The Premier Luxury Passenger-Boat of the Talabec River
From the introduction:
The Emperor Luitpold is a luxury river liner, named after the father and predecessor of Karl-Franz I. Run by the large and powerful Hindelin Lines of Altdorf, it plies the river Talabec from Altdorf to Bechafen near the Worlds Edge Mountains. Built by the Spee boatyards in Altdorf in 2510, the Luitpold and its sister-ships the Emperor Wilhelm (Altdorf-Nuln) and the Emperor Magnus (Altdorf-Marienburg) give Hindelin Lines an unrivalled luxury fleet. The “Emperor-class” river liners are much favoured by wealthy merchants, those on Imperial business and the lesser nobility. During the storm of Chaos the Luitpold service was suspended past Talabheim, and it is only now returning to its full service.