Peter Greenberg travels to France for the christening of Uniworld's newest river boat, the SS Catherine. Joining Peter aboard is Cruise Critic Editor, Carolyn Spencer Brown. She explains what makes river cruises appealing. Instead of being over run by mobs of people, river cruises have a capacity of a few hundred. The more intimate experience creates a more relaxing getaway. Then Uniworld's Culinary director discusses the evolotion of river cruise food. Once upon a time it was bottom of the barrel meals, now they are serving four and five star plates. All this an more, from aboard the SS Catherine.
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