Tuesday 13 March 2012

eWaterways announces GSA for "Royal Crown" with exclusive deals for Australians

eWaterways (www.ewaterways.com.au) the niche and river cruise experts, has announced the expansion of their luxury cruise portfolio with the charter of the stunning river yacht, Royal Crown, for next three years. Cabins on a range of the most popular European river cruising itineraries for Australians, including the "Grand Europe Journey" from Budapest to Amsterdam, will now be made available at exclusive introductory prices.

Peter Smith, General Manager, Australia & New Zealand says, "This addition to our product range shows just how far eWaterways has come in the last 12 months as the premium supplier for all things small ships – wherever in the world and whatever style, eWaterways are the small ship travel experts."

Royal Crown, a stylish, luxury cruiser renowned for its private members' club feel and Individual client service will begin the new sailing programme with eWaterways this April to offer an authentic exploration of some of Europe's most iconic cities via historic rivers and lesser known waterways.

At full capacity, Royal Crown caters for just 90 guests in a total of 45 luxuriously appointed cabins. Often described as an "Orient Express on Water", the river yacht exudes 1930's glamour and style with Art Deco design and exquisite fine dining on board, where every meal is a sumptuous feast.

Royal Crown is an elegant river cruiser, furnished to the standard expected of a five-star hotel. Built in 1996 and completely renovated in 2010, the yacht caters for just 90 guests in a total of 45 luxurious cabins. Royal Crown combines the nostalgic charm of the 1930s with the highest degree of comfort and luxury, supreme service and exquisite cuisine. The elegant décor of dark wood and classic warm colours permeates throughout the stylish public areas such as the spacious lounge deck and sumptuously furnished cabins, making the Royal Crown the ideal choice for exclusive cruising on some of the most beautiful rivers of Europe.

Visit eWaterways at www.ewaterways.com.au or call free on 1300 968 980

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