Europe’s # 1 self-driven boating company Le Boat has launched a new program as per popular demand. The very poplar “the vision” program will be now available across more of Europe’s waterways for the 2013 cruising holidays. Along with the existing vessels that are currently operating in France and Germany, Le Boat will have additional ones joining their lineup in UK, Belgium, Holland and Ireland.
Le Boat’s COO Cheryl Powell mentioned that “the Vision” is going to be available on both hybrid (diesel + electric) and non-hybrid (diesel) models of vessels. All across Europe, the company is setting new standards in luxury cruising. Incidentally Le Boat was the first cruise holiday company which started putting a lot of emphasis on creating green cruise lines in a bid to secure the future of the waterways. Their green vessels came equipped with the latest marine technology apart from all the latest in luxury to offer an unique blend of nature consciousness and luxury cruising. More and more patrons of the cruise line started showing an inclination for the Vision and requested for its availability across more waterways in Europe. Starting 2013 that is exactly what is going to happen.
Available in both Vision3 and Vision4 configurations, that sleeps respectively 6+4 and 8+1, the Vision is a floating 5 star experience that strikes a fine balance between very high levels of comfort with an eye towards nature conservation. En-suite bathrooms, flat screen TVs, air conditioning means everything that there is never going to be any compromise on luxury.
In France the Vision is available as a choice between a scenic tour of the countryside or a ride to the seaside breaks. More and more people choose for the leisurely cruise of the countryside which offers them a glimpse of the fantastic views of the country.
Jabel and Marina Wolfbruch the two vessels in Germany offer anglers a time of their life, allowing them to explore the pristine waters of the North East of the country while also indulging in a bit of fishing. There are many smokehouses along the route which offers anglers to smoke their catch of the day while they contemplate on the day gone by over a glass of local beer. The Potsdam base is more suitable for someone who cannot leave the city life behind. Accessible easily from Berlin this cruise is more city centric.
The Vision UK is a combination of leisurely cruise over the Thames with a glimpse of the picturesque British countryside. Ample opportunities to hang out at the local pubs, indulge in a bit of picnic and a dose of history along the way is what can be expected.
Belgium is known for its wonderful variety of chocolates and beer. The cruise takes one through Belgium’s beautiful countryside; towns steeped in history and of course a chance to savor the taste of Belgium’s finest chocolates and beer.
If you wish to savor the Dutch cruise then you must come to the Friesland region for a taste of the local culture, the slow-paced style of daily life and or if you’re interested in a bit of watersports.
Ireland is known for its dramatic landscapes, mystic lakes and views to die for. The river Shannon and river Erne are two cruises which provide a cruise enthusiasts a time of their life exploring the breathtaking scenery of the countryside. Enjoy traditional Irish hospitality, music and plenty of outdoor activities while on the Ireland cruise.