What the press says

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    How The Travel Industry Is Responding To The Rising Demand For Vegan Vacations

    published by Katrina Fox, forbes.com on 21 Feb 2018

    Vegan vacations are not confined solely to land-based tours. Australia’s first plant-based cruise has just been announced, and in 2017 the world’s first all-vegan cruise took place from London to Norway, carrying 1,881 guests from 34 countries. This was organized by German company Vegan Travel, which specializes in river and ocean cruises.

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    A vegan holiday with flavour – this European river cruise is the real deal whether you eat meat or not

    published by Ashitha Nagesh, metro.co.uk on 28 Feb 2017

    Everything on board Vegan Travel’s Emerald Dawn ship was 100% plant-based – not just the food, but also the toiletries in the bathrooms, and even the ‘leather’ on the seats. And after half a decade of spending my holidays constantly repeating ‘no milk please’, ‘I’ll have the veggie full English without the Quorn sausages, eggs or butter’ and ‘is this made with lard?’, I’ll admit I went a bit hysterical with joy.

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    Is this the world's best cruise for vegans?

    published by Soo Kim, telegraph.co.uk on 06 Sep 2017

    Vegan travellers can savour the Norwegian coast as well as “vegan fine dining” on a new cruise purporting to be the world’s first all-vegan ocean cruise from this month. Passengers on new seven-night cruise, launched by Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) and tour operator Vegan Travel, can enjoy an 100 per cent vegan menu, offering everything from vegan breakfast buffets and four- to five-course lunches/dinners to vegan wines, cocktails and a range of dishes inspired by the regions visited on the cruise itinerary, which includes the Norwegian fjords, Flam and Bergen, Norway’s popular cruise port.

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    Hop on board the world's first ocean cruise with a totally vegan menu

    published by Alex Butler, lonelyplanet.com on 07 Sep 2017

    While cruises often have a reputation as a place where travellers can relax and indulge – frequently at a well-stocked buffet – a new cruise is focused on giving vegans a healthy and plant-based trip through the fjords of Norway.