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MS EUROPA 2 - from Palma de Mallorca to Monte Carlo

Luxury meets lifestyle

MS EUROPA 2 - from Palma de Mallorca to Monte Carlo
Cruise EUX1815
24.06.2018 - 04.07.2018 (10 days)
from € 5.990 from CHF 7‘188 from $ 6.890 from £ 5.100
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from € 5.990 from CHF 7‘188 from $ 6.890 from £ 5.100
This cruise is currently fully booked – our customer service will gladly put you on the waiting list: +49 40 3070 3050

Luxury meets lifestyle

from Palma de Mallorca to Monte Carlo

from 5,990 €

Cruise EUX1815

24.06.2018 - 04.07.2018

10 days (10 days cruise only)

    The Mediterranean at its most sophisticated: this cruise takes you to St. Tropez, Portofino, Nice and Monte Carlo – the most attractive hotspots of the Mediterranean.


    Golf
    Family
    International cruise
    This is a bilingual cruise with English shore excursions. [Read more]

    Price specials - Extended fun

    Extend your stay with the previous cruise EUX1814 and save € 800 per person. Extend your stay with the subsequent cruise EUX1816 and save € 600 per person (Applies to categories 1 – 14).

    The highlights of this cruise

    Your ship - MS EUROPA 2

    Twenty-one-knots. And no tie.

    All the promises of a yacht and the serenity of a small resort: on board the EUROPA 2, you can enjoy the highest level of casual luxury with a maximum of 500 guests. The ship has been awarded the coveted distinction of 5-stars-plus by the Berlitz Cruise Guide 2018.

    More about MS EUROPA 2

    Your suites on MS EUROPA 2

    Veranda Suite
    • Living area: 28 m² (301 ft²); veranda: 7 m² (75 ft²)
    • Walk-in wardrobe
    • Exclusive living area with a chaise longue
    • Bathtub and separate shower
    • Free mini bar
    Ocean Suite
    • Living area: 28 m² (301 ft²); veranda: 7 m² (75 ft²)
    • Natural light in the bathroom
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Whirlpool tube and separate shower
    • Separate toilet
    • Free mini bar
    Family Apartment
    • Living area: 2 × 20 m²
      (2 x 215 ft²)
      veranda: 2 × 7 m² (2 x 75 ft²)
    • Connecting door between the rooms and verandas
    • Separate toilets
    • Free mini bars
    Penthouse Suite, for disabled guests
    • Living area: 42 m² (452 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Bathroom with two washbasins
    • Separate WC
    • Butler service
    • Free mini bar
    Penthouse Suite
    • Living area: 42 m² (452 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Walk-in wardrobe
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Whirlpool tub and separate shower
    • Separate toilet
    • Butler service
    • Free mini bar
    Grand Ocean Suite
    • Living area: 42 m² (452 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Separate toilet
    • Natural light in the bathroom
    • Shower with steam sauna
    • Whirlpool tub
    • Free mini bar
    Grand Penthouse Suite
    • Living area: 78 m² (840 ft²); veranda: 10 m² (108 ft²)
    • Separate living and sleeping areas
    • Separate dining table
    • Guest toilet
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Shower with steam sauna.
    • Whirlpool and daybed in the bathroom
    • Butler service
    • Free mini-bar
    • Further exclusive service privileges
    Owner Suite
    • Living area: 99 m² (1,066 ft²); veranda: 15 m² (161 ft²)
    • Separate living and sleeping area
    • Separate dining table
    • Guest toilet
    • Bathroom with two sinks
    • Shower with steam sauna
    • Whirlpool and daybed in the bathroom
    • Butler service
    • Free mini bar
    • Further exclusive service privileges

    Golf course - You stop at the world's best and most beautiful greens and are overseen by a PGA golf professional.

    At anchor - If the ship anchors in open water the ferrying ashore will be done with tenders or Zodiacs.

