Hapag-Lloyd’s New Ships

Seasoned world travelers, here’s some good news!  Hapag-Lloyd’s, known as Germany’s premier line, is introducing two new ships.  (Not familiar withHapag-Lloyd?  This line tends to cater to an upscale, educated, conservative, and well-traveled crowd. The attract passengers who are interested exploring the world and learning about their ports of call.)

The new 516-passenger Europa 2 will offer 7-day summertime cruises in the Mediterranean, and faraway destinations in the winter.  This ship is the namesake of Hapag-Lloyds Europa, a delightful full-service, deluxe ship that offers the highest level of service and luxury.    The Europa 2 will mirror it’s amenities, while offering a more modern and casual luxury option.

The Columbus 2, with a capacity of 698 passengers, will  offer amenities such as a variety of restaurants and bars, an airy spa, and richly appointed wellness area.  Summertime itineraries will start at 7-12 days and cruise the Mediterranean Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Nordic countries.  During the winter months, the Columbus 2 is scheduled to offer world tours.

Note: Hapag-Lloyd Cruises does attract a predominantly German-speaking clientele.  The ships will enter service in 2012 and 2013.

To find out more about Hapag-Lloyd, please contact your CruiseCompete agent.

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