CroisiEurope Unveils Four New Ships for the 2016-2017 Season
CroisiEurope , the largest and most experienced river cruise operator in Europe, has announced the addition of four new ships to its fleet for the 2016-2017 season, including two new river ships and two new canal barges:
- Elbe Princesse : This 80 passenger, innovative paddle wheeler will sail on the Elbe and the Moldau between Berlin and Prague beginning in Spring 2016. This ship will visit Berlin, Magdeburg, Wittenberg, Meissen, Dresden, Litoměřice and Prague;
- Apsara Princesse : This colonial-style boat will join the four other vessels already sailing along the Mekong. With a capacity of 60 passengers in 30 cabins, this ship will sail on the Mekong from Angkor to Ho Chi Minh City. This ship will visit Siem Reap, Angkor, Tonle Sap, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Tralach, Koh Chen, Phnom Penh, Châu Đốc, Sa Đéc, Cái Bè, Mỹ Tho and Ho-Chi-Minh City;
- Daniele Barge : Sailing along the Briare Canal between Burgundy and the Loire Valley, this ship boasts 12 contemporary cabins that can accommodate 24 people. This ship will visit Briare, Léré, Ménétréol-sous-Sancerre, La Chapelle-Montlinard, Marseilles-Les-Aubigny and Nevers;
- Deborah Barge : With 12 cabins and a capacity of 24 passengers, this modern ship will take an unprecedented route on the Garonne Canal. The ship will visit Toulouse, Castelsarrasin, Moissac, Valence-d’Agen, Agen, Serignac-Sur-Garonne and Damazan.
These additions to the fleet are part of CroisiEurope’s continued effort to innovate in order to meet customer expectations of high quality river cruises at an unbeatable value.
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Established in 1976, CroisiEurope has been a leader in affordable European river cruises for nearly 40 years. Based in Strasbourg, France, CroisiEurope has offices in all major European cities, the United States and Cambodia. With an English-speaking crew of 700, this family owned company operates almost 50 vessels that sail along Europe’s most famous rivers, canals and coasts. Passengers can choose from a variety of itineraries that explore picturesque riverside cities in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Germany and Belgium while treating guests to an on-board gastronomic dining experience designed alongside Michelin-starred chefs, unlimited beverages and free Wi-Fi. Today, CroisiEurope offers cruises not only in Europe but also in the Mediterranean, Russia, Vietnam and Cambodia.