Kremenchug - Ukraine
Kremenchug on the Dnieper River was founded as a 16th century fortress. Today the city today is an important metallurgical centre, but you will also find beautiful gardens, parks and sandy beaches. Sited at the southern end of the navigable part of the Dnieper river, and on the crossway from Moscow to the Black Sea, it acquired a great commercial importance early on, and by 1655, it was a wealthy Cossack town. In 1625, at Lake Kurukove in Kremenchuk, the Treaty of Kurukove was signed between the Cossacks and the Poles. During World War II Kremenchuk suffered heavily under Nazi occupation and was completely rebuilt following the war. The following 14 cruises call at Kremenchug. Please note that these are vacation departure dates and not necessarily sailing dates. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.