    Show arrival travel package
    Optional bookable
    Sunday, 24.06.2018

    Scheduled flight from Germany to Palma de Mallorca
    Transfer to embarkation point

    Sunday, 24.06.2018

    Palma de Mallorca/Mallorca/Balearic Islands/Spain
    Overnight stay on board

    Monday, 25.06.2018

    Palma de Mallorca, departure 14.00 hrs

    Explore Palma at your own pace after an overnight stay on board or join a city tour* that will show you the highlights of Mallorca’s capital, from the fortress to the cathedral. The Serra de Tramuntana mountains are best explored on a hike* – enjoy Mallorca’s culinary side at the Bodega Ribas*. A helicopter flight* is the perfect way to get in the mood for a cruise in the footsteps of the jet set.

    WELCOME TO THE CLUB!
    Beach clubs are perhaps the most sophisticated way to do absolutely nothing – our travel concierge recommends Nikki Beach*, Purobeach* and Mhares Sea*, all near Palma.

    Tuesday, 26.06.2018

    Barcelona/Spain , arrival 7.00 hrs

    Stroll along Las Ramblas at lunchtime, spend the afternoon in Park Guell and the evening in tapas and flamenco bars: Spain’s fashionable city enthrals at every turn. On a fascinating tour*, you will discover the Gothic Quarter, Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia and many other sights. A culinary walking tour* will get you in the mood for specialities from churros to jamon.

    Wednesday, 27.06.2018

    Barcelona, departure 13.00 hrs

    Thursday, 28.06.2018

    Marseille/France , 8.00 – 22.00 hrs

    The lively coastal city is a shopping paradise with exclusive boutiques and pop-up stores. A tour* will give you closer insights into modern and historic Marseille – if you like, you can climb the 120 steps to the basilica.

    Friday, 29.06.2018

    St. Tropez and Port Grimaud/France , 8.00 – 22.00 hrs

    Once this was a picturesque fishing village – then came the artists and high society: discover the hotspots on a tour* with a boat trip. Worth seeing: Port Grimaud with its little houses and les Coches d’Eau.

    Saturday, 30.06.2018

    Calvi/Corsica/France , 8.00 – 22.00 hrs

    The vibrant old town by the harbour and the fortress on the mountain – Calvi is a wonderful place to explore by yourself, especially considering the enticingly close and beautiful beach. The most secluded regions of the “Mountain in the Sea” are also worth a visit and can be explored in an all-terrain vehicle*, for example.

    Sunday, 01.07.2018

    Livorno (Florence)/Italy , 7.00 – 19.30 hrs

    The harbour is the starting point for an excursion to Florence* in the footsteps of Dante and Michelangelo – or to Pisa* with the Campo dei Miracoli.

    Monday, 02.07.2018

    Portofino/Italy , 8.00 – 18.00 hrs

    Glamour meets fishing village – and glamour wins. See and be seen on the seafront promenade – or climb the steps to the ridge on quieter paths. Over lunch*, try the finest olive oils in the legendary Hotel Splendido, or set out on a kayak* or stand-up paddling (SUP) tour*.

    Tuesday, 03.07.2018

    Nice/France , 8.00 – 18.00 hrs
    Monte Carlo/Monaco, arrival 20.00 hrs
    Overnight stay on board

    Nice has been a romantic destination since Cary Grant fell for Grace Kelly, and not just for the rich and beautiful. Take a detour to the attractive: Antibes with its famous Picasso museum* or Saint-Paul de Vence*, a picturesque artists’ village.

    Wednesday, 04.07.2018

    Monte Carlo

    The EUROPA 2 will be in the best of company amongst the luxury yachts. This is the end of your cruise.

    Show departure travel package
    Optional bookable
    Wednesday, 04.07.2018

    Transfer to Nice for scheduled flight to Germany

    Pre-cruise and post-cruise programmes for your trip

    The following programmes can be booked.

    Please note that our pre- and post-cruise programmes are conducted in German.
    For individual programmes kindly consult your travel agent.

