MIL­LEN­NI­ALS – AND KIDS – TAKE TO THE RIVER

Cruise Passenger - - RIVER CRUISING: TRENDS -

Last year, new river cruise line U by Uni­world launched The B for mil­len­ni­als and she’ll be joined by The A in April. Tar­get­ing younger cruis­ers, the two iden­ti­cal ships have room for 120 young pas­sen­gers who like to ex­pe­ri­ence the daz­zling nightlife in vi­brant cities such as Bu­dapest. In Paris, U by Uni­world will of­fer a rooftop ex­pe­ri­ence for a dif­fer­ent view of the City of Lights. Guests can also go on a bike tour in Frankfurt or a canal cruise in Am­s­ter­dam. Life on board is lively with mixol­o­gists, in­ter­na­tional DJs and com­mu­nal din­ing with healthy op­tions such as miso-mar­i­nated wild salmon, veg­e­tar­ian and vegan food. Mean­while, Ad­ven­tures by Dis­ney River Cruises is tar­get­ing fam­i­lies with kids on sail­ings on the Danube and Rhine rivers. The itin­er­ar­ies in­clude Dis­ney movie nights and ex­cur­sions for kids such as a pret­zel party in Vil­shofen, Ger­many or climb­ing the Tree Path Kopf­ing in Aus­tria. Dis­ney char­ters ships in­clud­ing AmaVi­ola from AmaWa­ter­ways, which part­ners with APT in Aus­tralia.

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