Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Offers Childcare Package

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is offering new childcare options aboard the Europa this July. // (c) 2011 Hapag-Lloyd Cruises

Beginning July 20, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises will be offering parents a new childcare service for babies and toddlers in traveling families.

The Baby Welcome Package will be available during the four-day family introductory cruise “Sailing Across the North Sea,” which is available aboard the Europa. The package includes care products such as diapers and baby lotion, changing mats, and bibs, for the purpose of lightening the carry-on luggage of traveling parents.

Families can also submit a personal Baby Welcome Package list prior to the beginning of the cruise, which allows them to order specific items such as diapers in the required size and quantity, and even specific types of baby food.

The suite can also be furnished on request with baby monitors, baby carriers, portable cribs, high chairs, and specialized bathtubs for babies.

Children up to three years old traveling with families aboard the EUROPA travel at no cost, while children age four to 15 travel at a cost of $91.91 USD per night. Designated family cruises and cruises with at least four children on board include a special program with meals, drinks and customized children’s excursions for younger cruise passengers.

Visit www.hl-cruises.com for more information.

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