Monday, June 28, 2010
MS EUROPA, THE ONLY CRUISE SHIP IN THE WORLD TO RECEIVE THE SIX STAR DIAMOND AWARD
(New York, NY) June 28, 2010 –For the third time in a row, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' MS EUROPA is the only cruise line in the world to be awarded the prestigious six star diamond award by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences. The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences is renowned worldwide for awarding excellence in the global travel and luxury services sector. Each year the Academy bestows its coveted International Star Diamond Award exclusively to five star establishments that are deemed to be the pinnacle of quality by its esteemed Board of Trustees.
"The MS EUROPA is the only ship amongst our members deserving of the six star diamond recognition, it's the most elite of its kind, said Academy president, Joseph D. Cinque. "We believe the MS EUROPA is one of the most beautiful yachts in the world and has earned its right as a six star diamond award recipient for three consecutive years."
EUROPA is the first "all-suites" cruise ship, with staterooms that are never less than 290 square feet, 80% of them having their own veranda, assuring privacy and relaxation. The EUROPA is one of the few ships in the cruise industry that offers guests the largest space per passenger, as well as one of the highest staff passenger ratios, with 280 staff members for max. 408 guests.
The EUROPA offering international cruises (German/English) ensures English-speaking passengers feel comfortable from the moment they step onboard.
For more information on the EUROPA's '10-'11 bilingual itineraries visit www.hl-cruises.com or contact one of the sales partners below.
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