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Royal Tulips & Windmills

March 22, 2018 | 8 Days | 10 Cities | 2 Countries

From $1199 Small Ship Cruising aboard the MS Royal Crown

Including all taxes and port charges! 48% Off over the competition! Previous Teeming River Cruise passengers receive $100 Off per person.

Embark the MS Royal Crown in the cultural capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, for this springtime adventure!  Visit some of the oldest fishing & trading ports such as Hoorn, Veere & Middelburg along with historical, bustling cities of the Netherlands and Belgium where you can learn about the building of Polderlands, ships, and windmills.  Ghent & Antwerp take us to Belgium where they produce some of the best chocolate & lace products in the world.  Perhaps you would like to experience traditional Dutch farming or sample and see the local produce and flowers at one of the biggest market halls in the Netherlands in Rotterdam in your free time.  We have something for everyone on this memorable cruise!

Deck Plans


Room Availability

Royal Suite

Premium Cabin

PC11 ~ $1,799/$257 night
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PC14 ~ $1,799/$257 night
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PC15 ~ $1,799/$257 night
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Deluxe Cabin*

DC30 ~ $1,199/$171 night
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DC42 ~ $1,199/$171 night
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DC43 ~ $1,199/$171 night
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DC44 ~ $1,199/$171 night
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DC45 ~ $1,199/$171 night
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DC46 ~ $1,199/$171 night
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DC35 ~ $1,224/$175 night
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DC36 ~ $1,224/$175 night
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DC37 ~ $1,224/$175 night
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DC29 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC31 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC32 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC33 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC34 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC38 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC39 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC40 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC41 ~ $1,249/$178 night
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DC23 ~ $1,299/$186 night
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DC24 ~ $1,299/$186 night
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DC25 ~ $1,299/$186 night
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DC26 ~ $1,299/$186 night
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DC27 ~ $1,299/$186 night
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DC20 ~ $1,324/$189 night
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DC22 ~ $1,324/$189 night
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DC10 ~ $1,349/$193 night
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DC7 ~ $1,349/$193 night
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DC8 ~ $1,349/$193 night
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*Twin beds cannot be pushed together

Itinerary

Date
Port
Arrival
Depart
Details

Welcome to Amsterdam! Your Royal Tulips & Windmills Cruise begins here in the Netherlands’ capital. If your arrival schedule permits, take a Canal Ring (a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site) tour on the charming waterways lined with 16th and 17th century merchants’ homes and warehouses, visit one of the renowned city museums (e.g. Amsterdam Rijksmuseum. Van Gogh Museum, and Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam), tour the Anne Frank House (note: online tickets are made available on their website two months in advance, please plan accordingly), or simply stroll through the lively streets. This modern city with old world charm and historic significance provides the perfect starting place for your Teeming River Cruises’ tour. After settling in your cabin, which will be your floating hotel room for the duration of the cruise, please join us to raise a glass to toast our voyage at the Captain’s Welcome Reception.

Meals: 5-Course Welcome Aboard Dinner 7 pm
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Teeming City Guided Walk App Complimentary

City Walk App Available- 21 Walks to choose from $5

 

Tourism Website Link

Port Location Not Assigned

Explore the historic maritime city of Hoorn, lined with gable brick row houses and stylish shops. This seaport town was one of the trading cities that joined forces to create the Dutch East India Company, explaining Hoorn’s prominence as a center of trade during Holland’s Golden Age. Stroll the Rode Steen, the picturesque main square overlooked by the striking façade of the Westfries Museum and former cheese warehouses. Wander through the lively harbor area, still studded with sailing boats and centuries-old warehouses. Admire the imposing Hoofdtoren defensive tower, dating to the 16th century. Completely restored in the 1900s, this prominent landmark now houses a restaurant. Pose beside the three bronze cabin boys (representing heroes of the children’s books by Johan Fabricius) on the quay wall and listen with them to “the voice of the sea, which entices and intoxicates”. Return to ship for lunch and sail on.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

