European Waterways Releases Brochure for 2017 Season

European Waterways has announced the release of its new, larger and more colorful luxury hotel barge cruising brochure for the 2017 season. 

Highlighted in the brochure, European Waterways has added more departures and amenities to its itineraries. The brochure contains a double-page map showing the various cruise routes through Europe’s popular wine and whisky regions, vivid illustrations of regional cuisine, and introductions to the Gascony and Champagne regions of France

The 2017 brochure details the line's many themed cruises, including wine, whisky, walking, and golf cruises, as well as multi-generational and small-group charters. 

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The eight-passenger Finesse, a double-decker hotel barge that cruises the scenic River Saône and Canal du Centre in Southern Burgundy, will be available for its first full season. New departures have also been added to the popular “Champagne Cruises” on the historic River Marne and the Canal Lateral à la Marne in France. 

Also featured are the “longer waterway journeys,” available on some hotel barges as they reposition themselves to new cruising areas through Holland, Belgium, and France. 

European Waterways’ new 2017 price list is also available, featuring 10 percent off select departures on a wide range of itineraries in the spring and summer.

Visit www.gobarging.com

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