Is this river cruising’s world cruise equivalent? In June 2023, AmaWaterways will offer a 46-night exploration of Europe that sails through 14 countries on seven rivers. While full details will be … [Read more...] about The 47-Day River Cruise Through Europe
In our last post, we learned how steam engines were adapted to propel riverboats in Europe and the United States (if you missed that post, see Where River Cruising Began: A ‘Fire Boat’ On The Saône). … [Read more...] about Paddle-Wheelers On The Mississippi, Steamboats On The Rhine & The Rise Of KD River Line
In 1783, in the city of Lyon, a 32-year-old engineer and inventor did something remarkable: He unwittingly gave birth to river cruising as we know it today.On what was presumably a warm day in … [Read more...] about Where River Cruising Began: A ‘Fire Boat’ On The Saône
Katarina Komazec is a cruise & travel blogger and the owner of the website Adventour Begins since June 2020. Having worked more than 7 years in the cruise industry, first as Concierge and then in … [Read more...] about A City-Phoenix – Belgrade, Serbia
Belgian maritime photographer and writer Mike Louagie is on board Ponant's first cruise since coronavirus sidelined ships this past spring. Today, Mike reports to us from Le Dumont d’Urville from the … [Read more...] about Live From Ponant & The River Seine: Is This What Future Cruising Looks Like?
On May 6, our panelists included representatives from the French Atlantic Ports. We can't promise champagne delivered to your doorstep, but we can promise an informative discussion with official reps … [Read more...] about What’s Happening With Ports of Call In France?