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Splendors of Italy

From £4,289 pp

Embrace la dolce vita on a culturally rich journey through beautiful Italia
Italy’s myriad splendours are known the world over, and you’ll encounter your first of many in Milan, where you’ll see Da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Delve into the luminous architectural and artistic highlights of water-bound Venice and discover Northern Italy’s gems: Verona, Padua, Bologna and Ferrara.

Then travel to Florence, where the Renaissance began. See astonishing works by Michelangelo, Rafael, Donatello and Boticelli, and savor a spectacular homemade lunch and a Chianti wine tasting at Castello di Verrazzano. A fitting end to your Italian adventure awaits in Rome with all of its wonders—the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museum, Trevi Fountain, Sistine Chapel and so much more.

Who will enjoy this cruise/tour

Art lovers who want to trace the Renaissance treasures from Italy’s most famous cities—Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan.

Generations Family Programme (select sailings)

Share the enchantment of this region with the special young people in your life. These cruise/tours not only feature unique, fun-filled adventures for families to enjoy together, they’re also packed with culturally and historically significant experiences designed to spark creativity and lifelong learn

What’s Included:

  • An all-inclusive, boutique  night cruise in a riverview stateroom on
  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • 14 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Receptions
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water
  • 13 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do” and “Gentle Walking” programs
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
  • Onboard entertainment and insightful lectures
  • All gratuities onboard and ashore
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Dinners
  • Transfers to and from the ship
  • Flights from the UK
Day 1 - Milan

Arrive at Milan Malpensa Airport. If your cruise/tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the hotel.

Day 2 - Milan

Milan is a mecca for Italian fashionistas, famous for its innovative design and stylish flair. Venture inside the city’s hulking Gothic cathedral, as well as its cathedral to capitalism, Europe’s oldest shopping arcade. The highlight today is pure genius—Da Vinci’s revolutionary The Last Supper mural, the most famous religious painting in history.

Fashion and finance, opera and furniture design, telecom companies and trade fairs—bustling Milan, Italy’s financial and industrial center, is a modern global city whose roots sink deep into the history of Italy.

Founded 2,500 years ago, Milan retains traces of every epoch, from Roman, medieval and Renaissance up to the current moment, and it boasts a dazzling bounty of artistic and cultural landmarks, which are yours to experience today.

Day 2 - Milan

Breakfast

Day 3 - Milan, Verona (Valpolicella), Transfer to Venice (Embark)

En route to Venice, you’ll stop in the literary hometown of Shakespeare’s famously star-crossed lovers to see the sights and the famous balcony—yes, that balcony.

Later, enjoy lunch at a historic wine estate owned by descendants of Dante, the great Italian poet who penned The Inferno.

You’ll check out of your hotel this morning and head toward the Adriatic coast and magical Venice, but the day includes two delightful stops en route: Verona, forever associated with Romeo and Juliet, and the Valpolicella wine country.

Featured Excursions:
Verona, “City of Romeo and Juliet”
Exclusive Valpolicella wine estate lunch
Verona, “City of Romeo and Juliet”
Discover the real roots of Shakespeare’s tragic tale with a visit to fair Verona.

The Scaligeri family ruled the city for two centuries, routinely murdering one another to gain power; an echo of these savage family feuds found their way into the Bard’s tragedy. Your walking tour passes the house where Romeo purportedly lived, as well as the pretty 14th-century stone house where legend says Juliet listened to her Romeo’s vows. (It’s certainly a destination for lovers now: They leave love notes on the walls).

Stop by the imposing Scaligeri tombs, ramble along Via Mazzini and through Piazza delle Erbe, the bustling city square laid out where the ancient Roman forum once stood. You’ll have a little free time to explore on your own after your tour. You might step into one of the beautiful and historic churches nearby or take an elevator up to the top of Torre dei Lamberti for a great view of the old city and its surroundings.

Exclusive Valpolicella wine estate lunch
Your journey continues from Verona through the lovely vine-clad hills of the Valpolicella wine country. These vineyards grow Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes—and even Garganega, the grape used for Soave wines. While the everyday Valpolicella red wine is popular and easy-drinking, the region also produces Amarone, a lush and unmistakable red that is the result of a unique wine-making process: Grapes are air-dried on bamboo racks for several months before being crushed for fermentation, giving the wine a luscious depth of flavor.

