Arosa Riva


Cruise line
Arosa Cruises

Current cruise:
01 Jan, 1970 - 01 Jan, 1970

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Arosa Riva Review and Specifications

Specifications of Arosa Riva

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Review of Arosa Riva

The Arosa Riva boat cruises on Danube River leaving from Austria and Germany.

Arosa Riva cruise ship

A-Rosa Riva belongs to the fleet of A-Rosa Cruises, with home port Rostock, Germany. She was launched on April 17, 2003. All included in prices are the gratuities, shore excursions, specialty beverages and cocktails. Sister ships are the A-Rosa named Donna, Mia and Bella. The Riva offers 100 outer cabins in 4 categories, featuring a juliette or panoramic balcony. Inside cabins you'll find simple, but elegant furnishings, air conditioning and television.A-Rosa Riva cruise ship The Riva ship features one restaurant, two bars, two lounges and biosauna, Finnish sauna, and resting area - plenty of space for relaxation, but also for well-being and fitness. On the Sun deck there is an outdoor pool, shuffleboard and putting green. Because of size restrictions concerning the Main-Danube Canal (max vessel width is 11, 4 m), Arosa Riva was delivered not via the traditional route “North Sea-Baltic Canal-Wadden Sea-Rhine”, but via the Black Sea. The river ship was loaded on pontoons and towed to Constanta, Romania.

A-Rosa Riva ship

Year built 2004 IMO number MMSI number Callsign code Flag State (registered in) no 211160710 DA4157 Germany
Passenger capacity Crew capacity Gross tonnage weight LOA length 245 50 3,520 tons 409 ft (125 m) Ship builder Owner and Operator Neptun Werft GmbH (Germany) A-ROSA Flussschiff GmbH
  • Passenger decks: 4 (out of 4)
  • Cabin grades number: 4
  • Total number of cabins: 100 (of which 48 French Balconies, 6 with Panoramic Windows, 46 with a non-opening window).
  • Restaurants, Lounges & Bars: Market Restaurant (main dining), Cafe Bar (casual, Afternoon tea), Riva Lounge & Bar (itinerary-based regional delicacies), Sun Deck (Mobile Bar & Grill, shaded relaxation area, giant chess, putting green), Riva Atrium.
  • A-Rosa Riva cruise deals are inclusive of Wi-Fi Internet, all tours /excursions (including on bicycles), ground transfers, live onboard entertainment (performances, lectures, food and wine tastings), 24-hour coffee/tea, alcohol (beer, wine, spirits), replenished daily bottled water.
  • ARosa Riva cruises on Danube river. The vessel is in the same class with the A-Rosa cruise ships Bella, Donna and Mia. Their most popular features are the distinct ship design, spa, 2 saunas, gym, shop, outdoor swimming pool. Highest category staterooms are "French Balcony" (no Suites on the Riva ship).
  • The Riva ship offers complimentary bicycles on land tours and excursions in each of the visited ports.

Note: You can see the CruiseMapper's list of all river cruise ships and riverboats in the "itinerary" section of our River Cruises hub. All companies and their fleets are listed there.

A-Rosa Riva river cruise prices are per person and based on double occupancy. These are only indicative A-Rosa cruise rates. They might be different when you book your Arosa Riva cruisetour deals (all-inclusive), influenced by travel agency promotions, special offers and discounts, group travel booking or last-minute deals rates.

Arosa Riva itineraries

  • "DANUBE CLASSICS" - 7-days river cruise from Passau to Budapest (round-trip, starting with the Vienna overnight stay). It visits Esztergom, Budapest (overnight stay), Bratislava, Krems, melk and Passau.
  • "DANUBE HIGHLIGHTS" - 5-days round-trip cruise from Passau to Budapest, not stopping in Esztergom, Hungary. The shortest/cheapest Arosa deals are on 4-days "mini" offers on sailings from Passau to Austria alone.

The Arosa Riva itinerary program includes the following voyages leaving from Germany and Austria:

  • 3-day (Danube cruise Germany to Austria) round-trip from Passau to Wachau Valley, Vienna, Wachau Valley, Krems, Melk, ending in Passau
  • 4-day (Danube River cruise Germany to Austria) round-trip from Passau to Vienna (overnight), Linz, ending in Passau
  • 4-day (Danube cruise Germany to Austria) round-trip from Passau to Wachau Valley, Vienna (overnight), Linz, ending in Passau
  • 4-day (Danube cruise Germany to Austria) round-trip from Passau to Melk, Vienna (overnight), Durnstein, ending in Passau
  • 5-day (Danube cruise Germany to Austria, Hungary, Slovakia) round-trip from Passau to Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Krems, Wachau Valley, Melk, ending in Passau
  • 7-day (Danube cruise Germany to Slovakia, Hungary, Austria) round-trip from Passau to Bratislava, Budapest (overnight), Esztergom, Vienna (overnight), Krems, Melk, ending in Passau
  • 7-day (Danube cruise Germany to Austria, Slovakia, Hungary) round-trip from Passau to Durnstein, Bratislava, Budapest, Vienna, Melk, Vienna, Linz, ending in Passau
  • 3-day (Danube River cruise in Austria) round-trip from Engelhartszell to Wachau Valley, Vienna, Krems, Wachau Valley, Melk, ending in Engelhartszell
  • 4-day (Danube cruise in Austria) round-trip from Engelhartszell to Vienna (overnight), Linz, ending in Engelhartszell
  • 4-day (Danube cruise in Austria) round-trip from Engelhartszell to Wachau Valley, Vienna (overnight), Linz, ending in Engelhartszell
  • 4-day (Danube cruise Austria to Hungary and Slovakia) round-trip from Engelhartszell to Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Krems, Wachau Valley, Melk, ending in Engelhartszell
  • 4-day (Danube cruise Austria to Hungary, Slovakia) round-trip from Engelhartszell to Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Krems, Wachau Valley, Melk, ending in Engelhartszell
  • 5-day (Danube cruise Austria and Slovakia) round-trip from Engelhartszell to Melk, Wachau Valley, Vienna (2 overnights), Bratislava, ending in Engelhartszell

River cruise itinerary ports

Follows the list of Arosa Cruises itinerary ports of call and the visited countries by the Riva riverboat:

  • Germany – Passau, Munich
  • Austria – Vienna, Linz, Melk, Krems, Wachau Valley, Engelhartszell
  • Hungary – Esztergom, Budapest
  • Slovakia – Bratislava

ARosa Riva river cruise tours ashore are usually themed as "food and wine", culture and history excursions (visiting museums and architecture, old town touring and sightseeing), with optional sports and leisure activities.