UPDATE FROM A-ROSA RIVER CRUISES – 12 April 2021
At A-ROSA, the safety and wellbeing of all guests and crewmembers is always our highest priority. We follow current developments and recommendations closely and are in close contact with the relevant port and health authorities.
Any decisions we make about when to start operating our cruises are based on the regulations and instructions given by the relevant authorities. If necessary, existing regulations may be tightened very quickly, but when the incidence drops, they are often relaxed earlier than planned. This is why we will make decisions about the suspension of our cruises about two or three weeks before their departure. The A-ROSA Service Centre will contact affected guests proactively, in departure date order. Thank you very much for your patience!
Rhine, Moselle, Main
On 23 March 2021, the German Federal Government stipulated that until 18 April 2021, overnight accommodation in Germany may not be provided for touristic purposes. To ensure that guests are given at least two weeks planning time before their departure, all A-ROSA cruises departures on the Rhine will be suspended up to and including 2 May 2021.
The German Foreign Office is currently warning against travelling to Austria. In addition, the entry and exit conditions have been further tightened due to the pandemic. Therefore, all A-ROSA cruises departures on the Danube will be suspended up to and including 2 May 2021.
The state of emergency in Portugal has been extended until at least 15 April 2021 and the measures taken to contain the virus are restricting public life beyond that for a while. Therefore, all A-ROSA cruises departures on the Douro will be suspended up to and including 2 May 2021.
The German Foreign Office is currently warning against travelling to France. Therefore, all A-ROSA cruises departures on the Seine and Rhône will be suspended up to and including 2 May 2021.
The A-ROSA Service Centre will contact affected guests proactively, in departure date order.
A-ROSA hopes that the suspension of cruises will help the government to reduce the incidence of infection and bring the number of new infections down to a traceable level.
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See first-hand exactly how our A-ROSA river cruise ships have been operating to keep our guests safe, satisfied and smoothly sailing Europe's rivers since our restart in June. Our new safety protocols have been developed in conjunction with Germany's top institute on the prevention and control of infectious diseases, and in the last three months our guest feedback continues to be positive as we balance health and hygiene with all of the reasons why our guests love to travel with us.
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