Local media have reported that HMS Queen Elizabeth will anchor at Souda Bay and, possibly, Piraeus.
News outlet Kathimerini say that Queen Elizabeth’s arrival is part of British participation in the celebrations for the 200th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence, but is “also related to British interest to sell Type 31 frigates to the Greek Navy”.
HMS Queen Elizabeth and her Carrier Strike Group will deploy to the Pacific later this year, stopping off at many allied ports and exercising with many allied forces.
The Ministry of Defence say that the Carrier Strike Group “offers Britain choice and flexibility on the global stage, reassuring our friends and allies and presents a powerful deterrent to would-be adversaries.”
The strike group is the largest and most powerful European-led maritime force in almost 20 years, you can read more about it at the link above.