A-Rosa’s fourth Rhine ship, A-Rosa Silva, resumed sailing at the weekend, marking the complete return to service of the line’s Rhine fleet.
Silva embarked on its first sailing for several months on Sunday (27 September), the first in a series of seven-night Main Romantic cruises.
Sailing from Cologne to Nuremberg, and vice versa, guests onboard Silva will take in several Unesco World Heritage sites en route.
A-Rosa’s Rhine fleet will sail a variety of Rhine and Main itineraries over the coming months; Silva, meanwhile, will sail two Moselle cruises towards the end of October, before some pre-Christmas festive cruises.
Lucia Rowe, managing director A-Rosa River Cruises UK and Ireland, said: “Germany is currently one of the few countries where guests from the UK can travel to without having to quarantine on return.
"Now that we have additional capacity, we would encourage agents who have clients looking to get away soon to consider river cruising as an option. The ship remains within Germany at all times and these beautiful, scenic routes are perfect for an autumn or pre-Christmas holiday.
"We’ve been back successfully sailing on the Rhine for more than three months now, have a comprehensive health and hygiene concept in place, and the feedback from our guests tells us they feel safe onboard and fully able to relax and enjoy their holiday.”