Deilmann Reservations for 2007 River Cruises Now Open

Reservations opened this week for booking Peter Deilmann's 2007 European river cruises, two months earlier than in previous years. The cruise line will operate eight vessels on 250 sailings next year following the retirement of the four-star Danube Princess at the end of October. Deilmann's eight river ships will operate on the Danube, Rhine, Moselle, Rhône, Saône, Seine, Elbe, Vltava, Oder and other rivers from late March through mid-November 2007. Deilmann plans to replace the Danube Princess, which was sold to another company, with a five-star vessel in 2008. Peter Deilmann will offer 10 different cruise tours in 2007 with more than 100 departures. The river cruises will have itineraries that feature special events in 2007 and new destinations. Selections will include independent cruise tours sailing the Seine, Rhône, Danube and Elbe rivers, Dutch and Belgian canals. Visit [www.deilmann-cruises.com].

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