River cruises – Canal Voyagers http://canalvoyagers.com/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 17:18:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://canalvoyagers.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-6-83x150.png River cruises – Canal Voyagers http://canalvoyagers.com/ 32 32 Mississippi River Cruises Increase Tourism in Quad Cities | AM 600 WMT https://canalvoyagers.com/mississippi-river-cruises-increase-tourism-in-quad-cities-am-600-wmt/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 14:41:00 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/mississippi-river-cruises-increase-tourism-in-quad-cities-am-600-wmt/ (Davenport, IA) – River cruises and boat tours along the Mississippi are attracting more tourists to the Quad Cities. Visit Quad Cities says domestic cruise lines will make nearly 50 calls to Quad Cities in 2022. The American Symphony ship stops at the River Heritage Park in Davenport today (Monday). Visit Quad Cities says increased […]]]>

(Davenport, IA) – River cruises and boat tours along the Mississippi are attracting more tourists to the Quad Cities.

Visit Quad Cities says domestic cruise lines will make nearly 50 calls to Quad Cities in 2022.

The American Symphony ship stops at the River Heritage Park in Davenport today (Monday).

Visit Quad Cities says increased tourism is expected to have an economic impact on the Quad Cities.

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Uniworld Boutique River Cruises expands its 2023 offerings https://canalvoyagers.com/uniworld-boutique-river-cruises-expands-its-2023-offerings/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 13:48:59 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/uniworld-boutique-river-cruises-expands-its-2023-offerings/ Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is expanding its offerings for 2023 with new itineraries, excursions and cruise expansion options, including a 15-day Central Europe itinerary and a 46-night World Rivers Cruise, which visits nine countries around the world. ‘Europe. There are a total of four new itineraries added for 2023: a 10-day Zurich and the Rhine […]]]>

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is expanding its offerings for 2023 with new itineraries, excursions and cruise expansion options, including a 15-day Central Europe itinerary and a 46-night World Rivers Cruise, which visits nine countries around the world. ‘Europe.

There are a total of four new itineraries added for 2023: a 10-day Zurich and the Rhine Valley, which visits Switzerland, France and Germany; an 8-day Belgian holiday market itinerary that visits the region’s Christmas towns; the 15-day Grand Central Europe itinerary, which sails the Rhine, Main and Danube visiting Switzerland, France, Germany and Austria; and finally, the 46-night Rivers of the World cruise, departing May 20, 2023 and visiting nine countries on five different ships beginning in Cairo and heading west through Europe.

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Two routes have been updated to offer more experiences; the Timeless Wonders of Vietnam and Cambodia itinerary has been extended from 13 to 15 days to spend more time in the capital, Hanoi. Guests aboard the Milan, Venice and the Gems of Veneto itinerary can sail along the Po Delta, take a Bragozzo boat ride, taste wine at a villa in Chioggia and watch a glassblowing demonstration of Murano, all the novelties.

Additionally, the line is adding more excursions to its Masterpiece Collection portfolio, which are available at an additional cost but offer unique insight into a destination’s culture or history. In 2023, you can choose to visit the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, take a Bavarian cooking class or a sausage-making workshop in Germany, explore the Black Forest on a hike and much more.

New travel extensions include 2 nights in Interlaken on the Remarkable Rhine & Historic Holland route, 4 nights at the Rest Sea Post on the Splendors of Egypt & the Nile route, a 4-night train trip between Venice and Zurich and more Again.

“Innovation is always a priority for us at Uniworld,” said Ellen Bettridge, President and CEO. “Each year, we strive to make the next river cruise season even better than the last. We’re rolling out new offerings and expanding our portfolio with experiences we’re confident new and returning customers will enjoy.


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These are the 10 best European river cruises to try in 2022 https://canalvoyagers.com/these-are-the-10-best-european-river-cruises-to-try-in-2022/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/these-are-the-10-best-european-river-cruises-to-try-in-2022/ There’s nothing more relaxing than cruising a river in Europe, admiring historic architecture and soaking up the sights and sounds of these stunning capital cities. Whether travelers are looking for long cruises that allow them to relax and see more of Europe without walking the busy streets or simply to visit a famous city like […]]]>

There’s nothing more relaxing than cruising a river in Europe, admiring historic architecture and soaking up the sights and sounds of these stunning capital cities. Whether travelers are looking for long cruises that allow them to relax and see more of Europe without walking the busy streets or simply to visit a famous city like Paris for a few hours on the water, there is something for everyone. tastes.



ten London Eye cruise

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$16.47

  • Length:
    40 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Live commentary from a professional guide

A London Eye river cruise gives travelers a unique perspective on one of the city’s most popular attractions. From the River Thames, travelers quickly get a glimpse of various landmarks, including St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern, Big Ben, and the Tower of London, all in one short tour.

