Uniworld River Cruises has just announced that they will be adding Italy to their spring sailings of 2013.
Viking River Cruises have announced plans to extend their company by branching out into the ocean cruising sector.
Responding to the current demand, the two ships will be part of the new Viking Longship class – this will bring the total of ships set to launch next year to six. The two ships will be named Viking Aegir and the Viking Embla - and will each carry 190 passengers.
Uniworld River Cruises has won the highly prestigious award of Best River Cruise line in the world by Condé Nast Traveler in the annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
Avalon River Cruises suggest that the increase in bookings is due to Brits wanting to escape the shopping frenzy which Christmas creates.
Not only are Viking River Cruises the world’s largest cruise line, they’re blessed with a Viking heritage too - so it comes as no surprise that they want to embrace it. And what better way than refurbishing four of their Russian ships in order to reflect this intriguing past?
Viking River Cruises have announced a 12 month partnership with Cancer Research UK after a vote by customers of the river cruise specialist.
Viking River Cruises’, the world’s leading cruise line, has announced that the next phase of their $250 million fleet development programme will be completed by summer 2012.