The capital of the province Flevoland, Lelystad was founded in 1967 and named after Cornelis Lely. Looking around Lelystad a majority of its landscape is water because at the beginning of the Second World War the land was being reclaimed by the sea. In an effort to preserve their maritime history, the Batavia Yard is a shipyard reconstructing ships from the Golden Age. However, due to the first inhabitants residing in 1967, today there are more modern attractions.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrive early to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kinderdijk, a charming village renowned for having the largest concentration of old-style windmills in the Netherlands. At one time, windmills were used to help control flooding in the Netherlands, pumping massive amounts of water out of the lowlands and creating arable land known as polders. Although most windmills have since been replaced by newer technology, a group of 19 impressive 18th-century windmills still function in Kinderdijk. Ascend the steep stairs of a mill and look out over fields which would be nonexistent if it weren’t for this impressive Dutch ingenuity.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

During the afternoon, you can visit the major port city of Rotterdam. As you cruise to the port with its impressive skyline, you will understand why it’s often referred to as the “Manhattan on the Meuse”. Although the city dates back to 1340, the city center was almost completely destroyed in World War II. The reconstructed cosmopolitan city is now known for its modern, unique architecture. Some of these architectural highlights are the Cube houses, Erasmus Bridge, Euromast, Van Nelle factory, and Kop van Zuid. For something more quaint head to Delfshaven, one of the most pleasant districts in Rotterdam. Since this area was spared during the WW II bombings, it is filled with historic buildings and exudes the charm of pre-war Rotterdam. Discover the Pilgrim Fathers’ Church where the pilgrims gathered before setting sail for America. Visit the city brewery (i.e. De Pelgrim) and a replica of an 18th-century warship (i.e. De Delft). If you’re up for something a little quirky try Rotterdam street golf in historic Delfshaven through treacherous cobblestones, old bridges, and narrow alleys. http://rotterdamstreetgolf.nl/docs/meedoen.htm Alternatively, you could head to the delightful nearby Dutch town of Delft (12 minutes by train), home to the famous Delft porcelain factory and painter Johannes Vermeer.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

