EasyCruise is going to grow next summer, actually almost tripling in size, by adding a second ship more than twice the size of its first. The line has acquired the 1981-built The Jasmine (currently sailing as Farah) and will remodel it to its needs. They will place it into service next spring on a new 7-day itinerary that will take it to Greece and Turkey.
What's as interesting as its new itinerary is the way the easyCruise concept has quietly changed and evolved with little fanfare.
Details were in today's edition of Cruise News Daily.