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We're proud of all the different river cruise ships we've selected

Let us take you on your chosen cruise, comfortably and in style.

Every ship has been carefully selected by our experts for its combination of great facilities and service, and has passed our thorough programme of quality and performance checks.

Plus, each ship has carefully-planned itineraries that allow you to do as much or as little as you like.

So you can make your choice with confidence, whether you prefer a small, intimate ship or a larger vessel that can elegantly transport more than 200 passengers.



The luxurious A-ROSA Stella coasts past a French riverside town.


Launched for the 2017 cruise season, the Amadeus Provence, is the new way to travel the Saône and Rhone rivers in central and southern France.

Amadeus Provence

Livingstone sailing on the Nile


MS Botticelli sailing through a country town, as passengers congregate on the sun deck.

MS Botticelli

The stately MS Carmen.

MS Carmen

The 110-metre river cruiser MS Cyrano de Bergerac sails through a city, on the River Gironde, France, decked out with festive decorations.

MS Cyrano de Bergerac

MS Dnieper Princess

MS Dnieper Princess

The newly refurbished MS Douce France, includes a comfortable lounge bar with a dance-floor. The ship is moored riverside.

MS Douce France II

MS Fluvius

MS Fluvius

Take in the historic towns and scenic landscapes of the Elba and Oder rivers with a MS Frederic Chopin river cruise.

MS Frederic Chopin

Travellers relax on deck as MS La Belle de Cadix passes a white riverside village.

MS La Belle de Cadix

Passengers on the sun deck of modern MS Loire Princesse taking in the magnificent St Nazaire Bridge over the River Loire.

MS Loire Princesse

MS Michelangelo cruising past the Molino Stucky building on Giudecca island, Venice, Italy.

MS Michelangelo

MS Miguel Torga

MS Miguel Torga

MS Monet visiting Esztergom Basilica in Hungary, on the Danube River.

MS Monet

The partially shaded sun deck of the MS Princess is an excellent spot to enjoy the sites and sounds of the Dutch and German waterways.

MS Princess

MS Princesse d'Aquitaine moored in Bordeaux, France on a sunny day.

MS Princesse d'Aquitaine

The two-deck river ship MS Renoir moored at a town on the River Seine on route to Paris.

MS Renoir

The five-deck MS Rossia is a stylish way to tour the traditional villages and iconic cities of the Russian waterways.

MS Rossia

Passengers take in the view as the MS Seine Comtesse navigates a confluence of rivers on a Seine cruise.

MS Seine Comtesse

MS Seine Princess moored in an idyllic Normandy village of Les Andelys on the banks for the River Seine.

MS Seine Princess

The four-deck MS Surikov tours the Russian waterways, stopping at iconic cities including St Petersburg and Moscow.

MS Surikov

The newly refurbished MS Van Gogh II sailing along the calm river waters.

MS Van Gogh II

Cruise the picturesque Rhine and Danube rivers aboard MS Vivaldi.

MS Vivaldi

Explore the Russian waterways on large and spacious MV Rublev.

MV Rublev

Sail along the Nile aboard one of the river cruise ships in the Travcotels fleet.