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9 Champagne tasting during a cruise on the Seine

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$65.82

  • Length:
    60 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Live commentary, three champagnes to taste, leave with a bottle of Champagne 1er Cru

A 1-hour Seine River cruise includes Champagne tasting for an authentic French experience. Travelers have the opportunity to experience this sparkling French drink from a professional sommelier while tasting three different champagnes with a view of the City of Love. The cruise offers a chance to see famous Paris attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and the Musée d’Orsay from the water.

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8 Florence River Cruise on a Traditional Barchetto

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$55.70

  • Length:
    60 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Aperitif, mini gondola cruise on the Arno River, English-speaking history guide

Travelers exploring Italy and the beautiful city of Florence can get a new perspective on the city by taking a cruise on a traditional Barchetto. Cruise down the Arno River on this small boat and admire the Uffizi Gallery and Corsini Palace while sipping a glass of prosecco. Take in views of the birthplace of the Renaissance on a romantic river cruise while learning about the city’s history from a professional guide.

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seven Panoramic Cruise On The Vltava In Prague

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$13.67

  • Length:
    55 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Commentary in English, commentary highlights available in print for other languages ​​(German, Italian, Spanish, French and Russian)

Discover the history of the Czech Republic and the beautiful city of Prague on an affordable and scenic river cruise. Highlights of the tour include Kampa Island, Prague Castle, and Charles Bridge, all of which are particularly breathtaking from the unique vantage point of the Vltava.

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6 Guadalquivir Cruise, Seville

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$20.25

  • Length:
    60 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Audioguide (Spanish, English, French, German or Italian)

Appreciate the beauty and architecture of Spain on a Spanish river cruise through Seville. The Guadalquivir River separates the neighborhoods of Triana and Seville and is the only major navigable river in the country. Interestingly, it was once possible to travel the river to Córdoba. However, today it is only navigable from the Gulf of Cadiz to Seville. The cruise passes by picturesque points like the Torre del Oro and the Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla.

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5 Budapest river cruise

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$12.15

  • Length:
    5.5 hours

  • What’s included:
    Alcoholic beverages

Take a European river cruise at an ultra-low price as you explore the Danube in Budapest. Travelers can still experience luxury on a budget by embarking on this exploration that includes welcome drinks and panoramic views of Szechenyi Lanchid and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. It’s not a private cruise, which is why it’s so affordable. The boat is limited to a capacity of approximately 130 people.

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4 Rotterdam River Cruise

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$13.67

  • Length:
    60 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Live tour guide

Forget the crowded canals of Amsterdam and visit the underrated city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands instead. A cruise along the Meuse offers epic views of this modern Dutch city and passes landmarks such as the New York Hotel, the White House and the Euromast. A professional guide gives travelers insight into the city’s history, and guests can choose to sit inside or outside the boat for their comfort.

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3 River Cruise with Paris City Tour

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$20.25

  • Length:
    60 minutes

  • What’s included:
    Live commentary on the city’s landmarks

Paris is a city on most travelers’ bucket lists, and when visiting Europe, it’s well worth taking a guided tour of this French capital to learn more about its history. The landmarks of Paris are at the center of the cruise, giving travelers a fresh perspective of icons like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Hotel de Ville, and the Louvre. The Seine cruise begins at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

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2 Krakow, Poland River Cruise

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$69.88

  • Length:
    3.5 hours

  • What’s included:
    Beer tasting, traditional Polish appetizers

Venture off the beaten path with a European river cruise in Eastern Europe. Explore the city of Krakow, Poland from the water, cruising down the Vistula River on a boat with heated interior space and a comfortable sofa. There is also an observation deck for days when the weather is nice. The boat cruise takes guests to craft breweries across Krakow, at which point they will disembark the boat and have the chance to try nine different Polish beers.

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1 Lisbon River Cruise

  • Cost/Person:
    ~$35.44

  • Length:
    2 hours

  • What’s included:
    Welcome drink, bottled water, alcoholic beverages, life jackets and Wi-Fi on board

Explore the best of Portugal from the water aboard a boat on the Tagus. Guests receive a welcome drink as they board the cruise and pass landmarks such as the 25th of April Bridge, Christ the Redeemer, Belém Tower, and the Monument to the Discoveries. The cruise takes place at sunset for stunning views of Lisbon and the chance to see the city lit up after dark.

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European river cruises stay afloat despite drought concerns https://canalvoyagers.com/european-river-cruises-stay-afloat-despite-drought-concerns/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 22:41:15 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/european-river-cruises-stay-afloat-despite-drought-concerns/ Here’s how dry the spring and summer of 2022 were around the world. It’s the first week of September and we’re just getting our first named hurricane of the season. In New York, the grass is so brown it looks more like late fall and early winter. In Europe, the mighty Danube River – which […]]]>

Here’s how dry the spring and summer of 2022 were around the world.

