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  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

  • Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonders

    known for the magnificent Angkor Wat Temple and the natural marvel, Tonle Sap Lake. Every year more visitors flock to Cambodia to discover for themselves just what wonders it has to offer.

Cruise Ships
 
PETER DEILMANN CRUISES
A river cruise is the perfect way to explore the countries of Europe aboard a floating hotel with all the advantages of unpacking just once. Relax in total comfort as you glide past quaint villages, historic towns, lush vineyards, majestic castles and sparkling cities. Peter Deilmann River Cruises, a privately owned company, offers leisurely holidays long six main river systems of Europe, together with their tributaries, as well as a number of canals. There is a fleet of ten deluxe river vessels from which to choose, sailing these classic arteries in considerable style and ease.

MS Deutschland Cruise Ship
The MS Deutschland is a true ocean liner, newly constructed in 1998 to accommodate only 513 guests. She is exquisitely appointed and graciously designed to facilitate relaxation and ease. This vessel reintroduces the elaborate crystal chandelier, the imperial ballroom, loom chairs in a palm filled winter garden, fine antiques and original works of art. The decor of our "Grand Hotel" evokes the splendor of the Edwardian period and the Roaring Twenties through the use of brass, marble, tiffany ceilings and resplendent upholstery in the lounges. Beautifully appointed staterooms, an elegant Roman Spa, wide promenades and lots of teak complete the setting.