Uniworld River Cruises

Expanding choice is the story of river cruising in 2017. The pace of ship building may be down a bit, but there will still be a dozen new arrivals. And they’re not all destined to join the crowds on the Rhine and Danube. Many new …

It’s that time again. We’re asking the readers of The Cruisington Times to nominate their favorite cruise ship restaurants. What's your favorite restaurant at sea? Help us celebrate the best cuisine on cruises. Nominate a restaurant and tell us why it’s worth the trip Name …

River cruises in Europe have certainly matured in the past few years, offering the kind of amenities, luxury and cuisine once only found on ocean-going ships. As their popularity increases, all the river fleets are expanding rapidly, to the point where is can be almost …

River cruising is  the fastest growing segment of the cruise industry now, and that’s due in large part to rethinking the possibilities. Only a few years ago, river cruises didn’t appeal as much as land travel to North Americans. The ships that carried passengers on the …

Daily life on the Mekong River remains remarkably unchanged–Photo by Wallace Immen The demand for river cruises in Asia has grown so quickly that you’re already too late to book a space on one of Uniworld’s new luxury ships on China’s Yangtze and Vietnam’s Mekong …