Tauck’s itineraries are a refreshing mix of sightseeing, leisure, adventure and culture on riverboats that accommodate just 118 passengers. A popular new addition is the Musical Magic along the Blue Danube voyage, where joined by Tauck’s ‘Maestros’ you will walk in the footsteps of famous musicians.


After a day in port, have a cocktail in the teak-lined Lido Bar with a 180-degree glass wall that fully retracts for access to the aft deck. Onboard entertainment includes piano music, cooking demonstrations, local entertainment, movie nights and themed game nights.


Dining is open seating and wine is included with dinner. The Lido Bar in the stern offers indoor/outdoor cocktail hour, bistro dining featuring lighter fare and free coffee and tea are available. Tauck also includes some meals off the riverboat at local restaurants.


Tauck’s sister ships ms Swiss Emerald, ms Swiss Sapphire and ms Swiss Jewel each feature a restaurant, Panorama Lounge, two bars, fitness centre, sundeck with whirlpool, reading/internet corner, wi-fi and a boutique.


STANDARD CABINFloor-to-ceiling window with balcony, L’Occitane amenities, Plush bathrobes & slippers, Plasma TV JUNIOR SUITEAll the amenities of a Standard Cabin, Significantly more spacious than a Standard Cabin SUITE28 sqm, All amenities of mini suites, Marble bathroom with full-size tub, Room service available for breakfast, Walk-in closet


Cruise through Europe along its mighty rivers, seeing ancient fortifications, castles and cathedrals on the riverbanks. In addition to Europe, Tauck offers Riverboat/Land tours in Egypt and Jordan as well as the Yangtze River in China.

Established: 1925

Vessels: 3

Star rating: 5 star

Tonnage: N/A

Passengers: 118


Accommodation, Entertainment, Port taxes, Government fees, On board activities, Airport transfers, Most meals, All shore excursions, All gratuities.


Take your family on Tauck Bridges 8-day riverboat cruise along the Danube River. During the cruise, there’s a scavenger hunt, biking, whitewater rafting, fun in the Maze at Schonbrunn Palace and the Prater amusement park.

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