The folks at easyCruise have unveiled the design of easyCruiseTwo, which represents a new look for the budget cruise operator. Gone are the days of “all orange, all the time.” Now the ship will sport a color scheme of graphite grey with orange trim.
The upgrades are not confined only to color. The new ship, which begins its Holland and Belgium cruises on August 11, features a redesigned restaurant and bar, and all cabins now have windows. The easyCruiseOne will undergo a similar transformation when it finishes its Mediterranean sailing season in October. Interestingly, the ship will return to the Caribbean after its makeover; based on [% 329012 | | my experience %] sailing with easyCruise, I hope the company picks a different itinerary for this winter’s cruises.
If you want to sail on easyCruiseTwo during its first season, you can still find prices starting from seven pounds (approximately $13) per person per night. The ship calls in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp, and Brussels. The lowest prices are available for October and November sailings.
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