Emerald Waterways has opened its guides on the 2021 Russian river cruise period. Sailings will incorporate a recently chartered river ship, the just lately refurbished MS Nizhny Novgorod, constructed exclusively to sail Russia’s waterways. Offering two itineraries, sailings onboard the MS Nizhny Novgorod commence in May well 2021 and are accessible for booking now.
The 11-day “Imperial Charms of Russia” river cruise makes it possible for guests to uncover both of those classic villages and vivid cities as they sail from St. Petersburg to Moscow. Highlights incorporate a guided tour of the UNESCO Entire world Heritage-listed town of St. Petersburg, a Shashlik lunch in the village of Mandrogi, a pay a visit to to the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake, and a guided tour of Moscow, discovering the Kremlin Grounds. New for 2021, guests can select the reverse 12-day itinerary for an further day in St. Petersburg at the conclude of the sailing, which makes it possible for for a pay a visit to to Peterhof to get in its assortment of gilded fountains and canals.
The MS Nizhny Novgorod, which was refurbished in 2019, provides a range of on-board amenities, including the Volga restaurant serving Russian-influenced eating and the Panorama Bar, offering views of the passing surroundings. Guests have the preference of three cabin styles—Suite, Double Deluxe Cabin and Twin Cabin—all equipped with large home windows.
Guests booking any 2021 departure of possibly Volga itinerary will receive free, spherical-vacation flights to Russia. In lieu of flights, guests can decide to receive a discounted of $one,000 on the expense of the sailing. In addition, guests having to pay in total inside fourteen days of booking will receive an early payment price savings of $250 for every particular person. The give expires August 31, 2020.
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