Following its debut in Africa in 2017, CroisiEurope is building a second ship to sail on the Chobe and Zambezi rivers.
Construction of African Dream II will commence in 2018 and the launch date will be December 2018. The vessel, carrying 16 passengers in eight river-facing cabins, will be the sister vessel to African Dream and have a 1:1 crew-to-passenger ratio. It will be classified as one of the line's premium 5 anchor-class ships.
The eight deluxe suites situated on the lower deck all measure 183 square feet, with six featuring French balconies. Two of the cabins will each have a 38-square-foot balcony. The Upper Deck has a panoramic lounge and bar, plus a rooftop patio with a pool and loungers.
Croisi is planning to sell the cruise -- which is just three days and three nights -- as cruise only, unlike its sister ship which is sold as part of an eight-day package. Full details of the land/cruise tours have not yet been announced.
In addition to passengers from the line's French homeland, CroisiEurope attracts international travelers and members of the crew are bilingual, with onboard information and announcements in English along with English-speaking guides on excursions.
CroisiEurope's La Belle de l'Adriatique, a 198-passenger oceangoing vessel, was purpose-built for coastal cruises and sails to Greece, Croatia, Montenegro and Cyprus.
The 142-passenger Infante Don Henrique is one of three CroisiEurope river vessels that sail on Portugal's Douro and measures 246 feet in length.
CroisiEurope's Princesse d'Aquitaine, a 138-passenger vessel based on the Gironde River, operates cruises through southwest France. It boasts spacious public areas and an emphasis on its French heritage.