River cruise news: New ships mean new port calls in the U.S.

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April 27, 2017
New ships mean new port calls in the U.S.
New vessels are promising to take U.S. river passengers to places they’ve never sailed before, from the Erie Canal to the outskirts of Chicago.
Startup plans to cruise smaller U.S. rivers
The newly formed Grand Majestic River Company is refurbishing an old casino boat into a 70-passenger paddlewheeler.
American Duchess launch delayed until August
Unseasonably high waters are stalling the paddlewheeler’s delivery.
Tauck relaunches Sapphire and Emerald after redesigns
The total number of cabins was reduced from 59 to 49, dropping the capacity from 118 passengers to 98.
Avalon sailing a third river ship in Southeast Asia
The Saigon will sail the Mekong along with the Avalon Siem Reap. The Avalon Myanmar sails the Irrawaddy.
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Avalon expands Active Discovery cruises
Launched for Danube sailings last year, the company will offer the itineraries on the Rhine in 2018.
Tourism on tap: Beer-related travel
The growing popularity of craft brewing has created more interest in beer-related travel. Destinations, suppliers and breweries are developing products to satisfy a new market for ‘beercations.’
Michelle Baran
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