The coronavirus pandemic might be keeping people from cruising, but one American river cruise company that operates abroad has come up with a solution for affluent clientele.

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is allowing guests to book an entire ship for private voyages that can range from 8 to 25 days. This unique offering will provide all-inclusive river cruises that explore Europe, Russia, India, Asia, Egypt and Peru, a spokesperson confirmed.

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“In the current travel landscape, privacy is the greatest luxury,” Uniworld’s President and CEO Ellen Bettridge said in a statement shared with Fox News.

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises will let affluent travelers book an entire ship for a private cruise that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises will let affluent travelers book an entire ship for a private cruise that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

“By reserving a private sailing with Uniworld, guests will have an entire floating boutique hotel to themselves and their inner circle,” Bettridge added. “It’s a wonderful option for a family reunion or intimate celebration such as a wedding, with all elements fully customizable for a river cruise experience like none other.”

Uniworld pointed to three “Super Ship” vessels as examples that each have the capacity to hold more than 100 guests at a time.

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The least costly of the three ships is the S.S. Bon Voyage, which features French food and décor while it sails down the rivers of Bordeaux. This ship’s starting rate is $2,600 per person; and if a person books at 100% occupancy for 124 guests, the price tag for this private cruise is $322,400.

The S.S. Maria Theresa sails along the Danube and Main Rivers. The ship is operated by 58 Uniworld employees. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

The S.S. Maria Theresa sails along the Danube and Main Rivers. The ship is operated by 58 Uniworld employees. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

However, for travelers who are willing to spend a little more on a private cruise, Uniworld also has one of its newly renovated ships – the S.S. La Venezia – which has not been boarded by the public yet since it is set to launch this year.

The cost of the S.S. La Venezia starts at $2,650 per person, which could mean shelling out $333,900 if traveling at the ship’s max capacity of 126 guests.

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The S.S. La Venezia sails throughout Venice and stops at key spots. The ship is operated by 42 Uniworld employees. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

The S.S. La Venezia sails throughout Venice and stops at key spots. The ship is operated by 42 Uniworld employees. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

Passengers who board the S.S. La Venezia get a tour of Northern Italy’s coastline and other notable architectural spots. Moreover, the Italian-style ship sails through the Venice Lagoon in addition to the floating city’s neighboring islands, including Burano, Mazzorbo and Torcello.

The most lavish of the three ships Uniworld listed was the S.S. Maria Theresa, which has a starting rate of $2,765 per person. A full ship of 150 guests would run a whopping $414,750.

The S.S. Maria Theresa sails along the Danube and Main Rivers. The ship is operated by 58 Uniworld employees. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

The S.S. Maria Theresa sails along the Danube and Main Rivers. The ship is operated by 58 Uniworld employees. (Uniworld Boutique River Cruises)

Named after the Austrian Empress Maria Theresa, Uniworld describes this ship as “opulent” with 18th century décor. It sails down the Danube River and reportedly takes travelers to “old-world capitals, charming towns and villages” as well as Wachau Valley in Austria.

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lifted its No Sail Order for cruise liners that have received a Conditional Sailing Order, however that mainly applies to cruise ships that are operating in American waters. Health guidelines set by the agency have led most major cruise lines to suspend voyages for later dates.

At this point in time, the CDC is advising “all people avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises, worldwide,” due to the pandemic. But, there is no guidance on cruising for privately booked ships that have controlled guest lists.

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To remain safe, the CDC continues to urge face mask wear, frequent hand washing, social distancing and keeping outings to a minimum.