In the ever-evolving world of river cruising, Spring 2018 has brought many changes for CroisiEurope. From its website to its fleet, here’s a look at what’s new with the cruise line.
Last month, CroisiEurope saw the launching of three new ships: the MS Van Gogh in Lyon, the MS Elbe Princesse II in Berlin, and the MS Renoir in Paris. The MS Van Gogh and MS Renoir made their debut following a complete redesign that meets the requirements of a Premium Class ship. Both ships hold a total of 54 WiFi-connected cabins for up to 105 passengers. The MS Van Gogh will cruise from Lyon on the Rhone and Saone rivers, while the MS Renoir will cruise on the Seine between Paris and Honfleur.
Meanwhile, the MS Elbe Princesse II is CroisiEurope’s youngest addition to the fleet and sister ship to the MS Elbe Princesse. This new-build features 45 cabins for a total capacity of 86 passengers, including three single cabins. This ship will cruise on the Elbe and Vltava Rivers between Berlin and Prague. The inauguration of these three vessels brings CroisiEurope’s fleet up to a total of 55 ships, and the cruise line has plans to build another new ship next year—the MS Amalia Rodrigues—destined to sail along the Douro River. Earlier this year, CroisiEurope also launched a redesigned Southern Africa water-and-land program on board the RV African Dream, the cruise line’s new luxury ship sailing along Lake Kariba.
Along with these new ships, CroisiEurope has announced its latest offer to waive single supplement fees on all 2019 cruise departures when booked by June 30, 2018, making it easier for solo travelers to experience these new vessels, as well as other ships and itineraries in the fleet.
Another new change for spring 2018 is CroisiEurope’s recently launched revamped version of its website. The new website boasts a freshened up design and consistent site-wide navigation that will allow clients to easily get all the necessary information on itineraries. New search features have also been added, and all cruises details are highlighted clearly in an effort to create a more efficient booking process.
For more information, visit croisieuroperivercruises.com.