The tiny village of Veere is rich in both history and nature with its surrounding forest. This quaint Dutch gem provides the perfect setting for a Sunday morning walk. Explore its historic old houses on the Markt, the eye-catching Town Hall with its 48-bell carillon, the 15th century Scottish House, the Campveerse Toren and the Grote Kerk (literally “Big Church”). On the edge of Veere, you will discover the picturesque windmill De Koe used for corn milling. After a morning of exploration, return to the ship to set sail to Middleburg.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Spend the remainder of the day exploring the ancient town of Middleburg, the capital of the province of Zeeland and another former trading city of the Dutch East India company. This fortified town was founded in the 9th Viking raids. The original was built in 844 and replaced in 1125 with a new one, the Abdij (abbey). This vast enclosed complex includes the imposing Lange Jan tower, three churches, and Zeeuws Museum. Wander in the Markt (town square) dominated by the Oude Stadhuis (old city hall), a captivating display of a Late Gothic architectural masterpiece. In addition to these sites, Middleburg also boasts several windmills, such as De Hoop (The Hope). For a unique perspective, opt for exploring the city on a canal tour.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Today you will have ample opportunity to immerse yourself in a charming Belgium town. In fact, you can choose between two. Discover the picturesque port city of Ghent known for its medieval architecture. Feast your eyes on the 12th-century Gravensteen castle, the majestic Cathedral of St. Bavo, the Old Market (Groentenmarkt), and the Graslei (i.e. a row of guildhalls along the Graslei Canal). Or you could travel to the captivating Medieval city of Bruges. Not only the capital of West Flanders, this fairy-tale marvel has also earned the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage City. Step into Bruges and back in time, strolling the cobblestone lanes and dreamy canals. In fact, due to the wealth of canals in Bruges, it is often referred to as “the Venice of the North”.  Enchanting market squares are lined with architectural masterpieces. Taste the old-world charm of the Historic Centre of Bruges, tour the De Halve Brewery, meander through the Markt, or explore the Groeninge Museum. Prepare to lose your heart in this captivating Belgium jewel.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Welcome to Antwerp, renowned for being the “world’s leading diamond city” (more than 70% of all diamonds are traded here). But diamonds aren’t the only thing that makes Antwerp such an exquisite gem. The Old Town preserves its rich Flemish culture with its labyrinth of cobbled lanes weaving between charming squares. Discover the Grote Markt (i.e. Grand Place), the very heart of the Old Town with its imposing Town Hall, famous Brabo Fountain, and wonderfully preserved guild houses. Feast your eyes on the UNESCO-designated Cathedral of Our Lady, Belgium’s largest Gothic church which boasts soaring spires and a 47-bell carillon; plus, it houses some of the city’s native son, Rubens, most famous paintings. You can even visit Rubens’ House. If you are starting to have your fill of historical sites and art masterpieces, slow down and enjoy some of the city’s culinary delights such as Belgium chocolate, beer, or waffles.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Today you will have a full day to explore the history-rich city of Arnhem. Admire Arnhem’s famous bridge over the Rhine, immortalized in the film A Bridge Too Far, where British paratroopers held fast for four days against overwhelming odds. In honor of the commander of the paratroopers, the bridge was renamed the John Frost Bridge. Arnhem features numerous museums and cultural attractions. Top of the list would be the incredible Netherlands Open Air Museum – the Netherlands’ first and best open-air folk museum spread across 82 wonderful wooded acres. You’ll relish this huge park of windmills, old farmhouses and other traditional buildings (gathered from throughout the Netherlands then reassembled here), time-honored craft demonstrations, and a pleasant education-by-immersion in Dutch culture. Alternatively, you might opt to step back in time by traveling to nearby (less than 15 minutes by train) Nijmegen, widely regarded as the oldest city in the Netherlands with a settlement as early as the first century B.C.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Your cruise comes to an end back in the incredible city of Amsterdam. As we complete our tour, our hope is that your journey has been a delight to the senses as you have tasted of the cultural enjoyments, rich history, and breathtaking beauty of the Netherlands and Belgium.

Depart after breakfast to explore this world-class city on your own. If you’re staying on in Amsterdam, today would be a perfect day to round out your Royal Tulips and Windmills Tour with a trip to the nearby Keukenhof Gardens abloom with tulips and/or Zaanse Schans Windmill Village.

While this is the end of your cruise, your memories will live on from your Royal Tulips and Windmills Tour. Thank you for cruising with Teeming River Cruises, where vacations come first and memories last.

Meals: Breakfast

Port Location Not Assigned

Port
Date
Details

Arrival: 3:00 PM
Depart:

Welcome to Amsterdam! Your Royal Tulips & Windmills Cruise begins here in the Netherlands’ capital. If your arrival schedule permits, take a Canal Ring (a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site) tour on the charming waterways lined with 16th and 17th century merchants’ homes and warehouses, visit one of the renowned city museums (e.g. Amsterdam Rijksmuseum. Van Gogh Museum, and Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam), tour the Anne Frank House (note: online tickets are made available on their website two months in advance, please plan accordingly), or simply stroll through the lively streets. This modern city with old world charm and historic significance provides the perfect starting place for your Teeming River Cruises’ tour. After settling in your cabin, which will be your floating hotel room for the duration of the cruise, please join us to raise a glass to toast our voyage at the Captain’s Welcome Reception.

