Turkish delight for Concordia

//Turkish delight for Concordia
Passengers on Costa Concordia (above) were expecting to tour the Greek island of Rhodes yesterday but ended up in Turkey instead.
Strong winds prevented the cruise ship from entering Rhodes harbour, so she was diverted to the sheltered port of Marmaris, 26 miles away.
It might have been an unexpected visit, but Turkish port officials still had time to organise the presentation of a hand-painted plate to the captain to mark the ship’s inaugural call.

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:49+00:00 16 January 2009|Cruise Destinations|0 Comments

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