A: Port fees are exactly what they sound like, fees charged by ports to the cruise line, which are passed on to the passenger. They’re charged not based on the amount paid for a sailing but the number of people – as this is how ports charge. We’ve chosen to be upfront about these fees and separate them from the overall registration fee. They’ll be payable with your final registration payment.
A: It’s hardly mandatory but highly recommended. There’s a lot to see in Munich, so don’t feel pigeonholed into the celebration. Also, know you can come and go at the Oktoberfest. It’s like a county fairground…on steroids!
A: Yes! If referring to the typical riverboat tour, very true. This boat and this adventure…not true! This boat was built for those looking to break the mold of the river boater. Between the Ice Bar, bikes on board, brunch, and a DJ night, we promise, this is not your typical riverboat tour!
A: Perfection. The summer months are arguably too warm, making the idea of hanging on the deck look daunting. September has the best racing, cruising, and touring weather anyone can ask for. Average day temps are in the high sixties and low seventies.
A: We’re Race2Adventure! We ask you come physically fit and ready for adventure. If that adventure means vigorously walking instead of running, that’s absolutely fine. We welcome everyone who is up to the R2A challenge. But if lying around until the next meal is served is how you’re thinking, there are other riverboat tours that may be a better fit for you.
A: That’s varied over the years. We’ve never gone above 200 and never will. A preferred number from years past was Spain and Peru, which hovered right around 120. And so, knowing that the maximum occupancy on this boat is 124 should make everyone feel great!
A: All cabins are based on double occupancy. If you are a party of three, one person will be paired up with a solo registrant of the same sex.
A: You’ll need to find your way back on. We’re one port down the Danube from you!
A: There is a complimentary happy hour every day from 5pm-6pm. After that, it’s a cash bar. There is an “all you can drink” package for the week that costs approximately $350 Euros. So…ask yourself…do you plan to drink over 50 Euros a day while on board? Therein lies your decision.
A: Uniworld asks you not bring alcohol on board. More of an honor system than anything else.
A: Airfare to and from Europe, transport to and from airports, and meals in Munich.
A: Everything else! 8 nights lodging, three meals a day while on board, transport to munich, walking tours, biking from Durnstein to Melk, happy hour every day from 5pm-6pm, all your taxes, all your gratuity, all your docking fees, all your races, a DJ night, and a whole lot more!
A: Yes, you can. However, you will share a cabin with another solo traveler, so make sure that’s a comfortable option for you. The bed is one large bed with a “divider” separating the space between the two of you. Other options include paying double for your own cabin or searching high and low for a traveling companion!