    Following programmes we offer in German:

    Your private Pre and Post-Programs

    Discover your destinations in a personal setting for two - ideal for those who do not want to join a group. The excursions included in the program are accompanied by a local guide who will meet your individual wishes. In addition, there is sufficient time and space for your own activities. Transfers are organized with cars and private drivers. Prices for more or less than two persons are available on request.

    YOUR PRIVATE PRE-CRUISE PROGRAMME: EXPLORE MALLORCA PRIVATELY
    YOUR PRIVATE POST-CRUISE PROGRAMME: EXPLORE CHATEAU SAINT-MARTIN & SPA PRIVATELY.

    Your individual Travel arrangements

    Our travel concierge will be pleased to tailor exclusive travel arrangements to your wishes. From trendy design hotels to luxury beach resorts to insider tips for the most exciting metropolises - exclusive recommendations can be found here and at www.hl-cruises.com/travel-concierge. Your travel concierge is available to you before traveling and on board.

    YOUR INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL ARRANGEMENT – MALLORCA
    YOUR INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL ARRANGEMENT – MONTE CARLO

    * The pre- and post-cruise programmes and shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to change.

    You can look forward to the following programme:

    art2sea

    Famous museums and well-known galleries, art discussions with experts and artists on board: art2sea is a diverse, inspiring voyage into the world of art. In collaboration with WELTKUNST magazine and its editor-in-chief Dr Lisa Zeitz, popular artists provide an exciting look behind the scenes of the international art world.

    Dr Lisa Zeitz, editor-in-chief of WELTKUNST

    Lisa Zeitz is editor-in-chief of Weltkunst and Kunst und Auktionen. After studying art history in Freiburg and Florence, she obtained her PhD in Munich with a thesis on Titian. She worked at AXA Art Insurance in New York,... Read more

    Lisa Zeitz is editor-in-chief of Weltkunst and Kunst und Auktionen. After studying art history in Freiburg and Florence, she obtained her PhD in Munich with a thesis on Titian. She worked at AXA Art Insurance in New York, became the representative and CFO of Villa Grisebach Auctions, and later art market correspondent to Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. She published an awardwinning catalogue raisonne of Napoleonic medals together with her father, Joachim Zeitz, and wrote the biography of Werner Muensterberger (1913 to 2011) who was a collector of African art as well as a psychoanalyst specialising in collectors and forgers: “The Man with the Masks” (in German), Berlin Verlag, 2013. Lisa Zeitz lives in Berlin with her husband and three children.

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    Dr Lisa Zeitz, editor-in-chief of WELTKUNST

    Lisa Zeitz is editor-in-chief of Weltkunst and Kunst und Auktionen. After studying art history in Freiburg and Florence, she obtained her PhD in Munich with a thesis on Titian. She worked at AXA Art Insurance in New York, became the representative and CFO of Villa Grisebach Auctions, and later art market correspondent to Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. She published an awardwinning catalogue raisonne of Napoleonic medals together with her father, Joachim Zeitz, and wrote the biography of Werner Muensterberger (1913 to 2011) who was a collector of African art as well as a psychoanalyst specialising in collectors and forgers: “The Man with the Masks” (in German), Berlin Verlag, 2013. Lisa Zeitz lives in Berlin with her husband and three children.

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    Thole Rotermund, art dealer

    Born in 1967, Thole Rotermund came into contact with Henri Nannen while still at school. Nannen, the celebrated German journalist and modern art collector who founded the Kunsthalle in Emden, sparked Rotermund’s love affair... Read more

