Hapag-Lloyd Cruises to Offer On-Board Beverage Credit

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises announced an "on-board beverage credit" for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. The credit will be graded according to the length of the cruise. It will apply to all new bookings on board two of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ cruise ships, the luxury cruise ship Europa 2 and the expedition ship Hanseatic. This introductory offer will be in place Aug. 1, 2014 and applies to all new bookings after Oct. 1, 2014.

Following Europa 2’s first year of operation, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises was able to increase its international guest base by 42 percent between 2013 and June 2014. Taking its marketing activity forward, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises identified the United Kingdom, United States, the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, and Scandinavia as priority, international target markets.

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The value of the beverage credit is dependent upon the length of the cruise: For a cruise up to six nights, a beverage credit of $133 per person is offered. For a cruise lasting for seven to nine nights the international guest will receive a beverage credit of $200 per person. If the cruise lasts longer than ten days a beverage credit of $267 will apply to each guest.

Guests cruising on board Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Europa 2 have access to amenities already included in the cruise fare: a complimentary, in-suite, mini bar with a selection of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks (restocked twice a day); a choice of dining in all seven restaurants - including the specialty restaurants on board, where no additional surcharge applies; and gratuities.

For more information, visit www.hl-cruises.com

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