Easter Cruise to Cochem

You can enjoy some wonderful spring sunshine in the beautiful Rhine and Moselle valleys on board the Statendam. You will discover some of the gems of this region during the six day holiday, such as beautiful Koblenz and of course our final destination Cochem, a lively wine town in the Moselle Valley.

Friday April 10: Arnhem - Düsseldorf

We welcome you on board and we depart from Arnhem at 08:30. On the way you will have plenty of time to explore this comfortable ship and meet the other passengers. Early in the evening we’ll arrive in Düsseldorf. You will have the opportunity to take a walk in the nearby town centre. On your way you will pass by countless cafes where the Altbier (Old Beer) flows freely.

Saturday April 11: Düsseldorf - Cologne - Andernach

We will arrive in Cologne during lunch, and anyone who thinks of Cologne, thinks of the Dom, its cathedral. This imposing gothic structure is certainly worth a visit. The city has much more to offer; the extensive shopping streets are a paradise for the shoppers among you. The world famous 4711 Eau de Cologne can be found on the Glockengasse. But there’s no shortage of museums, and our favourite is definitely the Chocolate Museum. At the end of the afternoon we sail on to Andernach where we stay overnight.

Sunday April 12: Andernach - Cochem

Today is Easter Sunday. An extensive and delicious Easter breakfast awaits you in the restaurant. Earlier, we set sail for Cochem. After we have passed through the first lock near Coblenz we change course onto the peaceful Moselle. The famous town of Cochem is a lively and characteristic place. By visiting the fortress(*) you will get wonderful views of the town and the Moselle valley.

Monday April 13: Cochem - Koblenz

Enjoy the scenery this morning. We will arrive in Koblenz during lunch. You can walk into the centre right from our landing stage. There are many pleasant pavement cafes, beer gardens and wine bars in the squares in the town centre. The town is wedged between the Moselle and the Rhine. The Deutsche Eck, the point where the Moselle flows into the Rhine, is a tourist attraction. Old defensive walls, fortress towers and castles are among the remains of a turbulent past and are still very visible in this town.

Tuesday April 14: Koblenz - Düsseldorf

We will arrive in Düsseldorf during the afternoon. You can sign up on board for a coach tour(*) around the city which will show you Düsseldorf’s highlights. Following this you can explore this bustling metropolis with its lively Altstadt (Old Town) by yourself. We will serve the Captain’s Dinner on board this evening.

Wednesday April 15: Düsseldorf - Arnhem

The last day of our holiday has arrived. At 14:00 we will lower the gangplank for you and it’s time to say goodbye. You can look back at with pleasure at this exceptional Easter cruise.

  • Free boarding the evening before
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Several excursion possibilities
  • Live entertainment throughout
  • Captains Dinner
  • Farewell cocktail
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