    Born in 1967, Thole Rotermund came into contact with Henri Nannen while still at school. Nannen, the celebrated German journalist and modern art collector who founded the Kunsthalle in Emden, sparked Rotermund’s love affair with classical modern art. This set him on his future career path and motivated him to move to Hamburg to study literature and art history. Study trips to San Francisco and Munich followed. He graduated with a master’s degree and worked on a number of freelance art projects. In 1997, he took up a post as an expert for modern art at the international auction house Villa Grisebach in Berlin. Three years later, he returned to Hamburg to set up a dealership, combining his enthusiasm for modern art with professional commitment. He started out as a specialist in classical modern works on paper and has since established his gallery – Thole Rotermund Kunsthandel – as one of Europe’s leading dealerships in modern art. It specialises in watercolours and drawings of early-20th-century artists: these include August Macke, Franz Marc, Paul Klee, Alexej von Jawlensky and Lyonel Feininger, as well as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Erich Heckel, Christian Rohlfs and Emil Nolde. But also the abstract tendencies of early post-war art – for example, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Eduard Bargheer, etc. – are represented.

    Besides classical art trade, Thole Rotermund offers highly professional advisory services designed to allow collectors to buy or sell artworks with confidence and discretion. Art-historical expertise, an eye for quality and close attention to detail are essential assets in helping to build up, manage and maintain collections, both private and public. Thole Rotermund Kunsthandel is represented on the major art fairs in Cologne, Munich, Hamburg and soon New York, and enjoys contacts with a strong network of international collectors and museum curators. In addition, Rotermund is member of the board of the Bundesverband deutscher Galerien und Kunsthändler (Association of German Galleries and Art Dealers).

    Already since 2008, Rotermund is a regular guest at the Gallery on the seas on MS EUROPA where, in the context of exhibitions with a contemporary orientation, he deliberately sets an accent on classical modern art.

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    Thole Rotermund, art dealer

    Born in 1967, Thole Rotermund came into contact with Henri Nannen while still at school. Nannen, the celebrated German journalist and modern art collector who founded the Kunsthalle in Emden, sparked Rotermund’s love affair with classical modern art. This set him on his future career path and motivated him to move to Hamburg to study literature and art history. Study trips to San Francisco and Munich followed. He graduated with a master’s degree and worked on a number of freelance art projects. In 1997, he took up a post as an expert for modern art at the international auction house Villa Grisebach in Berlin. Three years later, he returned to Hamburg to set up a dealership, combining his enthusiasm for modern art with professional commitment. He started out as a specialist in classical modern works on paper and has since established his gallery – Thole Rotermund Kunsthandel – as one of Europe’s leading dealerships in modern art. It specialises in watercolours and drawings of early-20th-century artists: these include August Macke, Franz Marc, Paul Klee, Alexej von Jawlensky and Lyonel Feininger, as well as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Erich Heckel, Christian Rohlfs and Emil Nolde. But also the abstract tendencies of early post-war art – for example, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Eduard Bargheer, etc. – are represented.

    Besides classical art trade, Thole Rotermund offers highly professional advisory services designed to allow collectors to buy or sell artworks with confidence and discretion. Art-historical expertise, an eye for quality and close attention to detail are essential assets in helping to build up, manage and maintain collections, both private and public. Thole Rotermund Kunsthandel is represented on the major art fairs in Cologne, Munich, Hamburg and soon New York, and enjoys contacts with a strong network of international collectors and museum curators. In addition, Rotermund is member of the board of the Bundesverband deutscher Galerien und Kunsthändler (Association of German Galleries and Art Dealers).

    Already since 2008, Rotermund is a regular guest at the Gallery on the seas on MS EUROPA where, in the context of exhibitions with a contemporary orientation, he deliberately sets an accent on classical modern art.

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    Jochen Hein, artist

    “You can look out for hours – yet the sea never looks back!”

    Nothing less than the majesty of nature is the subject of Jochen Hein, born in Husum, Germany, in 1960. “Man’s desire to make contact with something greater than... Read more

    “You can look out for hours – yet the sea never looks back!”

