Friday, 2 August 2013

Titan's New Look For 2014

Titan Travel and their exclusive partnership with deluxe river cruise line Uniworld has launched the first edition of their new 2014 river cruise brochure, with three brand new itineraries and savings of up to £600 per person on bookings made before the end of September.

With a new format showcasing all 24 itineraries to the most scenic waterways of Europe, Russia, China, Vietnam and Cambodia, the brochure highlights Uniworld’s fleet of superbly appointed floating boutique-style hotels. With an average capacity of 130 guests and the highest staff-to-guest ratio in the river cruise industry, all the 5-star vessels are designed by Red Carnation Hotels and include original works of art, antiques and furnishings.

For the first time in 2014, every European itinerary (excluding Russia) is all-inclusive, with prices covering all gratuities (on-board and ashore), unlimited wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks throughout (excluding premium wines and spirits) and on-board Wi-Fi. This enhancement invites guests to relax in the knowledge there are no hidden extras once on board and these extras are offered in addition to the existing range of Zagat-recommended river-view staterooms, full board fine dining, a choice of expert-guided shore excursions at every port of call and unique door-to-door transfers from any UK address as part of Titan’s VIP Home Departure Service.

New for 2014 is the expansion of Uniworld’s award-winning fleet of vessels with the addition of the new SS Catherine. Set to raise the bar even higher than sister ship SS Antoinette, this beautiful vessel will replace the River Royale along the Rhône and Saône through southern France on the perennially popular 8-day ‘Burgundy & Provence’ itinerary from Lyon to Avignon, with prices starting from £2,099 per person based on a November 2014 departure (saving £300 if booked by September 30).

For more info, visit and for more river-cruise ideas, follow this link to The Cruise Line, the UK's luxuring cruise specialists.