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CDF Croisieres de France

CDF Croisières de France is owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and is dedicated to the French speaking market, with French as the only language used onboard their ships. CDF offers all inclusive and French "art de vivre" cruises. Founded on September 2007 as a subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., CDF begun in May 2008 with Bleu de France as their sole ship. The ship operates Mediterranean cruises from Marseille during Spring, Summer and Autumn. CDF Information For full information on CDF read our Q&A

Bleu de France

A boom time for British cruising? Saga reported to make third ship purchase

Saga, the cruise specialist line for the over 50s, is reported to be adding a third ship to its already expanding fleet. According to sources, Saga will shortly announce the acquisition of CDF Croisières de...
Bleu de France

CDF – Advice and Information

How long has CDF been in operation? The Company was created in august 2007 and began its operations in May 2008 About the ship What is, in your opinion, special about the ship? "Bleu de France" was built...

Bleu de France

Ocean Cruise Passenger capacity: 748 Passenger Decks: 10 Total Cabins: 374 Draught: 8.4m Gross Tonnage: 37300 Restaurants: 1 Bars: 1 Spa: Yes Gym: Yes Casino: Yes Bleu de France is operated...

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