KD RhinePass - Rhine River Cruise Full-Day Pass
- Spend a day cruising on the Rhine and Moselle rivers in Germany
- See the Romantic Middle Rhine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Join the cruise at any one of 40 departure points
The KD Rhine Pass makes it possible for you to spend a romantic day in Germany on board any of the attractive KD day cruise ships that sail on the Rhine and Moselle rivers.
There’s no need to commit to a particular route in advance. The Rhine Pass offers you the flexibility of enjoying the Rhine Valley and its many castles, vineyards, and more. This is much better than rail travel, as you’ll experience the scenic wonder of the Rhine Valley from the best vantage point – the river itself!
Your Rhine Pass is valid on all scheduled KD day cruises that sail between Cologne and Mainz, as well as on the Moselle River between Koblenz and Cochen, with the exception of the special theme cruises.
- Fullday on KD ships on the Rhine and Moselle rivers
What's Not Included
- Food and drinks
Good to Know
You will receive a detailed timetable with all departures after booking.
The perfect way to relax & sit back while viewing the beautiful castles & vineyards along the Rhein.
A nice 4 hour journey on the Rhine, having a cup of coffee and a bite to eat. Staff attentive and some English spoken which helped. Saw a few castles.
Thoroughly enjoyed the trip and the scenery especially between Bingen and Boppard. The only suggestion for improvement is that on internet at KD Website the schedule cannot be printed in English. Can this small thing be fixed for your English Friends.
We booked the cruise on the 9th and printed out the boarding passes for myself my wife and another couple that joined up with us the day before the cruse. The problem arose when we determined that our four boarding passes had been left behind. So we were all at the ticket office bright and early Saturday morning before the cruise was scheduled to board. The only proof we had that we did purchase tickets was on my son in law phone with the email confirmation. That somehow worked and we got on the cruise with no problem. The problem arose as we were trying to board the ship to come back home. We ended up having to pay 4 one-way tickets to get back to our hotel in St. Goar. The way I see it there should have been more conservation from our initial contact with the ticket office early Saturday morning in St. Goar that we can get you on board but you will need to find a place to print off the original boarding pass to re-board the ship in Rudesheine.