Top Ten Scoring Riverships revealed in the pioneering new Berlitz River Cruising guide – now includes US riverships
We’re delighted to present a new edition of the world’s most authoritative and longest- running guide to river cruising and cruise ships written by highly-respected expert Douglas Ward.
Now in its 3rd edition and accompanied by an invaluable free app and eBook, we’re proud to announce that this definitive, pioneering book also includes US steamboats for the very first time, making it a totally unique offering.
With rich, engaging practical information covering everything from booking and budgeting and life aboard, to in-depth destination detail, the book also reveals Berlitz’s Top Ten Scoring riverships, with over 320 riverships reviewed and rated.
– Unique product: this updated 3rd edition now includes US steamboats, making this the only full-colour guide to both European and American river cruising
– World-leading expertise, unparalleled insight: author Douglas Ward is
– Comprehensive quality content: 320+ riverships rated and reviewed in detail across 320 pages
– Nifty navigation: features full-colour photography and mapping throughout
– Innovative package: includes an experience-enhancing FREE app and eBook, giving
cruise-goers easy, instant access to ship reviews and practical information
Coming soon: Cruising and Cruise Ships 2019
– Updated 34th edition of the world’s longest-running, bestselling cruise guide
– Written and researched by the world’s foremost cruise authority
– Almost 300 ocean-going cruise vessels rated and reviewed across 700+ pages
– Features full-colour photography and mapping throughout
– Includes free app and eBook
UK: £19.99 October 2018 * US: $25.99 November 2018
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Widely regarded as the world’s top authority on cruising and cruise ships, Douglas Ward has completed over 6,200 days on ships and riverships on almost 1100 cruises, 158 transatlantic crossings, and countless Panama Canal transits, shipyard visits, ship-naming ceremonies and maiden voyages. Often described as a maritime Sherlock Holmes, Ward leaves no stone unturned in his 200 sea days each year, examining everything from the fluffiness of the towels to the quality of the china and silverware, and from the welcome aboard to the disembarkation process.