….never heard of.
“Great moments. Truly exclusive.”
So boasts the orange sleeve that holds each cabin key card for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ luxury cruise ship Europa 2. Only they’re not cabins. Every single one of the 251 rooms on the ship is a suite — with a balcony.
Passengers, the vast majority well-off Germans, happily pay $500 a day or much more (not including bar drinks or shore excursions) to cruise on the casual-chic small ship that’s as sleek and well built as a high-end BMW or Mercedes. Two-thirds of passengers are repeaters.
Yet even with bilingual cruises on Europa 2, the cruise line isn’t well known among English-speaking travelers.
Read more courtesy of CruiseCritic.com