Two new ships to join Riviera fleet in 2025

89 cabin Riviera Radiance to feature third restaurant and split-level lounge

Riviera Travel River Cruises has announced two brand new river cruise ships will join its fleet in 2025 – Riviera Rose and Riviera Radiance.

Both ships combine modern amenities with timeless charm, from meticulously crafted interiors to unmatched personal service in an understated luxury setting, these new vessels embody the cruise line’s continued commitment to excellence.

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Will Sarson, Head of Product, Riviera Travel River Cruises said the launch of Riviera Rose and Riviera Radiance marks an “exciting new chapter in our history and reaffirms our position as an award-winning leader in luxury river cruising across Europe.”

“Interestingly, guests will note our step away from traditional naming conventions that previously paid ode to famous authors. Instead, our new ships proudly feature our brand name ‘Riviera’ at the forefront, reflecting a true sense of luxury and elegance that has become synonymous with the Rivera brand.”

The 80-metre-long, state-of-the-art Riviera Rose offers first-class service with its luxurious interiors and elegant spaces, allowing guests to unwind and enjoy every moment on board.

Riviera Rose has 57 cabins, over three decks, including four balcony suites, with a passenger capacity of 114. Each cabin and suite is fitted with individually controlled air conditioning, a modern bathroom with a rain shower, French balcony with sliding doors or fixed windows, a flat-screen TV and twin or double beds.

Riviera Radiance is the first in a new style for Riviera Travel River Cruises. With three full decks, plus a sun deck, guests can enjoy even more space on board, including the addition of a third new restaurant, Mosaic, a revolutionary dining concept that celebrates the essence of European rivers through an exclusive tasting menu with inspired flavours from the region’s diverse landscapes. Each course at Mosaic offers a selection of bite-sized delights from the rivers of Europe.

Adding to the allure, the ship also boasts a split-level lounge and restaurant, designed to evoke a sense of openness and grandeur. Furthermore, Riviera Travel River Cruises unveils its largest suites to date, Grand Suites, offering an expansive 32 square-metres of luxurious living spaces with a separate lounge area as well as balcony with seating, redefining the standards of comfort and indulgence.

With 89 cabins and a passenger capacity of 178, the ship has a raft of amenities including a wellness centre, swimming pool and more.

Riviera Radiance is also the cruise line’s first ship that qualifies for Gold Standard on the Green Awards programme for shipping, giving guests even more confidence knowing their holiday will have minimalised environmental impact.

Scheduled to start operating from 2025, the addition of the two new ships will take Riviera’s fleet to 14 five-star luxury ships.

See rivieratravel.com.au.

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