This is good news for Strasbourg, CroisiEurope.
The operations provided on all the French rivers, with fewer vessels
“We are very pleased with this decision,” said Lucas Schmitter, e-commerce and sales director. “We had expected a recovery on the 13th of July, with our routes.’ The company will work on all of the rivers in france, as announced, even if the reduction of its fleet on some of them, such as the Rhine (three ships instead of four) and the Seine (two instead of three).
Schmitter said CroisiEurope will resume its international cruises on the Rhine and the Danube, at the end of July/beginning of August. In August, the company will also restart the cruises on the Douro river in Portugal and the Guadalquivir in Spain. Only away from cruises are not scheduled. Also, some of the theme cruises that have been cancelled or revised.
CroisiEurope flexible booking and payment policy has played a role in the maintenance of many loyal customers to request refunds and has attracted new visitors. The company is also working with Bureau Veritas to perform the Backup of the label, the verification of effective infection control measures.
Bookings from France and beyond
“We have bookings from France, but also Switzerland, Belgium and Germany,’ Schmitter said. “We also hope to have some of the Spain and Denmark. Even if our activities have been significantly reduced, we are more optimistic than three months ago.’
A research vessel set sail, the other waiting
There is no problem or restriction for The Nice of The Adriatic, which must go in August along the coast of Croatian. As for the 130 passengers, The Beautiful Oceans ‘departures, Nice for cruising around Corsica,” We hope to obtain official permission from the government to the end of June or beginning of July,’ Schmitter said. These cruises are to take place from 26 July until Oct. 11.