No single supplements on River Cruises

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CROISIEUROPE WAIVES SINGLE SUPPLEMENT ON ALL RIVER, OCEAN AND FRENCH CANAL DEPARTURES BETWEEN 1ST MARCH & 30TH APRIL 2022

Europe’s largest river cruise operator, CroisiEurope, has announced that there are no single supplements on River Cruises, or on its canal and ocean itineraries worldwide, for cruises departing between 1st March and 30th April 2022.  The single supplement offer is subject to availability and cannot be combined with any other offer.

This offer is valid for new individual bookings made on CroisiEurope’s huge range of European river cruises on the Seine, Rhine, Danube, Douro, Guadalquivir, Po, Elbe, Loire, Rhone, Gironde and Garonne; on the Dutch canals and waterways; on some of France’s finest canals through Alsace, Burgundy, Provence, Ile de France and Champagne as well as on the Upper Loire; on ocean cruises in the Red Sea, the Adriatic, the Mediterranean and around the Canary Islands; on Lake Kariba in Southern Africa; and on the Nile.

So this definitely seems to be the spring for solos to set sail! If you need inspiration or help just dreaming, there are some awesome. videos to watch on the Croisi website here

“SAFEGUARD” Covid Certification and protocols

Since last year, CroisiEurope has been successfully working with Bureau Veritas for the “SAFEGUARD” certification of its ships. The Safeguard Certification Label ensures the proper application of preventive sanitary measures, which have been subject to a rigorous auditing process and confirm that crew members have been thoroughly trained to implement them. These measures have been further strengthened this year with guests needing to provide proof of vaccination or a negative PCR or rapid antigen test prior on embarkation. Further information about this can be viewed here.

For reservations and further information call CroisiEurope on 020 8328 1281 or visit www.croisieurope.co.uk

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