Persistent dry spell in Europe is challenging river cruise lines
The Rhine is so low that historical relics and a World War II bomb have been found along its dried-up riverbed.
7 days ago - Travel Weekly
Is it time for a river cruise bill of rights?
Clients need better updates from river cruise lines about current water conditions.
9 days ago - Travel Weekly
Itinerary change adds bonus ancestry tour to wellness cruise
When low water forced river cruise lines to abandon sailings between Basel and Amsterdam, the alternate route for my wellness cruise brought me to the small towns my...
11 days ago - Travel Weekly
For the Record
Strasbourg: In the Oct. 28 Travel section, a Tours & Cruises item about a Rhine River cruise said Strasbourg is in Germany. It is in France.
16 days ago - LA Times
Deep in Peru's jungle, a free treehouse stay with an Amazon River cruise
As if an Amazon River cruise isn't exciting enough, Rainforest Cruises throws in two free nights in a treehouse and domestic flights within Peru. The deal: The cruises cost...
18 days ago - LA Times
Getting ship-shape on the river
River cruise editor Jeri Clausing's assignment: Checking out the wellness program AmaWaterways has added to a number of its ships.
19 days ago - Travel Weekly
Ted Sykes leaving American Queen Steamboat Co
The river cruise company has grown to a three-ship fleet under his tenure as president, with a fourth paddlewheeler on the way.
19 days ago - Travel Weekly
U.S. river cruise lines struggling to keep up with demand
Operators are adding ships and extending their seasons. "It's kind of a nice place to be in," said Ted Sykes, president and COO of American Queen Steamboat Co.
21 days ago - Travel Weekly
AmaWaterways crew resourceful when river conditions change
River cruise editor Jeri Clausing experienced how fast work salvaged an AmaPrima cruise when low waters forced the line to make changes.
24 days ago - Travel Weekly
River lines raise the bar to meet changing demands
A AAA Travel report that shows a surge in demand for smaller ocean and river cruise ships validated efforts by river cruise lines to upgrade their product and diversify their...
25 days ago - Travel Weekly
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Former military lookout point perched on the Rock of Gibraltar is...
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Nerve-wracking footage from the cockpit shows pilots landing during...
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Half of the world's annual precipitation falls in just 12 days, new study finds
Government researchers analyzed data collected at weather stations across the globe for the find, and found the rainiest days are set to get rainier.