Meals: 5-Course Welcome Aboard Dinner 7 pm
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Teeming City Guided Walk App Complimentary

City Walk App Available- 21 Walks to choose from $5

 

Tourism Website Link

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival:
Depart: 2:00 AM

Arrival: 6:00 AM
Depart: 12:00 PM

Explore the historic maritime city of Hoorn, lined with gable brick row houses and stylish shops. This seaport town was one of the trading cities that joined forces to create the Dutch East India Company, explaining Hoorn’s prominence as a center of trade during Holland’s Golden Age. Stroll the Rode Steen, the picturesque main square overlooked by the striking façade of the Westfries Museum and former cheese warehouses. Wander through the lively harbor area, still studded with sailing boats and centuries-old warehouses. Admire the imposing Hoofdtoren defensive tower, dating to the 16th century. Completely restored in the 1900s, this prominent landmark now houses a restaurant. Pose beside the three bronze cabin boys (representing heroes of the children’s books by Johan Fabricius) on the quay wall and listen with them to “the voice of the sea, which entices and intoxicates”. Return to ship for lunch and sail on.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 2:30 PM
Depart:

The capital of the province Flevoland, Lelystad was founded in 1967 and named after Cornelis Lely. Looking around Lelystad a majority of its landscape is water because at the beginning of the Second World War the land was being reclaimed by the sea. In an effort to preserve their maritime history, the Batavia Yard is a shipyard reconstructing ships from the Golden Age. However, due to the first inhabitants residing in 1967, today there are more modern attractions.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival:
Depart: 1:00 AM

Arrival: 8:00 AM
Depart: 11:30 AM

Arrive early to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kinderdijk, a charming village renowned for having the largest concentration of old-style windmills in the Netherlands. At one time, windmills were used to help control flooding in the Netherlands, pumping massive amounts of water out of the lowlands and creating arable land known as polders. Although most windmills have since been replaced by newer technology, a group of 19 impressive 18th-century windmills still function in Kinderdijk. Ascend the steep stairs of a mill and look out over fields which would be nonexistent if it weren’t for this impressive Dutch ingenuity.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 12:30 PM
Depart: 10:00 PM

During the afternoon, you can visit the major port city of Rotterdam. As you cruise to the port with its impressive skyline, you will understand why it’s often referred to as the “Manhattan on the Meuse”. Although the city dates back to 1340, the city center was almost completely destroyed in World War II. The reconstructed cosmopolitan city is now known for its modern, unique architecture. Some of these architectural highlights are the Cube houses, Erasmus Bridge, Euromast, Van Nelle factory, and Kop van Zuid. For something more quaint head to Delfshaven, one of the most pleasant districts in Rotterdam. Since this area was spared during the WW II bombings, it is filled with historic buildings and exudes the charm of pre-war Rotterdam. Discover the Pilgrim Fathers’ Church where the pilgrims gathered before setting sail for America. Visit the city brewery (i.e. De Pelgrim) and a replica of an 18th-century warship (i.e. De Delft). If you’re up for something a little quirky try Rotterdam street golf in historic Delfshaven through treacherous cobblestones, old bridges, and narrow alleys. http://rotterdamstreetgolf.nl/docs/meedoen.htm Alternatively, you could head to the delightful nearby Dutch town of Delft (12 minutes by train), home to the famous Delft porcelain factory and painter Johannes Vermeer.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 7:00 AM
Depart: 12:00 PM

The tiny village of Veere is rich in both history and nature with its surrounding forest. This quaint Dutch gem provides the perfect setting for a Sunday morning walk. Explore its historic old houses on the Markt, the eye-catching Town Hall with its 48-bell carillon, the 15th century Scottish House, the Campveerse Toren and the Grote Kerk (literally “Big Church”). On the edge of Veere, you will discover the picturesque windmill De Koe used for corn milling. After a morning of exploration, return to the ship to set sail to Middleburg.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 1:00 PM
Depart: 10:00 PM

Spend the remainder of the day exploring the ancient town of Middleburg, the capital of the province of Zeeland and another former trading city of the Dutch East India company. This fortified town was founded in the 9th Viking raids. The original was built in 844 and replaced in 1125 with a new one, the Abdij (abbey). This vast enclosed complex includes the imposing Lange Jan tower, three churches, and Zeeuws Museum. Wander in the Markt (town square) dominated by the Oude Stadhuis (old city hall), a captivating display of a Late Gothic architectural masterpiece. In addition to these sites, Middleburg also boasts several windmills, such as De Hoop (The Hope). For a unique perspective, opt for exploring the city on a canal tour.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 5:00 AM
Depart: 10:00 PM

