The ultimate way to say "Thank You" for a job well done for your top employees, independent contractors or key customers is a river cruise. Whether sailing the rivers in the US, Europe or Asia, it is an intimate experience that will build unparalled loyalty and appreciation from the recipients. It is money well spent to produce results that are good for your bottom line. There are some advantages of river cruises over large ocean going cruise liners. Some of these are:
There aren’t waves, and you always see the shoreline. River cruisers like this because they typically won’t get seasick and they feel safe.
On river cruises, you’re in port for at least some portion of each day.
There’s more forced socializing. Few river ships have room service and, since tables are for four, six, or eight, you dine with other passengers.
On river ships, everybody eats at the same time.
Everything on the ship is near your cabin. It takes no more than a minute to be where you want to be.
Shore excursions are included in the price. On river cruises, guided group walking tours are included, although more in-depth excursions involving buses and admission tickets often cost extra. Few ocean cruise lines include shore excursions in the price.
Wi-fi is free. It might not always work in your cabin or when the ship is passing a lock or hills, but it usually works in the lounge. On ocean cruises, by contrast, Internet access can cost $1 per minute and be excruciatingly slow.
There aren't endless sales pitches bombarding you. On river ships and small ocean ships they’re not constantly trying to sell you art, drinks, jewelry, duty-free items, and future cruises. On megaships you can feel like you’re caught in one big floating infomercial.
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