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March: Big announcements this month

A lot of things happened over the last two weeks in the world of river cruises. And as I got plenty of things to do - like organizing the app being ported to Android - here are the tags and links to the other sited on the web:

First the general stuff I wanted to share: An interesting article on the boost in demand for european river cruises. Note: All numbers are just UK pax. Read more.

Amadagio shipped to the Rhone

I did a lot of picture research the last few days for the balconies article, as I just wanted to make sure I did not miss any window type that was not in my own database. When I came across an article about the AmaDagio send to the Rhone river, I was not surprised how they did it. Same procedure as what I have written when Uniworlds Countess went to Italy.

Audio Headsets on Tour

Most cruise operators use audio headsets today. The biggest advantage they offer is, they amplify the voice of your guide (despite noisy surroundings). Maybe even more important this technology allows you to wander off during the tour, take a few more pictures, and you won't miss any information. From a guides perspective the biggest advantage is the possibility to talk while you walk. And it is easier to call your group to assemble even if they are a bit away.

Cruise Lines and other useful twitter accounts

Before I started this project, I already had multiple blogs which rest on the web cemetery. But all that time, there was one thing I never really understood: Twitter. Whats the idea behind just posting 140 letters? Btw, you might get an idea that I also prefer to call people instead of using short message service. Just recently I decided to give it a try. What I misunderstood was this: It more versatile and flexible than RSS feeds or signing up for a newsletter.

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