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MS Europa 2 Voyage 1604 - February 13-27, 2016

Traditions and natural paradises, impressive temples and unspoilt idyllic beaches: enjoy the fascinating worlds of South East Asia with the EUROPA 2. Pulau Pantara, Pink Beach and Malcapuya Island, with their white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and colourful underwater worlds, are great places to spend some time. Visit the temple complex of Borobodur**, a unique religious construction, or meet the extremely hospitable people on Bali, the “island of the gods”. On Borneo, as well as discovering a genuine natural paradise, you will have the opportunity to observe orphaned orang utans in the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary** – a touching encounter.

Highlights of this cruise:

  • Borobudur**: one of the largest temple complexes in South East Asia.
  • On the trail of a unique culture: the land of the Toraja**.
  • The island of the gods: Bali.
  • Unforgettable encounters with orang utans in the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary** on Borneo.

** The shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to changes.


Sat13-Feb-2016 Singapore/Singapore
Transfer to the embarkation point, departure 21.00 hrs 
Before the start of your cruise, explore the dazzling city of Singapore or the impressive temples of Angkor Wat as part of our pre-cruise programmes*.
Sun14-Feb-2016 Relaxation at sea
Mon15-Feb-2016 Pulau Pantara/Indonesia, 8.00 – 16.00 hrs 
Start your cruise in paradise, with white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, which are perfect for snorkelling in the colourful underwater world.
Tue16-Feb-2016 Semarang/Java/Indonesia, 8.00 – 19.00 hrs 
Take a rickshaw tour** to immerse yourself in the exotic hustle and bustle of Semarang. Alternatively, from here you can visit a unique religious monument – the temple complex of Borobudur**. The terraced pyramid in the centre of the complex offers fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.
Wed17-Feb-2016 Relaxation at sea
Thu18-Feb-2016 Parepare/Sulawesi/Indonesia, 6.00 – 19.00 hrs 
This small coastal town is your starting point for an exciting excursion into the land of the Toraja**, who are famous for their unusual death cult: jewelled sarcophagi stand upright in tombs cut into the rock and are “watched over” by tau tau – carved figures that represent the dead. Alternatively, you can go on a “country and people”** excursion to discover the Bugis art of boatbuilding.
Fri19-Feb-2016 Pink Beach/Komodo/Indonesia, 14.30 – 19.00 hrs 
Komodo is famous for its beautiful beaches – in particular Pink Beach to the south-east of Loh Liang, where you can spend a few hours relaxing.
Sat20-Feb-2016 Benoa/Bali/Indonesia, arrival 13.00 hrs 
Bali is known as the “island of the gods” – and its habitants are extremely hospitable. White-and-black beaches and green rice terraces provide some amazing impressions. On a Balinese bicycle tour**, you can experience the fascinating countryside and culture of the island. The excursion on the next day to the Ulun Danu Temple** will show you the importance of religion here. In its picturesque location on the shores of Lake Bratan, the temple features a blend of Hindu and Buddhist elements. Bali’s underwater world is also well worth visiting – our travel concierge service will be happy to organise an individual diving trip** for you.
Sun21-Feb-2016 Benoa, departure 17.00 hrs
Mon22-Feb-2016 - Tue, 23-Feb-2016 Relaxation at sea
Wed24-Feb-2016 Sandakan/Borneo/Sabah/Malaysia, 7.00 – 18.00 hrs 
Dense jungle and pristine mangroves: Borneo is a genuine natural paradise. In the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary**, you will have the opportunity to observe orphaned orang utans – a touching encounter.
Thu25-Feb-2016 Puerto Princesa/Palawan/Philippines, 10.00 – 19.00 hrs 
Decide for yourself how you would like to explore this idyllic island – on a nature adventure in the Irawan Eco Park**, which will take you right into the jungle with its native tribes, on a tricycle** (motorised rickshaw) or on a boat trip** along white sandy beaches.
Fri26-Feb-2016 Malcapuya Island/Calamian Group/Philippines, 7.00 – 17.00 hrs 
Snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing: spend the day as you please on the island’s unspoilt beaches.
Sat27-Feb-2016 Manila/Philippines, arrival 7.00 hrs
Bid farewell to the EUROPA 2 in the capital of the Philippines.
Suite Type Cruise only
Veranda/Ocean Suite $11,300
Veranda/Ocean Suite $12,730
Veranda/Ocean Suite for Single Occupancy $16,010
Veranda/Ocean Suite $14,200
Veranda/Ocean Suite $14,800
Veranda/Ocean Suite for Single Occupancy $19,020
Veranda Suite $15,980
Grand Ocean Suite $20,790
Grand Ocean Suite $22,170
Penthouse Suite $24,830
Penthouse Suite $27,490
Grand Penthouse Suite on request 
Owner Suite on request 
Family apartment (2x20 m²) $14,800
Penthouse Suite, Equipped for Disabled Guests $20,840
Extra Bed for Third Person $8,160
Guaranteed Veranda/Ocean Suite¹ $10,260
5% early booking discount (cruise only) until 17-Jul-2015

All fares are based on the current Euro to Dollar exchange rate and are subject to change.

¹ You pay only the guaranteed price for double occupancy shown here. Accommodation will be provided in a Veranda/Ocean Suite of Category 1 to 4, subject to availability. If you book a combination of several cruises in a guaranteed Veranda/Ocean Suite, it will be necessary to change suites after each individual cruise. Continuous occupancy of the same suite throughout the cruises is not possible. You will receive your exact suite number on board at the beginning of the cruise (limited allotment).

² If you book your cruise 210 days (approx. 7 months) or earlier prior to departure, you will receive an early booking discount of 5% on the cruise-only price (catalogue price minus surcharge for travel arrangements to cruise departure point and from cruise arrival point as well as share of fuel costs (ship)).