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Scenic Group to launch Emerald Waterways as standalone brand Down Under

Proof that the cruise industry is still alive and kicking comes this positive news from our good friends at Scenic.

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A-ROSA’s regional director predicts faster rebound for river cruising

by Huntley Mitchell

Travel Weekly chews the fat with the delightful Birgit Eisbrenner about all things cruising, including A-ROSA’s plans to restart this month.

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Weather forces APT and Travelmarvel to cancel river cruises

Just in case you needed another reason why climate change sucks, some unseasonably warm and dry weather has just ruined a bunch of river cruise holidays.

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First #ChooseCruise winners announced!

We haven’t won anything since being awarded “most improved” for learning to tie our shoes in the second grade. The certificate is still on our mum’s fridge.

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Riviera’s Thomas Morgan: “We’re very committed to the trade”

by Lauren Croft

We sat down with Morgan to chat about the difference between river and ocean cruising. Here’s that very conversation reprinted in handy word form.

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River cruising still “perceived as niche”: CLIA MD

by Hannah Edensor

With just 10% of Aussies choosing river cruising, CLIA’s boss is busting myths and taking names. Actually, he was a lot less dramatic than that.

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Scenic turns 30!

by Daisy Melwani

Scenic celebrated its 30th birthday at a lavish event for travel agents and suppliers – check out all the snaps!

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Scenic reveals “best dressed” agency in Australia

The winner of $5,000 cash in Scenic’s 2015 best dressed agency competition has been revealed – check out the winning entry here!

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Crystal gives sneak peek into river raptures

by Hannah Edensor

Crystal Cruises has pulled back the curtain on its river cruising plans, including its fresh twist on traditional itineraries.

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Demand drives Disney to add more river cruises

by Daisy Melwani

Disney have hit the jackpot yet again as the idea of sailing down the Danube with Mickey is proving to be a big hit with families.

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APT adds new ships for 2016

by Richie Kenzie

River cruise specialist APT is lifting its fleet size from 15 to 17 with the introduction of two new vessels, the MS AmaStella and the MS AmaViola.

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BREAKING NEWS: APT to add 2 new vessels in 2016

by Daisy Melwani

APT are introducing two new vessels in 2016, the AmaStella and AmaViola, amping its presence on the European river cruising scene.

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