Monday 2 July:
Arnhem - Düsseldorf
While sailing towards Düsseldorf you’ll have plenty of time to explore the boat and meet the other passengers. We’ll arrive in Düsseldorf in the evening and will spend our first night here. The centre is always busy in the evening.
Tuesday 3 July:
Düsseldorf - Königswinter
During our journey to our next destination we will pass the beautiful city of Cologne where we will moor later on during this holiday. We will spend the afternoon and evening in Königswinter. This ancient wine town, positioned at the foot of the Siebengebirge hills is famous for the Drachenfels. At the top of this 321 metre high cliff are the ruins of Drachenfels Castle (*) which can be reached by cog railway.
Wednesday 4 July:
Königswinter - Boppard
Our destination today is located in the middle of a large bend in the Rhine, also called the ‘Bopparder Hamm’. It is one of the largest wine-growing regions along the Rhine. The long Rhine promenade will take you to the centre of this tourist town. It is also possible to take the cable car to the outlook on the hilltop. Don’t forget your camera for you will certainly want to immortalise the magnificent view.
Thursday 5 July:
Boppard - Cochem
We leave the Rhine at the Deutsche Eck and are introduced to the fairytale Moselle. We enjoy a day of sailing between the beautiful, steep, vine-covered mountain slopes. Cochem is a typical Moselle town and has a beautiful old inner town with its half-timbered houses. The romantic Reichsburg’ hill stands out high above the city. The many souvenir shops in the narrow streets of the town centre alternate with intimate ‘Weinstubes’. You will have the afternoon and evening to spend in this location.
Friday 6 July:
Cochem - Koblenz
Today we’re going to Koblenz. Despite its size this city maintains its intimate character with its narrow alleyways and countless shops. It’s only a short walk from where we are moored to the centre. You can go shopping in one of the large shopping centres or in the lively inner town.
Saturday 7 July:
Koblenz - Cologne
We will arrive in Cologne after lunch. The Gothic cathedral is the main church of the Archdiocese of Cologne and is also one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. You will have the rest of the afternoon to view this and the many other tourist attractions of Cologne. We will serve the Captains Dinner on board in the evening after which there will be a dance evening with live music.
Sunday 8 July:
Cologne - Arnhem
We will cross the border near Lobith around midday. At 14:00 after lunch in Arnhem we will say goodbye to you with a heartfelt ‘See you again’ and Have a good trip home’.
Several excursion opportunities
Two evenings of live entertainment
No available ships