CroisiEurope to Expand to Africa

croisieuropeCroisiEurope has announced that it will set sail in Africa in 2017. The line will expand to the new continent with a new ship, on top of the seven ships previously scheduled to debut during its 2016 / 2017 season

In Africa the new CroisiEurope ship will sail the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers. This new cruise offering will be available to book through the U.S. call center, with prices and itinerary details to follow once available.

The new ship will operate six-day, five-night cruise itineraries in Southern Africa for up to 16 passengers in eight exterior-facing deluxe suites with balconies, a panoramic restaurant, lounge bar and rooftop patio with pool and chaise lounges.

Following the cruise, guests will enjoy a four-day, three-night stay in CroisiEurope accommodations with safaris and a day at Victoria Falls. CroisiEurope will own and operate this new ship. The company will also be the owner of two lodges included in this new itinerary.

Visit www.croisieuroperivercruises.com

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