It’s the first week of September and we’re just getting our first named hurricane of the season. In New York, the grass is so brown it looks more like late fall and early winter. In Europe, the mighty Danube River – which flows through 10 countries – is so low that Nazi warships from decades ago have been visible. And in Texas, a lack of rain recently exposed dinosaur tracks believed to be 113 million years old.

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Yet somehow, river cruising has not only been able to survive, but according to Avalon Waterways president Pam Hoffee, it meets and, in some cases, exceeds expectations.

“River cruising is really on the rise, and it’s becoming the most popular and fastest growing style of travel in the world,” Hoffee told Yahoo Finance. “So when these headlines (about drought conditions in the US and Europe) were really happening a lot, we booked more travelers for the 2022 travel year than we did in our record in 2019 for trips that year. This speaks volumes about the resilience of river cruisers and what people are hearing about how we are handling the situation and the confidence they have in Avalon Waterways.

Hoffee said the rains have started to return to Europe, which makes the problem a little more manageable. But Avalon has only had to take three river cruises this year due to droughts.

Although there have been water level issues, Hoffee spoke on behalf of the industry when she said it was not the first time river cruises had faced drought conditions – nor would she call it a trend.

“It hasn’t happened since 2018 in a way similar to what we’ve seen this year,” she said. “So at this point I don’t call it a trend. I don’t call it something that we can predict in the future.

Rainfall in recent times is replenishing rivers, including water bodies that have been most severely affected.

“The rainfall that Europe has received over the past few weeks has improved water levels and as a result Avalon Waterways cruises are operating as normal,” Steve Born, marketing director for the Globus family of brands, said in a statement. interview with Travel Weekly. “The nature of rivers is to ebb and flow, and we are delighted that our guests are enjoying their vacations as intended.”

River cruises offered their customers the option of changing their reservation and receiving partial or full refunds if a change in itinerary or boats was necessary.

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Family business: The rise of river cruises for… https://canalvoyagers.com/family-business-the-rise-of-river-cruises-for/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/family-business-the-rise-of-river-cruises-for/ Credit: Shutterstock/A-Rosa/Tauck River cruising is reborn and is now a fabulous getaway for all ages, as Vicky Mayer reports. Once upon a time, you would never hear the words “river cruise” and “families” spoken in the same sentence. But river cruises aren’t just for middle-aged travelers anymore, and recent years have seen a growing number […]]]>

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River cruising is reborn and is now a fabulous getaway for all ages, as Vicky Mayer reports.

Once upon a time, you would never hear the words “river cruise” and “families” spoken in the same sentence. But river cruises aren’t just for middle-aged travelers anymore, and recent years have seen a growing number of family cruises designed to appeal to everyone, regardless of age.

The result? As cruise lines welcome all generations on board, river cruising has never been more popular. Explore fairytale castles on the Rhine, meet cowboys in the Camargue, track down clues on a treasure hunt at the Louvre in Paris, make local specialties like apple strudel in Vienna or pizza in Italy , these are some of the fun activities organized on multigenerational river cruises.

So what are you waiting for? With family fun in mind, here are some great cruises you can book today…

River cruising is now a family affair.

Something for everyone
One of the best things about river cruising is how it helps families spend quality time together. Unlike large ocean vessels, where kids can spend all day and evening in kids’ clubs while parents do their own thing, river boats are much smaller, so activities are designed to engage the whole family in time – whether it’s a shore excursion or borrowing the boat’s bikes and heading out along the shore.

River cruises are also suitable for the attention spans of teenagers. You can explore a whole range of different destinations and countries in the space of a week, and the ships sail overnight, with the pleasure of waking up in a new place the next morning and without “boring” days at sea. .

Luxury lines such as Tauck and Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection offer all-inclusive prices that cover meals, drinks, excursions and gratuities, so parents can easily budget and not have to worry about growing expenses.

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Tauck offers a family treasure hunt at the Louvre in Paris. 1 credit

There are also interesting family offers on the CroisiEurope economy line. Tauck pioneered family river cruises in 2010 when he launched the Tauck Bridges program with sailing on the Danube.

These all-inclusive itineraries have since been extended to the Rhine, Rhône and Seine. Highlights of the Rhone cruise include a private visit to a ranch in the beautiful Camargue, where families can meet some of the region’s famous white horses as well as gardians – the local name for cowboys – who take care of them. Everyone will also enjoy the spectacular horse shows.

