Europa for Kids

Editor Rating:  4.5
85% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose Europa?

  • Offers big-ship amenities, cosmopolitan ambience
  • Comprehensive and exciting worldwide deployment
  • Michelin chef Dieter Muller's outstanding restaurant

Europa for Families

Editor Rating

A truly sweet kids' facility, called Kinder Club, is a bit of an anachronism when compared with more state-of-the-art children's areas we've seen on other lines. The room, with a soft play area, crafts corner and shelves of books and games, is meant to serve kids from ages 4 to 11, but on our cruise, most children stayed with their families. There's a separate (and rather dreary) Teens Club with Wii, a foosball table, movies, books and games.

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Member Since 2012
12 reviews
657 forum posts
0 helpful votes
This was my first cruise with Hapag-Lloyd’s “most beautiful yacht in the world,” the MS Europa, 13 nights, Lisbon to Nice. I had previously cruised with my husband on the more modern, and advertised as bilingual, HL ... Read more
Member Since 2009
2 reviews
55 forum posts
0 helpful votes
The Europa has been called by Berlitz as the “best cruise ship Americans never heard of”. We have been several times on Crystal, Regent and Seabourn but this was our first time on Europa. A good opportunity to see if we ... Read more
colin bell
Member Since 2009
2 reviews
8 forum posts
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Sailed October 2010
Background Hapag-Lloyd is not a generally well known cruise line for British passengers. It has only 4 ships ranging from small expedition ships (such as the Hanseatic) to its flagship MS Europa which, shortly before our departure, ... Read more
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