Yoga, painting, wine tasting, mixology classes, chef’s table cooking classes AND an onboard nightclub – it’s everything millennials could ever want out of travel packed into one U by Uniworld ship.

In the six months since Uniworld first introduced its youthful spin-off to the world, little has been revealed on what guests can expect onboard the brand’s first two youthful vessels – The A and The B.

Until now.

U by Uniworld released its 2018 brochure this week, packed with information on the brand’s itineraries as well as the onboard experience.

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In addition to black exteriors, sleek interior and three room categories (Studio, Balcony and Suites), the program revealed that both 120-passenger ships will feature a range of activities, which guests can tailor to their personal style.

Among the onboard activities will be yoga, paint, wine tasting, mixology classes and a chef’s table cooking classes. PLUS, there’ll be an onboard club where local DJs will be hired to play.

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21-45 years old looking for a view of Europe outside their cabin can head to top deck where the U by Uniworld rooftop lounge can be found or they can take some time out to upload all their travel pictures via the ship’s free Wi-Fi.

Although the first U by Uniworld ship isn’t scheduled to set sail until next year, Uniworld Australia’s Managing Director, Fiona Dalton, said the public’s reaction has been positive.

Our partners have indicated they’re eager to receive these fab brochures to help them position such an innovative concept with their clients.”

Fiona Dalton, Uniworld Australia Managing Director

“There is a definite shared eagerness for U by Uniworld to become a successful reality, and the release of this brochure is an important milestone for its launch.”

U by Uniworld brochures

The U by Uniworld 2018 brochure hits shelves this week and explains how to match U traveller types with an itinerary curated for the foodie, adventurer, culture vulture, explorer, the romantic and the night owl.

It also features eight-day itineraries on The A starting at $2,499 per person for trips down the Rhine, Main and Danube Rivers. Pricing for The Bwhich sails exclusively on the Seine River and throughout France, starts at $2,999 per person.

Are you excited for U by Uniworld to launch?