Sailing on the Rhine includes a visit to the beautiful city of Strasbourg and the opportunity to become “French for a day”, learn French phrases, join a group and enjoy a chocolate tasting.

Uniworld family river cruises fall under the line’s Generations collection and operate on the Rhine, Danube and Po rivers in Italy. Also all-inclusive, they include shore excursions tailor-made for families and led by local experts, as well as special children’s menus and a dining table for young travelers, reserved on certain evenings for children and the two family guests. who accompany each cruise and supervise Activities.

In addition to a young traveler lounge and games room, there are kids-only movie nights with popcorn and a VIP ship tour with the ship’s captain or hotel manager.

Giant chessboards abound on Uniworld ships. Credit: Uniworld

Keep an eye out for special offers from CroisiEurope’s Family Club, which offer free cruises for young people under 16 on selected sailings in Portugal, Spain and Italy. Kids over five can sleep in a cabin next to mom and dad, and there are no expensive solo extras for single parents. Family Club cruises also offer a children’s menu and an onboard entertainment program with hosts.

In addition to designated family cruises, many lines welcome children on their regular cruises. AmaWaterways’ AmaStella and AmaViola, for example, both offer connecting cabins that can accommodate families of up to five.

And the line’s impressive Ama Magna, which cruises the Danube and is twice the width of standard river vessels, offers spacious accommodation and public facilities ideal for families, including a swimming pool and a theater where youngsters can watch movies on deck with their families.

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Tauck’s seven-night “Blue Danube: Family Riverboat Adventure” aboard MS Savor, from Vilshofen to Budapest via Passau, Salzburg, Durnstein, the Wachau Valley, Vienna and Bratislava, departs July 21, 2023, from 3 £530.

Uniworld’s seven-night ‘Authentic Danube’ cruise aboard River Princess, from Vienna to Nuremberg via Weissenkirchen, Melk, Passau, Vilshofen and Regensburg, departs July 22, 2023, from £2,879.

A-ROSA Cruises’ new river vessel, A-Rosa Sena, is designed for multi-generational travel. Credit: A-ROSA

Why family comes first for A-ROSA
In May this year, A-ROSA launched the world’s first river vessel dedicated to family cruising. The line already has a reputation for offering relaxed family cruising, but the 280-passenger A-ROSA Sena takes the concept to a new level. It’s the first European river cruiser to feature a dedicated family pool and kids’ club, and it’s already been a huge hit with cruising families.

Created for multi-generational groups, the ship has 12 very spacious family cabins that can accommodate up to five people. The entertainment program includes kid-friendly scavenger hunts, craft sessions, cocktail parties and movie screenings. On board, the pirate-themed treasure island features a slide, rock climbing area, cave areas, craft and paint corners, and a chill-out area with large cushions designed to look like stones.

The new A-ROSA Sena is the first river vessel with a club dedicated to children. Credit: A-ROSA

Meals feature a special children’s buffet for the youngest passengers, while older children can compose their own favorite dishes at the main buffet if they prefer. There is also a separate family area in the restaurant where families can eat together.

The fun continues ashore, with family excursions such as trips to Madurodam Miniature Park in the Netherlands and Chocolate Nation in Antwerp.

An added benefit for environmentally conscious parents and children is that the A-ROSA Sena is the first river vessel to feature “E-motion” technology. This hybrid propulsion system allows the vessel to switch to battery power when entering and leaving port, meaning arrivals and departures can be quiet and emission-free.

With fun activities like face painting and pizza making offered with Uniworld, kids will love their first taste of river cruising. Credit: Uniworld

Lucia Rowe, A-ROSA’s Managing Director for the UK and Ireland, said: “We have been welcoming families on our cruises since 2014, but with A-ROSA Sena we have taken things to a whole new level. other level.

“We’ve taken the knowledge we’ve gained over the past few years about the needs and wants of families and incorporated it into the design of A-ROSA Sena from the start.

“The ship offers many innovations for families sailing Europe’s rivers, with the first dedicated kids’ club room on a river cruise ship, where children can romp, play, relax and unwind. make friends.

“There is also the children’s pool on the terrace in addition to the main pool, plus the family area – all the necessary ingredients for the perfect family holiday.

“We know today’s kids are the cruisers of the future, and if they have a great time on board with their parents and grandparents, I’m confident they’ll be cruisers for life.”

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A-ROSA’s seven-night ‘Discover the Rhine: Amsterdam and Rotterdam’ cruise aboard A-ROSA Sena, from Cologne to Antwerp via Rotterdam and Dordrecht, departs April 1, 2023, from £4,629 ( based on a family of four sharing a family cabin).

