Earlier this week, we heard from a reader who was “stuck” in Passau on Uniworld’s River Duchess. Underway now, the ship had been stationary since September 3 due to low water levels on the Danube. … [Read more...] about This Week In River Cruising: Stuck In Passau, Who’s To Blame?
In a recent survey, we asked readers what, if anything, was holding them back from river cruising in Europe. More than half of respondents told us that nothing is holding them back. They already have … [Read more...] about Three Concerns Still Keeping Some From River Cruising
Weather.com tells us it's raining right now in Kaub, Germany. That's good news for the German town in the picturesque Rhine Gorge. The Rhine is set to rise too, approaching 50 centimeters at the Kaub … [Read more...] about Low Water Woes Continue But Some Ships Sail Through – Others Soon To Follow?
Crisis On The Rhine. That was the headline in this morning’s Wall Street Breakfast. The news comes as no surprise to our readers who have buzzing on our water levels page about ship swaps, bus … [Read more...] about ‘Crisis On The Rhine,’ How River Cruise Companies Are Responding
One minute after midnight tomorrow, the U.S. removes one of the most challenging aspects for its citizens traveling abroad: the requirement to test negative for Covid-19 one day before returning … [Read more...] about U.S. Ends Testing For International Air Travelers, Effective This Weekend
In last week's post, Our New Year’s Eve Wish For You, we told you about Dolf Dunn's Christmas Markets cruise. Dolf and his wife Lannie shared photos of Christmas trees at various ports of call (as … [Read more...] about Our Readers Are Ready To River Cruise