CroisiEurope to inaugurate three river cruise ships this spring

CroisiEurope to inaugurate three river cruise ships this spring
Elbe Princesse II will sail between Germany and the Czech Republic on the Elbe and Vltava rivers (Image: SDI)

European operator CroisiEurope is to inaugurate three river cruise ships this spring, growing its fleet to 55 vessels.

Existing vessels Van Gogh and Renoir have both been completely redesigned and redecorated to become part of CroisiEurope’s Premium Class. Both vessels will sail in France, with Van Gogh cruising on the Rhône and Saône rivers and Renoir offering itineraries between Paris and Honfleur on the Seine.

In addition, CroisiEurope will welcome the new Elbe Princesse II. Designed as a sister ship to Elbe Princesse, the vessel will cruise on the Elbe and Vltava rivers between Berlin, Germany and Prague, Czech Republic.

In 2019, CroisiEurope will build another new ship named Amalia Rodrigues. Once launched, she will be the company’s sixth ship on Portugal’s Douro river.

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Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson
Wednesday, April 11, 2018