Riviera to Launch New Geoffrey Chaucer Cruise Ship in Spring 2020

(Courtesy of Riviera River Cruises ) Courtesy of Riviera River Cruises

Riviera River Cruises will launch the new all-suite MS Geoffrey Chaucer in spring 2020. The 443-foot Geoffrey Chaucer will take up to 169 people on the Danube, Main and Rhine rivers, as well as Dutch waterways.  

The 443-foot Geoffrey Chaucer will be an all-suite ship fusing rich, sustainable hardwoods, with brass, copper, glass and iron accents. Amenities will include a panoramic observation lounge, main restaurant, fitness center, spa, wellness area, boutique and sun deck. A second restaurant, The Bistro, located at the stern of the ship, has an open kitchen with a chef who takes special orders, along with panorama windows for an al fresco dining experience.

The Geoffrey Chaucer’s 88 suites will be a minimum of 172 square feet. It will hold 169 guests and 44 crew. Diamond and Ruby Deck suites will bring the French balcony inside with views from floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass windows. Deluxe Balcony Suites on the Diamond Deck will feature top-to-bottom windows and sliding doors that lead into a small private balcony.

Riviera does not add hidden surcharges or fees, or artificially inflate or discount prices. Riviera also does not automatically include gratuities or drinks.

Riviera offers 15 itineraries on 10 rivers and waterways, including exclusive departures for solo travelers.

In other Riviera River Cruises news, the company is adding three new solo traveler itineraries in France, Germany and the Netherlands next year, along with 2020 departure dates for four existing solo itineraries. In 2020, seven solo traveler itineraries will be available.

For more information, visit https://www.rivierarivercruises.com

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