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Greek Cruise Operator Celestyal Cruises Suspends All Voyages until July 30

ATHENS – Greek cruise operator Celestyal Cruises on Tuesday announced the suspension of its cruises until July 30.

The Greek company cited ongoing travel restrictions and the temporary inability to reach closed ports in the areas where the company operates as the reasons for its decision.

"We will continue to monitor the restarting of tourism in Greece and especially the arrival of tourists from abroad, while the company will also work closely with Greek authorities to develop improved health and safety protocols," Celestyal Cruises said in a statement.

 

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