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The Southend Pier Waverley river is back for this autumn https://canalvoyagers.com/the-southend-pier-waverley-river-is-back-for-this-autumn/ Fri, 26 Aug 2022 16:50:01 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/the-southend-pier-waverley-river-is-back-for-this-autumn/ VERY popular river cruises from the pier along the Thames are set to return this autumn. The vessel is the largest seagoing paddle steamer in the world and voyages will be available from Southend between September 23 and October 9. Elected officials and business owners have hailed the return of pleasure cruises from the city’s […]]]>

VERY popular river cruises from the pier along the Thames are set to return this autumn.

The vessel is the largest seagoing paddle steamer in the world and voyages will be available from Southend between September 23 and October 9.

Elected officials and business owners have hailed the return of pleasure cruises from the city’s world-famous pier.

Carole Mulroney, Lib Dem’s environment, culture and tourism adviser, said: ‘Obviously in recent years wonderful events like this have not happened.

“It’s really great to see the shop coming back and the trips are incredibly popular and the boat is beautiful to see. It’s great to have them back and use the pier.

“People love river cruises and I’ve done it before and it’s a real treat. There is so much to see and I really hope everyone takes full advantage of it.

“Boats like this came to the dock very frequently and it was a big hay day for them. People love the quiet afternoon.

The announcement comes after the Dutch schooner Eendracht made an aerial visit to Southend, spending the night moored at the town’s legendary pier last week.

The three-masted ship from the Netherlands, built in 1989, is world famous and used to train sailors around the world.

Paul Thompson, owner of Pebbles One Café on the waterfront, also welcomed the return of river cruises from the pier.

He said: “I think it’s great to see the pier used by boats like this, trips have always been so popular.

“I think it’s very positive and it’s something different to do with the family. I think it will be as popular as before, it’s a good idea for Southend.

For years, in September and October, the Waverley has regularly traveled up and down the Thames.

The Waverley was launched in 1946 with her maiden voyage in 1947, to replace her 1899 predecessor, sunk by German aircraft in the English Channel during the Dunkirk evacuation. About 400 lives were lost, including most of the crew

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The river cruise market should generate a turnover of https://canalvoyagers.com/the-river-cruise-market-should-generate-a-turnover-of/ Tue, 23 Aug 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/the-river-cruise-market-should-generate-a-turnover-of/ NEWARK, Del, Aug. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global river cruise market is expected to reach an estimated value of US$1.71 billion in 2032, with sales growing at a flat CAGR of 2% over the period. forecast from 2022 to 2032. In 2022, the river cruise market is likely to reach a valuation of […]]]>

NEWARK, Del, Aug. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global river cruise market is expected to reach an estimated value of US$1.71 billion in 2032, with sales growing at a flat CAGR of 2% over the period. forecast from 2022 to 2032. In 2022, the river cruise market is likely to reach a valuation of US$1.45 billion. The demand for river cruises is expected to increase sharply over the next few years.

River cruisers are smaller in size in order to move smoothly through rivers and shallow waters. These cruises provide leisurely exploration of different cities, towns, villages and some areas where larger ships cannot travel. River cruises offer a relaxed and intimate experience. This contributes to the increase in river cruise sales. However, the overall experience of a river cruise is far less grand than the experience of an ocean cruise.

A river cruise has some advantages, such as no hassle of packing and unpacking due to hotel changes, less chance of motion sickness as the land is always inside the site, and no extra hassle of planning travel activities as it is taken care of once the cruise is booked. With the cruise’s small size, the traveler can also enjoy a tight-knit affair. Additionally, many river cruises also offer personalized services from the crew. All these assets have a positive influence on the river cruise market.

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The river cruise market is gradually attracting interest from a wide range of age groups as these cruises cater to the interests of people from all walks of life with various onboard entertainment programs and more. Market players are also introducing new state-of-the-art vessels, equipped with technologically advanced tools. All these factors enhance the market opportunities for river cruises.

However, the fact that travelers are often forced to stick to the schedule, unable to stay longer in a certain place or stop at a more attractive location is a drag on the market. Again, some cruises are for adults only and not intended for children. This too is likely to hamper the future prospects of the river cruise market.

Despite some hurdles, river cruises are growing in popularity as they guarantee tight-knit, laid-back and adventurous vacations, attracting many travelers and tourists.

“Hassle-free exploration of different cities, towns and villages with reduced risks of motion sickness will likely foster a growth atmosphere for the river cruise market over the forecast period,” says an IMF analyst.

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Key points to remember:

  • Advances in technology and in-flight entertainment are driving the market outlook.
  • The need to fully adhere to a schedule can hamper market opportunities.
  • Rising environmental concerns may hamper the market growth over the forecast period
  • London, Paris, Budapest, Bangkok, New York, San Antonio, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City and Amsterdam are some of the most popular places for river cruises.
  • The river cruise market is growing mainly in Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia and the United States

Competitive landscape

Viking River Cruises, Uniworld River Cruises, American Cruise Lines, AmaWaterways, Avalon Waterways, and American Queen Voyages, among others, are some of the key river cruise market players profiled in the comprehensive version of the report.

