The all-new Emerald Waterways online Magazine, the Emerald Explorer, has gone live and features a whole host of interesting articles, competitions and even recipes. Even if you are yet to embark on your first cruise, have just come back from a Europe river cruise holiday adventure or are thinking about planning such a trip, whatever your cruise experience, the Emerald Explorer is insightful and interesting to all.
Issue one features destination reviews, a history of this prestigious river cruise operator, an introduction to the launch of our new river cruise programme to mysterious Asia and a feature on river cruising for the health-conscious cruiser.
The editor’s letter from David Winterton, Emerald Waterways Brand Manager, happily introduces you to the first ever edition of Emerald Explorer, which has been ‘specially created to tell you everything you need to know about Emerald Waterways’. View the most recent and exclusive deals, learn which famous faces call themselves friend of Emerald Waterways and learn more about the charitable initiatives we take part in around the world.
You may have already read in this past article that we are pleased to announce a whole new adventure to the Mekong and Asia from next year but for those who missed it the Emerald Explorer goes into delightful detail about the modern cities that you visit, the excursions available and the deluxe cruise ship that you will call your home during the length of your trip.
If that wasn’t enough, the 36-page magazine is full of other great features including a delicious recipe for traditional Hungarian Goulash. Next to our gleaming reviews, the magazine offers further insight into why you should choose Emerald Waterways as your river cruise operator, from interviews with our own cruise experts to your cruise director questions answered.
Keep your eyes peeled for the next issue of the Emerald Explorer.
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