Modest farmhouses and great estates alike produce delightful wines, but the Serego Alighieri estate, which belongs to descendants of Dante Alighieri, is one of the oldest and loveliest. The stately villa stands amid gracious gardens and fertile vineyards, welcoming you in for a tour of the grounds and cellars. You’ll see the drying racks and learn about the process before savoring a delectable three-course lunch carefully paired with Serego Alighieri wines.

This evening you’ll arrive in Venice and embark. Unpack, relax and enjoy your first evening on the Venetian Lagoon.

Day 3 - Milan, Verona (Valpolicella), Transfer to Venice (Embark)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 - Venice

If ever there was a city that could be described as “bewitching” and “ethereal,” Venice is it. An expert guide will show you iconic sites as well as quiet lanes and secret spots known only to locals (shhhh….).

Also on deck today: a scenic cruise around the Venetian Lagoon and an experience that’s sure to be a highlight of your trip—an extremely rare after-hours visit to St. Mark’s Basilica.

Hoping to escape marauding Huns, Goths and Vandals as the Roman Empire collapsed in the fifth century, refugees built a little settlement they called Venice on tiny islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. By the 12th century, Venice was the wealthiest and most powerful city-state in Europe, controlling the Mediterranean and all European trade with the East. Its merchant-aristocrats lavished their wealth on palaces and churches, art and music, creating a city that is truly like no other.

Now, seawater laps at the foot of thousand-year-old houses— and sometimes rises above the doorsteps—but the glorious palaces and romantic canals enchant visitors just as they have for centuries. Today you will embark on your own personal voyage of discovery through this entrancing city.

Day 4 - Venice

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 - Chioggia

Join a local expert for a stroll around this picturesque fishing village, a popular place with artists, or “Go Active” with a bike ride along the beaches lining the lagoon. The seaside air and sweeping views are simply spectacular.

The River Countess sails from Venice, cruising through the lagoon, past the Lido, the colorful fishermen’s houses of Pellestrina and the huge ongoing flood-control project called MOSE (which is designed to protect Venice from rising seawater), before docking in Chioggia, sometimes called “Little Venice,” at the southern end of the lagoon.
Special attention to: We are obliged to comply with Italian Maritime Authorities who require that the ship is only manned by crew during the Adriatic Sea passage. We thank you for your cooperation.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” bicycle tour of Chioggia’s beaches or Chioggia walking discovery tour
Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” bicycle tour of Chioggia’s beaches

Day 5 - Chioggia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Polesella (Bologna or Ferrara)

Bologna or Ferrara? Let your passions be your guide today. If you have an appetite for pasta, head to Bologna—the heart of Italian culinary traditions—and learn how to make (and eat!) your own lunch.

Or indulge your appetite for art with an excursion to Ferrara, an ancient center for the arts that once rivaled Medici Florence.

Today you face a tough decision: Do you spend a full day in Bologna, the culinary capital of Northern Italy, or visit UNESCO-designated Ferrara, a beautifully preserved Renaissance city?

Day 6 - Polesella (Bologna or Ferrara)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Taglio di Po, Chioggia

Chioggia is such a delight that we’ll return there today to experience something completely different.

You can visit the village’s bustling once-a-week market—a colorful and boisterous scene, and quintessentially Italian—or for something really unique, hop aboard a small boat to go mussel harvesting with local fishermen out in the lagoon.

Dip into a lively local scene with a stroll through Chioggia, or, if weather permits, take a small boat out to the lagoon to take part in a mussel harvest.

Special attention to: We are obliged to comply with Italian Maritime Authorities who require that the ship is only manned by crew during the Adriatic Sea passage. We thank you for your cooperation.

Day 7 - Taglio di Po, Chioggia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Venice Islands (Burano, Mazzorbo, Torcello)

Venice is an island surrounded by hundreds of smaller islands, three of which you’ll visit today—Burano, famous for its lace-makers and houses painted in eye-popping colors; Mazzorbo, where you’ll taste a historic golden-hued wine; and Torcello, home to beautiful Byzantine mosaics.

Featured Excursion:
Full-day “The Magical Islands of Venice”

The Venetian lagoon is dotted with islands, each with its own history, heritage and charm. Your first island of the day is an exceptionally colorful one. Hot pink, chartreuse, orange, lemon yellow—Burano’s brightly painted fishermen’s cottages are an artist’s dream.

