Ships to cruise on the Elbe , the Mekong, the Canal de Garonne and the Briare Canal or Canal Lateral à la Loire
Europe’s largest river cruise operator, CroisiEurope, continues its expansion with the addition of four new vessels for the 2016/2017 season.
- MS Princesse Elbe, an innovative paddle steamer accommodating 80 passengers in 40 cabins, will sail on the Elbe and the Moldau between Berlin and Prague and back from spring 2016.
Itinerary: Berlin - Magdebour - Wittenberg - Meissen - Dresden - Litomerice - Prague
- RV Indochine II (update: to be launched in 2017), a colonial-style boat accommodating 60 passengers in 30 cabins, will join CroisiEurope’s four other vessels on the Mekong. The ship will sail from Angkor to Ho-Chi-Minh between Siem Reap and Ho-Chi-Minh and back.
Itinerary: Siem Reap - Angkor - Tonle Sap - Kampong Chhnang - Kampong Tralach - Koh Chen - Phnom Penh - Chau Doc. – Sa DEC - Cai Be - My Tho - Ho-Chi-Minh City
- Daniele, a contemporary and stylish hotel barge accommodating 24 passengers in 11 cabins, will travel an unprecedented route on the Burgundy Canal.
- 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
Itinerary: Briare - Léré - Ménétréol-sous-Sancerre – La Chapelle-Montlinard - Marseilles-lès-Aubigny- Nevers
In order to meet the expectations of its many and increasing loyal customers, CroisiEurope continues to innovate and invest in the business and will operate the 44 ships that it owns, as well as the five ships that the company charters.