Leading the Way in River Cruising
Peaceful and scenic, river cruising offers a smooth, gentle ride along the world’s most remarkable waterways. Supreme comfort and convenience make it the premier way to experience magnificent cities, historic villages and little-seen enclaves. From your stateroom balcony, endless natural beauty combines with evolving views of the colorful local scenery. Castles and fortresses tower on both sides, as if you could reach out and touch them. When your ship docks in the heart of town, stroll ashore for included excursions or set off to explore on a complimentary bicycle. Unpack just once then settle in as each destination comes to you. With no need to navigate from place to place, you’ll find a sense of adventure and a sense of home all in one vacation.
What Makes AmaWaterways Special
- New, state-of-the art fleet of European river cruise vessels with every modern luxury of a top-rated hotel.
- Innovative ship design featuring French balconies or innovative “Twin Balcony” concept featuring both a French balcony and a full balcony.
- New European vessels feature wonderful dining options with a Main Dining Restaurant, A Private Dining in Wine Room option, an Al Fresco Bistro and the Erlebnis Chef’s Table Restaurant—where guests can watch as private chefs prepare a special tasting menu.
- Award-winning dining, AmaWaterways is proud to be the only river cruise line invited to join one of the world’s most prestigious culinary organizations, La Chaine des Rotisseurs.
- Elegant staterooms with marble-appointed bathrooms, luxurious amenities, flat-screen TVs and complimentary high-speed Internet and first-run Hollywood hit films.
- Complimentary features include free-flowing local wines at dinner, onboard Wi-Fi, guided bicycle tours and small group shore excursions at each destination.
- Fitness area, beauty salon, walking track and fleet of bicycles.
Where AmaWaterway’s Cruise: Europe, Russia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Africa. AmaWaterways offers several exciting new itineraries in 2013, exploring the Seine in France and the Douro in Portugal.