NEW YORK -- Peter Deilmann Cruises debuted packages combining
seven-night Baltic sailings on a re-created 19th-century tall ship
with six tours to the Norwegian fjords, St. Petersburg, Russia, and
the Elbe River in Germany.
The 50-passenger Lili Marleen will sail two alternating
itineraries in the lower Baltic Sea from the German port of
Neustadt through October.
The western Baltic sailings call at Aeroskobing, Funen and
Copenhagen, Denmark; Falkenberg, Sweden; and Wismar, Germany.
Meanwhile, the eastern sailings will stop at Ystad, Sweden; the
Danish island of Bornholm; and Gdynia, Poland, for a visit to the
nearby historic port of Gdansk.
Deilmann is offering 11-night independent tours combining either
itinerary with three days in St. Petersburg; departures are
available weekly, and all-inclusive rates start at $3,445 per
A 14-night itinerary combines either sailing with a jaunt from
Stockholm, Sweden, to Oslo, Balestrand and Bergen, Norway, via
train and fjord cruise.
Departures are May to September; all-inclusive prices start at
Another 14-night itinerary pairs a Baltic sailing with a
weeklong cruise on the Elbe aboard the 106-passenger Dresden,
calling at Wittenberg, Meissen and Hamburg, Germany; rates start at
Seven-night sailings aboard the Lili Marleen alone also are
available, starting at $1,650 per person in twin-bed cabins.
All prices include first-class hotel with breakfast, air transit
within Europe, first-class rail, ferries, shore excursions,
sightseeing and transfers.
Commissions on all Deilmann products is 10%.
For information, call (800) 348-8287 or visit www.deilmann-cruises.com.