Emerald Cruises has announced that 2022 European river cruise sailings are now available for booking. With 75 percent of the full schedule on sale now, travelers looking to book a 2022 getaway can choose from itineraries on the Danube, Rhine, Moselle, Rhône, Saône and Douro rivers in Europe spanning more than a dozen countries.
Guests booking any 2022 European river cruise of eight days or longer will receive their choice of $1,500 savings per couple or $295 round trip air per person, while those booking a five-day Christmas sailing will receive $1,000 savings per couple or round trip air for just $695 per person. Additionally, all guests booking a 2022 European departure will receive all DiscoverMORE tours – a collection of special events – for free. Guests booking a cruise of eight days or more will receive an additional $400 off when paying in full within 14 days of booking, or $200 when paying in full by October 31. For five-day sailings, early payment discounts are $150 and $100, respectively. All bookings include a complimentary Deposit Protection Plan, allowing guests to book with confidence in the event plans change. Offer is good on bookings made by October 31, 2020.
Group travel on the rivers of Europe has enjoyed an upswing in popularity among North American travelers, with families, affinity groups, and friend circles looking to share a travel experience with people they know and trust. A group with Emerald Cruises can be as small as five cabins – or as large as a full ship charter. Special group rates and group air promotions are available, and booking a group allows for one free sailing for every nine paying guests. With Emerald Cruises’ Group Value Points program, group organizers may also tailor their guests’ experience with a range of amenities, such as onboard credit, drink packages, and additional discounts.
Emerald Cruises is also taking bookings for the 2022 Mekong River cruise season, with sailings through Cambodia and Vietnam take place aboard the line’s newest Star-Ship, Emerald Harmony.
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