    Nothing less than the majesty of nature is the subject of Jochen Hein, born in Husum, Germany, in 1960. “Man’s desire to make contact with something greater than himself is the impetus for my paintings and the perpetual engine fuelling my art,” Hein says of his works, which show the landscape of his homeland. These studies of nature are not anachronistic, but timeless; their precision and brilliance are reminiscent of German Romantics and their atmospheric density have the effect of condensing the moment. Some of his paintings are scarcely bigger than a school exercise book, while others fill an entire museum wall. Yet whatever the format, they show the power, vastness and mystery of a nature, that can indeed touch and shape mankind, but can equally well get by without human beings.

    Jochen Hein’s paintings depict a depth, a richness of details and structures whose quality goes beyond any technical reproduction. Hein’s motifs are collective archetypes – such as tree, grass, sea – which he transposes in an intricate painting process into thin skins of paint on compact, almost sculptural canvases. “The tension between the spatial effect of the paintings from a distance, and their banal, material nature when viewed up-close reflects the tension that lies between expectation and reality.”

    Hein’s paintings are scintillating objects of great painterly charm and are simultaneously windows that open onto a nature which is both familiar and ineffable.

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    Jochen Hein, artist

    “You can look out for hours – yet the sea never looks back!”

    Nothing less than the majesty of nature is the subject of Jochen Hein, born in Husum, Germany, in 1960. “Man’s desire to make contact with something greater than himself is the impetus for my paintings and the perpetual engine fuelling my art,” Hein says of his works, which show the landscape of his homeland. These studies of nature are not anachronistic, but timeless; their precision and brilliance are reminiscent of German Romantics and their atmospheric density have the effect of condensing the moment. Some of his paintings are scarcely bigger than a school exercise book, while others fill an entire museum wall. Yet whatever the format, they show the power, vastness and mystery of a nature, that can indeed touch and shape mankind, but can equally well get by without human beings.

    Jochen Hein’s paintings depict a depth, a richness of details and structures whose quality goes beyond any technical reproduction. Hein’s motifs are collective archetypes – such as tree, grass, sea – which he transposes in an intricate painting process into thin skins of paint on compact, almost sculptural canvases. “The tension between the spatial effect of the paintings from a distance, and their banal, material nature when viewed up-close reflects the tension that lies between expectation and reality.”

    Hein’s paintings are scintillating objects of great painterly charm and are simultaneously windows that open onto a nature which is both familiar and ineffable.

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    Axel Rüger, Director Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

    Axel Rüger was born in Dortmund in 1968. He studied art history in Berlin at the Freie Universitaet, at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom and at Queen’s University, Kingston, in Canada. Rüger worked at a number of... Read more

    Axel Rüger was born in Dortmund in 1968. He studied art history in Berlin at the Freie Universitaet, at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom and at Queen’s University, Kingston, in Canada. Rüger worked at a number of museums in Atlanta, Detroit and Washington before being appointed as curator of Dutch Pain-tings (1600 to 1800) at the National Gallery in London. During his time in London, Rüger curated international exhibitions such as Vermeer and the Delft School, Aelbert Cuyp and Masterpieces of Seventeenth Century Dutch Portrait Painting.

    In April 2006, Axel Rüger became the director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Under his leadership, a number of large-scale projects have been realised, such as the exhibitions Van Gogh and the colours of the night, Van Gogh at Work, Munch: Van Gogh, a large-scale research project on and complete new edition of Van Gogh’s letters, the re-display of the permanent collection and a new website as well as a new multimedia tour. In 2015, the museum also realised a new 20-million-euro expansion with a new main entrance. Under Rüger’s leadership, the museum has grown to 2.1 million annual visitors.

    Rüger has published on 17th-century Dutch art. Now he lectures on the Van Gogh Museum and museological topics and appears regularly in the media.

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    Axel Rüger, Director Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

    Axel Rüger was born in Dortmund in 1968. He studied art history in Berlin at the Freie Universitaet, at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom and at Queen’s University, Kingston, in Canada. Rüger worked at a number of museums in Atlanta, Detroit and Washington before being appointed as curator of Dutch Pain-tings (1600 to 1800) at the National Gallery in London. During his time in London, Rüger curated international exhibitions such as Vermeer and the Delft School, Aelbert Cuyp and Masterpieces of Seventeenth Century Dutch Portrait Painting.

