Like the line's 4,077-ton, 170-passenger easyCruiseOne, the new ship will sail late at night and arrive in a new port each day by lunchtime, allowing passengers to experience local nightlife and cuisine. easyCruiseTwo will also offer the line's eye-poppingly low rates -- bookings will begin in May from as little as $22 per person, per night, with passengers able to hop on and off at will as long as they stay a minimum of two nights.
The new vessel, currently sailing as the M.P.S. Frontera, will sport the easyCruise logo but continue to be operated by the Netherlands-based Boonstra River Line. All cabins will have windows and private bathrooms. Onboard facilities will include a sundeck, hot tub, bar and restaurant. Click here to get a preview of the new vessel.
easyCruise has also announced that changes are on the way for easyCruiseOne -- including a new toned-down look. During the ship's October 2006 dry dock, its vibrant orange hull will be painted gray with orange trim, and some inside cabins will be transformed into oceanview staterooms. Catch a glimpse of the new look here.
Finally, the line will be making changes to the onboard food and beverage offerings for both ships, promising "a more upscale, international dining experience." We'll keep you posted.