The decor on River Princess is starker and bolder than many other Uniworld ships, with honey-colored woods, aluminum accents, and a deep color scheme of green, blue or pinky-red.
The ship is an extremely comfortable way to see some of Europe's most popular sights while unpacking only once. The long, narrow ships often dock in the heart of small towns and historic cities so passengers can simply walk off the ship to explore. Shore excursions are included and often are guided walking tours or motorcoach tours, sometimes with lunch in a wonderful restaurant for a local experience.
Uniworld customers tend to be older, experienced travelers, although the age demographic is trending downward as river cruising grows in popularity. The typical passenger is 50 years of age or older with a household income of more than $75,000. Many have cruised on large ocean-going cruise ships although Uniworld trips are also eminently suitable for the first-timer to Europe. Perhaps this is a more comfortable option than the five-country motorcoach tour?
Casual and comfortable during the day while evenings are slightly dressier. A jacket is suitable for men at the captain's dinner.
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