Uniworld Unveils First-ever Mystery Cruise To Keep Guests Guessing

Passengers will be kept guessing up to the last minute on the world’s first-ever mystery river cruise. Luxury line Uniworld Boutique River Cruises has announced plans for a top-secret sailing.

Departing in June 2022, the 10-day European cruise will feature a unique one-off itinerary that has been created especially for the sailing. In the lead up to the departure date guests booked on the mystery cruise will receive various clues as well as a packing list to prepare. Aside from the packing list, a few additional clues may be added onto the website as it gets closer to the cruise date.

The sailing will be hosted by Uniworld President and CEO, Ellen Bettridge, who said:

“At Uniworld, our guests never cease to amaze us with their incredible support and loyalty. They put their faith in us time and time again, so we decided to have some fun creating a one-of-a-kind Mystery Cruise with all new experiences that have never been included in Uniworld journeys before.

“It’s an incredible bucket list trip full of surprises for those that love the thrill of adventure; the biggest surprise being the itinerary reveal that will only happen when our guests are already on their way to the airport.”

All-inclusive fares for the special sailing start from £4,999 per person, and include all onboard meals and snacks, wine, an open bar, in-suite butler service, entertainment and wellness programmes, excursions, gratuities, flights and airport transfers.

Bettridge added:

“With vaccines rolling out and borders opening up, our guests have communicated that they’re willing to travel anywhere just to get back out there and explore the world once again. After this chaotic year, there’s no need to take on any additional stress, so we’ve taken care of all of the details so that our guests can sit back and enjoy this mystery trip of a lifetime.”

Author Bio:

Known as the ‘River Cruise Queen’, Jeannine Williamson is an award-winning travel writer, cruise expert and our cruise correspondent, who has clocked up thousands of nautical miles.

Photographs courtesy of Uniworld

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