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"Arielle Summer 2007 - heralding a new era in great value cruising"
We have great pleasure in announcing the launch of our Summer 2007 cruise programme aboard m/s Arielle heralding a new and exciting era in great value cruising.
We have joined forces with Transcoean Tours to offer five fabulous cruising
opportunities aboard their impressive passenger cruise liner Arielle during her inaugural programme of cruises from Britain. All cruises conveniently sail from the London Cruise Terminal, Tilbury and our exciting programme of one and two week itineraries visit some truly fascinating places including; the spectacular scenery of the Norwegian Fjords, the awesome beauty of the Land of the Midnight Sun,
glorious St Petersburg and the richly diverse Baltic Cities, the natural wonders of Iceland, the Land of Ice and Fire and our ever popular Round Britain cruises.
Arielle is an elegant and well appointed medium sized cruise ship offering a
traditional cruising experience in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. With a blend of established and contemporary styling, Arielle offers a wide range of well laid out public facilities and a generous amount of deck space with a good choice of comfortable cabin accommodation and exceptional service standards provided by an experienced and attentive crew.
You’ll be in the very good company of around 1,000 British passengers and we look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you aboard Arielle in 2007.
Arielle is operated by the hugely respected Bremen based Transocean Tours who were established in 1954. Transocean offer a worldwide ocean cruise programme with their fleet of three elegant ships which also includes the 20,000grt sister ships, Astor and Astoria. In addition, they also operate seven river cruise vessels in Europe and China and carry around 55,000 passengers a year. They are now bringing their wealth of cruising experience and expertise to the United Kingdom to offer a dedicated series of cruises for the British traveller.