River cruise specialist A-Rosa has launched new products for 2022 on the Rhine, Danube and Douro.
Among the line’s newly launched offerings is an itinerary in September onboard A-Rosa Aqua featuring the Rhine in Flames celebrations along the riverbank of the German town of St Goar, leading in from £1,361pp.
Meanwhile on the Danube, A-Rosa has added a new itinerary that starts and finishes in Vienna, created for UK guests who want a pre- or post-cruise stay in the Austrian capital. Priced from £1,528pp.
Also coming next year, A-Rosa will launch is E-Motion vessel (pictured below) with five different itineraries on the Northern Rhine throughout the season, including Christmas markets and New Year options.
The ship will feature hybrid “E-motion” technology, which allows the ship to switch to battery power when needed and can be charged overnight by shore power connection.
The vessel will cater to families and the multi-generational groups.
A gourmet-themed cruise on the Douro in October has also been offered featuring the “culinary delights” of Portugal with the sailing featuring various tastings and cooking workshops.
Lucia Rowe, managing director at A-Rosa River Cruises UK & Ireland, said: “Agents and partners can sell our cruises, safe in the knowledge that even during Covid times last year, we sailed Covid-free on a range of rivers successfully for five months.
“For 2022, we have some great new product on sale in the UK and, of course, we will set sail on our ground-breaking E-Motion ship. This ship will be the first in a new generation of ships from us that are tailor-made to cater for the family and multi-generational markets whilst also offering sustainable credentials that are unique to river cruising.
“As we come out of this challenging period, customers values have changed, and we know experiences and memories made whilst on holiday will be more important than ever before.
“We’ve worked hard to offer a range of new and exciting options for customers looking to do something a little different or delve deeper into the destinations they are visiting.”