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Norwegian Cruise Line is getting ready to take on Greece.
The commercial cruise line announced it will start sailing to the Mediterranean country once more, according to a press release issued Monday.
Customers can expect to see available bookings to Greece on the Norwegian Jade, a ship that joined Norwegian’s fleet in 2006.
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The first "Greek Isles" voyage is scheduled to sail from Athens on Aug. 29 and return of Sept. 5, according to current booking information on Norwegian’s website. The seven-day cruise will stop at seven ports of call, including Heraklion, Rhodes, Mykonos, Olympia, Corfu, Santorini and Athens.