A-Rosa River Cruises ship A-Rosa Silva resumes sailings on the Rhine and Main

   October 7, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

A-Rosa River Cruises ship Arosa Silva resumed sailings on the Rhine and Main on September 27. The move means that 4 of A-ROSA’s Rhine-deployed riverboats are now back in operation.

According to Jorg Eichler (A-ROSA Flussschiff GmbH's CEO), "Germany is currently one of the few countries where international guests can travel to without having to quarantine on return." He added they would encourage agents who have any customers looking to get away soon "to consider river cruising as an option."

"The ship remains within Germany at all times and these are beautiful, scenic routes are perfect for an autumn or pre-Christmas holiday. We’ve been back successfully sailing on the Rhine for over three months now, have a comprehensive health and hygiene concept in place and the feedback from our guests tells us that they feel safe onboard and fully able to relax and enjoy their holiday.”

Arosa Silva cruise ship

Arosa Silva is currently operating a series of 7-night ‘Main Romantic’ sailings from Cologne to Nuremberg and reverse.

Passengers can enjoy picturesque landscapes and the opportunity to visit various UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The first port of call is Koblenz, which is the crossing point of the Rhine and Moselle and where the popular Ehrenbreitstein Fortress and German Corner can be visited. Following a trip through the Middle Rhine Valley with its castles and Loreley Passage, the boat reaches Frankfurt and the town of Wertheim with its castle complex. Prior to Nuremberg is visited Bamberg - which old town is a UNESCO Site since 1993.

Towards the end of the month, the vessel will sail two Moselle River itineraries from Cologne prior to sailing pre-Christmas festive voyages.