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Tee-off at sea and ashore on Hapag Lloyd's Europa 2

Tee-off at sea and ashore on Hapag Lloyd's Europa 2
In the coming season, travellers on board Hapag-Lloyd Crusies' Europa 2 will have the opportunity to play for the first time on golf courses in the very north of Europe, including Bro Hof Slott Castle Course in Stockholm.

Classic courses in England, Asia and New Zealand are again featured in sailings where the golf package includes transfers, tee-off times, trolleys and electric cars and advice from PGA golf professionals.

This season players can swing their golf clubs in locations such as Colombia, Mexico, US, Canada, France, Spain, or the UK. On-board simulators are also available.

Europa 2 also offers 'Golf a la carte' on request, with the travel concierge organising customised tours to play a round of golf, including arranging tee-times on the courses and transfers. Taster golf training courses, including club hire, are also avalaible for children aged six years upwards. After the trial session, private lessons can also be booked with the golf pro.

A 10 day sailing end June to July 10 from Venice to Monte Carlo calling Corfu,  Messina, Capri, Civitavecchia (Parco de’Medici Golf Club), Bonifacio (Sperone Golf Club), Portofino and Nice (Opio Valbonne Golf Club) starts from €5,881 per person, cruise only. Golf package costs €1,090 per person (3 courses). The PGA Golf Professional accompanying this cruise is Stefan Quirmbach.