From April 1st, 2016, CroisiEurope shares with you all the information and latest news about the company, thanks to our new monthly newsletter: CroisiNews. This will be the opportunity for you to find out about our ships and destinations, and dive into the CroisiEurope river cruise experience. For this first edition, we invite you to discover our new ships!
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This year marks our 40th anniversary, and CroisiEurope continues to expand our fleet by adding eight new ships for the 2016/2017 season, providing an even wider range of destinations on an intimate, small-scale level.
The MS Elbe Princesse, an innovative paddle riverboat will cruise both directions of the Elbe and Vltava Rivers between Berlin and Prague (Berlin - Magdeburg - Lutherstadt Wittenberg - Meissen - Dresden - Litomerice - Prague). Built at the prestigious STX St Nazaire shipyard, it will begin cruising in the spring of 2016. This groundbreaking ship has a capacity of 80 passengers in 40 spacious cabins.
Déborah, a new custom-designed barge, has a capacity of 22 passengers in 11 cabins and will cruise an exceptional itinerary on the Briare Canal between the Loire Valley and the Sancerre wine region (Briare - Léré - Ménétréol-sous-Sancerre – La Chapelle-Montlinard - Marseilles-lès-Aubigny- Nevers).
Danièle, a new custom-designed barge, with a capacity of 22 passengers in 11 cabins, will cruise an exceptional itinerary on the Burgundy Canal.
The MS Miguel Torga is an innovative, Premium class, three-deck ship with a pool, contemporary interior design and 66 cabins that will accommodate 132 passengers. Built at the Sambre and Meuse Shipyard in Namur, it will be joining the four other ships on the Douro River. Beginning in April 2017, it will host 8-day cruises on the “Golden River,” leaving from Porto and stopping in Regua, Vega de Terron, Ferradosa and Pinhão.
The RV Indochine II is a high-class, colonial-style ship that will join the other four vessels on the Mekong. Sixty passengers in 30 cabins will vacation in extravagance, especially because of its novel design and spacious private balconies. It will cruise both directions of the Mekong between Siem Reap and Ho Chi Minh City.
According to the Moon Calendar, the 30th March 2016 is a lucky day in Vietnam, which is why the Indochine II steel cutting ceremony took place on this day.
The MS Symphonie and the MS Douce France will be entirely renovated and their interior spaces will be redesigned to provide more comfort. They will become two of our top-rated Premium ships, in line with the latest generation ships. They will be rechristened the MS Symphonie II (Danube) and the MS Douce France II (Rhine).
In 2017, CroisiEurope will offer a new, luxurious 6-day/5-night cruise for 16 passengers. The ship will have eight exterior-facing deluxe suites with balconies, a panoramic restaurant, lounge and bar, and rooftop patio with pool and chaise lounges. The cruise will be followed by a 4-day/3-night stay in 5-star CroisiEurope accommodation, and include safaris and a day at Victoria Falls. A new itinerary not to miss!