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Rocking the Rhine Riverboat Cruise July 3 - 10, 2020rocking rhine

Part boutique hotel, part yacht, part resort. When your waterfront hotel is also your taxi, bar, favorite restaurant, nightclub and yoga studio, travel becomes a bit more relaxed and a lot more hassle-free.

Onboard, you can expect everything you’d find in your favorite boutique hotel. But here’s the best part. Your floating boutique hotel makes it extra-easy to visit several European destinations in a single trip while only having to unpack once.

The B cruises down France’s Seine River. Her chic style and Parisian influence will put you in the French spirit even before stepping off.

The per person cost is $2189.00 with taxes and port.

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The itinerary

Day 1 Friday July 3rd,

We can board the ship after we check out of the hotel and leave our luggage on-board, but our rooms will not be ready until later in the day. We will sail after midnight so folks will have all day and most of the night to explore the city of Brussels

Day 2 Saturday July 4th, we will be at another port in Brussels


Brussels city tour with Planet Chocolate demonstration and tasting Welcome to Brussels! Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the largest city.
The de facto capital of the European Union, Brussels is home to the Berlaymont Building, the seat of the European Commission. You’ll see the European District and more on a panoramic tour of the city, including the royal residence, Chinese Pavilion, and the Koekelberg Basilica. You’ll then leave the motor coach and explore Brussels on foot, passing the impish Manneken Pis fountain.

Day 3 Sunday, July 5th, we will be in Antwerp (overnight)


Residents of Antwerp are called Antwerpenaars, and you’ll feel like one during your guided tour of this bustling multicultural city. This walking discovery tour takes you through the sights, sounds, and smells of City Hall, the Market Square and the UNESCO-designated Cathedral of Our Lady, which houses four extraordinary works by one of the city’s most beloved sons—Peter Paul Rubens. He was the Head for Farmers’ Tower, an art deco–era building that many call the first skyscraper in Europe. In your free time, you have to try French fries, which, despite the name, are a Belgian invention. From there you can take a short walk back to the ship or stay in town and keep exploring.

Day 4 Monday, July 6th, we depart Antwerp and head to Ghent (overnight in Ghent)


Since cars are completely banned in Ghent’s historic center, it’s a particularly pedestrian-friendly area. Stroll with your guide from the Church of Saint James, with its two Romanesque towers, to the Friday Market square, which, as its name suggests, was the site of a huge market every Friday in the Middle Ages. You’ll pass the magnificent 15th-century Great Butchers’ Hall and the elegant medieval trading houses that line Graslei and Korenlei streets on your way to St. Bavo’s Cathedral. It’s not often that a Rubens is upstaged, but in this cathedral it takes second place to the famed Ghent Altarpiece, Adoration of the Mystic Lamb. This stunning 15th-century artwork, which consists of 24 panels, was begun by Hubert van Eyck and completed after his death by his younger brother, Jan. It’s been called the most often stolen artwork in the world, coveted not only for its beauty and cultural significance but also for its seminal role in the development of oil painting (the George Clooney film The Monuments Men recounts the most recent theft and recovery, during WWII); in fact, one panel has been missing since 1934. Your last stop is the Belfort, the great bell tower that rises above the Old Town. You’ll have time to explore and savor lunch on your own following your tour. 

Note: Adoration of the Mystic Lamb is undergoing restoration; so not all of its panels will be on display.

Day 5 Tuesday, July 7th, we depart Ghent and head to Middleburg (Time of departure will be announced at a later date)


Middelburg is a capitol of Zeeland and one of the most scenic places in The Netherlands. The province, located in the southwest of the country, consists of a number of islands and peninsulas and a strip bordering Belgium. Admire old mansions and storehouses on your walking tour. Many of the streets show you what was traded there; take for instance Bierkaai. Bier means beer, so beer was traded on this street. Another example is Houtkaai. Hout means wood, so wood was traded in the street of Houtkaai. There are also many spectacular churches all throughout Middelburg. The one is bigger than the other while the next one is more detailed. All of them beautiful and with the same purpose, but so different. Hofjes are typically Dutch and in English, we call them courtyards. In Middelburg, you will only find one hofje or courtyard in front of the tower Lange Jan (at the Abbey complex). But, it isn’t anything like you have seen before. This used to be a courtyard with many small houses. The front is exactly the same as it used to be. Only the inside is different. They have broken down the walls of the houses and created one big ‘store/ café’ of it. And it is worth a visit

Day 6 Wednesday, July 8th, we arrive in Rotterdam (overnight in Rotterdam)


Get a taste for Rotterdam’s architectural achievements on a walk to Market Hall. Built in 2014, this extraordinary building is known for its futuristic look and unique culinary offerings—from bars and food stands to full-service restaurants. Market Hall is just one example of Amsterdam’s captivating mix of 17th-century canals, gabled façades and modern architecture. You’ll also enjoy a look at the UNESCO-designated Witte Huis, an Art Nouveau masterpiece adorned with mosaics and statues. When it was built in 1898, it was the tallest office building in Rotterdam and Europe’s first skyscraper.

