By MOAA Staff
MOAA Vacations will offer two Signature Cruises in 2021, giving you a chance to travel in style with MOAA leadership and fellow MOAA members. Find details and booking links to both trips below, and visit MOAAVacations.com for more information on these and other travel packages.
The American Countess riverboat (Courtesy photo)
Cruise the Mississippi
What: A seven-day Mississippi River cruise aboard the American Countess riverboat. Travel from Memphis to New Orleans, with plenty of stops along the way to take in the region’s history and culture. The boat will be at 70% capacity to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions and will observe SafeCruise enhanced health and safety protocols. Learn more about SafeCruise (PDF).
When: July 17-25.
Exclusives: MOAA members will receive a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay in Memphis (July 17), an unlimited beverage package ($400 value), and free prepaid gratuities ($273 value). Plus, take advantage of discounted veranda and inside staterooms, and enjoy exclusive welcome and farewell cocktail parties.
What: A seven-night adventure on the Danube River beginning in Nuremberg, Germany, and heading east to Vienna, Austria. Stop in holiday markets and experience old-world charm during a magical season.
When: Dec. 8-15.
VIPs: Join MOAA President and CEO Lt. Gen. Dana Atkins, USAF (Ret) and MOAA Board Chair Gen. Walter “Skip” Sharp, USA (Ret).
Exclusives: MOAA members will receive unlimited premium wine and spirits to go along with five-star, farm-to-table cuisine. A choice of complimentary shore excursions includes a Nuremberg World War II history tour. When you’re not on shore, you’ll experience outstanding service in floating boutique hotels that boast the highest health standards. And you’ll save money thanks to a $150 per-person onboard credit on all Uniworld cruises, included gratuities, free WiFi, and more.
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NOTE: Signature Cruises are subject to postponement or cancellation in accordance with CDC guidelines and travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety of MOAA members will continue to be our primary concern and all necessary precautions will be taken.