CDF Croisieres de France

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CDF Croisieres de France Highlights

CDF Croisieres de France Fleet (1)

CDF Croisieres de France put 30 million euros into refurbishing the 37,012-ton, 752-passenger Bleu de France, which sailed as Hapag Lloyd's original, top-notch luxury ship, Europa; Star Cruises' SuperStar Europe the SuperStar Aires (sailing Pacific Rim cruises); and as Pullmantur's Holiday Dream.

About CDF Croisieres de France

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. introduced CDF Croisieres de France in September 2007, further expanding its reach in Europe, where it already owns Spain's largest cruise line, Pullmantur. The new French line features a single ship, Bleu de France, which specifically caters to French tastes, with French being the exclusive language used onboard.


The extensive refurbishment included significant alterations to many of the ship's public spaces, staterooms and entertainment and dining venues, as well as the addition of a new livery.

The onboard vibe is casual-chic, with plenty of deck space for sunning, several pools and whirpools, set-seating dinner and bars that are open late. Passengers can drink at will, with alcohol (and tips) included in the cost of the cruise.
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