Day 7 Thursday, July 9th we depart Rotterdam and head to Amsterdam

Day 8 Friday, July 10th we disembark the ship. Some folks may choose to head home that day, some may stay and extra day in Amsterdam and then head to Fun 4 Two on Saturday or some may go to the hotel on Friday and do the club Friday and Saturday. We are still working on those logistics. I’m going to be sending an email blast out to my clients today to see who is planning on doing what.


Explore Amsterdam from a local’s perspective on this tour that provides guests with an authentic look at the city’s culture, architecture, maritime history and more. Amsterdam’s art and design comes alive as you meander along a series of lesser known, but equally charming canals to Zuiderkerk—a former church that’s now an art gallery and exhibition center. See Rembrandt’s former home and now museum, as well as the Waterloo Square flea market, The Netherlands’ oldest. From there, you’ll continue on to the “Cultural Garden of Amsterdam,” featuring lush green spaces, Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter, the Hermitage, the Royal Zoo. The last stretch of your stroll will introduce you to Amsterdam’s maritime legacy via the Royal Netherlands Navy yard, which is home to the Maritime Museum and the Dutch East India Company ship replica. Pass by the museum and enter into the Marineterrein (navy yard), where you’ll enjoy picture-perfect views of Oosterdokseiland island, the NEMO Science Museum and the 17th-century Prins Hendrikkade boulevard. You’ll notice the ever-changing nature of the navy yard with its remodeled homes, design startups and restaurants popping up in restored buildings.


Rockstars on the Rhine Riverboat Themes

The dining room allows shorts and jeans so you don’t have to dress up to eat dinner. Most evenings start late enough that you’ll have time to change after dinner before heading to the party.

Friday – Cool Club Casual – Since this is arrival day, nothing fancy. We will kick off the start of this cruise with an amped up dance party after dinner.

Saturday – Little Black Dress/Dress to Impress – Ladies bring your slinky little black dress and men dress to impress as we party while the ship sets sail. This will be one night you will want to come to dinner dressed for the evening.

Sunday – Rockstar Pub Crawl – Big hair band or black tee groupie, get ready to rock Antwerp as only Rockstars can do.

Monday – 70s night with Tequila Karaoke – What’s more fun than a disco-themed 70s party? A party with Tequila and Karaoke! Not to worry, you non-Tequila drinkers, we’ll have another shot that’s sure to loosen your vocal cords. 

Tuesday – Red Light Fetish Party – Like this needs a description lol. Get your kink on!

Wednesday – Starry Night – All that glitters and sparkles because you’re not fully dressed until you sparkle!

Thursday – Amsterdam. No theme night. 


Detailed Information
 Ship Statistics 
  Year Built 1994  
  Refurbished 2018  
  Registry The Netherlands  
  Length 361 feet  
  Beam 38 feet  
  Passenger Capacity 120  
  Crew Size 31  
  Total Inside Cabins 0  
  Total Outside Cabins 55  
  Cabins & Suites w/ verandas 0  
  Suites 4  
  Maximum Occupancy per room 2  
  Age Restrictions All must be 21 or older or one must be 25 or older  
  Dinner Seatings 1  
  Seating Assignments Open  
  Dining Hours 7:00 p.m.  
  Dining Room Dress Code    
  Tipping Expected? No  
  Onboard Currency European Union Euro  
 Services & Amenities 
 Bars/Lounges   2 
 Beauty Salon/Barber Shop   No 
 Casino   No 
 Chapel   No 
 Disco/Dancing   No 
 Elevators   No 
 Hot Tub   No 
 Cell Phone Service   Yes 
 Internet Center   No 
 Wireless Internet Access   Yes 
 Laundromats (self service)   No 
 Laundry/Dry Cleaning   No 
 Library   No 
 Movie Theatre   No 
 Outdoor Movie Screen   No 
 Onboard Weddings   No 
 Shops   No 
 Showroom   No 
 Spa   No 
 Video Arcade   No 
 Fitness & Sports Facilities 
 Basketball Court   No 
 Fitness Center   Yes 
 Golf Driving Net   No 
 Golf Simulator   No 
 Ice Skating Rink   No 
 Jogging Track   No 
 Mini-Golf Course   No 
 Rock Climbing Wall   No 
 Swimming Pool   No 
 Tennis Court   No 
 Water Slide   No 
 Water Sports Platform   No 
 Cabin Features & Amenities 
 24-Hour Room Service   No 
 Hair Dryer   Yes 
 Safe   No 
 Telephone   Yes 
 Television   Yes 
 Kids Facilities 
 Babysitting   No 
 Children's Playroom   No 
 Kiddie Pool   No 
 Supervised Youth Program   No 
 Teen Center   No 
 Water Playground/Splash Park   No 
 Special Needs & Requests 
 Adjoining Cabins
     (private connecting doors) 
 Kosher Meals   No 
 Single Occupancy Cabins   Yes 
 Single Share Program   Yes 
 Wheelchair-Accessible Cabins   No 

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