U by Uniworld is introducing a new itinerary in Northern France on The B ship, along with new excursions and onboard amenities across the fleet in 2019.
Beginning April 21, 2019, The B’s new eight-day itinerary, “Northern France at a Glance,” will sail along the Seine River with stops in Paris, Vernon, Les Andelys, Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, Rouen and Caudebec-en-Caux. The itinerary will begin and end on Sundays, allowing for guests to spend a Friday and Saturday night in Paris.
During the 75th anniversary of D-Day, U will take guests to Normandy’s beaches to celebrate the historic event with a stop at the American Cemetery for a special memorial ceremony. Other new excursions offered on this sailing include following U’s chef to Rouen’s local market to choose ingredients for dinner; climbing to the top of the Étretat’s cliffs for views of France; and tea time at Château du Champ de Bataille.
Rates include accommodations, daily farm-to-ship meals, select offshore excursions, two dedicated U hosts, onboard activities, rooftop fitness classes and more.
The A will offer its guests new “U Time” excursion options along the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers in 2019. For example, guests can paddle board, canoe or swim in the Ilz River near the Danube bridge; hike through Regensburg or to Germania Monument; visit World War II sites in Linz; take a walking tour through Budapest to discover hidden gems and taste Hungarian street food from a local market; and more.
In addition to U’s inclusions, such as mixology classes, silent discos, paint and wine, drum circles, and sunrise rooftop yoga, guests can also enjoy new onboard activities such as rooftop BBQs, karaoke nights, giant board games, themed parties and more. For an additional cost, guests can camp on the rooftop, complete with a nightcap cocktail and breakfast picnic basket; experience a U Wine Talk; or purchase a romance package for a special occasion.
In celebration of the 2019 release, U by Uniworld is offering travelers a 10 percent Early Booking Discount, if booked and paid in-full by September 31, 2018.