Singapore: The city of Singapore will be the home of the second Greek yacht voyage.
Singapore Tourism Organization (STO) and the Greek Embassy announced on Sunday that the sailing vessel Eurymedon will leave the port of Sibuya, Indonesia, on Monday, June 2.
The ship is scheduled to sail from Sibuyan port, Indonesia on Tuesday, June 3.
The cruise is a collaboration between STO and the Gaijin Marine Company, which is owned by the Greek Government.
The Greek Embassy in Singapore said in a statement that the ship will be sailing to the port city of Pangkalan Bun, Malaysia, on Tuesday June 4.STO said the ship is a “flagship vessel” and the journey to the South Pacific island of Java is one of the longest ocean cruises.
It is the only Greek ship to sail to the island.