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This week two major river cruise lines released updates on their plans for new ships. Here's what you need to know.
The river cruise line has two more new builds coming in 2020 and 2021. Check out more.
North Americans not eager to hop on an international flight and risk delays and flight woes, or simply feeling more comfortable staying closer to home, are re-discovering American rivers and the Great Lakes. Here's what's new for this year and beyond.
A sail along the Nile or a safari cruise on Lake Kariba offer adventure and wildlife, while many voyages in the Americas take in culture, natural wonders and a diverse menu.
The river cruise segment was up 23 percent last year, with the overall number of passengers up by 2.3 percent. Read more here.
The cruise line will offer three special Premium Pre-Cruise Packages on select sailings from Memphis, TN; Clarkston, WA; and Boston, MA. Read more.
River cruises are on the rise, so here is a round up the ships hitting the rivers of Europe and beyond this year. Read more here.
Foodie and wine-focused activities are increasingly popular with cruise guests. January's Travel Agent print magazine features a robust Cruise Culinary preview, and here's Part 2 covering even more lines.
Innovating in small-ship design for the U.S. river cruise market is Charles Robertson, chairman and CEO of American Cruise Lines, Chesapeake Shipbuilding and Pearl Seas Cruises.
It’s been another busy week for new cruise ship updates. Here's what you need to know.