Doing more onshore

The Palace at Versailles For all the fuss river cruise lines make about their pretty ships (and don’t get me wrong, most are a visual delight), the truth is that many of the most memorable river cruising moments don’t take place on the water – they take place on land. Yes, images of boats sellContinue reading “Doing more onshore”

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Low water levels plague Europe river cruises

With a low water level, a large stretch of the Elbe’s riverbed was exposed in August near Magdeburg, Germany. Photo Credit: Shutterstock   A hot and dry summer in Europe has led to lower-than-normal water levels on portions of the Danube and Elbe rivers throughout the summer, and has forced river cruise lines to alter theirContinue reading “Low water levels plague Europe river cruises”

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It’s all about relationships

It’s no big secret that so much in the travel industry is about relationships — relationships between agents and their clients, relationships between suppliers and agents, relationships between suppliers and vendors. Indeed, relationships are the building blocks that create the foundation for the high-touch world of travel. So, perhaps it should come as little surpriseContinue reading “It’s all about relationships”

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