River cruise specialist, VIVA Cruises, has welcomed its first new build ship to its fleet. VIVA ONE was christened in its home port of Düsseldorf, Germany.
From April to October next year, the 164-guest vessel will offer exciting new ocean itineraries in northern and western Europe, as well as Arctic cruises.
Viva Cruises will welcome two brand new ships to its fleet in 2022. At the same time, two further vessels will be given a fresh new look and will be sailing exclusively for brand next year.
Despite the current lockdown and travel restrictions, river cruise specialist Viva Cruises has been working hard to welcome visitors on board as soon as it is safe to do so.
River cruise operator Scylla has announced the sailing of 34 ships on Europe’s waterways with immediate effect. The move makes the company one of the first to resume operations as the Covid-19 outbreak recedes and destinations reopen to tourism.
River cruise specialist, Viva Cruises, is re-launching its flagship vessel Viva Tiara in March. The ship, currently under a comprehensive renovation, will become the very first ship owned by the young European river tour operator.
River cruise specialist Viva Cruises is entering the expedition market with its new ship MS Seaventure. Viva Cruises now offers four-star expedition cruising for just 164 guests.