Sustainability in the areas of environment and economy

First class by principle!

A-ROSA has been a pioneer in premium holidays on the Danube, Rhine, Rhône and Seine for more than ten years. We build our ships exclusively in Germany, and meet or even exceed the strictest safety and sustainability standards.

As we believe responsibility starts with the details, we manage the entire quality life cycle: from the construction of the ships – with permanent supervision of the construction and our own office in the shipyard – to operation and care and maintenance.

A-Rosa Service Center

A-Rosa Service Center

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Made in Germany

Made in Germany

  • All of our ships are built in Rostock, at the Neptun shipyard, a subsidiary of the Meyer shipyard in Papenburg, a market leader for quality.
  • Highest standards in terms of quality and safety (e.g., for equipment, materials, technology and training).
  • A-ROSA has been certified as a travel operator to DIN ISO 9001 standards by Germanischer Lloyd (GL); certification is assessed annually by GL.
Safety

Safety

  • We meet all legal requirements and often even exceed them
  • Regular training and exercises
  • Care and maintenance
  • Cutting-edge technology
Catalogue

Catalogue

Our catalogues are manufactured using resource-saving FSC-certified paper and production is CO2 neutral.

Environment/Sustainability

  • By deploying technical innovations and the most modern production techniques, 
    A-ROSA avoids and reduces energy consumption, emissions and environmental impacts during the construction phase and then during operation, too.
  • The careful handling of resources and treatment of the environment is important to us because we want to preserve the natural surroundings that we travel through. That is why we avoid, reduce and compensate wherever possible.

 

Sustainability examples:

  • Soot particle filter (A-ROSA SILVA, A-ROSA FLORA)
  • Reducing CO2 emissions
  • Onshore power supply
  • Waste heat recovery
  • Heat coupling
  • Water and energy savings
  • Consistent waste prevention and
  • Recycling of waste