CroisiEurope inaugurated three ships this spring, bringing its fleet to a total of 55 vessels. These new additions reflect the continued growing demand for river cruising. Two of this year’s inaugurations are for ships that underwent complete redesigns, while the third is a new build.
MS Van Gogh and MS Renoir have been completely redesigned and redecorated. Both ships feature a total of 54 Wi-Fi connected cabins for up to 105 passengers. MS Van Gogh will cruise from Lyon on the Rhône and Saône Rivers, and MS Renoir will cruise on the Seine between Paris and Honfleur.
CroisiEurope’s youngest ship, the MS Elbe Princesse II, is the sister ship to the MS Elbe Princesse and incorporates the same innovative paddlewheel technology that gives the vessels a low draft. This new-build features 45 cabins for a total capacity of 86 passengers, including 3 single cabins and one handicap accessible cabin. This ship will cruise on the Elbe and Vltava Rivers between Berlin and Prague.
Earlier this year, CroisiEurope launched a re-designed Southern Africa water-and-land program onboard the RV African Dream, CroisiEurope’s new luxury ship cruising along Lake Kariba.
In 2019, CroisiEurope has plans to build another new ship, the MS Amalia Rodrigues, destined for the Douro. It will be the company’s sixth ship on this river.
In addition to these inaugurations and renovations, CroisiEurope will also waive the single supplement on all 2019 cruise departures on bookings made before June 30, 2018.