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A-ROSA confirms details of first sailings

A-ROSA has confirmed more details of its first sailings due to start this month.

The first trip on the Douro will depart on June 16, 2021 with weekly sailings on its seven-night ‘Douro Experience’ itinerary, travelling from Porto through the Alto Douro wine-growing valley to the Spanish border and back. 

Cruises on the Danube will commence on June 19, 2021 sailing a seven-night ‘Danube Classic’ itinerary. Meanwhile, cruises on the Rhine will resume on June 27, 2021 with two different options available - one sailing the southern Rhine from Cologne to Basel and back and one combining the Rhine and the Moselle rivers. 

As things stand at present, cruises in France are set to resume in July - the specific restart dates will be announced shortly. 

For the 2021 restart, fully vaccinated guests and those who have recently recovered from COVID-19 will not be required to undertake any testing. However, all other guests will be required to show proof of a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen test on arrival at the ship. In addition, these guests will be tested, free of charge, using a rapid antigen test before boarding and regularly during the trip. 

A-ROSA’s premium all-inclusive rate offers the opportunity to amend a booking for free, up to 30 days before the start of the cruise. 

www.arosa-cruises.com


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