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This small 106-passenger river cruiser is big on benefits—Port wine, flamenco, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and beautiful scenery along the Douro River; outdoor dining on an open sundeck; in-cabin Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TVs; nightly live entertainment. Launched in 2013, the ship tours Portugal, Spain, and France in modern style and comfort.

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