EasyCome, easyGo

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EasyCruise One, the ship that was the first to sail for the low-cost company easyCruise (www.easycruise.com), owned by Setlios Haji-Ioannou, is up for sale. A line spokesman stated they wanted to buy a larger ship similar to the 12,000-gross-ton easyCruise Life, which they will launch in Greece April 19, 2008. Further plans to build seven new ships have been put on hold.

EasyCruise is eliminating age restrictions on its ships, allowing children under 14, and is offering a family rate on its Greece sailings.

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EasyCruise One, the ship that was the first to sail for the low-cost company easyCruise (www.easycruise.com), owned by Setlios Haji-Ioannou, is up for sale. A line spokesman stated they wanted to buy a larger ship similar to the 12,000-gross-ton easyCruise Life, which they will launch in Greece April 19, 2008. Further plans to build seven new ships have been put on hold.

EasyCruise is eliminating age restrictions on its ships, allowing children under 14, and is offering a family rate on its Greece sailings.