A-Rosa Sails Into 2014

Cruisers are eligible for a savings of $1,000 per stateroom until Dec. 31 By: Marilyn Green
A-Rosa will offer a full season of seven- to 11-night cruises in Europe between April and December next year. // © 2013 A-Rosa River Cruises
A-Rosa will offer a full season of seven- to 11-night cruises in Europe between April and December next year. // © 2013 A-Rosa River Cruises

The Details

A-Rosa River Cruises
www.arosacruises.com

Rostock, Germany-based A-Rosa River Cruises — which entered the North American market this year with three of its 10 vessels — has announced a full season of 7- to 11-night cruises in Europe from April to December in 2014. Itineraries include a seven-day Tulip Time on the Rhine program, a varied series of routes on the Danube and Rhine and a weeklong Burgundy and Provence cruise. The line is marketed via David Morris International (DMI), specializing in luxury travel.

“Our inaugural year has proven that A-Rosa Cruises provides their guests an elevated river cruise experience, especially in the area of sophisticated cuisine and wine pairing dinners,” said DMI president David Morris. “With such positive responses from our guests, we very much look forward to 2014, and to spreading the word that A-Rosa is the next ‘must do’ when choosing to vacation in Europe.”

The English language ships have all-inclusive pricing that includes open bar, gratuities, port charges, taxes and fees, shore excursions, transfers, Wi-Fi access and gourmet cuisine.

Early booking fares start at $2,569 per person for an outside cabin when purchased by Dec. 31, a savings of $1,000 per stateroom (based on double occupancy). 

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