The second ship in the easyCruise fleet was finally launched on Saturday, May 17 from Piraeus, Greece. easyCruise Life’s maiden voyage was delayed due to labor issues at a Greek shipyard where the 1981-built vessel was undergoing major renovations.
easyCruise Life is considerably larger than 216-passenger easyCruise One The newer ship carries 498 passengers, double occupancy, and has a total capacity of 600. Life is also a little easier on the eyes. Yes, the famous “easy” orange livery is still there; however, it’s less pervasive with the vessel’s gray hull and less flamboyant interior. The 20 million euro upgrade includes larger staterooms and upgraded restaurants.
Life will sail 7-day itineraries in Greece and Turkey that will run until October 11; then the ship will transition to Greek Island-only sailings.
Visit the easyCruise Website for more information.