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news to use RIVER CRUISE NEWS ACE announces river cruise expo The first ever ACE River Cruise


Expo will be held in Amsterdam this November, showcasing different river cruise ships. On November 20 and 21 there will


be the opportunity to see at least three different river cruise ships with breakfast aboard on the first morning and experience an overnight onboard one ship on the 20th. Agents can also attend specific river cruise training, including an ACE training seminar aboard the AMA Dante, product training, expo sessions, key-note speakers and the chance to network at the river cruise trade fair, held at the Movenpick Hotel. Delegates also get a canal tour of Amsterdam and


AMA repositions to Rhone


transfer to the Movenpick by boat. Cruise lines participating include


APT Boutique River Cruises, AMAWaterways, Titan Elegant River Cruises, Shearings Holidays,


Tauck River Cruises, Avalon Waterways, Swan Hellenic, Noble Caledonia, eWaterways and The River Cruise Line. www.cruiseexperts.org


AmaWaterways will relocate its 150-passenger MS AmaDagio to the Rhone River in Southern France at the start of the 2012 season. The ship will cruise a seven-night Lyon to Arles (and reverse) itinerary from late March until the end of the year, as part of the company’s Provence programme. www.amawaterways.co.uk


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Christmas Order


our 2012 Canada brochure now!


Make two APT River Cruise bookings between 1 September and 14 October 2011 and be entered into a draw to win a place on an APT Christmas Markets River Cruise famil.*


* Cruise departs 17th December from Nuremberg to Vienna and is on a twin share basis. Prize includes return economy flights from London Gatwick.


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To book call APT on


0845 604 0792 To win register your bookings at aptXperts.com


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