The luxury cruise and tour operator has also launched its 2019 Europe pre-release brochure, with deals and discounts on European tours and cruises.
APT will set sail along Croatia’s Adriatic Coast next year, chartering the brand-new yacht-style small ship Queen Eleganza.
With 18 passenger cabins, the Croatian-made ship is built specifically for the Adriatic coastline — being smaller, it can get into places that bigger ships can’t reach.
It'll accommodate no more than 36 guests, who'll be able to relax on the sun decks, get a drink at the bar or something to eat at the on-board restaurant, or even swim right off the back of the ship.
Queen Eleganza will cruise by day, allowing guests to take in the coastline and enjoy evenings in local towns.
The company has also launched its 2019 Europe pre-release brochure with deals and discounts valid for bookings to April 30.
Discounted itineraries include the 15-day Magnificent Europe river cruise between Amsterdam and Budapest, which now costs from $6995 per person twin share.
There’s also a Fly Free SuperDeal with return economy airfares, including taxes of up to $250.
- For more on APT's Croatia cruises, phone 1300 196 420.
- For additional information on the 2019 Europe pre-release, see travel agents or go to aptouring.com.au/destinations/europe.
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