Today you will have ample opportunity to immerse yourself in a charming Belgium town. In fact, you can choose between two. Discover the picturesque port city of Ghent known for its medieval architecture. Feast your eyes on the 12th-century Gravensteen castle, the majestic Cathedral of St. Bavo, the Old Market (Groentenmarkt), and the Graslei (i.e. a row of guildhalls along the Graslei Canal). Or you could travel to the captivating Medieval city of Bruges. Not only the capital of West Flanders, this fairy-tale marvel has also earned the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage City. Step into Bruges and back in time, strolling the cobblestone lanes and dreamy canals. In fact, due to the wealth of canals in Bruges, it is often referred to as “the Venice of the North”.  Enchanting market squares are lined with architectural masterpieces. Taste the old-world charm of the Historic Centre of Bruges, tour the De Halve Brewery, meander through the Markt, or explore the Groeninge Museum. Prepare to lose your heart in this captivating Belgium jewel.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 7:00 AM
Depart: 6:30 PM

Welcome to Antwerp, renowned for being the “world’s leading diamond city” (more than 70% of all diamonds are traded here). But diamonds aren’t the only thing that makes Antwerp such an exquisite gem. The Old Town preserves its rich Flemish culture with its labyrinth of cobbled lanes weaving between charming squares. Discover the Grote Markt (i.e. Grand Place), the very heart of the Old Town with its imposing Town Hall, famous Brabo Fountain, and wonderfully preserved guild houses. Feast your eyes on the UNESCO-designated Cathedral of Our Lady, Belgium’s largest Gothic church which boasts soaring spires and a 47-bell carillon; plus, it houses some of the city’s native son, Rubens, most famous paintings. You can even visit Rubens’ House. If you are starting to have your fill of historical sites and art masterpieces, slow down and enjoy some of the city’s culinary delights such as Belgium chocolate, beer, or waffles.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 9:30 AM
Depart: 6:00 PM

Today you will have a full day to explore the history-rich city of Arnhem. Admire Arnhem’s famous bridge over the Rhine, immortalized in the film A Bridge Too Far, where British paratroopers held fast for four days against overwhelming odds. In honor of the commander of the paratroopers, the bridge was renamed the John Frost Bridge. Arnhem features numerous museums and cultural attractions. Top of the list would be the incredible Netherlands Open Air Museum – the Netherlands’ first and best open-air folk museum spread across 82 wonderful wooded acres. You’ll relish this huge park of windmills, old farmhouses and other traditional buildings (gathered from throughout the Netherlands then reassembled here), time-honored craft demonstrations, and a pleasant education-by-immersion in Dutch culture. Alternatively, you might opt to step back in time by traveling to nearby (less than 15 minutes by train) Nijmegen, widely regarded as the oldest city in the Netherlands with a settlement as early as the first century B.C.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Lodging: Aboard Royal Crown

Port Location Not Assigned

Arrival: 2:00 AM
Depart:

Your cruise comes to an end back in the incredible city of Amsterdam. As we complete our tour, our hope is that your journey has been a delight to the senses as you have tasted of the cultural enjoyments, rich history, and breathtaking beauty of the Netherlands and Belgium.

Depart after breakfast to explore this world-class city on your own. If you’re staying on in Amsterdam, today would be a perfect day to round out your Royal Tulips and Windmills Tour with a trip to the nearby Keukenhof Gardens abloom with tulips and/or Zaanse Schans Windmill Village.

While this is the end of your cruise, your memories will live on from your Royal Tulips and Windmills Tour. Thank you for cruising with Teeming River Cruises, where vacations come first and memories last.

Meals: Breakfast

Port Location Not Assigned

Please Note: For navigational reasons and passenger safety, Teeming River Cruises and the captain reserve the right to modify the cruise itinerary as necessary. These Optional Excursions may or may not be offered, since availability is subject to number of participants and weather conditions.

