Louis Cruises Adjusts Itineraries

After re-evaluating developments in Egypt, Louis Cruises is revising upcoming cruise itineraries aboard the Louis Majesty and the Louis Cristal.

On Louis Majesty's 12-night "Eastern Mediterranean Highlights" cruise, departing March 12 from Genoa, Italy, the line is replacing Port Said and Alexandria in Egypt with calls at Katakolon and Nafplion in Greece. It's also replacing the port of Ashdod with Haifa in Israel.
On Louis Cristal's seven-night "Three Continents & Istanbul" sailing departing Athens, Greece on April 8 and April 22, the line is replacing Port Said and Alexandria with Limassol, Cypress and Santorini, Greece.

Louis Cruises' itineraries are booked through most major tour operators in the U.S. and Canada that pay commissions to travel agents.

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