As its first “Mystery Cruise” announced very last week marketed out in fewer than 48 hours, Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is adding a next “Secret Cruise” sailing for 2022. This exclusive, 10-day itinerary will depart on September 23, 2022.

The luxurious river line mentioned the next “Secret Cruise” is a one-time offering on a new European itinerary and will journey to entirely different places than the initial “Mystery” presenting.

When the 1st “Thriller Cruise” will be hosted by Ellen Bettridge, Uniworld’s president and CEO, who will sail with friends, the second “Secret Cruise” will have a various “specific guest,” nonetheless to be declared. Both “Mystery Cruises” will include things like unique ordeals in no way provided by the brand name in the previous. 

“We couldn’t be extra thrilled about the preliminary reaction to our initially-at any time ‘Mystery Cruise,’” said Bettridge in a push announcement. “Our incredible friends offered out the itinerary in fewer than 48 several hours, so we labored speedily to build an all-new, next ‘Mystery’ providing for individuals that have been unable to safe a booking.”

Uniworld’s second “Thriller Cruise” starts at $7,299 for every human being, such as airfare. Superior to know: Friends booked on the two “Secret Cruises” will acquire many clues as nicely as a packing checklist to get ready in the months prior to departure.

“This second ‘Mystery’ sailing will be identical to the initially in that it is a bucket listing trip with surprises at each and every flip,” Bettridge added. “Nevertheless, it will be on its possess special itinerary with ordeals that we’ve never ever offered just before.”

For more information about the 2nd Thriller Cruise, visit www.uniworld.com.

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