    In April 2006, Axel Rüger became the director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Under his leadership, a number of large-scale projects have been realised, such as the exhibitions Van Gogh and the colours of the night, Van Gogh at Work, Munch: Van Gogh, a large-scale research project on and complete new edition of Van Gogh’s letters, the re-display of the permanent collection and a new website as well as a new multimedia tour. In 2015, the museum also realised a new 20-million-euro expansion with a new main entrance. Under Rüger’s leadership, the museum has grown to 2.1 million annual visitors.

    Rüger has published on 17th-century Dutch art. Now he lectures on the Van Gogh Museum and museological topics and appears regularly in the media.

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    Carola Persiehl, gallery owner

    When the art gallery Commeter was inaugurated at its initial address in Johannisstraße in October of 1821, it was the first enterprise of its kind in Hamburg. Until 1847, the founding fathers Ernst Georg Harzen (1790-1862)... Read more

    When the art gallery Commeter was inaugurated at its initial address in Johannisstraße in October of 1821, it was the first enterprise of its kind in Hamburg. Until 1847, the founding fathers Ernst Georg Harzen (1790-1862) and Matthias Commeter (1791-1869) had a significant influence and impact on the domain of art in Hamburg. However, the gallery also remained an important institution of Hamburg’s art life after the founding period - in 1847, it was taken over by Wilhelm Becker and Christian Meyer. They were succeeded in 1878 by Wilhelm Suhr, who relocated the premises to Hermannstraße and successfully introduced the gallery to the dawning age of modernity. Under the management of Wilhelm Suhr junior, the gallery found a new home in a gorgeous art nouveau building in 1908, which is where it is still to be found today. For merely a brief period as of the year 1952, the gallery was managed by Andreas Suhr, whose daughter Hella Suhr ensued as his successor together with her husband Bernd Sommer in 1969. Hella Suhr passed on the managerial responsibility in 1997 – within the family, of course: Carola Persiehl, whose great-great-grandfather had taken over the art gallery Commerter back in his time, manages the business to the present day.
    And with her, the gallery has arrived at the heart of contemporary art. Her programme is compiled on the basis of an attitude which has very much shaped the gallery since the beginning: “You need to fall in love with a painting if you want to recommend it“, says Carola Persiehl about her work. A love of art and business acumen, the combination of idealism and knowledge with the pragmatic maxim that the good, true and beautiful also comes at a price – this is the legacy of Harzen and Commeter. It has been preserved throughout the changing times of history and makes up the solid foundation for all the art objects we will also be able to discover at the gallery Commeter in the future.

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    Carola Persiehl, gallery owner

    When the art gallery Commeter was inaugurated at its initial address in Johannisstraße in October of 1821, it was the first enterprise of its kind in Hamburg. Until 1847, the founding fathers Ernst Georg Harzen (1790-1862) and Matthias Commeter (1791-1869) had a significant influence and impact on the domain of art in Hamburg. However, the gallery also remained an important institution of Hamburg’s art life after the founding period - in 1847, it was taken over by Wilhelm Becker and Christian Meyer. They were succeeded in 1878 by Wilhelm Suhr, who relocated the premises to Hermannstraße and successfully introduced the gallery to the dawning age of modernity. Under the management of Wilhelm Suhr junior, the gallery found a new home in a gorgeous art nouveau building in 1908, which is where it is still to be found today. For merely a brief period as of the year 1952, the gallery was managed by Andreas Suhr, whose daughter Hella Suhr ensued as his successor together with her husband Bernd Sommer in 1969. Hella Suhr passed on the managerial responsibility in 1997 – within the family, of course: Carola Persiehl, whose great-great-grandfather had taken over the art gallery Commerter back in his time, manages the business to the present day.
    And with her, the gallery has arrived at the heart of contemporary art. Her programme is compiled on the basis of an attitude which has very much shaped the gallery since the beginning: “You need to fall in love with a painting if you want to recommend it“, says Carola Persiehl about her work. A love of art and business acumen, the combination of idealism and knowledge with the pragmatic maxim that the good, true and beautiful also comes at a price – this is the legacy of Harzen and Commeter. It has been preserved throughout the changing times of history and makes up the solid foundation for all the art objects we will also be able to discover at the gallery Commeter in the future.

