Where do Croisi Europe cruises depart from?
Croisi Europe cruises depart from ports around the globe — though the closest departure point for US travelers would likely be Montréal. Here’s where you can begin:Amsterdam, Athens, Bali Denpasar, Barbados, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Dover, Dubai, Dubrovnik, Fort Lauderdale, Guam, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Keelung, Lima, Lisbon, London, Los Angeles, Mahe Island, Miami, Mumbai, New Orleans, New York City, Palma De Mallorca, Papeete, Puerta Caldera, Quebec, Rome, San Diego, San Juan, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Tokyo, Venice, Yokohama
Croisi Europe cruise destinations
Croisi Europe offers river and small sea cruises throughout the world, plus intimate canal cruises through France. It also curates themed cruises, including family, hiking, biking, gastronomy, Christmas and New Year’s itineraries.
The bodies of water on which it sails include:
- Canals throughout France
- Lake Kariba in Africa
- European Rivers
- Mediterranean Sea
- Mekong River in Vietnam and Cambodia
- Saint Lawrence River in Canada
Here’s where you can go with Croisi Europe:
Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Eastern Mediterranean, Europe, Hawaii, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Mexico, Middle East, Northern Europe, Pacific, South Pacific, Transatlantic, Western Europe
Are Croisi Europe cruises good for families?
Yes — if you choose the right itinerary.
Its Family Club cruises, offered on select sailings, let youth under 16 sail for free — up to two children per adult. Croisi Europe‘s Family Club cruises include special activities and events designed especially for kiddos and teens, including water games, sports and more. There’s also no single-parent supplement on these cruises — so solo parents can sail with two kids under 16 for the cost of only one adult ticket.
And on select cruises throughout the year, Croisi Europe offers a 20% discount for children ages 2 to 10. Call Croisi Europe to find out more.
What’s included on Croisi Europe cruises?
Croisi Europe‘s cruises are nearly all-included. Here’s what’s covered by the fare:
- Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Alcoholic drinks with meals and at the open bar
- Specialty coffee, tea and juice served with meals
- Shore excursions
Gratuities are not included in your fare. These are entirely at your discretion and won’t be automatically charged after the cruise.
If you’re happy with the service, it’s appropriate to leave between $5 to $10 per passenger, per day, that’ll be distributed among the staff. An envelope for tipping is left in your cabin on the last evening of the cruise. You can return it to reception upon disembarkation.
You’ll also pay extra for champagne and specialty wine.
How much do Croisi Europe cruises cost?
Fare varies depending on the itinerary you choose, how close it is to the departure date and more. But we know that a ballpark idea of price can help when you’re shopping the market. So, here’s how it compares to two of its key competitors: Avalon Waterways and Viking River Cruises.
|Voyage (2021)||Amsterdam to Basel — 7 days||Romantic Rhine — 8 days||Rhine Getaway — 8 days |
|Ports visited||Amsterdam, Xanten, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Kongswinter, Koblenz, Mainz, Worms, Strasbourg, Basel||Amsterdam, Cologne, Koblenz, Mainz, Strasbourg, Breisach, Basel||Basel, Breisach, Strasbourg, Speyer & Rudesheim, Koblenz, Cologne, Kinderdijk, Amsterdam |
|Per-person price (double occupancy cabin, cheapest option)*||From $2,404||From $2,798||From $2,199|
|Per-day price||From $344||From $350||About $275|
*Prices obtained February 2020. Based on a per-person double occupancy fare. Includes all taxes and port fees — but not discounts or promotional rates.
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Why you should (or shouldn’t) cruise with Croisi Europe
Weight the benefits and drawbacks before booking your fare:
- Spacious cabins on river and sea cruise ships
- Free-flowing wine, beer and other alcoholic drinks
- Intimate onboard atmosphere
- Wide variety of itineraries to choose from
- Expert lectures and extracurricular classes
- Good value shore excursions included in the fare
- Fewer onboard activities than larger cruise lines
- Set menu and rigid lunch and dinner times may feel restrictive.
- Some onboard lectures won’t be translated into English.
- Fare is pricier up front than for budget lines.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, check out Riviera River Cruises or Grand Circle Cruise Line.Read our full review of Riviera River CruisesRead our full review of Grand Circle Cruise Line
If you want to compare Croisi Europe with other all-included river cruises, check out Crystal River Cruises and Tauck.
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