 25
June: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
July: 6, 13, 20, 27
August: 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
September: 7, 14, 21, 28
October: 5, 12, 19, 26
Day Port Arr Dep
Fri Piraeus - 18:00
Sat Istanbul 18:00 -
Sun Istanbul - 18:00
Mon Mykonos 15:00 24:00
Tue Patmos 07:00 10:30
Tue Kusandasi 14:30 20:30
Wed Rhodes 07:00 18:00
Thu Heraklion 07:00 12:00
Thu Santorini 17:00 21:00
Fri Piraeus 06:00 -
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Greek Islands & Turkey. 4 days.


On board the Perla/Orient Queen for a 7 day Cruise on the Aegean Sea taking you to Istanbul, Turkey; the crossroads between the continents of Europe and Asia, the fashionable Greek Island of Mykonos, Rhodes - known as the island in the sun, Patmos where St John wrote The Revelations and to Kusadasi in Turkey, where The Virgin Mary spent her final years. To Crete and the Minoan Palace of Knossos - the first civilisation in Europe of over 4,000 years ago and the volcanic island of Santorini that saw the fall of the Minoans.

Athens, Greece - Port of Piraeus
Despite the hustle and bustle of modem day Athens, reminders of her glorious past as the birthplace of Western Culture and Civilization are all around you. As you embark and disembark your Cruise ship, take time to absorb the wisdom of the goddess Athena and the nobility of this beautiful city.

Istanbul, Turkey - The Crossroads of Cultures
Istanbul is the city that spans the continents of Europe and Asia. The meeting place of West and East, a melting pot of cultures and faiths that enjoys a unique blend of architecture. The overnight stay and extensive tour selections will ensure you have every chance to see as much as possible of this wonderful city.

Mykonos, Greece - The Sunset Island
This windswept isle is the gem of the Cyclades, world renowned for its striking white homes, churches and windmills, pristine beaches and azure waters. Due to afternoon arrival, no tours are offered, giving you time to wander the maze of paths and alleys of this unique destination.

Patmos, Greece - The Monastery of St John
The Monastery of St. John dominates the skyline of Patmos and for many is the focus of their visit here. The tours take you to the Monastery and Grotto, where St. John wrote the Revelations. Alternatively, a scenic bus tour is a restful way to enjoy the tranquil surrounds of this beautiful island.

Kusadasi, Turkey - Ephesus
This busy port town is best known as the gateway to the magnificent ruins of Ephesus, one of the best preserved Greek/Roman cities in Asia Minor. The tour takes you to this archaic treasure, with an option to see the site of the home, where the Virgin Mary spent her last days.

Rhodes, Greece - The Island of Gods
Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese Islands, was fortified by the Knights of the Order of St. John in the 14th century and is rich in history and culture. Visit the beautiful village of Lindos and its famous Acropolis, or explore the streets of Rhodes, the Old Town and the restored monastery of Philerimos.

Crete, Greece - Heraklion & Knossos
Heraklion is the capital of Crete - the largest of the Greek islands and the birthplace of Zeus - king of the ancient gods. Visit the famous Minoan Palace of Knossos - discovered by archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans and experience this great culture and the Labyrinth of Theseus and the Minotaur legend.

Santorini, Greece - The Volcanic Island
History and nature combine to make this one of the most unforgettable places in the world. You have the chance to climb the slopes of the live volcano and swim in its hot springs, or to visit the beautiful village of Oia perched on the rim of the caldera offering panoramic views of breathtaking beauty.


Greek Islands & Turkey. 7 days.

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