Day 8 - Venice Islands (Burano, Mazzorbo, Torcello)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Venice

Lovers of food and wine flock to Italy to immerse themselves in a truly farm-to-table epicurean experience.

If that sounds like you, you’ll love today’s walking tour to the famous fish and produce market next to the Rialto Bridge. Prefer a more visual feast? Join an art historian for a highlights tour of the Accademia gallery.

Further your acquaintance with the city called the “Queen of the Adriatic” with a tour of its marvelous food markets (your ship’s chef might just lead your expedition) or take a tour of the stunning Academy museum.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Venice walking tour or “Venetian Painters at the Accademia” tour with art historian guide

Day 9 - Venice

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Venice (Disembark), Transfer to Florence

Quick – what’s the most famous statue in the world? Many art experts would say Michelangelo’s marble masterpiece David. See what all the fuss is about today in Florence, when you’ll view this larger-than-life wonder with your very own eyes.

After disembarking the ship, you’ll travel cross-country to Florence. The birthplace of Italy’s national poet, Dante Alighieri, and of the Renaissance, Florence offers innumerable treasures of art and architecture. The city rose to international prominence in the 14th century under the rule of the Medici family, who played a significant part in European politics for the next 300 years.

Besides being masterful politicians, the Medici were the greatest patrons of art in Europe, employing Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Titian, Fra Angelico and Giotto, to name only a few. These are the treasures awaiting you, along with Renaissance architecture, seductive vistas—and world-famous gelato.

Day 10 - Venice (Disembark), Transfer to Florence

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 11 - Florence

If you’re not up to speed on the famous Medici family, no worries—you will be after today’s walking tour of Florence’s architectural treasures, which reveals the enduring influence of these powerful patrons of the arts.

Later, feel free to embrace the spirit of la dolce vita as you explore the streets of Florence at your leisure. Gelato, anyone?

After breakfast at the hotel, start the day with a walking tour that will introduce you to the heart of this historic city.

Featured Excursion:
“Architectural Treasures of Renaissance Florence” walking discovery tour

Day 11 - Florence

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 12 - Florence, transfer to Rome

The legendary beauty of the Tuscan countryside is the theme for today, along with superb food and wine—we are in Italy, after all.

On the drive to Rome, stop for lunch at a gorgeous castle in the Chianti region, where you’ll tour the cellars and taste the estate’s fine red wines. You have a few hours to enjoy Florence on your own. Many museums open at eight o’clock, so if you’d like to visit the Bargello, with its early Michelangelo sculptures, or the Uffizi, this is your chance.

Featured Excursion:
Chianti tasting and lunch at Castello di Verrazzano wine estate

Vineyards climb the verdant hills, and the green spires of cypresses mark roadways and houses in picture-perfect Chianti as you travel south via motorcoach through the storied Tuscan countryside, known the world over for its red wines.

Day 12 - Florence, transfer to Rome

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 13 - Rome

You could spend an eternity in the “Eternal City” and not exhaust all there is to do and see. Not planning to stay forever? We’ll show you the highlights on a discovery tour that includes a look inside the Colosseum and a heart of the city stroll.

It is impossible to overestimate the significance of Rome in European history. The Eternal City was founded 2,700 years ago and at one time ruled most of the known world, from Northern Africa all the way to the Scottish border, building roads and aqueducts that still carry traffic and water, and giving rise to the French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian languages.

Featured Excursion:

“Imperial Rome and the Heart of the City” discovery tour

Day 13 - Rome

Breakfast

Day 14 - Rome

Your final day in Italy may be one of your most memorable yet. Venture within the indescribably vast Vatican Museums, where a local expert will show you the best of the best on a perfectly paced “espresso” tour.

For the finale, the Sistine Chapel, famous for its resplendent and vividly colored ceiling frescos by Michelangelo. In a word, sublime.

This is the last full day of your Italian adventure. Spend the morning among the amazing treasures collected or commissioned by the popes over the centuries.

Featured Excursion:
Guided Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel visit

It takes far more than a single day to see all of the Vatican Museums—there are 14 individual museums in 13 papal palaces, so your guide will be invaluable in navigating this overwhelming bounty of treasures.

Day 14 - Rome

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 15 - Depart Rome

If your cruise/tour package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport for your flight home.

Breakfast

Uniworld River Countess in Venice

The River Countess is a stunning, newly remodeled boutique cruise ship filled with light and colour and with all the hallmarks of quality and style, elegant muted shades of turquoise, cream, taupe and white accents create a luxurious and sophisticated decor for your unforgettable Italian adventure.

