AmaWaterways announced its 2018 sailings and includes the debut of AmaWaterways’ newest state-of-the-art ship, eight new itineraries, more wine-themed cruises and an expanded list of included excursions, giving guests more ways to personalize their cruise experience.
New Ship – AmaLea
AmaWaterways will add to its growing European fleet in 2018 with the addition of AmaLea, a 158-passenger ship sailing the Danube as well as popular spring Tulip Time cruises. Modeled after sister-ships like the soon-to-be-launched AmaKristina, AmaLea will feature connecting staterooms and triple accommodations, unique signature twin-balconies, swimming pool with swim-up bar and so much more. Guests sailing aboard will enjoy the high levels of luxury, service and complimentary choices for which AmaWaterways is known, including the intimate Chef’s Table specialty restaurant, and new for 2018, the daily “Sip and Sail” cocktail hour.
New Itineraries in 2018
In 2018, AmaWaterways will introduce a new exotic itinerary in Africa, and one in Vietnam & Cambodia, as well as six new Europe itineraries. Travelers now have the choice of traditional seven-night cruises or extending their enjoyment with a ten- or eleven-night cruise. All cruises are perfectly packaged with optional land programs in such legendary cities as Vienna, Paris, Prague and Zurich, and feature a menu of daily included shore excursions with multiple options for guests to tailor their experience.
More Included Tours with Focus on Culinary, Active Travel
For those guests wishing to continue their health and wellness activities when they travel, AmaWaterways has expanded its award-winning biking and hiking tours along Europe’s historic rivers. And for 2018, AmaWaterways is proposing 50 wine-themed cruises through the renowned wine regions of Austria, Germany, Portugal and France, bringing a more in-depth epicurean dimension to standard itineraries—all at no additional cost. Highlights include special wine tours and tastings at local wineries and private cellars, visits to renowned vineyards and wine-expert led informative sessions.