Recognising an growing development for family and friends holidaying collectively post-Covid-19, Uniworld is providing new worth for teams of ten or extra folks travelling collectively on a wide array of 2021 sailings.
The Associates Reunited bundle is accessible on quite a few departures throughout its programme together with the Danube, Rhine, Seine, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Venice lagoon and Po river, Volga, Mekong, Ganges and the Nile, in addition to on its 2021 Christmas Market cruises on the Danube, Rhine and the Seine.
Advantages of the bundle are together with financial savings of between £400 and £800 per visitor (relying on the itinerary and dates), whereas, for each ten company travelling in Europe, one individual will sail and journey at no cost (consists of air or rail journey).
For each fifteen company travelling on the Exotics programme (Nile, Mekong, Yangtze, Ganges), one individual will sail at no cost (cruise solely).
Every visitor may also obtain £100 on board credit score.
The Associates Reunited bundle can also be out there on Uniworld’s well-liked multi-generational cruises, the place youthful company aged between 4 and seventeen take pleasure in their very own devoted cruise programme filled with family-friendly actions, out there on the Danube, Rhine, Italy and chosen Christmas market itineraries.
Chris Townson, managing director of Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Assortment within the UK & Eire, stated: “Greater than ever, we’re all appreciating that what issues most is treasured time with family and friends, having been remoted from one another for therefore lengthy.
“We’re getting suggestions from our key companions that there’s elevated demand from company planning to spend high quality time travelling as a blended group of mates or with prolonged household, usually two or extra generations.
“On the again of this rising development, we’ve launched our new Associates Reunited bundle providing unbelievable costs which can make it simpler and higher worth than ever for bigger teams to cruise with us.”