Major market players are keen to incorporate technology that enables better passenger experience to gain competitive advantage.

More information about the River Cruise Market report

In its latest report, FMI offers an unbiased analysis of the global river cruise market, providing historic data from 2014 to 2020 and forecast statistics from 2022 to 2032. To understand the potential, growth, and scope of the global market, the market is segmented based on type (onboard facilities), age range (15-25, 26-35, 36-45, 46-55, 56-65, 66-75), customer orientation (man, woman, others), and region.

According to the latest IMF reports, based on the region, Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa exhibit some of the most lucrative opportunities for the river cruise market over the forecast period. Some of the most popular river cruise destinations are cities like London, Paris, Amsterdam, Budapest, Bangkok, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, New York, San Antonio, Luxor, and Cairo.

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Key segments profiled in the River Cruise Market study

By type:

  • On-board facilities
  • Passenger tickets

By age group:

  • 15-25 years old
  • 26-35 years old
  • 36-45 years old
  • 46-55 years old
  • 56-65 years old
  • 66-75 years old

By customer orientation:

Contents

1. Summary

1.1. Global Market Outlook

1.2. Demand Side Trends

1.3. Supply-side trends

1.4. Analysis of the technology roadmap

1.5. Analysis and recommendations

2. Market Overview

2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limits

3. Market context

3.1. Market dynamics

3.1.1. Drivers

3.1.2. Constraints

3.1.3. Opportunity

3.1.4. Tendencies

3.2. Scenario forecast

3.2.1. Demand in the optimistic scenario

3.2.2. Demand in Likely Scenario

3.2.3. Demand in the conservative scenario

3.3. Opportunity Map Analysis

3.4. Product life cycle analysis

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Danube, Drava and Sava river cruises return in style https://canalvoyagers.com/danube-drava-and-sava-river-cruises-return-in-style/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/danube-drava-and-sava-river-cruises-return-in-style/ Davor Javorovic / Pixsell August 22, 2022 – The trend that saw continuous growth before the pandemic, river cruises, seems to be coming back in style. From this year, all Croatian river tourism quays will welcome visitors with a uniform visual identity. As SiB writes, from this summer Croatian river piers will have a common […]]]>

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August 22, 2022 – The trend that saw continuous growth before the pandemic, river cruises, seems to be coming back in style. From this year, all Croatian river tourism quays will welcome visitors with a uniform visual identity.

As SiB writes, from this summer Croatian river piers will have a common visual identity. A logo, six identical masts and seven flags have been created for the Danube ports of Aljmaš, Batina, Vukovar and Ilok, Drava port in Osijek and Sava ports in Slavonski Brod and Sisak.

The project is worth just under HRK 92,000 and was fully funded by the Croatian Tourist Board, and was carried out with the cooperation of the project holder, the Vukovar-Srijem County Tourist Board and regional offices tourism of Osijek-Baranja, Brod-Posavina, Sisak-Moslavina and the competent port authorities of Vukovar, Osijek, Slavonski Brod and Sisak.

“With this joint project, our goal is to raise awareness and interest in the tourism sector in the field of nautical tourism of river cruises. The common visual identity and its application to the seven river piers promote and strengthen the visibility and position of the Danube Croatian and Sava in the market for organized tourist traffic for river cruises,” said Kristjan Staničić, director of the Croatian Tourist Board.

Before the pandemic, river cruises saw continuous growth, and this year that trend has returned. Additional investments in infrastructure on the Danube and Sava will make river tourism in Croatia more attractive.

“This is a rapidly growing product and market in which the Croatian Danube region has taken a significant position. According to Vukovar Port Authority data, 339 moorings at Vukovar Pier and 89 at Ilok Pier have been announced for this year. 75 moorings were announced in Batina and 62 in Aljmaš, making a total of 565 moorings only at the Danube quays. For comparison, in 2019 before the pandemic, a total of 557 river cruise ships docked on the Danube,” points out Rujana Bušić Srpak, director of the Vukovar-Srijem County Tourist Board.

