Cruise Dialysis

Izmir to Istanbul onboard Europa2 10 June 2017

All the promises of a yacht and the serenity of a small resort: onboard the Europa2, you can enjoy the highest level of...

All the promises of a yacht and the serenity of a small resort: onboard the Europa2, you can enjoy the highest level of service and enjoyment.  This is a truly special ship offering the highest level of casual luxury and a maximum of 500 guests. The ship has been awarded the coveted distinction of 5-stars-plus by the Berlitz Cruise Guide 2016.

The EUROPA2 combines wonderful service with special moments and relaxation, giving you the freedom to make your dreams come true – in style, unforced and personal.

The EUROPA2 continues to raise the bar offering 2017 itineraries with diverse routes, exciting regions, events and great moments to turn every cruise into an unforgettable memory.

All accommodation onboard the Europa 2 comprises of Suites with Balcony.


Sat, 10.06.2017

Piraeus (Athens)/Greece, departure 19.00 hrs

Your cruise on the EUROPA 2 starts today.

Sun, 11.06.2017

Rhodes/Dodecanese/Greece, 13.00 – 21.00 hrs

Stroll around the medieval old town and ride through the idyllic countryside*. Take in spectacular views from the acropolis of Lindos* situated 116 m (380 ft) above the town on a hike up Profitis Ilias*. Or our travel concierge’s recommendation: an aerial tour in a Cessna* over the Aegean Islands including Simi, Tilos and Halki.

Good catch.
Enjoy freshly caught fish and seafood at a cookery class* for gourmets on Rhodes.

Mon, 12.06.2017

Agios Nikolaos/Crete/Greece, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

Charming settings: Lake Voulismeni lies in the heart of the former fishing village of Agios Nikolaos. Nearby lie the artefacts of the Minoan culture in the legendary Palace of Knossos*. Alternatively, take an off-road vehicle* into the hinterlands or kayak* to the unmissable island fortress of Spinalonga.

Tue, 13.06.2017

Thira/Santorini/Cyclades/Greece, 8.00 – 23.00 hrs

This island is quintessentially Greek like no other. Black volcanic rock juts out of the sea and 300 m (984 ft) into the air to make for a fascinating contrast to the gleaming white houses. Discover the original Santorini in the winding alleys of Megalochori* and Pyrgos*, or enjoy unique views of the coast on a catamaran ride around the caldera*.

Wed, 14.06.2017

Alyki/Paros/Cyclades/Greece, 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

With impressive views around every corner, Paros is Greece in miniature. Famous for its marble, the island is home to whitewashed houses, arcades, picturesque churches and villages built using traditional architecture. Two potential highlights: an island tour* to Lefkes and Naoussa or a wine-tasting session in Parikia*.

Thu, 15.06.2017

Skiathos/Sporades/Greece , 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

With cafes, bars and shops, the port of Skiathos town welcomes you with its lively atmosphere. On the island proper, relax by doing whatever you want surrounded by spectacular vistas, be it bathing on long, sandy beaches or hiking in pine forests.

Fri, 16.06.2017

Passage through the Dardanelles, 16.00 – 20.00 hrs

Sat, 17.06.2017

Istanbul/Turkey, arrival 7.00 hrs

Some ports may be tender ports and some may have Zodiac landings, please inquire at the time of booking.* The pre- and post-cruise programmes and shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to changes.

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  • I’d just like to thank you and your professional Dialysis Team for making my first ever cruise experience so wonderful.  Starting from the time of booking, through the worst parts – waiting for the departure date to come around, right through until disembarkation.

    The paperwork, though comprehensive was clear and easy for myself and my home clinic nurses to complete, and your advice on what to pack for the expectations of the cruise liner took that stress away.

    It was good to meet everyone in your team and my compatriots for treatment so soon after embarkation and everything always felt like it was no problem and easily handled.  The dialysis team was totally professional at all times, but that was also complimented by their personalities which meant time on dialysis went quite quickly chatting etc.  The Nephrologist was extremely thorough at all times but was also quite amusing in her own way.  The Charge Nurse was a wealth of experience and definitely the glue bonding the team together and always available for everyone at all times.  The two nurses providing support were effective team players and knew their stuff.

    Being an accompanied cruise meant there was always someone about if you wanted a chat even on the excellent inclusive shore trips.  It was good to see the planning that went in to arranging dialysis sessions around these activities and the team were always looking to be flexible on start stop times.

    I will do this again in the future, need to save up a bit first, but would recommend it to anyone.  Thanks for a wonderful holiday.

    Mr K Summerhayes
  • I wanted to tell you that it was a wonderful cruise and thank you for all the efforts you have had in respect to the dialyses.  Everything was working at the full satisfaction.

    Mr J Steinmann
  • Just a quick email to thank you very much for all your help with organising our Canary Island Cruise and dialysis on board for my mum.  Everything ran smoothly and the dialysis staff were excellent, friendly, professional and a pleasure to meet.  Hopefully we will be able to travel again using your excellent dialysis at sea service.

    Ms C Sharratt
  • I want to let you know we really enjoyed the holiday, the ship was very good and the dialysis went well.

    Mrs S Platt
  • I just wanted to send you an email and say THANK YOU so much for all your help with organising the cruise for my mum and me!  Anoop had a really good time on the cruise.  It was definitely an experience, we managed to go on the organised day trips and see new places.  Many thanks once again, I really appreciate all the help you gave me.

    Mrs A Chandhock