The signature touches for which Uniworld has become known-inspiring original hand-selected art, classic furnishings, old world antiques, marble, and clever use of mirrors can be found in the various public areas along with different hues of green, brown, beige, and gold adorning the walls and floors throughout.

Uniworld River Countess Lobby
  • 51 lavishly decorated outside staterooms many with French Balconies
  • 4 individually decorated suites with French Balconies
  • Sun deck with panoramic views
  • Il Castillo Lounge with full-service bar and dance floor
  • Sienna Salon Sky Lounge
  • Captain’s Lounge & Library
  • Elegant Savoy Restaurant
  • Fitness center & Serenity River Spa
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi
  • Bicycles and Nordic walking sticks
  • Complimentary 24-hour specialty coffee and tea bar
  • 24-hour reception service
  • Elevator
  • Boutique*
  • Guest laundry & ironing room

World Class Staterooms

After one night in your magnificent riverview stateroom, you’ll understand why sailing with Uniworld is truly the best way to see the world. Rated Top Cabins by Zagat Survey®, your elegantly appointed boutique stateroom comes standard with Uniworld – as does the ever-changing breathtaking river scenery.

With 74 Lavishly decorated staterooms with french balconies or full outside balconies, and 7 suites all with full balconies.

All Staterooms Feature

  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds
  • 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets
  • Marble bathrooms with L’Occitane en Provence bath and body products
  • Individual climate control
  • Telephone, safe, hair dryer & bottled water replenished daily
  • Infotainment center with flat-screen TV and complimentary movie and entertainment options
  • Generous built-in closets
  • Plush Christy towels
  • Backlit magnifying mirror
  • Cosy waffle bathrobes & slippers
  • Towel warmers

River Countess Suite

214 ft² –  Marco Polo(Upper) Deck

  • French balconies (floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors)
  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds, built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence and Hermes bath and body products, plush towels, backlit magnifying mirror, heated mirrors, cosy bathrobes and slippers
  • Daily fruit & cookie plate, and an evening amuse-bouche
  • DVD & iPod® docking station
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Bottle of wine upon arrival
  • Morning coffee, tea & continental breakfast
  • In-suite butler service; packing and unpacking assistance; in-room breakfast; daily fruit and cookie plate, and an elegant evening snack
  • Fully stocked mini bar; bottle of wine upon arrival; shoe shine; free laundry service
Uniworld River Countess Cat 1

Category 1 Stateroom

151 ft² – Marco Polo (Upper) Deck

  • French Balconies (floor to ceiling sliding glass doors)
  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds, built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence and Hermes bath and body products, plush towels, backlit magnifying mirror, heated mirrors, cosy bathrobes and slippers

Category 2 & 3 Staterooms

151 ft² – Casanova (Middle) Deck

  • Panoramic picture window (does not open)
  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds, built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence and Hermes bath and body products, plush towels, backlit magnifying mirror, heated mirrors, cosy bathrobes and slippers
Uniworld River Countess Cat 2

Category 4 & 5 Staterooms

 151ft² – Tintoretto (Lower) Deck

  • High level window (does not open)
  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds, built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence and Hermes bath and body products, plush towels, backlit magnifying mirror, heated mirrors, cosy bathrobes and slippers
Uniworld River Countess Deck Plan

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Apr 20River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Apr 27River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
May 4River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
May 11River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
May 18River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
May 25River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jun 1River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jun 8River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jun 15River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jul 6River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jul 13River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jul 20River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Jul 27River CountessVenice£6499Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£6499  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£6699  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£6999  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£7199  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£7799  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Aug 3  River CountessVenice£6499Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£6499  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£6699  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£6999  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£7199  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£7799  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Aug 10  River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Aug 17River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Aug 24River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Aug 31River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Sep 7River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Sep 14River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Sep 21River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Sep 28River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Oct 5River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Oct 12River CountessVenice£4639Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4639  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4989  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5129  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5549  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8599  
Oct 19River CountessVenice£4429Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4429  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4569  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4919  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5339  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8299  
Oct 26River CountessVenice£4429Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4429  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4569  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4779  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4919  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5339  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8299  
Nov 2River CountessVenice£4289Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4289  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4429  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4639  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4779  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£5199  
Upper DeckSuite214 ft², French Balcony£8099  


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