Meet Your Cruise Director

Granted this is the Royal Crown, not The Love Boat; but still that theme song is playing in my head ~ “…exciting and new. Come Aboard. We’re expecting you.”

As noted in “Our Story”, the idea for founding Teeming River Cruises first emerged on a European river cruise owners Jeff and Gina Paglialonga took in the fall of 2016. “…Love, life’s sweetest reward. Let it flow, it floats back to you.”

Kate Barella

We welcome back Kate as she will again be a treat for Teeming River Cruises and for all aboard!

Kate lives in Eastbourne – south on the coast of England. She has worked as a Tour director and Cruise director (Ocean and River), for 17 years. Her native tongue is English but speaks French fluently after living in Normandy for 4 years.

Kate has toured and cruised to; Scandinavia, Arctic Circle, Iceland, Russia, the Baltics, North Africa, Egypt, Italy, Spain, France, Ireland, Hungary, Slovakia, Vietnam, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, and UK. She has worked on following rivers as Cruise director; Rhine, Rhone, Bordeaux, Seine, Dutch waterways, Belgium, Main river, Main-Danube canal, Danube.

Kate trained professionally in London at a theater school and worked professionally as an actor and still does the odd bit of voice-over work and just finished a drama documentary. Her hobbies include – travel(of course!), history, film, fine dining, nature walks …… cycling (completed 400km bike ride across Tanzania for charity).

A note from a guest on our last cruise…

Hi Kate‼️
Came upon this photo as I was reminiscing about our unforgettable cruise 🚢!  I must say, you had a big part in making it a memory we will never forget‼️Thank you, Kate.  Len and I were sitting on the deck of the little pub overlooking the Danube and the Royal Crown when we saw you leaving.😢 I know you were not feeling well by the end of our time together.  Pray you had time to rest and recover🙏.  There is nothing we would love more than to join you on the Royal Crown for the cruise in March.  Would be a wonderful birthday day gift🎂(incase Len is reading this😘). We shall see what transpires.
Much love, Tonda

 

What's Included

Highlights of What’s Included:

  • 8-Day Cruise visiting 10 Cities & 2 Countries
  • Captain’s Welcome & Farewell Receptions with Sparkling wine & hors-d’oeuvres
  • Welcome Aboard Dinner & Farewell Dinner
  • All Meals Included Daily (onboard your ship)
  • Locally inspired cuisine
  • Early Riser Breakfast in addition to Buffet Breakfast
  • Daily Afternoon Tea
  • Daily Midnight Snack
  • Complimentary Coffee & Tea
  • Drink packages available for this cruise
    • Soda, Beer and House Wines with Lunch & Dinner is $99 for the cruise (both occupants of cabin must purchase, so $198 per cabin)
    • All other drinks and cocktails are available at an additional cost
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi will not support large photos, videos, streaming movies, etc. It is only good enough for texting and emails of minimal size)
  • Teeming/PopGuide App City Walking Tour in most ports
  • Tech Talks
    • Using Your Smartphone As Your Personal Tour Guide
      • How to Navigate with your Smartphone without cell service or data
    • Photography With Your Smartphone- Leave Your Big Camera Behind
      • How to edit your photos with your Smartphone as well
  • Nightly Port Talks- We Give You the Tools to “Explore More for Less”!
    • Museums/Sites/History/Architecture
      • Opening Times
      • Information on Entry Fees
      • Location
      • Explore On Your Own Information
  • Musician for Live Music Onboard
  • Room Steward and Daily Housekeeping Service
  • Evening Turndown Service
  • Onboard Fitness Center
  • Non-Smoking Ship Interior
  • Port Taxes & Fees

Trip Notes:

  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change.
  • Disruptions in cruising and itinerary may occur.
  • Prices are for cruises only. Flights are not included.
  • Transfers to and from the airport are not included in the cruise fare.
  • Shore Excursions are not included in cruise fare. These may be purchased for an additional cost.
  • Due to currency fluctuation, pricing shown is subject to change until purchased.
  • Prices exclude gratuities.