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    Circus Roncalli

    The best circus in Europe (Herald Tribune) has been wowing its audience for 40 years. With the programme “Die Reise zum Regenbogen” (Journey to the rainbow), founder and director Bernhard Paul has been hailed an innovator of circus art and has created a veritable work of art with Roncalli. It is... Read more

    The best circus in Europe (Herald Tribune) has been wowing its audience for 40 years. With the programme “Die Reise zum Regenbogen” (Journey to the rainbow), founder and director Bernhard Paul has been hailed an innovator of circus art and has created a veritable work of art with Roncalli. It is truly a fairy-tale circus and made with much love for detail. Now the dream circus is off on a cruise and is bringing a selection of hand-picked artists to the stage in a poetic programme.

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    Family cruise

    Holiday time is family time – and particularly relaxing on the EUROPA 2: with plenty of opportunities for parents and children to explore the world together and go their own ways. In addition to a varied on-board programme of games and sports as well as arts and crafts, children and teens on family... Read more

    Holiday time is family time – and particularly relaxing on the EUROPA 2: with plenty of opportunities for parents and children to explore the world together and go their own ways. In addition to a varied on-board programme of games and sports as well as arts and crafts, children and teens on family cruises can take part in excursions* that have been specially designed for them. Our travel concierge will be happy to provide you with recommendations for your personal family excursions*.

    * This service is not included in the cruise price.

     

     

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    MS EUROPA 2 - FREEDOM THAT TAKES YOU PLACES

    The EUROPA 2

    All the promises of a yacht and the serenity of a small resort: on board the EUROPA 2, you can enjoy the highest level of casual luxury with a maximum of 500 guests. The ship has been awarded the coveted distinction of 5-stars-plus by the Berlitz Cruise Guide 2018.

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    Suites

    Plenty of room to feel good in our suites. On board there are no cabins but only suites with their own veranda. With a size of 35 to 114 m² and unlimited open space.

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    Restaurants

    Delicious diversity in seven restaurants. From upscale modern cuisine to a rich variety of Asian delights. Some opulent, some light, some fresh from the grill, some rustically inspired. The stylish ambiance in the seven restaurants underscores the most pleasurable gourmet expectations.

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    Bars

    Atmospheric evenings in six stylish bars. The bars on board the EUROPA 2 will quickly become your favourite places. Whichever you choose, a discreet service, a wide selection of drinks and snacks, as well as a wonderful ambience will provide you with unforgettable moments during your stay on board.

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    Relaxation

    The spacious OCEAN SPA awaits you with everything you could wish for to vitalise body and mind over an area of more than 800 m²/8,611 ft². And so that you never forget where you are, you'll always have a fantastic view of the open sea.

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    Entertainment

    Raise the curtain! Enjoy unforgettable events and spectacular shows featuring famous artists and stars on board the EUROPA 2. Great comedy, music from classical to pop, and exciting presentations and talks - and always first class.

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    Experience the most beautiful golf courses with Hapag-Lloyd Cruises

    On our exclusive Golf & Cruise voyages we have reserved the best greens for you in advance and put together attractive basic packages.

