CroisiEurope Acquires Second Sea Ship

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Croisi Europe Sea Ship
La Belle des Oceans will be CroisiEurope's second sea ship alongside La Belle de l’Adriatique.

As part of its continued development, CroisiEurope has expanded its fleet with the acquirement of a second sea-going ship, La Belle des Oceans (formerly Silver Discoverer).

The 7-deck ship measures 338 ft. long and 49 ft. wide, accommodating 120 passengers in 60 suites, which all feature exterior views. The suites can be broken down into five categories: Ocean Suite, Riviera Suite, Panorama Suite, Horizon-1 Suite, and Horizon-2 Suite. The 38 Horizon-1 Suites on board measure 183 sq. ft. with a window, a seating area, and twin or queen-size beds. The nine Horizon-2 Suites are the same size and include the same features, with two large portholes instead of one window. The four 269-sq.-ft. Panorama Suites feature two large windows, a seating area, and twin or queen-size beds. Guests will find private balconies inside the eight Riviera Suites, which measure 280 sq. ft. and include a seating area with sofa, as well as the one Ocean Suite measuring in at 409 sq. ft. All suites feature a private bathroom with walk-in shower, desk, hairdryer, built-in wardrobe with safe, mini-bar, flat-screen TV and air conditioning.

The ship also features two bar-lounges, a restaurant, a bar-restaurant grill around the pool, a fitness center, a beauty salon with hairdresser and spa, as well as laundry service to round out the ship’s amenities. La Belle des Oceans will make her debut in spring 2020, and CroisiEurope is expected to announce details of her exact inauguration date, as well as her itineraries and departure dates soon.

For more information, visit croisieuroperivercruises.com. CroisiEurope is also currently offering a discount on 2020 European cruises; get the details here.

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