CroisiEurope has inaugurated its latest vessel, the MS Douce France II. After a complete renovation, the former MS Douce France has been transformed into the newest ship in CroisiEurope’s 50-plus ship fleet.
Special attention was paid to open spaces and natural light. The company said it sought to achieve contemporary elegance, maximum comfort and utmost safety. The transformation of the MS Douce France II underscores CroisiEurope’s commitment to its loyal passengers who are looking for affordable luxury.
The ship accommodates 106 passengers in 55 double-occupancy cabins, including four single-occupancy cabins, two suites, and one cabin designed especially for passengers with reduced mobility. All cabins feature air-conditioning, double beds that can be separated into twin beds, private bathrooms, flat-screen televisions, radios, hair dryers and safes. All upper deck cabins feature French balconies. The public spaces include a bar and lounge with dance floor, restaurant, sun deck with chaise lounges and a boutique.
The MS Douce France II is the sister ship of the MS Symphonie, which was inaugurated on March 17, 2017. The MS Douce France II will cruise the Rhine on 4- to 7-day journeys in the Moselle, Main and Rhine valleys.