    Basic package: 4 courses
    € 1,450 per person

    Additional course:
    € 240 per person

    Golf - flight after flight with the jet set

    Tue 26.06 Barcelona – Llavaneras GC
    Golf Club Llavaneras offers a challenging course of 5028 meters long with narrow but well-defined, medium-sized greens protected by bunkers and where water is present along the same. The course is suitable for all types of players, from novices to experienced ones. The always present sea views, vegetation (offering an excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife), and excellent weather conditions throughout the year, together with an excellent course maintenance, will transmit unforgettable sensations to all players and make them want to repeat the experience.

    Thu 28.06 Marseille – Golf de Fregate
    This golf course is situated high up on a plateau and features fairways lined with mature trees. Due to the layout of the course, the walking route requires a good level of fitness. Players also need to carry a good amount of balls here due to the terrain – if your ball goes astray, you’ll probably have a hard time finding it again.

    Fri 29.06 St. Tropez and Port Grimaud – Golf de Roquebrune Resort
    Slopes are the order of the day here! This 18-hole course incorporates the topographical conditions of the local area – which are not always easy – so it’s a good idea for players to practise on inclined ground in advance. On these very striking fairways, it is advisable for players to study the terrain carefully before taking each shot. The interesting fairways are lined with handsome mature trees. When you arrive at the 18th green, you will be able to look back on a scenic but challenging course.

    Tue 03.07 Nice – Golf de la Grande Bastide
    Nestled within a region rich in aromas, the architect Cabel Robinson has succeeded in setting the Grande Bastide Golf Course within magnificent natural surroundings. The course is set on a gently undulating site comprising of 7 lakes, open fairways and large bunkers. The length of the tees offers a challenge for the experienced Golfer and a pleasant course for those wishing to perfect their game.

    Bettina Bensinger

    On this Golf trip on board: Bettina Bensinger

    PGA-Golfprofessional

    Price specials - Extended fun

    Extend your stay with the previous cruise EUX1814 and save € 800 per person. Extend your stay with the subsequent cruise EUX1816 and save € 600 per person (Applies to categories 1 – 14).

    This cruise is currently fully booked – our customer service will gladly put you on the waiting list: +49 40 3070 3050
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    Additional included services

    IN YOUR SUITE

    • Mini bar, refilled on a daily basis
    • Nespresso machine
    • 24-hour suite service
    • Butler service in the Penthouse, Grand Penthouse and Owner Suites
    • Personal EUROPA 2 e-mail account

    RESTAURANTS

    • Seven gourmet restaurants at no extra cost, with flexible mealtimes and no fixed seating plans
    • Breakfast, lunch, dinner
    • Tea and coffee specialities

    RELAXATION & FITNESS

    • OCEAN SPA and fitness area covering an area of 1,000 m² (10,764 ft²)
    • Extensive range of fitness classes from spinning to outdoor pilates
    • Four saunas and state-of-the-art training apparatus

    ENTERTAINMENT

    • Different entertainment programme every day
    • Free use of the Internet* on board

    FAMILIES

    • Comprehensive programme of games and sports as well as arts and crafts for children from 4 years of age and for teens
    • Baby welcome package for parents with babies and small children up to 3 years of age
    • Children up to and including 11 years of age travel free in the suite of their parents or other fully paying guardians

    SEE MORE, EXPERIENCE MORE

    • Available for free hire: bicycles (subject to official approval) and snorkelling equipment


    FOR ALL CASES

    • Travel cancellation insurance (only included for guests of the European Economic Area and Switzerland)



    Clear and simple – our pricing model

    ¹ Please note that you can choose between a Veranda Suite and an Ocean Suite.

    ² You pay only the guaranteed price for double occupancy shown here per person. Accommodation will be provided in a Veranda Suite or Ocean Suite in category 1 – 4, subject to availability. If you book a combination of one cruise with another cruise in a guaranteed Veranda or Ocean Suite, no combination discount will be offered and it will be necessary to change suites between the individual cruises. Continuous occupancy of the same suite throughout the cruises is not possible. You will receive your exact suite number at the time of embarkation on board (limited allotment).

    More travel information can be found here.

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