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Paul chats with Richard Marnell to learn the inside story of river cruises and why they are so popular. He tells the story of Viking's rapid rise to nearly 50% of the market.
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Gene Sloan talks with Paul aboard the Viking Einar on the Rhine. The Einar is one of Viking's newest river boats, a Longship.
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