Titan's exclusive river cruise ships
Our exclusive river cruises (on board MS Serenade 1 and MS Bellejour) are designed specifically for our customers with every aspect tailored to create a uniquely 'Titan' experience. And they're great for solo travellers, with no single supplements on 75% of 2019 sailings.
Discover MS Bellejour- comfortable, convenient and carefree cruising
For the first time in 2019, we're chartering MS Bellejour exclusively for our customers for the season. She's been designed to really make the most of those spectacular river views; cabins come with extra-large porthole windows or French balconies; the lounge/bar and restaurant both feature floor-to-ceiling windows; and there's a spacious sun deck with wraparound views.
Discover MS Serenade 1 - your home from home on the water
MS Serenade 1 is our original river cruise ship - she's been welcoming Titan guests on board since 2017. We recently treated her to a makeover, adding plush new furnishings, beautiful artwork and stylish design touches. Cabins are especially spacious by river cruise standards (bathrooms even come with separate showers and bathtubs), and with a lounge/bar, mini-gym, sauna and large sun deck, there's plenty of room to relax.
What’s included on a Titan river cruise?
Value for money is always at the forefront when we design our holidays. And because these river cruises are exclusive to us, we’ve been able to wrap all kinds of fantastic extras (as well as our award-winning Titan touches) into our itineraries.
Every exclusive Titan river cruise includes:
- Titan's VIP door-to-door travel service
- Return flights from the UK
- Spacious 15m2 or 16m2 river-view cabins with en-suite bathrooms
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner
- Welcome buffet
- Gala dinner
- Bottled water in your cabin, replenished daily
- Tea and coffee at all times
- At least three excursions or visits
- Wi-Fi on board
- Port charges and airport taxes
- Onboard entertainment
What’s the food like?
The food we serve on board is all freshly prepared, with dishes inspired by the regions you’ll be sailing through.
Breakfast is a buffet affair, with eggs cooked to order if you fancy. Come lunchtime, there’s a four-course menu, plus a buffet of sandwiches and pasta dishes (and if you’re out and about, the chef will prepare a packed lunch for you).
As for dinner, you’ll start with an appetiser and soup of the day, before choosing between three main dishes. A selection of puddings and cheeses rounds things off. Still peckish? You’ll find late-night snacks in the panorama lounge.
Is there a dress code on board?
There’s no strict dress code for dining. Smart casual is the norm, although most people like to don a suit or cocktail dress for the gala dinner on the last night.
What is there to do on board?
Our river cruises aren’t all about sightseeing and shore excursions. We’ve designed them so you’ll have plenty of time to relax, too.
On board each ship, there’s an expansive sun deck with loungers perfectly positioned for the best views. Step inside and you’ll find a peaceful reading room and a lounge, plus a sauna (and a whirlpool on MS Bellejour) to indulge in some me time.
Some cruises will have on board activities on the agenda too, so you could learn the waltz while moored up in Vienna or paint a miniature wooden clog with the help of an artist from Amsterdam.
Is there evening entertainment?
Evenings tend to be fairly low-key on our cruises – picture cocktails, conversation and occasional live music, rather than the all-singing, all-dancing shows you might find on ocean cruise ships.
The panorama lounge is the hub of entertainment, except for the final night on your trip, where you can get dressed up (if you like) for a six-course farewell feast hosted by your captain in the restaurant.