All Aboard! Don’t Miss the Ritec Ship for Glasstec 2014

Ritec International and its partners are hosting the famous Ritec Ship for the duration of Glasstec from Monday 20 October to Friday 24 October 2014. Anyone attending the show as an exhibitor or visitor is welcome to book a well-equipped cabin aboard the first class MS Da Vinci, moored on the Rhine in the centre of Düsseldorf. The unbeatable and hassle-free package includes free coaches to take guests directly to the show in the morning and discounted visitor tickets upon request. The Ritec Ship’s convenient mooring location means in the evenings, it is just a short walk to the restaurants and bars in the bustling Altstadt (Old Town), the heart of Düsseldorf’s nightlife.

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As per tradition, the Ritec Ship will provide the perfect place to unwind after a busy day at the world’s largest glass exhibition. Visitors and exhibitors will also get the chance to relax and network during the lively Happy Hour events. Complimentary drinks and snacks will be on offer from 7pm to 8pm Tuesday through to Thursday.

It is not surprising that such a comfortable and convenient place to stay is so popular, says Ritec’s Managing Director, Stephen Byers: “We don’t run this as a profit-making exercise and people really enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere on board, which is why they come back show after show. In fact, cabins are already filling up fast, so book now if you don’t want to miss the boat!”

For reservation enquiries on the MS Da Vinci Hotelship, please contact Ritec’s travel partner, Baxter Hoare on 020 7407 5492 or visit http://www.ritec.co.uk/ritecship14.

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