Riviera River Cruises Adds Single-Supplement-Free Sailings

by Daniel McCarthy
Riviera River Cruises Adds Single-Supplement-Free Sailings

Riviera's ship, ms Robert Burns. Photo: Riviera River Cruises.


Riviera River Cruises will continue to offer single-supplement-free sailings into 2019 due to high demand from this year’s solo sailings.

The company today announced that two departures in the spring and two in the fall of 2019 will welcome solo travelers without a single-supplement—the eight-day Douro, Porto & Salamanca River Cruise departing on March 31; the eight-day Blue Danube River Cruise on April 1 and Oct. 28; and the eight-day Burgundy, River Rhone & Provence sailing on Oct. 31.

“These exclusive departures for solo travelers offer the opportunity to experience a European river cruise on a five-star ship with like-minded travelers, without paying a single supplement for any cabin or suite across the entire ship,” said Jana Tvedt, Riviera River Cruises’ U.S. Vice President.

Riviera also offers a limited number of single-supplement-free fares on each departure throughout the year.

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