CroisiEurope adds capacity on French hotel barge itineraries
CroisiEurope has increased capacity on its French hotel barge itineraries.
Its 2021 and 2022 departures are currently on sale while 2023 itineraries open later this month.
It is offering savings of up to £512 per person on select 2021 departures in Provence, Alsace and Burgundy while a new itinerary between Paris and Sens will launch in 2023.
With demand high, CroisiEurope has adapted its itineraries and extended the season to accommodate additional UK travellers.
These cruises – which operate through Alsace, Burgundy, Provence, Ile de France and Champagne as well as on the Upper Loire – take place on CroisiEurope’s fleet of six hotel barges which feature just 11 en-suite cabins, a restaurant, lounge bar, sun deck and relaxation area with Jacuzzi, and a six member crew,
New for 2023 is a cruise from the Petite Seine to the Yonne.
This seven-day cruise, which takes place onboard MS Deborah, begins in Paris, and visits Evry, Melun, Moret-Sur-Loing and Montereau-Fault-Yonne before finishing in Sens where guests transfer back to Paris.
“With increased capacity, the brand new itinerary for 2023 and some really competitive pricing, I’m confident that we’ll attract even more UK travellers wanting to truly get away from it all,” said John Fair, UK Sales Director for CroisiEurope.
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