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Southeastern Montana tour includes dinosaur bones, fishing and river cruises https://canalvoyagers.com/southeastern-montana-tour-includes-dinosaur-bones-fishing-and-river-cruises/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 16:01:12 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/southeastern-montana-tour-includes-dinosaur-bones-fishing-and-river-cruises/ Jurassic Park has nothing on what lurks underground in Montana’s Badlands. Nearly complete dinosaur bones and skeletons have been found all around southeastern Montana. They are found buried under the ground and exposed along sandstone cliffs worn down by millions of years of rain, snow and ice. Torrents of water from the Rocky Mountains 65 […]]]>

Jurassic Park has nothing on what lurks underground in Montana’s Badlands. Nearly complete dinosaur bones and skeletons have been found all around southeastern Montana. They are found buried under the ground and exposed along sandstone cliffs worn down by millions of years of rain, snow and ice.

Torrents of water from the Rocky Mountains 65 million years ago have flowed through the Badlands for several millennia, causing erosion and leaving fossils in their wake, said Makoshika State Park paleo intern Anthony Gordon.

Makoshika, Montana’s largest state park at over 11,000 acres, is one of 14 places along the Montana Dinosaur Trail (mtdinotrail.org) where dinosaur enthusiasts can view dinosaur bones and other fossils unearthed around the park in Glendive. The park’s visitor center museum features the head of a triceratops, found just outside the park boundary.

“Dinosaur tours are very important here and generate significant revenue for eastern Montana,” said park superintendent Riley Bell. “It brings families out that way and it’s good for the kids. We have a lot of hidden gems here.”

(READ MORE: A 76-million-year-old dinosaur skeleton will be auctioned in New York)

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Travel destination: find dinosaur bones, fish, take river cruises on a visit to southeastern Montana

Southeastern Montana’s less traveled roads are filled with breathtaking sites that often go unnoticed by tourists heading to the state’s most well-known attractions, including Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.

“The Southeast has always been a hidden gem for Montana,” said Nicole Gonzalez, media manager for the Montana Office of Tourism. “And it’s getting more attention, which is amazing for local communities.”

The park, which also has miles of hiking trails, along RV hookups and rustic camping, was a highlight of my recent trip to Montana. Here are some other key takeaways from my visit to Big Sky Country.

(READ MORE: Exploring the Burger Trail through Southeast Montana)

A HAUNTED STORY

Montana is a huge state with a small population, so if you turn off the major highways and take the dirt roads, it’s easy to feel quite isolated, and chances are you’ll encounter at least one building or abandoned and scary house. But spend the night in the small town of Terry and you might encounter a ghostly apparition at the Kempton Hotel, Montana’s oldest operating hotel. Owner Russ Schwartz said there were four spirits roaming the old rooms and hallways.

“I found out who the ghosts are,” Schwartz said, counting them on one hand.

Two are children who died of typhoid at the hotel; one is a nurse who came to town to help with the typhoid epidemic and fell victim to the virus herself; and the fourth, Bernie Kempton, was the son of the man who built the hotel in 1902.

Book a room on kemptonhotel.net, if you dare.

(READ MORE: Read House historian says spirit in room 311 takes a lot of oxygen for a ghost)

FUN ON THE WATER

The Bighorn River is one of the best trout fishing rivers in America. The river runs through a dramatic canyon, and unless you’re a member of the Crow Nation, whose lands line its banks, the only way to see it is from the water. A cruise will take you past magnificent cliffs streaked with brick red from the oxidized iron minerals found in the sandstone and some of the most spectacular rock formations you will ever see.

Katie Steele and her husband, Tyler, own Shade Tree Outfitters (bighornproguide.com) and specialize in water fun along the Bighorn – fishing, boating, picnicking. You name it, they can probably fix it, Katie said.

“I love sharing the beauty of this river with other people,” she said as she steered her 18-foot Smokercraft downstream.

If you’re not quite ready for big league fishing, you might find your footing at Big Horn Valley Ranch (bighornvalleyranch.com), one of Fort Smith’s few resorts on the Crow Reservation. It’s also one of the few places around that offers full service catering. The resort has cabins with Wi-Fi and small kitchens. Private baths are offered in a central public bath.

In the center of the resort is a large stocked pond where you can cast a line and get some advice from the Paul Garrison Outfitter. He’ll bring the gear if you don’t have your own, and with his help you might be able to bring back the bulk.

DRIVE THE RANGE

From saddles to fancy ladies’ hats, the Range Riders Museum in Miles City (rangeridersmuseum.com) is a story across the West. The museum, founded in 1939, has a collection that took more than 70 years to accumulate and now encompasses more than 38,000 square feet of unexpected finds under one roof.

Exhibits cover everything from the age of the dinosaurs, to the history of the Native Americans who first lived in the area, to the soldiers and pioneers who followed. It’s a remarkable look at the people and things that have become Montana.

Email Anne Braly at abraly@timesfreepress.com.

