Cruise Ships to/from Turkey

Last Updated on April 25, 2019

You can take a cruise to or from Turkey through the Eastern Mediterranean stopping at ports in Italy, Greeceand Turkey.

What a way to relax!

Experienced staff provide for your every need, the food is fine, the weather equally so.

Turkish ports of call are Istanbuland Kuşadası (for Ephesus).

<—Anker Travel can make all of your travel arrangements both for cruises and for any land excursions, tours, hotels or other travel services you may want in Turkey and Greece. They’re experts on both countries. More…


11-day Cruises from Genoa, Italy

MCS Cruises stop at Naples (Italy); Piraeus/Athens (Greece); Yalta/Crimea and Odessa (Ukraine); Istanbull (Turkey); Catania/Sicily and Capri (Italy), and back to Genoa.

SUMMER CRUISING SEASON (late April through late October)

7-Day Cruises from Venice, Italy

MCS Cruises (7 days, from Venice) stop at Bari (Italy),Katakolon (Olympia, Greece), Kuşadası (Ephesus) and Istanbul (Turkey), Dubrovnik (Croatia), and back to Venice.

10-Day Cruises from Genoa, Italy

MCS Cruises (10 days, from Genoa)

11-Day Cruises from Rome, Italy

Celebrity Cruises start from Civitavecchia (the port of Rome) and stop at Mykonos, Rhodes and Santorini (Greece); Istanbul and Kuşadası (Ephesus, Turkey); Piraeus (Athens, Greece); Naples (Italy), and back to Rome.


11-Day Cruises from Genoa

MCS Cruises stops at Naples (Italy), Alexandria (Egypt), Rhodes (Greece), Kuşadası (Ephesus, Turkey), Messina/Sicily and Capri (Italy), and back to Genoa.

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