Louis Cruises Adjusts Two Upcoming Cruise Itineraries

Due to the current political unrest in Egypt and Tunisia, Louis Cruises has revised its itineraries for the upcoming 12-night "Eastern Mediterranean Highlights" cruise and the 8-night "Tunis, Malta, Italy" cruise aboard the Louis Majesty.

For the "Eastern Mediterranean Highlights" cruise departing on February 20 from Genoa or February 21 from Marseilles, the ports of Alexandria and Port Said in Egypt will be replaced by the Greek ports of Katakolon and Nafplion. The eight-night "Tunis, Malta, Italy" sailing that departs on March 4 from Genoa or March 5th from Marseilles, will replace the Tunis port of call with Katakolon.

Louis Cruises’ itineraries can be booked through most major tour operators in the U.S. and Canada that pay commissions to travel agents. For further information to receive a list of tour operators selling Louis Cruises programs, or to order the company’s brochure visit www.louiscruises.com.


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