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Southeastern Montana tour includes dinosaur bones, fishing and river cruises https://canalvoyagers.com/southeastern-montana-tour-includes-dinosaur-bones-fishing-and-river-cruises-2/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://canalvoyagers.com/southeastern-montana-tour-includes-dinosaur-bones-fishing-and-river-cruises-2/ Jurassic Park has nothing on what lurks underground in Montana’s Badlands. Nearly complete dinosaur bones and skeletons have been found all around southeastern Montana. They are found buried under the ground and exposed along sandstone cliffs worn down by millions of years of rain, snow and ice. Torrents of water from the Rocky Mountains 65 […]]]>

Jurassic Park has nothing on what lurks underground in Montana’s Badlands. Nearly complete dinosaur bones and skeletons have been found all around southeastern Montana. They are found buried under the ground and exposed along sandstone cliffs worn down by millions of years of rain, snow and ice.

Torrents of water from the Rocky Mountains 65 million years ago have flowed through the Badlands for several millennia, causing erosion and leaving fossils in their wake, said Makoshika State Park paleo intern Anthony Gordon.

Makoshika, Montana’s largest state park at over 11,000 acres, is one of 14 places along the Montana Dinosaur Trail (mtdinotrail.org) where dinosaur enthusiasts can view dinosaur bones and other fossils unearthed around the park in Glendive. The park’s visitor center museum features the head of a triceratops, found just outside the park boundary.

“Dinosaur tours are very important here and generate significant revenue for eastern Montana,” said park superintendent Riley Bell. “It brings families out that way and it’s good for the kids. We have a lot of hidden gems here.”

(READ MORE: A 76-million-year-old dinosaur skeleton will be auctioned in New York)

Southeastern Montana’s less traveled roads are full of breathtaking sites that often go unnoticed by tourists heading to the state’s most well-known attractions, including Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.

“The Southeast has always been a hidden gem for Montana,” said Nicole Gonzalez, media manager for the Montana Office of Tourism. “And it’s getting more attention, which is amazing for local communities.”

The park, which also has miles of hiking trails, along RV hookups and rustic camping, was a highlight of my recent trip to Montana. Here are some other key takeaways from my visit to Big Sky Country.

(READ MORE: Exploring the Burger Trail through Southeast Montana)

A HAUNTED STORY

Montana is a huge state with a small population, so if you turn off the major highways and take the dirt roads, it’s easy to feel quite isolated, and chances are you’ll come across at least one building or abandoned and scary house. But spend the night in the small town of Terry and you might encounter a ghostly apparition at the Kempton Hotel, Montana’s oldest operating hotel. Owner Russ Schwartz said there were four spirits roaming the old rooms and hallways.

“I found out who the ghosts are,” Schwartz said, counting them on one hand.

Two are children who died of typhoid at the hotel; one is a nurse who came to town to help with the typhoid epidemic and fell victim to the virus herself; and the fourth, Bernie Kempton, was the son of the man who built the hotel in 1902.

Book a room on kemptonhotel.net, if you dare.

(READ MORE: Read House historian says spirit in room 311 takes a lot of oxygen for a ghost)

FUN ON THE WATER

The Bighorn River is one of the best trout fishing rivers in America. The river runs through a dramatic canyon, and unless you’re a member of the Crow Nation, whose lands line its banks, the only way to see it is from the water. A cruise will take you past magnificent cliffs streaked with brick red from the oxidized iron minerals found in the sandstone and some of the most spectacular rock formations you will ever see.

Katie Steele and her husband, Tyler, own Shade Tree Outfitters (bighornproguide.com) and specialize in water fun along the Bighorn – fishing, boating, picnicking. You name it, they can probably fix it, Katie said.

“I love sharing the beauty of this river with other people,” she said as she steered her 18-foot Smokercraft downstream.

If you’re not quite ready for big league fishing, you might find your footing at Big Horn Valley Ranch (bighornvalleyranch.com), one of Fort Smith’s few resorts on the Crow Reservation. It’s also one of the few places around that offers full service catering. The resort has cabins with Wi-Fi and small kitchens. Private baths are offered in a central public bath.

In the center of the resort is a large stocked pond where you can cast a line and get some advice from the Paul Garrison Outfitter. He’ll bring the gear if you don’t have your own, and with his help you might be able to bring back the bulk.

DRIVE THE RANGE

From saddles to fancy ladies’ hats, the Range Riders Museum in Miles City (rangeridersmuseum.com) is a story across the West. The museum, founded in 1939, has a collection that took more than 70 years to amass and now encompasses more than 38,000 square feet of unexpected finds under one roof.

Exhibits cover everything from the age of the dinosaurs, to the history of the Native Americans who first lived in the area, to the soldiers and pioneers who followed. It’s a remarkable look at the people and things that have become Montana.

Email Anne Braly at abraly@timesfreepress.com.

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