Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is rolling out the savings with the launch of it new Ganges Voyager II—a 56-passenger, all-suite vessel that will sail India’s exotic Ganges River on a 13-day “India’s Golden Triangle & the Sacred Ganges” that provides seven nights on the ship and five nights in luxurious Oberoi Hotels & Resorts in New Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Highlights include Delhi’s Humayun’s Tomb, the Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort, Jaipur’s City Palace, Mother Theresa’s home and tomb in Kolkata, Verdic temple in Mayapur, and Kalna’s Rajbari Temples. For this year the company is featuring a 2016 Cruise + Air Savings of $1,000 to $2,500 per person when booking Economy Class or Business Class Air. This promotion is expires on January 31, 2016 and is available on select 2016 itineraries and departure dates.
. “We are extremely proud of our new all-suite ship and excited about the debut of our India product,” said Guy Young, president of Uniworld. “Our commitment to expanding our product offerings ensures we can provide our guests with a diverse global portfolio highlighting the most spectacular aspects of each destination, including both world-class treasures and local hidden gems.”
The ship is appointed with large, high-ceilinged suites adorned with hand-painted murals, cozy sitting areas and French balconies with floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Beds are dressed with soft linens with customizable pillow options. Marble bathroom have rain showers and are stocked with robes, slippers, and spa-quality Molten Brown bath products. Suite comforts also include flat-screen televisions with a wide selection of on-demand movies, individual climate control, and a generous amount of closet space and under-bed storage.
There is a magnificent ‘high-roller’s suite (the one-of-a-kind Maharaja Suite), two Viceroy Suites , two Heritage Suites (280 sq. ft.), and 20 Standard Suites. Maharaja Suite guests get privileges such as in-suite dining and scented baths in the suite’s deep-soaker tub. Viceroy Suite guests enjoy daily butler service, laundry service, and one complimentary spa treatment per person. Public areas include the observation deck, providing 360-degree views; the Governor’s Lounge, which frequently features on board entertainment and cultural events; a spa and fitness center; and the East India Restaurant, offering an extensive menu of both Indian-inspired cuisine and Western favorites.