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Minoan Lines Changes Itineraries Due to May 1 Strike

Ferry company Minoan Lines on Friday announced that it will amend the itineraries on the Heraklion – Piraeus and Patras – Igoumenitsa – Ancona/Venice lines on Tuesday, May 1, due to a 24-hour strike by the Panhellenic Seamen’s Association (PNO).

The strike will run on Tuesday from 00:01 to 24:00.

Domestic Line

– Heraklion-Piraeus (H/S/F Festos Palace)
The Festos Palace vessel will depart on May 1 at 21:30 from the port of Heraklion.

– Piraeus-Heraklion (H/S/F Knossos Palace)
The Knossos Palace vessel will depart on May 1 as soon as permission is given from the port of Piraeus.

All passengers and truck drivers are advised to be at the port of Piraeus at 21:00.

Adriatic Lines

– Patras–Igoumenitsa–Ancona (Cruise Olympia)
Cruise Olympia will sail from Patras on May 2 at 00:00 bound to Ancona via Igoumenitsa (Departure from Igoumenitsa is May 2 at 06:00).

Cruise Olympia will skip the call in Venice.

– Venice–Ancona–Igoumenitsa–Patras (Cruise Europa)
Cruise Europa will sail from Venice on May 2 at 04:30 and from Ancona on May at 14:00 bound to Patras via Igoumenitsa.

– Ancona–Igoumenitsa–Patras (Cruise Olympia)
Cruise Olympia will sail from Ancona bound to Patras via Igoumenitsa on May 3 at 14:00.

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