Nicko Cruises joins Clia Europe
The Stuttgart-based line became one of the first operators in the world to restart operations last year. You can read more about river’s restart here.
German river cruise operator, Nicko Cruises, has been confirmed as a member of Cruise Lines International Association (Clia) Europe.
The Stuttgart-based line has operated as a specialist in small ship cruise for 25 years. Its all-inclusive ships are designed for between 50-125 passengers, with English spoken on board and no-fly options available from the UK.
Andy Harmer, Clia UK & Ireland director, said: “We’re delighted to have Nicko Cruises join Clia. They are a well-established, premium brand which provides guests with unique river cruise experiences. We look forward to supporting them as they develop and build relationships with the trade across Europe.
“Their addition to Clia’s membership is testament to the continued desire for travellers to cruise, and their confidence that the industry will always have the health and safety of passengers and crew as the number one priority.”
Rupert Thomson, managing director of river cruise specialist company Light Blue Travel, which represents Nicko Cruises in the UK, said: “Nicko Cruises is very well known in the German market and we are keen, with the help of Clia, to raise awareness of the brand to a wider international audience. We look forward to participating in Clia events and reaping the benefits membership offers.”
Nicko Cruises will take part in Clia’s virtual river cruise showcase, which is being held tomorrow (March 3) and March 4. The event will bring together river cruise operators and experts, who will share insight, news and projections across three-hour sessions on each day.
Nicko Cruises became one of the first operators in the world to restart operations last year. You can read more about river’s restart here.