Sailing with CroisiEurope is a relaxed affair. They pride themselves in providing experienced and friendly staff and crew, clean and comfortable cabins and beds, reliable and safe ships, excellent food, incredible itineraries, and a delightful experience of European culture.
Croisi Europe offer exquisite french cuisine. The chefs have worked alongside such Michelin-starred greats as Paul Bocuse and Marc Haeberlin; CroisiEurope’s head chef, Alain Bohn, was recently nominated as a member of the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France. This esteemed French association, created 50 years ago, includes only 250 chefs worldwide. A large number of the crew and staff speak many major European languages, so you may find yourself able to chat in Spanish, Italian, or Hungarian as well as French and English.
MS Fernao De Magalhaes
England, Portsmouth on 3rd Oct 2018
This was our first river cruise and we chose the Douro for its reputation as a beautiful river, and that was certainly the case. It was definitely a contrast with our last ocean cruise.
By: Green, Salisbury on 17th May 2018
think that this French ship is ideal as most of the cruise ships that come to Venice for the day are just too large and have to moor in the main port.
Perfect for visiting the sites of Europe and navigating it's historical waterways in style.MS Cyrano de Bergerac Cruises
Measureing 110 meters in length, the MS Michelangelo is on of the larger river cruise ships from Croisi Europe.MS Michelangelo Cruises
Renovated in 2014, the MS Vasco de Gama offers luxury and style as you travel through the European sites.MS Vasco de Gama Cruises